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There is a drawing of what appears to be Osama bin Laden on the wall in Funnybot's office. Osama was killed by the United States Navy SEALS two days before this episode aired.
This is the most recent episode to not have a subrating, it was rated TV-MA in its first airing
References to Popular Culture
In the Star Trek: The Original Series episode,"The Changeling", Nomad was a malicious robot, which had mannerisms similar to FunnyBot. Most notable, is Nomad's famous phrase "non sequitur", which is repeated often by FunnyBot.
Kyle's idea of using a paradox to disable Funnybot is based on a tactic famously used in the Star TrekI, Mudd.
Doctor Who - Funnybot has the body of a Dalek and uses the word "Exterminate!" (Nomad used the word "Sterilize!")
Star Wars - Funnybot accessing the mainframe to activate the nuclear missiles. (R2-D2)
Eddie Murphy - Funnybot's role in "Family Funbot" as the entire family cast is similar to Eddie Murphy in The Nutty Professor where he was the entire Klump family.
Tyler Perry - The fact that Token and Barack Obama can't help laughing at Tyler Perry movies is a reference that his movies contain too much African American humor.
Charlie Sheen - On the wall outside of Funnybot's room, there is a poster showingTwo and a Half Men with the text "One and a Half Men" since Charlie Sheen was sacked off the series.
Hawaii 5-0/Reno 911 - Poster of Hawaii 911. One is a police drama in the 1970s the later is a parody of COPS and reality based television.
Funnybot's head also resembles Comedy Central's old logo.
Funnybot's plot to destroy human is similar to the "Judgment Day" by Skynet from the Terminator franchise.
Barack Obama's speech concerning Tyler Perry is based on his speech regarding the death of Osama bin Laden, both culminating in the sentence "Justice has been done."
In a recent poll (July 2011) Germany was actually voted the least funny country.
Murdering or slaying an audience is show business slang for successfully entertaining an audience. To Funnybot, it was literal.
Annie Faulk appears on both the left and right seats during the award show.
Sally Turner is seen twice at the same time when the crowd is first seen at the award show.
Russell Brand is a British comedian, not an American comedian.
German Minister of Finance Wolfgang Schäuble has been paralyzed and has used a wheelchair ever since the assassination attempt on him in 1990, yet he is seen standing behind President Wulff in several scenes.