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This is the first episode where Stan and Kyle do not appear, despite the fact they have a brief appearance on the TV and the South Park T-shirts in "Terrance and Phillip in Not Without My Anus", where Kenny did not appear at all so this is his second absence in the series.
This is the only episode of the trilogy without Kyle.
In the cat party, Mr. Kitty's butt is peach for some seconds.
The cats are doing catnip like lines of cocaine, orgies and cocaine parties are a stereotype of the 1970s.
When Cartman snaps a photo of Shelly kissing Skyler he shouts "Ha ha, charade you are! Looks like you're the turd now!" This is a play on a lyric from the Pink Floyd song Pigs (Three Different Ones) from their 1977 album Animals. This becomes a running catch phrase of Eric's in future episodes.
Cartman is playing Wild Wild West, a movie released in theaters June 30, 1999, less than a month after this episode aired. The movie starred Will Smith and was based on the 1965 television series The Wild Wild West. All of Eric Cartmans toys take on roles from the movie.
Rumpertumskin as Arliss Loveless. He kidnaps the President of the United States and Rita Escobar.
Dateline - Cartman likens Shelly's abuses like "those nanny videos on TV", this is in reference to nanny abuse videos exposed on NBC news series airing at the time.
Aliens - Cartman was watching this 1986 film, and then quotes the scene "They mostly come at night... Mostly" when in a similar situation. He then uses that line a number of different times in varying situations, such as to describe a meteor shower.
Friends - Shelly changes the channel to a sit-com that ran from 1994-2004.
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope - Cartman tells Mr. Kitty that she is his only hope in much the same way that Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) does in when she records a message asking Obi-Wan Kenobi for help into R2D2.
The Wild Animal Program that Cartman watches is a parody of the Wild Kingdom a nature series that ran from 1963 to 1988.