The pamphlet "What Would Jesus View" (a reference to the saying "what would Jesus do?") is made by Michael Medved, a conservative radio host and movie critic.
The patron's "Hello, handsome" greeting to Ziff is similar to the popular children's cartoon series Animaniacs; it similar to one of the show's main characters named after the Warner sibling's famous line, "Hello Nurse!"
As Ziff is explaining how he became impoverished, Bart quickly recognizes where Ziff's story direction is headed, which along with the story itself refers to the dot-com bubble.
White collar criminals are almost never arrested in that manner they usually negotiate between Prosecutors and Defense Lawyers for their surrender.
Artie said his company got taken away, and that would mean that he didn't own the company anymore. The SWAT Team should have known that.(Whether he owned the company still or not he would still be liable for crimes committed by him or the company while he did)
While Homer had won 98% of Ziffcorp shares, it was not yet official and therefore legally had no connection to the company.
Artie actually had a straight flush (2 through 6 of diamonds), which should have beaten Homer's four of a kind.