References in The Simpsons
The character Shary Bobbins is an obvious spoof of Mary Poppins, and the episode features songs parodying ones from Mary Poppins.The episode title is also a reference to Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, a song from the movie.
The episode title and plot is a parody of Disney's 101 Dalmations. The scene where Santa's Little Helper and his girlfriend are eating pasta is a spoof of Lady and the Tramp, and Mr. Burns's song See My Vest is a parody of the popular Disney song Be Our Guest.
Homer imagines living underwater in a sequence parodying the song "Under the Sea" in Disney's The Little Mermaid.
One of the homeless men recalls owning Mickey Mouse Massage Parlors, which Disney shut down due to copyright infringement.
In the opening, gravestones for Bambi's Mom (from the Disney movie Bambi) and Walt Disney can be seen.
- The Little Land of Duff, a ride at Duff Gardens, features animatronic puppets which represent all parts of the world and sing the "Duff Beer for me, Duff Beer for you" song. The ride is a reference to the It's a Small World ride at Disneyland.
- Duff Gardens has a group of costumed mascots (called The Seven Duffs) who are an obvious spoof of the Seven Dwarfs from Snow White. The Duffs' names are Sleazy, Queasy, Edgy, Surly, Tipsy, Remorseful, and Dizzy.
- The entire Itchy & Scratchy Land theme park is a parody of Disneyland.
- The short film "Nazi Supermen are Our Superiors" reference the rumors that Walt Disney was anti-Semitic.
- "Scratchtasia" is a parody of the Disney movie Fantasia, particularly "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" short within the film.
The "Steamboat Itchy" short in these two episodes is a reference to the Mickey Mouse short "Steamboat Willie."
Dr. Hibbert claims that Walt Disney had the "evil gene."
Mufasa from Disney's The Lion King is among the characters that appears in the clouds with Bleeding Gums Murphy.
At the beginning of the episode, there's a school field trip to the "Diz-Nee Historical Park," an obvious reference to Disney.
In the former episode, Homer and Mindy eat the opposite ends of a hot dog, a reference to the scene in Lady and the Tramp where the titular characters eat the opposite ends of a piece of spaghetti.
The same scene is referenced again, this time with Mr. Burns and Gloria eating spaghetti.
Bart, Nelson, Milhouse, and Martin consider going to Disneyland before deciding on Knoxville.
Lisa reads that a redwood tree can provide enough sawdust to cover up an entire day's worth of vomit at Disneyland.
To get Bart to go to military school, Homer and Marge lie that they are going to Disneyland. Later on, Homer and Marge use the same trick when bringing Bart and Lisa to the dentist.
Ralph remembers getting a spider bite at Disneyland, which apparently led to a lawsuit.
Marge and Maggie listen to radio Disney, which plays a cover of "Who Let the Dogs Out" remade into "Who Left the Milk Out."
Bart recalls having a bad experience at Disneyland, and attempts to suppress the memory.
Homer suggests he and his mother go where there's no one around for miles - to Disney's California Adventure.
The Shady and the Vamp segment is a parody of Disney's Lady and the Tramp, starring Homer and Marge.
When trying to come up with a logo for his new religion, Mr. Burns briefly considers the Disney logo.
The sign outside of 20th Century Fox Studios is labelled "20th Century Fox: A Division of Walt Disney Co." Notably, this gag was made decades before Fox sold its film and television studios to Disney.
Lisa cites The Little Mermaid as her favorite movie.
Disney merchandise is among the objects Homer uses to make unusual art.
When Barney Gumble drinks hallucinogenic vegetable juice, he sees a three-eyed monster, which frightens him. He then quickly drinks some Duff Beer, and a pink elephant comes to his aid and stomps on the monster. Barney's elephant resembles the pink elephant that Dumbo the elephant (the title character from Dumbo) sees when he mistakenly becomes drunk.
Wally Kogen claims to have heard nothing but bad things about Disneyland.
Mickey Mouse's sorcerer hat from Fantasia can be seen in the background at the animation convention. Later, the Disney Store is among the places where the now-intelligent Homer feels he would not fit in.
A scene features that spoofs the "Circle of Life" sequence from The Lion King. It similarly revolves around African animals assembling. When the jeep is travelling trough the savannah, Pride Rock can be seen in the background.
The Simpsons agree that a tour of prison is preferable to Disney's California Adventure. The episode's title is a pun on The Great Mouse Detective.
Mr. Burns says that Storm Thurmond will live another century thanks to the magic of Disney animatronics.
The gay pride parade includes a "Lesbians of the Caribbean" float which parodies the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland.
In Homers nightmare Winnie the Pooh and Baloo are seen with the other bears march angrily towards Homer. When Homer is imagining all the bears attacking him the Pink Elephants on Parade" parodys it.
At the end of the episode, Homer leaves his family to go to Walt Disney World.
Bart creates a line of novelty T-shirts and sells them at Goose's Gags and Gifts. Goose Gladwell later sells the T-shirt line to Disney (and tries to keep Bart from receiving any of the profits from the sale).
In Homer's dream he is flying on a magic carpet. He finds the Magic Lamp, rubs it and the Genie pops out of it. He quotes, "You rubbed? You must like me! Really, really, like me!" This is a reference to Disney's 1992 film, Aladdin.
Lisa tells Homer that without bees there will be no honey. Homer then imagines what the future would be like without honey. In Homer imaginated future, it is a wastleland. Then, WALL-E shows up and makes Homer into a cube. This is a reference to Disney Pixar's 2008 film, WALL-E.
Lisa tells Homer to come into the kitchen where many rats are scurrying. One rat climbs onto Homer's head and begins pulling his hair, which controls Homer's movements. Homer says, "Ah, it's just like that movie I taped in the theaters." The rat begins pulling on his hair and helps Homer make a soup. Homer then tastes the soup and says, "Needs more rat poison." Then all the rats scurry away. The whole sequence is a reference to Disney Pixar's 2007 film Ratatouille.
Gina tells Bart that she got arrested for pushing Snow White off the Parapet at Disneyland, Showng him a newspaper with the news tittle "It's a fall world".
When the witch casts a spell to Homer makes him grow donkey ears , he has the same reaction as Pinocchio when he discovers that he too becomes a donkey.
When Lenny and Carl are floating in the sky by balloons, Mr. Fredrickson's house can be seen floating across the sky. This is a reference to Disney Pixar's 2009 film, Up.
Many kisses from films including the scene where WALL-E is kissing Eve. This is a reference of Disney Pixar's 2008 movie, WALL-E.
On the train, Bart is looking through people's luggage. He puts a black bra on his head (a sight gag on Mickey Mouse, as Bart looks like he's wearing "mouse ears") and says, "I am a mascot from an evil corporation!" Also, Homer and Marge's love scene parodies many Disney films, with Disney-style animals helping them undress.
Mr. Carrot Head is a parody of Mr. Potato Head and Randy Newman is seen singing the song, "You've Got an Enemy" which is a parody of the song, "You've Got a Friend in Me" from Toy Story. Also, the Luxo lamp from the Pixar logo is seen in the background.