• Roger plays a Vietnamese torturer during the reenactment. In "42-Year-Old Virgin", Roger said he actually fought for the Viet Cong during the war.
  • Roger's bird is an Ortalon Bunting, traditional preparation of which does call for drowning the bird in brandy, as well as eating it under a large napkin. [1]
  • While torturing Stan, Roger reads a supposed early draft of the Sex and the City movie script.
  • The false code that Stan gives Roger (531-8008) reads "boobies" upside down on a calculator.
  • Vietnam era songs "Fortunate Son" by Credence Clearwater Revival and Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit" are played as background music.
  • "Adagio for Strings" by Samuel Barber plays as the "helicopter" leaves the reenactment.
  • Steve's "flamethrower" has the words "Die, bitches" drawn on it.

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