Yes, it most likely is a reference to the Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. The specific adventure with Pancho Villa was shown in the first episode, the pilot "Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal". It was also recut as the 6th film, Spring Break Adventure.
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Even though this was answered a while ago, here is more-or-less the same, but visualised.
Imagine two-dimensional beings. They live in 2D space, which we usually call a plane. There are infinitely many planes and some are parallel, i.e., they do not intersect. If you pick two of these, there is a space between those two planes (2D spaces), incomprehensible ...
Not for Kingdom of the Crystal Skulls specifically, which wasn't developed until the 2000s. Doubtful but possible during the 1990s for a theoretical 4th Indy movie.
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The series is also referenced in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the
Crystal Skull, when Indy describes his adventures with Pancho Villa
(chronicled in the first episode) to Mutt Williams.
The first episode of the series was Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal:
Indiana finally caught up again with this jackal shaped ...