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By the time Yates arrested the pimp, he was doing nothing illegal as he was technically sleeping with his "wife" and not a prostitute.
Many have noticed that this is the only episode where Butters swears often. He swears occasionally in other episodes, but generally only uses euphemisms like "Oh hamburgers!".
In this episode, Butters' most commonly used swear is "motherfuckin".
The running gag through the episode is the fact that Yates takes his undercover assignment too far, and seemingly doesn't realize he doesn't need for them to have sex with him to arrest them for soliciting prostitution.
It is unknown why the police chose Sgt. Yates to go undercover, since his mustache makes him obviously male, although it's likely he forgot to shave it. It is shown that women work at the police department also, as shown in "Super Fun Time".
Butters telling Kyle "Sorry I'm not your little buddy anymore." is possibly a reference to Eric Stough's (the person Butters is loosely based on) nickname of "Little Buddy".
According to the commentary track, the documentary American Pimp was an inspiration for this episode.
Scott Malkinson returns, so he may be a regular character on the show now, and thus, a new classmate in fourth grade.
Cartman also was an undercover prostitute in the episode of season 2 called "Chickenlover".
Kanye West is seen when Butters goes to the pimp convention drinking alcohol, therefore proving Kanye is still alive in South Park's world. He is also shown in "200", and has a more expanded role in "The Hobbit".
When Butters arrives at the meeting of pimps, the reaction is the same as in the episode "Krazy Kripples".