The Loop (TV)
- The name refers to the saying "In God We Trust", which has been referenced in the episode In Marge We Trust.
- The sign outside the Church reads "Now with 25% more dogma".
- Ned invests his money in Evangelical.com stock.
- Mr. Burns' stained glass windows show him standing in front of the power plant, helping a child, saving a women from a building burning and walking on the moon.
- Organisations Burns makes sinful are include the Environmental Protection Agency, Green Peace and Lisa Simpson's Tree Hugging Society.
People in Church
- The stained glass windows after Lenny repairs them contains Drew Carey, Mimi Carey and Lewis Kiniski from the Drew Carey Show
- Krusty takes Ned to the Orthodox version of Fiddler on the Roof, where the daughters listen to their father instead of rebelling and end up dying old maids.
- Burns refers to Oprah's book club when turning the Church into one.
- Instead of talking about the Bible, Burns proposes his autobiography, then afterwards the Ayn Rand Collection and How to Win Friends and Crush Enemies by Joseph Stalin.
- Smithers uses the catchphrase "You are the weakest link. Goodbye" from quiz show The Weakest Link
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