• The fourth episode where Riley narrorates an episode. The first was "The Story of Gangstalicious", the second was "Shinin", and the third was "Bitches to Rags."
  • Cindy McPherson's fourth appearance in the series.
  • Phil's second appearance in the series. The first was "Shinin".
  • The third time Ed gets shot in the chest, but even though his chain protected the vest from the bullet, he is still ricochet to the wall.

Cultural References

  • Throughout the episode, the plot is a parody of the 1983 crime drama Scarface
  • The white kid's dipped solid is a reference to Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back when Han Solo is frozen in carbonite
  • Goodfellas References:
    • Riley looks up at the helicopter as he heads to shut down his fundraiser, in Goodfellas, Henry Hill is looking at a helicopter which is following him as he is in a cocaine-drugged state while doing his tasks
    • Riley confronting Jazmine about the money, in Goodfellas, Henry confronts his wife about cocaine
    • Riley believing that he is back being in the "loser" life, in Goodfellas, Henry narrorates of becoming a "schnook" after he started out as a young mobster and ended with betraying the Mafia
  • The scene where the kids tries to sell their candy on the streets while wearing sunglasses is a reference to the Quentin Tarantino film Reservoir Dogs
  • The phrase "You either gonna get down or lay down" is a reference to the 2002 film State Property, starring Philadelphia rapper Beanie Sigel, who was also referenced in this episode.


  • Thugnificent continues working as an UPS delivery man from "Bitches to Rags".

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