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In Episodes 3 and 4, the prologue borrows its wording (and in ep 3 also adapts the prologue music) from the original Star Trek series.

In ep. 6, the two people seen in front of A&W are Yuuna Konnyaku and Mamoru Kagemori from "Kage Kara Mamoru!"

Muttley, the companion of the Dogisian antagonist is a namesake of a Hanna-Barbera character named Muttley, the companion of villain Dick Dastardly in the 1968 TV cartoon series Wacky Races. Both Muttleys can only communicate through snicker-like sounds, though the Muttley from this anime makes use of a gadget to communicate into words.

In Episode 12, the prologue is a direct reference to the 1981-1983 American TV series The Greatest American Hero; the Japanese dub refers more to its premise, while the English dub refers more to the lyrics for its theme song "Believe It or Not" by Joey Scarbury.

In episode 11, the prologue and its backing music is a parody of/reference to the 1988-1999 BBC TV comedy Red Dwarf.

In episode 7, the prologue is a parody of/reference to the '60s American sitcom Bewitched.

In Episode 8, the prologue is a reference to/parody of the '70s American TV series Starsky and Hutch.

In episode 1, the movie titles brought up during the conversation between Kio and Aoi around the 18-19 minute mark (Gaia Symphony, Desperate Outpost, etc.) are all actual American or Japanese movies.

In episode 2, During the phone conversation between Manami and Kio,around 10:51 you can see the Steyr AUG Assault Rifle on the Manami desk.

In Episode 3, at 2:07~2:09, a cameo appearance of Natsuru Senō & Tora Harakiri, also Shizuku Sangō & Kanden Yamaneko from the anime Kampfer appeared on board at the boat.

In Episode 3, JACK(Janis Alectos Carotenas Karinato) uses her Iphone to talk to Manami

In Episode 3, around 02:20,the car beside the Cathea spacecraft in the parking lot is the famous Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII.

In Episode 4, at 12:22, a cameo appearance of Louise from Zero no Tsukaima & Lisa from Seiken no Blacksmith appeared

In Episode 4, at 14:00, BC-FX is a parody of game console "PC-FX"

In Episode 4, at 14:38, a cameo appearance of Cecily Campbell & Luke Ainsworth of Seiken no Blacksmith appeared

In Episode 5, the prologue wording and music are vague parodies of the American TV series Mission: Impossible.

In Episode 6, at 19:20, 19:39 & 20:00, Manami's watch is a parody of Casio Baby-G Watch

In Episode 6, at 4:58, a blank videotape with the label Somy is a parody of Sony MiniDV Digital Video Cassette with 90 minute LP and 60 minute SP recording

In Episode 6, at 8:53, the gun which Manami is holding with a label Smith and Wesson is a parody of Smith and Wesson Revolver models

In Episode 6, at 8:07~8:36, Manami, Aoi and Aoi's AsistDroid's went to A&W Restaurant to take their break on their practice shooting, Aoi is drinking her A&W's All-American Root Beer, Manami's is pointing at the sign of A&W All-American Burger with her revolver.

In Episode 6, the prologue wording and music is a parody of the prologue for the American TV series Charlie's Angels.

In Episode 7, around 4:59, a cameo of Akane Mishima & Mikoto Kondou from Kampfer appears as students at Kio's school holding their cellphone, also Chissoku Norainu, one of the Mikoto Kondou messenger from Kampfer also appears as her cellphone strap

In Episode 9 at 4:52, there's a poster of "The Godfather" part near the window

In Episode 9 at 5:14, there's a poster of the hollywood movie "Armageddon" at the back where Elis is sitting in her couch

In Episode 9 at 7:48, the box with the tag named Amazoness is a parody of

In Episode 9, extensive references are made to Captain Future. This is an actual late '70s anime series based on 1940s pulp fiction works which were (as Ichika mentions) primarily written by Edmond Hamilton. Though little of it was adapted into English, it was, indeed, quite popular in other languages. The song used throughout the episode was one of the series' best-known themes.

In Episode 9, the prologue is being said in the same style as the intro of the anime "Captain Future".

In Episode 9, the song Lawry sings ("Sabishii Space Man") is an actual insert song from the anime "Captain Future", sang by one of the characters.

In Episode 10, the prologue music is a parody of the music for the British TV series UFO.

In Episode 12, Elis, Manami & Aoi's spacesuit is a parody of Tekkaman Blade

In Episode 12, Elis, Manami and Aoi will have a battle riding on their ship identical to Core Fighter from Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ

In Episode 12, Elis, Manami and Aoi will use their special Triple Attack, is a parody of VolTekker from Tekkaman Blade II

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