The original name of the episode and most likely the name of the band too was Men 2 Be.
Gene's dump themed table-scape is titled "Dump Up the Volume", either a reference to the 1980 movie Pump Up the Volume or more likely a reference to the house music hit of the same name by M|A|R|R|S given that Gene expressed a love for house music in Sacred Cow.
While on the tour bus, Matt is reading the same Boyz4Now magazine that Tina shows to Louise while in Leslie's car.
Leslie's car passes an animal control truck on the way to the Boyz4Now concert, identical to the one seen in Sacred Couch.
Linda's suggestion of a "Baby Jessica" table-scape is a reference to the incident where 18 month old Jessica McClure fell down a well and the media hype that surrounded it in 1987.
Both Matt and Griffin have earrings in their right ears, a popular concept is that if a person is wearing an earring in only their right ear the person is homosexual and heterosexual if only in their left ear.
In one of Louise's attempts to go backstage, she impersonates Kyra Sedgwick portraying Brenda Leigh Johnson from the popular drama series, The Closer.
There are no males at all in the audience for the Boyz4Now concert.
The script cover shows the lead singer of Men 2 Be (Now Boyz4Now) with Tina with a happy look and Louise with an enraged look.
At the beginning of the episode during the music video the girl on the bed is shown barefoot. In the next shot she's wearing shoes.
The blimp hovering over the arena reads "Boys 4 Now" rather than "Boyz 4 Now".
When the shot zooms out to reveal Oscar and his father after Bob and Linda have stood up, Linda is wearing her usual shoes rather then the open-toed shoes she wears in this episode.
Leslie's car passes under the same bridge twice on the freeway.
When Tina walks Louise through the band members at the concert, Matt's earring is in his left ear rather than his right.
When Tina and Louise first enter the Boyz4Now convention centre, the poster names for Griffin and Allen are swapped.