Despite the boys running up to the stage, Stan's hat can be seen right next to Mr. Garrison.
When the bus is leaving for South Park, if you look closely, you'll see Kenny in the top-right corner, but Kenny died earlier in the episode by "Crapping himself to Death"
When the South Park kids first arrive in Arkansas, and are told by the lady with the headset to 'go over there by the New York kids', as they're approaching them, you can see the ground is smeared with poop stains, as it will be later in the episode, when everyone 'craps their pants'.
On the first promo of the recorder concert at the beginning of the episode, the location of the concert is announced to be live in Oklahoma City. However, Mr. Mackey announced to the kids that the event has been moved to Arkansas. Later in the episode, the promo aired again and still announces that the event is live in Oklahoma City, even though the concert is in Arkansas.
Ms.Crabtree has finally earned some respect.When she talks the kids listen to her.
When the boys are arguing with the New York kids, the one with the wife beater and jeans says, "You guys are even stupider than I thought!" His voice is much squeakier than it was before. Then when he says, "Mung is so a word," his voice is back to normal.
There is no way that there are enough hotels in the Arkansas area to accommodate 4 million people. Even if 1,000 fit in one hotel, there would still have to be 4,000 vacant hotels.
They forgot Mr. Mackey, he wasn't in the bus in the final shot.
The interval between any two consecutive piano keys (notes) is a half-step or "semitone." There are 100 cents in every semitone, therefore, "92 cents below the lowest E Flat" would be 8 cents above the lowest D Natural, as D Natural is one semitone below E Flat. While not a goof per se, the "Brown Note" would be more accurately expressed (and notated on sheet music) as "8 cents above the lowest D Natural."
Kenny dies when he "craps himself to death", but when Ms. Crabtree asks which way to go home, you can see him sitting beside Cartman on the bus.
Mrs. Garrison: That's not true! Your father loved you…often.
Stan: What's Arkansas? Is that a state?
Mr. Garrison Sr.: What? I never sexually abused you!
Mr. Garrison: I know! I want to know why not!
Mr. Garrison Sr.: WHAT!?
Mr. Garrison: Was it because I was ugly?
Mr. Garrison Sr.: Oh my God!
Mr. Garrison: It was because I wasn't good enough wasn't it?
Mr. Garrison Sr.: I...no!
New York Kid: Are all redneck queefs from Colorado as stupid as yous?
Kyle: All right dickhole…
Mr. Mackey: Mmkay. Mr. Garrison you're just having a hard time dealing with the memories of your father's sexual abuse, so you switched personalities to Mr. Hat. Mmkay.
Mr. Garrison: Oh good one Sherlock. Did you figure that one out all by yourself?
Mr. Mackey: Queef is the expulsion of gas from vagina. Mmkay?
Mr. Garrison Sr.: Would you have sex with your son to save his life?
Man at bar 1: Oh, this is one of them scruples questions ain't it?
Man at bar 2: No, no I got a better one: Would you have sex with your mother…to save your father's life?
Man at bar 1: You mean like if someone had a gun to your father's head and said if you don't have sex with her, I'll kill him?
Bartender: If a killer put a knife to my throat and said "have sex with your mother or I'm gonna kill your father while having sex with you, I would have sex with myself.
Mr. Mackey: Queef is the vaginal discharge of gas.
Mr. Mackey: (talking to Mr. Garrison's dad) Don't lose your son over this, mmkay. Don't…lose…your…son…Mm…kay.
Cartman plays the "brown noise."
Guy Working: Oh my God! I crapped my pants!
Mr.Garrison: (To his father) Sure, you can go out and screw every whore on Rhode Island, but when it came to your own son, you were just TOO BUSY! (Mr.Garrison runs away crying)
Mr. Garrison: Goddammit, I don't think you children have been working on your fingering!
Cartman: That's not true, Mr. Garrison. Kyle's been working on his fingering with his mom all night long.
Kyle: Shut up, fatass!
Cartman: No seriously, Kyle's mom said Kyle getting good at fingering.
(Kenny laughs harder and falls out of his chair)
Mr. Garrison: Shut up, Eric!
(after being told that he should molest his son)
Mr. Garrison's Father: Am I the only sane person left on earth?!
"Welcome to ARKANSAS. Yes. We are a state." - Sign at Arkansas boarder
Mr. Mackey: M'kay Mr. Hat, you need to let me talk to Mr. Garrison. M'kay?
Mr. Garrison: (as Mr. Hat) Why would he wanna talk to a second rate, dopey assed, elementary school psychologist!?
Mr. Mackey: What did you say?!
Mr. Garrison: (as Mr. Hat) You heard me, jackass! There's monkeys that make better counselors than you!
Mr. Mackey: Garrison, I know this is very difficult, m'kay, but I must ask. Is there a history of sexual abuse in your family?
Mr. Garrison: Some, yes. There was my Uncle Richard. He…he molested me.
Mr. Mackey: When was that?
Mr. Garrison: Saturday. Last…last Saturday.
Mr. Mackey: M'kay. That sounded great kids.
Mr. Garrison: Sure, if you like the sound of a peacock getting its neck broken.
Mr. Garrison Sr.: God Dammit! I'm not going to molest you!
Mr. Garrison: YOU DON'T LOVE ME! (Mr. Garrisons cries as he rushes up the stairs)
Stan: Whoa! Mr. Hat and Mr. Mackey are fighting.
Mr. Mackey: I'm gonna kick your ass. M'kay?
Ms. Crabtree: BE QUIET BACK THERE!
(children settle down)
Mr. Mackey: You may have won this time Mr. Hat.
FYI: A mung is a small round green bean that is actually the source of bean sprouts rather than "the stuff that comes out when you push on a pregnant lady's stomach" as referred to by the kids from NYC in this episode. [ Editor's note: According to Wikipedia this episode was the source of an urban legend, more info in the Derivative and Alternate Meanings section of their entry on mung. ]
This was the only episode (so far) to receive an 18 rating in the UK during it's original home video release in 2000. (Due to the molestation subplot). However, it was later re-rated 15 when re-released on DVD in 2008.
An alternate title to this episode is "The Brown Noise."
Cartman: "They should bring Chicago Hope back?"
Chicago Hope was a medical procedure drama that focused on the personal and professional trials of the staff at the hospital "Chicago Hope" the series ended on May 2000. Cartman's reference comes 4 months before the airing of the final episode.
In the very beginning of the episode it says "POX presents…" This is obviously an allusion of the FOX network.
Mr. Garrison: Second star to the right, then straight on 'till morning.
Mr. Garrison says this at the end of this episode when he's asked where to go by the bus driver. This is the same line spoken in J.M. Barrie's 1904 play "Peter Pan."
This line, or variations of it, have been spoken in a number of subsequent productions, such as by Captain Kirk in 1991's Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country a film bounding with literary references. In fact, Mr. Garrison's use of the line most closely resembles Captain Kirk's; Kirk said it when he was asked where to navigate the Enterprise, much like how Garrison was asked where to take the bus. It even has the bus disappearing into the horizon leaving only a shining "star" light thing just like in Star Trek VI, though in Star Trek VI the Enterprise was covered in the light of a nearby star.
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