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
It was said in the episode that Mr. Garrison came out two years ago, yet in the show he came out when the boys entered 4th grade. If it was true, than the boys should've been in either the 5th or 6th grade, yet it's true only to our time standards, as Mr. Garrison came out in the 4th season.
In "Red Hot Catholic Love", food was able to go through the digestive system backwards just fine, so why did Lemmiwinks have to go on a big journey to go through someone's body the same way? I know it's a cartoon, but still...
This is the second time that someone said the N word.
Mr. Garrison says that boiling is an exothermic reaction, but boiling is endothermic, and it's not a reaction, it's a phase change.
Death Camp of Tolerance Guy: (About Garrison and Slave) What have we here? New recruits? I can assure you this next week will be nothing but pain and suffering!
Mr. Slave: Ooh, this might be kind of fun!
Mr. Slave: What you need to do is show the parents what kind of demented faggot you are.
Principal Victoria: You've demonstrated a lack of tolerance for Mr. Garrison's behavior. In fact, I believe you used the word 'sick queer' to describe his conduct in class.
Chef: He is a sick queer!
Mr. Garrison: Yea!
Mr. Slave: It wasn't the first small animal I put up my ass.
Mr. Garrison: Now what do you think is going to happen when I introduce the element of the gerbil to the endothermic heat of Mr. Slave's ass?
Museum of Tolerance lady: We have to accept people for who they are and what they do. (she sees a man smoking) Hey! What the hell are you doing!?!
Man: I was just uh......
Museum of Tolerance lady: There's no smoking in the museum!
Man: But I'm not in the museum.
Museum of Tolerance lady: Get out of here you filthy smoker!
Gerald: Yea dirty lungs!
Sharon: Go ahead and kill yourself stupid tar-breath!
Mr. Tweek: Get outta here!
Cartman: Man, tolerance kicks ass!
Randy: That's our Cartman.
Cartman: I'm not fat, I have a different life choice.
(Stan and Randy walk up to the sleeping Mexican janitor in the museum of tolerance)
Randy: Here's a good one. It's the stereotypical sleepy Mexican.
(The janitor wakes up)
Janitor: Aw man, what time is it?
Randy: Oh I'm sorry. I thought you were a wax sculpture.
Janitor: Nah man, I'm the janitor. I'm supposed to be cleaning but I'm so tired......Ah so sleepy.
Voices in The Tunnel Of Prejudice: Queer! Beaner! Chink! Nigger! Heeb! Faggot! Cracker! Slope! Jap!
Cartman: Aw man, this is awesome!
Mr. Garrison: That does it! I will not put up with foolishness in my class. It's time for punishment. (pulls out a paddle, walks over to Mr. Slave, and begins to smack his ass with it) Take it Mr. Slave! I will not put up with Tom Foolery in my classroom children! Mr. Slave, put this rubber ball in your mouth. (puts a rubber ball in Mr. Slave's mouth and continues beating him) Take that Slave! Take it!
Mr. Garrison: Now, I'm not saying the rest of the school year is going to be easy. In fact, it's going to be long and hard....Really long and really hard.
Mr. Slave: Oh Jesus Christ.
Cartman: (whispering to Craig) Dude, I think that Mr. Slave guy might be a......Pakistani.
Principal Victoria: With all the new laws now, we could never fire you for being gay. You'd be able to sue us for millions of dollars.
Mr. Garrison: Right I..........What was that?
Principal Victoria: Well I was just saying that the policies have really changed. You know, if we fired you for acting gay next time, you'd be able to sue the school district for lots of money.
Mr. Garrison: Oh right, right, yes. How much money exactly?
Principal Victoria: Oh, well there was the case out in Minnesota where the guy was awarded 25 million I think.
Mr. Garrison: You don't say? Well thanks Principal Victoria.
Mr. Garrison: Now, class, I want you to meet our new teacher's assistant, Mr. Slave.
Mr. Slave: Hi kids.
Mr. Garrison: So that's Mr. Slave, the teacher's assistant, or as I like to write for short, the teacher's ass.
Museum of Tolerance lady: Being tolerant means you must also learn to respect people who are small, people who are disabled, even people who are overweight like this young man here. (gestures to Cartman)
Museum of Tolerance lady: You other boys have probably called this young man names like 'tubby' or 'lard-butt' or 'fat-tits.'
Kyle: Fat tits, that's a good one.
Stan: Yeah, we'll have to remember that.
Death Camp of Tolerance Guy: Here, intolerance will not be tolerated.
(On stage at awards ceremony)
Mr. Slave: Ow! I should have never shoved all those poor animals up my ass!
(Audience pauses, then applauds)
Mr. Garrison: (to Mr. Slave) I mean, I stuck a gerbil up your ass and they wanna give me a Goddamn medal!
Mr. Garrison: Say, Mr. Slave.
Mr. Slave: Yes, Mr. Garrison?
Mr. Garrison: I had a dream last night that you were a real dick.
Mr. Slave: Really? Why would you dream that I was being an asshole?
Mr. Garrison: No, no, I was the asshole.
Mr. Garrison: Get along little slaves.
Randy: Oh my god!
Gerald: That's what our boys were talking about!
Mr. Garrison: (with small bells) Ding-Ding Ding-Ding.
Mr. Hat is seen at the begining of this episode, but that is also the last time we see Mr. Hat.
This is the first appearance of Mister Slave, who would become a recurring character throughout the series.
The whole Lemmiwinks subplot in this episode actually seems VERY much like another Tolkien ref/parody. There is a cartoon movie of the Hobbit, and the song sung through this episode is quite similar to the song(s) sung in that. (as is elements of the subplot).
The practice of putting live gerbils in the anus, gerbilling, is an urban legend. Gerbils are illegal to keep in Southern California and it is believed that it is because of this practice, really it is for agriculture. There has yet to be documented proof that gerbilling really exists so for now it is merely an urban legend.
Full Metal Jacket:
Museum of Tolerance Tour Guide: This is a black person eating fried chicken and watermelon, a stereotype that hurts the African American people.
This is a reference to Stanley Kubrick's 1987 film Full Metal Jacket, where Gunnery Sergeant Hartman says to one of his black recruits, "Well there is one thing you won't like, Private Snowball, they don't serve fried chicken and watermelon on a daily basis in my mess hall!!!"
All of the music for the Lemmiwinks sequences are parodied off of the 1977 animated version of The Hobbit.
The two little girls hiding in the latrine refers to a similar scene in the 1993 film Schindler's List where children hide in latrines to avoid transportation.
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