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- The title of this episode is a reference to the song "Man of Constant Sorrow."
- The song "Started from the Bottom" by Drake plays during Bart's spending spree montage.
- Some pictures on the Black and White montage are versions of real life iconic pictures, specially from the Wall Street Crash of 1929 and the Dust Bowl.
- The Video Tutorial Guy's shirt "It's Hammer Time!" is a reference to the Rapper MC Hammer.
- Homer says he knows that cats like lasagna. That's a reference to the comic strip Garfield, focused around a character|cat with the same name who is known for liking lasagna.
- At the begining of the sled race, Ralph was alone on his sled, but when he passes Bart and Milhouse, there's a snowman with him.
- Also, neither Nelson nor Richard were seen at the start line, but they were participating on the race.
- The things on the shelf above the washing machine change places between scenes.
- When Homer rescues Snowball V from the walls, his sleeves are ripped open, but when he sees Santa's Little Helper inside the wall, they're intact.
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