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This is the second South Park trilogy that does not get use as a season finale, the first trilogy is "Coon & Friends".
This is the first episode in the entire history of South Park to miss its air date. This was due to a 3 hour power outage at South Park Studios which caused Matt and Trey to fall behind on their normal 6 day episode creation schedule.
It would appear that Cartman tries to kill Butters by putting almond M&M's into Butters' mouth.
When the burglars threaten Stan with a knife the blade has the engraving "Kill All Betrayers."
This was the same knife that Trent Boyette had in the episode Pre-School.
When Stan names the other Avengers, he uses their alter-ego names: Bruce, Tony and Kurt. The Hulk is Bruce Banner, Iron Man is Tony Stark, but Thor's name would either just be Thor, or Donald, depending on if he were using movie or comic canon. There is no Kurt in The Avengers.
This marks the second appearance of Elvis Presley, the first time was back in "City on the Edge of Forever".
Wendy mentions that she once dated Token. This happened way back in "Raisins".
Eric is the only one who wears a white safety helmet.
The video which Professot Lamont showed to the kids, although appears to be shot in the 1980s, was copyrighted 2010.
Ron Paul appears in the first Republican debate, then disappears in the cat-Republican debate.
The Taco Bell scene where the guy tells Stan that he will give him a 6 layer burrito was in the commercial for the original airing but, in the commercial instead of 6 layer burrito he said 5 layer burrito which Taco Bell does make.
(he said that they don't make a 5 layer burrito in the commercial)
"Reverse cowgirl" is a sex position.
The lawyer mentioned that Sir John Harington died in 1692. However, his actual date of death was in 1612.
Kenny's sister was last seen in Best Friends Forever as a background character.
Her name is officially revealed in this episode as Karen. She also receives her first speaking role.
The credits lists a voice actor under the name Nabulungi Hatimbi, which is the name of a character in Trey Parker and Matt Stone's Broadway Show The Book of Mormon.
A man with an "Anonymous" mask supports Butters and Jimmy in their protest by performing a dance act.
Kyle did not appear in this episode.
Two Cartmans can be seen in the Texans versus Mexicans game scene when Jimmy called base.
There are goofs on two board games in the scene where Cartman had a nightmare.
The logo on the Monopoly board is placed in a different orientation compared to the standard gameboard. Another game, Living, is a parody of the game of Life.
Both boards appears to have rotated at the next shot, when Cartman tries to wake everyone up.
The Butters Pinata blinks when Cartman tackles it.
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