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Other Matt Stone and Trey Parker projects to focus on Mormonism include their 1997 film Orgazmo and their 2011 Broadway hit, The Book of Mormon. The series creators revealed in interviews that their fascination with Mormons stemmed from growing up in Colorado, where they met numerous Mormons from neighboring Utah.
A few of the claims regarding Mormonism in this episode were at least semi-accurate. Joseph Smith allegedly translated 116 pages from the Book of Lehi, and when he couldn't reproduce the exact text, he claimed God was angry and would make him translate from the Book of Nephi, which was very similar but different. (See The Book of Lehi and the Plates of Lehi)
When questioning his newly found Mormon belief, Stan says that he learned in school that modern humans came out of Africa, not the Garden of Eden in Jackson County, Missouri, which Mormons believe is Adam-ondi-Ahman.
Heidi and Esther are seen playing together behind Gary. When the rest of boys are shown, the same girls are playing behind them, though they're seen on the opposite side of Gary.
When Stan is introduced to Gary's family, Gary's older sister is named Jenny, but during the family home evening, Mark (Gary's older brother) refers to her as Sarah.
When Sharon and Randy talk after he comes back from Gary's, the two chairs on the ends of the table have no backs on them.
References to Popular Culture
Gary's family was playing a board game called Living which is a reference to The Game of Life.