Baby You Can't Drive My Car
From Russia Without Love
Werking Mom
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Cultural References

  • The episode's title is a reference to the 1963 James Bond film From Russia with Love.
  • When the mail-order bride mentions she's from Columbus, Ohio, a man in a University of Michigan sweatshirt yells out "That's even worse!", referring to the fact that Columbus is home to Ohio State University (Michigan's arch rival).
  • The song that plays when Bart serves his punishment such as changing Grampa's diapers or referencing his Chalkboard gag is named Folsom Prison Blues.


  • The episode's production number (XABF20) is part of the tracking number for Moe's mail-order bride.


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