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 Sheila Broflovski; Linda Stotch; Various Others
Voice of Liane Cartman; Principal Victoria; Sharon Marsh; Wendy Testaburger; Shelly Marsh; Various Others
Cartman asks Craig to be his partner but someone that Cartman asked before said that they were partners with Craig.
When Franz shoots "Sheriff McLawdog" he's got attached silencer on his gun, which is later removed when he shoots "Old Smithy", but it still sounds suppressed.
Even though the door code is 1864, the employee shot by Pioneer Paul says it starts with 52. They apparently noticed this mistake and fixed it for subsequent reruns, so that Paul instead says that it starts with 1.
A sign on the ticket counter at Super Phun Tyme says 2 KIDS FOR 12 DOLLARS SPECIAL, but right above it, the ticket prices sign says that the children's rate is $6, so two for 12 is not really a "special" at all, probably just done to make kids think they were getting a deal.
During the entire episode, you can notice that Token has eye-shadow.
Franz: God dammit! You people are f*ck*ng insane!
Franz: All right, that does it! On the count of three, this child dies!
(Pioneers look scared)
Kenny: (muffled)(scared) GIVE THEM THE F***ING DOOR CODE!
Cartman: Kyle, be my partner?
Kyle: But I hate you.
Cartman: What have I done to you?
Cartman: Butters, you can let go now.
Butters: No, I promised to keep you with me at all times!
Wendy: Look Stan, they had beef jerky back then.
General Store Clerk: What do you mean, "back then?" Don't forget, it's 1864.
Franz: Frolick, check in. Have you found any other employees?
Robber #1: We found somebody!
Robber #2: We found this guy in the jail of the sheriff's office.
Pioneer Paul: (gasp) You let out Murderin' Murphy?
Murderin' Murphy: Y'all are gonna get it for puttin' me in that thar' jail!
Franz: (irritated) Stop it. Stop your bad historical acting right now!
Pioneer Woman: Tarnation! Why'd you let Murderin' Murphy go? He's a bad man.
Franz: (enraged) I am the f*cking bad man! Do you get that?!
(Kyle calls 911)
Kyle: I got through! Hello, police?
911 Operator: 911. What's your emergency?
Kyle: There's some terrorists or bank robbers or something that have taken our class hostage!
911 Operator: Taken hostage where?
Kyle: The old Pioneer Village off of Kipling.
911 Operator: You mean that annoying place where the employees won't break character?
(Kyle looks behind him at the employees)
Kyle: Sister, you don't know the half of it.
Cartman: Stan, let's be partners, dude.
Stan: No, I'm with Wendy.
Cartman: Ugh. You wanna hold hands with a girl? Gaywad.
Cop: You'll be going away for a long time. Was it worth it?
Franz: In a way, it was. I might not have gotten away, but at least I learned a lot about pioneer life in the old West. Those early settlers didn't have the modern conveniences we all take for granted today. To think how difficult it was back in those times to do something as simple as washing your clothes. Pioneer Village has a lot to teach us all.
Cop: That's true..
(the gunmen just shot Sheriff McLawdawg)
Stan: We gotta call the police. Where's your phone?
Pioneer Paul: (still in character) A phone? Why, what's a phone? We ain't never heard of such a thing.
Kyle: Come on! This is serious!
Pioneer Paul: Eh, Storehand, have you ever heard of this fancy-schmancy "phone"?
General Store Owner: ..Uh, no. We ain't got a phone in our time!
Stan: Dude, (points outside) they just shot a guy in the face! We gotta call the cops!
Pioneer Paul: If you mean the law, the only law around here is Town Sheriff McLawdawg. (pulls on his suspenders) You see, 1864 was a time of growth and development in the old west-
Stan: (fed up; shakes fists angrily and yells) This is not the time for that!!
(Butters drags Cartman onto the bus)
Butters: Teacher, my partner is back on the bus. (falls down)
Cartman: Butters you have got to learn to chill. Life goes by pretty fast, if you don't stop and look around once in a while and do whatever you want all the time, you could miss it.
Cartman: Jesus Christ Monkey Balls!!
For the first 7 episodes of this season, the show was nominated for the 2008 Teen Choice Award for "Choice Animated TV Show".
The Original Title of this episode was "The Living Museum".
Denmark: August 29, 2008 on TV3.
Latin America: April 13, 2009 on MTV Latinoamerica.
When Kyle points out the blacksmith is wearing a digital watch, Pioneer Paul says "Dammit Chad", but later while being tortured it is stated that the blacksmiths name is David Palmer.
This episode was the Season 12 mid-season finale.
In this episode, Stan refers to Wendy as his girlfriend for the first time since season 7.
When Cartman is telling Butters about his plan to climb across the traffic light and back into the park, a Toyota Prius can be seen in the background with the license plate "17MYMPG" (17 is my Miles Per Gallon). This is a subtle reference to the second episode of Season 10, "Smug Alert!", where it was stated that people who own hybrid cars have the need to act smug and show off.
The Defiant Ones:
Butters and Cartman's "escape" while holding hands throughout the episode may be a reference to the 1958 film The Defiant Ones:. In the film, two escaped prisoners who are handcuffed together start off hating each other but gradually become friends, similar to the relationship between Cartman and Butters in this episode.
When the parks intercom system comes on with an announcement, the opening jingle is the popular 3 toned jingle from NBC.
Tomorrow Never Dies:
The scene where Cartman and Butters crawl onto the motorcycle-ride while still holding hands, is a reference to a scene in the James Bond movie, Tomorrow Never Dies. In a certain scene Bond is handcuffed to his Chinese spy colleague, Wai Lin, and tries to escape their pursuers on a motorcycle.
Ferris Bueller's Day Off:
When Cartman tells Butters he has to chill(see quotes), he is referring to one of the most popular quotations from the 1986 hit movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
The blacksmith who's name is David Palmer is named after the politician in the show.
The terrorist leader, Franz, somewhat resembles Hans Gruber, played by Alan Rickman, in the movie Die Hard.
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