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Voice of Stan Marsh; Eric Theodore Cartman; Randy Marsh; Mr. Garrison
Voice of Kyle Broflovski; Kenny McKormick; Leopold 'Butters' Stotch; Gerald Broflovski
Voice of Sheila Broflovski; Various Other Females
Voice of Liane Cartman; Principal Victoria; Sharon Marsh; Wendy Testaburger; Various Other Females
The Park County Community Center is seen named as the South Park Community Center in this episode.
This is the first time we hear about Stan's Grandmother.
Bank Clerk: How can I help you, young man?
Stan Marsh: I got a hundred-dollar check from my grandma and my dad said I need to put it in the bank so it can grow over the years
Bank Clerk: Well, that's fantastic. A really smart decision, young man. We can put that check in a money market mutual fund, then we'll re-invest the earnings into foreign currency accounts with compounding interest aaaand it's gone.
[Clerk stares blankly]
Stan Marsh: Uh... what?
Bank Clerk: It's gone, it's all gone.
Stan Marsh: What's all gone?
Bank Clerk: The money in your account. It didn't do too well, it's gone.
Stan Marsh: What do you mean? I-I have a hundred dollars!
Bank Clerk: Not any more, you don't. Poof!
Stan Marsh: Well what can I do to get back my...
Bank Clerk: [Interrupts] I'm sorry, sir, but this line is for bank members only.
Stan Marsh: I just opened an account!
Bank Clerk: Do you have any money invested with this bank?
Stan Marsh: No, you just lost it all!
Bank Clerk: Then please stand aside for people who actually have money with us. Next please!
Anchor: Just how far will the economy fall? We asked economic reporter Dan Banks for his assessment.
Dan: (says nothing, raises a gun to his head and fires, falling over dead)
Anchor: We'll have the rest of Dan's interview tonight at 10.
This episode marks the second time after Season 11's Fantastic Easter Special that South Park has parodied Leonardo da Vinci's painting, The Last Supper.
Latin America: January 18, 2010 on MTV Lationamerica.
This episode won the 2009 Emmy Award for "Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming Less Than One Hour)".
The entire episode is a parody of the mythologies of Moses (played as Randy) and Jesus Christ (played as Kyle). The final part where Kyle payed everyone's debts represented the Christian idea that Jesus died on the cross to pay for people's sins. It also had Kyle sleeping for three days afterwards which mirrored Jesus being dead for three days in the tomb before he was resurrected. Cartman serves as Judas, because he betrays Kyle.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars
Cartman makes several references to Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars. Published by Rockstar North and released on March 17th, 2009 for the Nintendo DS and PC, Chinatown Wars is the thirteenth game in the Grand Theft Auto series.
Jaws: When Randy's group wants to get the "Jew," Cartman scratches the chalkboard much like the shark catcher, played by Robert Shaw, in Jaws.
Randy's wisdom of "Lovers of pleasures rather than lovers of the economy" is a joking reference to 2 Timothy 3:4 where it says that in the time of the end, men would be "lovers of pleasures rather than lovers of God."
"The economy is our shepherd, we shall not want" is another joking reference to Psalms 23:1, where "The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want."
The title is an allusion to the Jimmy Buffet song of the same name.
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