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The scene in which "robot" Cartman, bound to an upright operating table, asserts to the military that he is human is reminiscent of a similar scene involving the Puppet Master from the film Ghost in the Shell.
During the L.A. montage clips, Butters and AWESOM-O are seen in a log ride that looks exactly like the Yeti ride in Colorado's Funland. In the previous shot from the Season 5 episode, there are trees and bushes in a mountain-like atmosphere. In this episode, the tree, and one of the bushes, was changed into a dinosaur.
The Hollywood producers asking if AWESOM-O is a "Pleasure Model" is likely from Blade Runner, where Pris is identified as a Pleasure Model.
In the Los Angeles montage, the "shark attack" ride and the homeless man in front of Catamount Studios are references to Parker and Stone's 1995 short film, Your Studio and You.
Though Catamount Pictures in itself is an obvious reference to Paramount Pictures, and Galaxy Studios is a reference to Universal Studios. The "shark attack" ride is also a reference to the Jaws attraction at Universal Studios movie set tour.
The name on the side of the tram during the shark attack, Galaxy Studios, is a reference to Universal Studios.
Puppy Love and Punch-Drunk Billionaire, two titles proposed by the movie producers to accompany two of AWESOM-O's movie ideas, are a reference to the movie Punch-Drunk Love and Mr. Deeds starring Adam Sandler. The final movie idea, where Adam Sandler falls in love with a coconut on a desert island, is a parody of Cast Away with Tom Hanks.
The idea of the scientist refusing to destroy AWESOM-O's consciousness is a parody of the movie Short Circuit.
When AWESOM-O is fleeing the office at Catamount studios, all the movie posters in the background are parodies of Will Smith movies.
Liane's reference to Cartman being grounded for "trying to exterminate the Jews two weeks ago" refers to "The Passion of the Jew", which aired two weeks before this episode.
Butters remembers the events from "Casa Bonita", where Cartman convinced Butters to hide in a bomb shelter, and "Jared Has Aides", where Cartman imitated Butters on the phone to his father, verbally bashing him.
The Hollywood studio and its president return from the episode "It Hits the Fan".
When Cartman is about to be killed the scientist mentions they made the robot think he was an 8 year old boy. Cartman never mentions his age, only that he is from Colorado.
In the segment at the end where everyone is laughing at the video of Cartman, Tommy Turner appears twice in one shot, at the far left of the screen in front of Red, and on the right near Millie Larsen and Bebe
There is no such thing as a "hesiated" colon. "Hesiated" is not even a word.