Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (1)

  • Fan 1: Ay dios Mio! Mataron el Pollo Loco! Fan 2: Bastardos!

Notes (1)

  • International airdates: Latin America: March 8, 2010 on MTV Latinoamerica.

Trivia (5)

  • Cartman doesn't say the word "Jew" in this episode.

  • Despite being Canadian, the wrestler Edge doesn't have a Pac-Man style head.

  • When the wrestling coach is at the bar, he shows a video of real wrestling on his iPhone/iPod. While the video is playing the play sign is visible, however, on iPhones/iPods, whenever a video is played, the pause sign should be visible instead.

  • Cartman is fighting with Kenny in the closing sequence, but we assume Kenny, as Pollo Loco, died in the fireworks.

  • ALIEN SPOTTINGS: There are at least 3 aliens in the scene where the boys walk out of the stadium and discuss taking up wrestling. One is using the phone booth, another is in the right-hand side of the middle doorway, and the other is in the left-hand side doorway. They are only visible for a couple of frames, and not at the same time.

Allusions (3)

  • The wrestling personalities that the boys have in the WTF are similar to other WWE wrestlers: -Stan/Stan the Man: Randy Orton and Shawn Michaels. -Kyle/Juggernaut: CM Punk. -Cartman/Rad Russian: The Big Show and The Undertaker. -Kenny/El Pollo Loco: Rey Mysterio. -Butters/Triceratops: Chris Jericho. -Token/Congo: R-Truth.

  • Current Event: The Colorado Balloon incident is referenced in this episode, through the front pages of South Park's newspapers. The incident in question occurred on October 15th 2009, and involved a six-year-old boy named Falcon Reed being carried off in a home-made helium balloon, and drifting for hours. When the balloon eventually came down, Falcon was not inside. A search was carried out, and ended when the boy was found at his home, revealing that the whole incident had been a hoax.

  • El Pollo Loco: Kenny's wrestler name, "El Pollo Loco" is the same as that of a Mexican fast-food restaurant chain (The name translates as "The Crazy Chicken").