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 Wendy Testaburger; Liane Cartman; Sheila Broflovski; Sharon Marsh; Mrs. McKormick; Mayor McDaniels; Ms. Crabtree; Princ
Voice of Jerome "Chef" McElroy
The two live-action helicopters shown-- supposedly what Ned and Jimbo are flying-- are the H-34 Choctaw and then the H-1 Iroquois. The cartoon 'copter they crash in looks roughly like the AH-64 Apache, which didn't have its maiden flight until after Vietnam had ended.
If Jimbo and Ned's hunting show was beating J+P in the ratings, that would mean Jesus was getting under 20 viewers.
Ned's surname is revealed to be Grublanksy.
This episode was inspired by "The Giant Beaver of Southern Sri Lanka." It was at the making of the film that Matt and Trey met.
Jesus' band is called "Disciple," and has the same insignia as the band from "Christian Rock Hard".
When the boys are recording the Staring Frog movies (the one with Cartman as an old lady), when they first record it, Cartman falls on his back, but when they show the movie on their TV show (Jimbo and Ned), Cartman falls to his side.
Ned's eyes are much bigger and closer together in the 70's then they are now.
In the penultimate scene of the episode after Jimbo, Ned and the boys leave the studio, Ned is shown to be fully recovered from his comotose state. However, when the camera pans down and then back up, Ned is once again a vegetable! Looks like that one was put in on purpose to me
Producer: Our ratings have gone up to twenty people.
Jimbo: Does that mean we get more money?
Producer: No, but I do!
Jesus: Welcome back. Now, Jimbo, would you please tell me why your nephew do stuff like this to you?
Jimbo: Well, I'll tell you, Jesus... It's because he takes drugs and he worships the devil!
(The people in the audience gasp.)
People in audience: (chanting) Jesus! Jesus!
Jesus: Wow, Stanley! Now your uncle sounds really worried for you!
Stan: Well, I only did it because he... MOLESTED me!
(The people in the audience gasp again.)
Jimbo: Why, you little piece of crap...!
Stan: You big piece of crap!
Cartman: That's it! Now I'm all pissed off! (Cartman throws a chair at Ned) Take that, hippie!
Jesus: Shut the f**k up!!! Jesus, what is wrong with you people?!
Stan: Whoa, Dude. I don't take drugs and worship Satan!
Cartman: (while in a dress) Why do I have to be the old lady?
Kyle: Because your fat and all old ladies are too!
Jimbo: Vietnam was more like shoving shards of broken glass up your ass and sitting in a tub of tabasco sauce fun.
Kyle: Are there any questions? Yes, Mr. Garrison?
Mr. Garrison: Yes, where the f**k did you hear this ridiculous load of bulls**t?
Kyle: From Vietnam veterans.
(After seeing Ned burning the deer)
Jimbo: Good job, Ned! Now they won't starve!
(During Mr. Garrison's Vietnam flashback)
Troop: Ok, who's taking a shower first?
Rest of the Troops: OOOOO OOO ME ME!
Jesus: In our competition for ratings, we all lost sight of why we got into showbusiness in the first place.
Ned: Yeah. Titties and beer.
Jesus: Actually, I was referring more to the pursuit of truth...
Kyle: We're sorry for turning Ned into a vegetable.
Jimbo: Ah, he'll be fine. I'll just take him home and show him some good hardcore porn and he'll snap right out if it.
The 'Huntin and Killin' theme song:We're so glad you spent your time with us while we slaughtered our way through nature's guts come again and stay a while we'll kill a lot more living things and make them bleed.
Producer: This isn't working! Somebody get pissed off and throw a chair at Ned.
This is the first episode where Saddam Hussein appears as Satan's lover.
The gun Jimbo uses in his Vietnam flashback is the same one he sells to Mr. Garrison in "Weight Gain 4000".
We find out how Ned lost his arm (via Jimbo's flashback): a grenade blew it off.
Song of the South
When Jimbo whistles a duet with a bird on his shoulder, the tune he whistles is similar to "Zip Pe Di Do Dah" from Song of the South. Also in the film, a bluebird whistles on Uncle Remus's shoulder, similar to the bird on Jimbo's shoulder.
Cartman: (after Mr. Garrison writes 'Vietnam' on the blackboard) Mr. Garrison, what's Vietnam?
Mr. Garrison: What's Vietman? A question a child might ask, but not a childish question.
The above dialogue is a reference to, and was used in a TV commerical, for the Time-Life book series dealing with the Vietnam War.
The audience member who talks to Jesus about Michael Jackson addresses Jesus as "Montel." Apparently he has Jesus confused with talk show host Montel Williams.
Current Events/ Michael Jackson:
Audience Member: Maybe he did touch some children, but come on, it's Michael Jackson!
A reference to Michael Jackson's legal problems and the allegations of child molestation against him. This was also the basis for a later episode called "The Jeffersons."
Jimbo at one point says that "Ponyboy was hurt really bad... "
In the hospital Jimbo is reading Ned S. E. Hinton's "The Outsiders," which was made into a film in 1983.
The title of this episode is probably based on the Mark Twain short story "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County".
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