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Barbrady's book report is on the P.D. Eastman children's book Go, Dog. Go! it was originally published in 1961. It's about driving dogs.
One of the children out at recess is playing with a Mega Man toy; these are a parody of the Power Rangers franchise, and named after the video game character/series Mega Man.
When captured, the Booktastic Bookmobile driver is wearing a mask of Richard Nixon, the 37th President of the United States.
As a gift to Officer Barbrady for capturing him, the Bookmobile driver gives him a copy of the 1957 Ayn Rand novel Atlas Shrugged. The story takes place in a dystopian future where the worlds leading innovators cease working, not wishing to have their talents exploited by society any longer.
Bebe is seen at the petting zoo in her normal clothes. When seen later, she is running after a rabbit, this time, wearing a blue shirt instead of a red one.
Barbrady is unable to read, but can quote sections of a deputizing law. How he knew the quote without reading is unknown, though he may have been told.
Despite the fact that the Bookmobile Driver admits he had sex with chickens just to encourage Barbrady to learn to read, he actually performs the crime BEFORE Barbrady admitted to the town he was illiterate.
During the parade (which happens during the credits), a tree falls and crushes Kenny, killing him.
During the episode (before the credits), Kenny has many situations when it seems like he's dead but is actually okay. When the townspeople were rioting a car flipped over and crushed him; he just came out the door of the car unharmed. When Officer Barbrady kicked Kenny on the swing who hit a brick wall, he was okay. When shot in the shoulder, he still remained okay. Stan always started saying his usual phrase when it seemed like he was dead by saying, "Oh my God, they killed –" but finishing with "oh nevermind" when he realized Kenny emerged unharmed. This occurs twice. Eventually, he says, "Oh my God, they killed... Goddammit!" when he recognizes that Kenny is surviving these experiences.
When the camera is panning the petting zoo, the visitor is seen petting a horse.