Fifi Oui Oui mentions "Bon Jovi", a famous band formed by Jon Bon Jovi, best known for their hits "You Give Love a Bad Name", "Living on a Prayer", "It's My Life", "Lost Highway", and "You Want to Make a Memory". This reference could possibly be a fourth wall shooting.
Also, since he is pretending to be French, he probably meant "bonjour", a greeting that means hello.
In his attempt to act French, he also randomly mentions Jacques Cousteau (a French marine researcher), Notre Dame (a famous French cathedral), and Napolean Bonaparte (a historical French military leader). Apparently this helps fool T.U.F.F.
Apparently, the vending machine in the T.U.F.F. snack room comes with a gorilla button.
This episode marks the first alcohol reference, although after all is just an indirect, because in one scene of the episode there is a bottle of champagne (which obviously contains alcohol), but that is rather the impression that is visible from afar, because it actually is a salad dressing.
If "Fifi" were actually French, it would actually make sense that she never heard of the French Riviera, in France, it is known as the Jocunde.
This is the first time a villain successfully infiltrates T.U.F.F.
The Chameleon's watch, Bombega, is a parody of the real-life luxury watch brand, Omega.
"Chameleon's Own Salad Dressing" is a reference to Newman's Own brand of sauces.