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Cartman Finds Love
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This is the tenth episode to have Cartman's name in the title.
Brad Paisley voiced himself in this episode.
References to Popular Culture
When Mr. Garrison was teaching history he was actually teaching the history of the kingdoms in the TV series Game of Thrones.
Lola, Bebe Stevens, Nichole, Wendy Testaburger, Red, and Jenny Simon are shown playing "Living", a board game that closely resembles "The Game of Life".
The Los Angeles Clippers and Denver Nuggets played on April 18, 2012 at the Pepsi Sports Arena in Denver. The Clippers won 104 to 98.
One of the advertisements in the Pepsi Center has an upside-down McDonald's logo on it. Their slogan is similar to McDonald's as well.
Another advertisement is for Moca-Cola, a parody of Coca-Cola.
Cartman sings the All-4-One cover of “ I Swear” by country music artist John Michael Montgomery, twice.
The Pepsi Center stadium big screen is named "Megatron"; this is likely a parody of the 'JumboTron'.
The episode features a dolly zoom, an unsettling visual effect made popular by Alfred Hitchcock. It occurs when Cartman is told that Nicole went to the basketball game at 17:33.
Lorraine from " Butterballs" makes a cameo in this episode. She can be seen while Token Black pushes Nichole on the swings, eating lunch alone near the playground wall.
This is the second episode in which people are shown to think that Kyle Broflovski and Eric Cartman are a gay couple. The previous occurrence was in " Tonsil Trouble".
When Wendy says she dated Token for a little while, she is referring to their relationship in " Raisins".
Cartman, again, shows signs of failing mental health, as he violently attacks Cupid Me with a baseball bat, much to Butters' shock.
This episode features Cartman's second imaginary character, Cupid Me, the first being Mitch Conner. Other episodes where he has made up fictional personalities include " 1%" and " 200".
This is the second time Café Monet has been seen during this season, and the fifth time overall.
Nichole would later speak again in The Hobbit.