The Loop (TV)
- This episode's title is a reference to the line "Money can't buy me love" from the song "Can't Buy Me Love" by The Beatles.
- Arthur Fortune is modeled on British entrepreneur Richard Branson. The Fortune Megastore parodies his Virgin Megastores retail chain.
- Jerry Rude is based on Howard Stern.
- Otto complains about bands ripping off Judas Priest, after listening to a song that sounds like "Living After Midnight" with different lyrics.
- The song that plays as Arthur Fortune greets the crowd is "Billion Dollar Babies" by Alice Cooper.
- The way Mr. Burns unveils Nessie is similar to King Kong, only Nessie doesn't mind the camera flashes and Mr. Burns ends up going on a rampage.
- This was the last episode to be animated by Anivision, the overseas animation company.
- A deleted scene from this episode shows that upon returning from Scotland, Homer has a Scottish accent. This scene was removed because Homer's accent sounded too much like Groundskeeper Willie's.
- This is the second time Michael McKean guest starred on The Simpsons. The first time was in the episode "The Otto Show" in which he played himself along with the rest of Spinal Tap.
- In the Gracie films logo after the woman says "Shh!" Lisa says "Ohh, I hear this really sucks."
- The Loch Ness Monster is much smaller when Mr. Burns gives it a job at the casino.
- When Arthur gives Homer the dollar it appears as two of them in his hand.
- In some FXX reruns, the roller coaster couch is shown instead of the circus line couch gag.
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