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The references in the show:

- the "Shut up, you old hag!" running gag is a reference to one of Rene Artois's famous lines: "Shut up, you silly old bat!" from the sitcom Allo, allo

- Death the Kid and Hunter's relationship is inspired by the relationship between the characters Niles and C.C. Babcock from the sitcom The nanny

- Death the Kid's name is a reference to Billy the Kid

- There is a possibility that Earl Devereaux's name may be a reference to a line from the book "Little women": "I can do more, for even your ambitious soul cannot refuse the Earl of Devereux and De Vere, when he gives his ancient name and boundless wealth in return for the beloved hand of this fair lady, now my wife." It is unknown if the reference is intentional or not.

- Gazelle's curvy hips are probably a reference to the song Hips don't lie

- Shen's nickname "mr. Scissorfeet" is a reference to the movie Edward Scissorhands

- the Warden's design is inspired by the character Willy Wonka from the book Charlie and the chocolate factory

- the scene where Lucy meets the Horned king for the first time is inspired by a scene from the movie The tale of Despereaux

- the scene between Hunter and Fear in the episode Who banished Hunter after Fear brought him coffee and asks "I brought you coffee, right?" and then Hunter responding angrily with "Espresso." is a reference to a scene from the film The phoney civilization

- the nickname that Smarty has for Bonejangles "Bones" is a reference to the Tv show Bones, where the main character has the same nickname

-The scene where Freakazoid and Abe dance the "Dance of joy" is a reference to the sitcom Perfect strangers.

- The scene in the episode Who banished Hunter, where Kid enters the bar and sees Gimpy asleep on the table in a despressed manner, followed by asking Takashi what happened and then getting a response that he got the sack, is a reference to a scene from Who framed Roger Rabbit.

- The whole idea of animals working in zoos as animals is actually inspired by the show Cheburashka. In this show one of the main characters is a crocodile named Gena, who works in a zoo as a crocodile.

-The scene in the episode Cronarella where Crona was imagining herself dancing with Kid, while singing Take me home, is a parody of the official music video of the original song itself. Also the outfits they were both wearing during the dream sequence were a direct reference to the 2015 live-action Disney remake of Cinderella. Another reference is that Ragnarok actually makes a remark on the fact that Crona was unintentionally singing out loud a Cher song, by teasingly calling her Cher.

- Renato's dream sequence in the episode The jaguar's new crush is a parody of the music video of the song Never gonna give you up.

- The chase scene at the beginning of the episode How I met your brother is very similar to the chase scene from the Disney animated film Aladdin.

- In the episode Greasy and the king, while having a dinner, the pose that Fergus and Elinor were making, is a reference to the iconic mural in the thracian tomb in Kazanlak, Bulgaria.

- The scene at the beginning of the episode Levi and the five weasels, where Levi fights against Jasper is similar to a scene from the movie Troy. In the same episode, the scene, where the Toon patrol weasels say "Hello!", from their hiding places, is a reference to the sitcom Allo allo. Also, the entire episode is meant to be a parody of the story Snow White and the seven dwarfs itself

- The scene in the episode The septarian's apprentice, where Toffee saves Kid from beating and then has a conversation with him, is similar to a scene from the film Troy. In the same episode there is also a scene where Toffee says "Well, how about that?" while looking directly at the audience, which is a reference to a scene from the movie The Rocky Horror picture show.

- The scene in the episode Raiders of the lost feeling, where the Wolfman critisizes Hana's bread, she starts crying and then he starts chasing her while claiming that he likes it, is a reference to the animated show Clannad.

- While singing Bad, the dance moves, which Dominator and the other villains were doing are similar to the moves from the official music video of the song itself.

- The entire event of the Cartoon games is based on the Olympic games.

- In the episode Super unnatural, many of the characters are dressed like historical figures, fictional characters, celebrities and mythological beings. Smarty is dressed like Al Capone, Greasy is dressed like Zorro, Wheezy is dressed like a kapre, Psycho is dressed like Boy George, Stupid is dressed like Ichtyander from the movie Amphibian man, Cass is dressed like the Slit-mouthed woman from Japanese legends, et cetera.

- The scene in the episode Sleepless in Filmville where the Toon patrol are trying to put some sleeping pills in Levi's tea which then leads to Levi falling asleep at the wrong place is a reference to a scene from the movie Peculiarities of the national fishing.

- The dance scene during the song Ko je ta in the episode Paint it black is an allusion to the official music video of the song Lambada by Kaoma.

- The contest in the episode Your voice is familiar is based on the reality tv show Your face sounds familiar on which is a parody.

- Some scenes in the episode But I'm unemployed are allusions to scenes from the tv show Binbir gece (or 1001 nights as it is in English).

- The scene in the episode All about my wife where Roy and Riza exchange the lines "Is it a habit of yours to fall so often?" and "Well, as long as you are there to catch me, I will never be afraid of falling down." is an allusion to a scene from the movie Enchanted.

- the title of each episode is parodying a title of a certain movie or tv show

  • The title of the episode The human thief is a parody of the movie The peach thief

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