Look Hard: At the close-up of Stan's profile, Cartman was directing at Butters on 'Mad Friends'.
Stan had already liked the pod-cast even before he started watching it.
Kyle first claimed that he only have 37 friends.
However, according to Cartman in his 'Mad Friends' podcast, Kyle had 55 friends.
Kyle's Birthdate (in 2010) is: May 26th, 2001. according to his Facebook Profile.
As the boys don't grow older (minus a couple of exceptions), it changes every year.
Farmvile: The game Kyle is playing in FaceBook is FarmVille, the resemblance is pretty spot on.
The laptop Kenny is using is exactly like the ones used in the "One Laptop per Child" laptop program.
Stan's Birthdate (in 2010) is: October 29, 2001. according to his Facebook Profile.
As the boys don't grow older (minus a couple of exceptions), this changes every year.
This is also the same birthdate as Trey Parker, who Stan is based on.
(A man stops his car in front of Stan)
Man: Hey kid how come you ignored my friend request?
Stan: I don't know you!
Man: Yeah, well I'm just some guy who gets ignored I guess.
(The man spits in Stan's face and drives away)
Cartman: Jimmy and Bebe have agreed to share their friends. That's right, looks like we're about to have a merger. So if you're a friend of Jimmy's, you're about to lock into about 90 chick friends, and as we all know, chick friends are worth almost triple what dude friends are.
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
The scene where Stan is attempting to delete his facebook account, the screen turns black and then the computer says, "I'm afraid I can't let you do that, Stan." This sounds just like the famous line from the 1968 classic science-fiction film, 2001 a Space Odyssey when HAL 9000 turns against the humans. HAL says, "I'm afraid I can't let you do that, Dave." This line was also spoofed in an earlier South park episode, "Trapper Keeper" from Season 4.
The entire sequence where Stan is beamed into the computer and forced to play games is a parody of the 1982 film Tron.
Mad Money with Jim Cramer
The program Cartman performs, Mad Friends, is a parody of CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer. Cramer gives stock tips and tells viewers what stock to buy or sell.