Voice of Stan Marsh; Eric Theodore Cartman; Herbert Garrison; Officer Barbrady; Terrance; Timmy; Ned Gerblanski; Satan; Randy Ma
Voice of Kyle Broflovski; Kenny McKormick; Gerald Broflovski; Pip Pirrup; Jesus; Jimbo Kearn; Phillip; Saddam; Various Others
Voice of Jerome "Chef" McElroy
Voice of Mayor McDaniels; Liane Cartman; Mrs. McKormick; Wendy Testaburger; Shelly Marsh; Sharon Marsh; Various Others
Voice of Sheila Broflovski; Linda Stotch; Various Others
Voice of Mr. Wyland
Voice of Bebe
When Chef holds up a picture saying a man got set on fire, it is in fact the album cover for "Killing In The Name" by Rage Against The Machine.
For the first time, people laugh when Kenny dies.
It's revealed that there are 4,388 people living in South Park.
It's revealed that there are 16 kids in Mr. Garrison's class.
Visitor: This visitor is behind Jimbo and Ned when they take off their KKK sheets. It appears right next to the tree.
This is first episode Mr. Mackey features in that doesn't have him saying "M'kay".
The grand dragon of the KKK wears a black robe instead of a white one, but in the episode the grand dragon is wearing a white robe.
After counting the votes, Mr. Wyland said that there were 8 people on each debate team. However, during the rest of the episode, we see 10 kids (including Cartman and Wendy) in the "Change the flag" team, and, 8 kids (including Stan, Kyle and Kenny) in the "Don't change the flag" team.
Mr. Wyland is still teaching in place of Mr. Garrison in this episode.
The Mayor's voice is considerably different than her voice from the first 3 seasons. This is due to a new actress playing Mayor McDaniels.
After Kenny dies, you hear Stan, Kyle, and Cartman shout Kenny's name. Cartman isn't even in the room with them though. In fact, he's not even on their debate team.
While Jimbo and Ned are hiding in the bushes watching the KKK ralley Jimbo clearly calls Ned "Dan" on two occasions.
When The KKK Members arrived at the Mayor's office, watch closely, the film jumped a little.
Kyle: Kenny ate all the mints, dad.
Gerald: Oh, those weren't mints, those were antacid tablets.
Kyle & Stan: KENNY!
(Kenny drinks water then explodes)
(to Kenny, who's eating a bowl of mints)
Kyle: Look, Kenny, I know your family's poor, but you cant just eat a bowl of mints for dinner...
Kenny: (Muffled) Well, f**k you.(Flips Kyle off)
Wendy: Cartman, why don't you just go home. You aren't helping any.
Cartman: You won't let me help.
Wendy: That's because you're stupid and you're a racist.
Jimbo: (Spying on the Klan) Alright. Let's sneak in quietly.
Jimbo: Dammit Ned, doesn't that thing have a volume control?
Chef: Hey, Mackey! Sign up to march on Wednesday?
Mr. Mackey: Oh, Wednesday? Wednesday's tough. I guess- maybe I could do somethin' uh, Thursday afternoon.
Chef: Alright, fudge it, Thursday. Anyone else wanna go Thursday?
Principal Victoria: Thursday's no good, we've got choir council.
Mr. Mackey: Oh, yeah.
Principal Victoria: What about next Sunday?
Chef: Fine! Next Sunday!
Man 1: You mean, during the ball game?
Man 2: Oh, yeah. We can't do Sunday.
Principal Victoria: Oh, I can't do Monday.
Man: I could do Tuesday.
Mr. Mackey: Yeah, Tuesday morning's good.
Woman: You know what would be better for me is Saturday afternoon.
Man 2: Saturday is perfect for me.
Principal Victoria: Yeah. How about Saturday at 11:30?
Man 3: That sounds good.
Man 2: Yep.
Mr. Mackey: Yeah, I think that's the best day.
Chef: Okay! On Saturday, we march!
Man 2: Oh, march? What are we marching for?
Chef: To bring down the South Park Flag!
(People start walking away)
Man: Oh, I gotta go.
Jimbo: Chef, what about the baseball team, the Cleveland Indians, huh? Should they change their name because it's racist?
Sheila: Mr. Garrison! You're a Klan member?
Mr. Garrison: No! No, but Mr. Hat is.
Cartman: (to Wendy) Whoa! Calm down hoe.
Jimbo: People are gonna' start saying that the Denver Broncos are offensive to horses and then we'll have to SQUIRREL! (shoots down squirrel) Then we'll have to change everything.
Jimbo: This is about history kids. If you don't have respect for your past then you can never expect...BIRD! (shoots down bird) Then you can never expect to have a future.
Kyle: Cartman doesn't always win. He just gets pissed off and goes home, so we can't debate anymore.
Cartman: Nuh-uh, I'm just a better debater than you guys.
Stan: You don't even know what you're debating about half the time!
Cartman: Yes I do!
Craig: No, you don't!
Cartman: OH YEAH?!! WELL SCREW YOU GUYS! I'M GOING HOME!
Kyle: Told you.
Mayor McDaniels: (to Jimbo and Chef) Gentlemen, I understand you are here to present both sides of an issue. I want to hear you both out and do this in a civil and constructive manner, so I can give you both the time and attention you deserve. Jimbo why don't you begin.
Jimbo: Mayor, it's about the South Park flag…
Mayor McDaniels: Oh Jesus Christ, not this again.
Mr. Garrison: I'm sorry Chef, Mr. Hat is a racist bastard.
Kyle: All animals kill, and the animals that don't kill are stupid ones like cows and turtles and stuff.
KKK leader: Good evening, brothers. Our first order of business tonight is to have Brother Anderson update us on last week's minutes.
Brother Anderson: Last week we decided we hate blacks and Jews... A lot.
KKK Leader: Well that's enough rallying for this afternoon, members. Let's go take a hot shower!
KKK Members: Hot shower! Hot shower! Hot shower!
Cartman: The rest of you go get the goods on Stan. His mom grounded him once for setting something on fire. Let's find out what that something was and then lie and say it was a puppy.
This is the third episode with Chef's name mentioned in the title.
Chef's Islam name, "Abdul Mohammed Jabar-Rouf Kareem Ali" is a spoof of NBA basketball players Kareem Abdul Jabar and Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, as well as legendary boxer Muhammad Ali.
The scene in which Chef sets the meditating monk on fire is a reference of Thích Quảng Ðức, a Vietnamese Buddhist monk, who burned himself to death in Saigon in 1963 to protest oppression of the governments position against the buddhist religion.
The brief flute passage that begins Wendy's dream sequence is lifted from "Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune" (Prelude to the afternoon of a faun) by Claude Debussy.
Current Event/Georgia Flag:
This whole episode was probably a jab at the controversy over Georgia's state flag. That state flag contained the flag of the confederacy as part of its overall makeup. People wanted the state flag changed, as they felt the confederate flag still represented racism and slavery.
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