The title of the episode is a reference to the film "Stand and Deliver", about a teacher who inspires a group of students that had been written off by the school.
The end sequence, when Bob is gathering his plates and the students stand on their desks, is a reference to the 1989 film, "Dead Poets Society". The German title for this episode, "Oh Bob, mein Bob" is a reference to the line said when the students stand on their desks in said film.
Mr. Frond is shown knitting while watching the class watch a movie, a callback to Synchronized Swimming where he is shown to be a knitting fanatic.
The script cover shows Bob, Tina, Zeke and Jimmy Jr. in silhouettes while Bob holds a butcher knife.
When Linda is teaching Teddy how to dance, the scene where they are crawling on the floor is a reference to Dirty Dancing, replete with Teddy's shirt tied the same as the character Baby's in the movie.
When the home-ecstaurant enters the cafeteria Anthony's shirt becomes blue.
Anthony and Peter Pescadero disappear after the home-ecstaurant sets up in the cafeteria.
When Hildy says "What do you mean, get drunk?" the student being served by Zeke produces her plate and a burger magically appears on it, when Zeke serves her the burger it merges with the burger on the plate. The same student is also seen further down in the line when Mr. Platt and Hildy enter but is behind Julie in the next shot.