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Voice of Stan Marsh; Eric Theodore Cartman
Voice of Kyle Broflovski; Kenny McKormick; Leopold
Voice of Sheila Broflovski; Various Other Females
Voice of Liane Cartman; Principal Victoria; Sharon Marsh; Wendy Testaburger; Various Other Females
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Voice of Filmore Anderson
This is the first time Butters told off his dad for being grounded.
When the kids at computer class are playing Call of Duty World at War the XP(experience points) bar at the bottom of the screen is missing.
(after Butters jumps out of Cartman's window)
Mrs.Cartman: What's going on?
Cartman: Well, mom, it seems that Butters is gay, finds me very attractive, and, confused about his sexual identity puked up all over the floor.
Mrs.Cartman: Oh, dear.
Dylan: Fellow students, over the past week, there's been a lot of confusion, and so we have asked this assembly to clarify the difference between goth kids and vampire kids. Let us make it abundantly clear. If you hate life, truly hate the sun and need to smoke and drink coffee, you are goth. If, however, you like dressing in black because it's fun, enjoy putting sparkles on your cheeks and following into a cult while avoiding things that are bad for your health, then you are most likely a douchebag vampire wannabe boner. Because anyone who thinks they are actually a vampire is freaking retarded.
(the students applauding and cheering)
Evan: (flipping off) F**k all of you!
Stephen: That does it! You are grounded for two weeks, you got that?!
Butters: You can't ground me, for I'm neither living nor dead. How can thy ground that which is ungroundable?
Cartman: Mooom! Butters just gave me a hickey!
Stephen: WHAT KEEPS A FAMILY TOGETHER BUTTERS?
Butters: A well organized pantry...
Stephen: THAT'S RIGHT!
For this entire season, the show was nominated for the 2009 People's Choice Award for "Favorite Animated Comedy".
The vampire kids are fans of Twilight, a popular book series about a teenage vampire and the romance between him and a regular human girl, Bella. The film adaption of the book came out around the release of this episode.
Call of Duty: World at War:
All the kids in the computer class are playing the game Call of Duty: World at War, which was released 8 days prior to this episode.
Vampirism is a subculture that is based off the original Vampire ideal as used in literature. They do drink human blood to purify their mind, body, and soul. Also practice ritualistic ceremonies dealing with blood, fire, and knifes. Vampirism is said to be nothing like how Hollywood portrays them. Also, Butters claims he is "Ungroundable" referring to how vampires are said to be "Undead."
Some elements of the plot are references to Stephen King's vampire novel and movie. The Goth Kids are the only non-vampires left in South Park, just like Ben, Dr. Cody, Mark, and Father Callahan in Salem's Lot. They search for ways to eliminate all the vampires by first killing (or sending to Scottsdale) the head vampire. Eventually, the Goth Kids burn down Hot Topic, just like how Mark and Ben burn down the Marsten House in Salem's Lot. Also, Butters seems to be playing the role of Dud Rogers. Dud is a misfit who is always being pushed around and therefore lets Barlow (head vampire) make him a vampire to change how people think of him.
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