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First appearance of Harrison Yates, but as an FBI agent instead of a Park County Police officer.
MOOP is an acronym for "Matter Out of Place", referring to litter and garbage found in forests and beaches.
Gold, frankincense, and myrrh were the gifts given at Jesus' birth. Frankincense and myrrh are plants in Africa and the Middle East used for soap and perfume.
Skyler and his friends are seen on strike but have no lines. This marks their first appearance since " Timmy 2000".
References to Popular Culture
Eric Cartman's instructions for the album cover, are a reference to Faith + 1 U2's album . The Joshua Tree [
citation needed] Token's bass is fashioned after the bass Rudy played in the cartoon series .
Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids Eric Cartman on the bus writing lyrics onto his palm is taken from the film 8 Mile, when Eminem does the same thing on his way to a rap contest.
There is a former Christian boy band called Plus One.
 Faith + 1's songs are based on real-life songs, with the lyrics changed. [
"Three Times My Savior" is based on "Three Times a Lady" by Lionel Richie.
"I Wasn't Born Again Yesterday" was based on "I've Never Been To Me" by Charlene.
"Jesus Baby" is inspired by "Didn't I (Blow Your Mind)" by The Delfonics.
For a fraction of a second before Token swings at Cartman, his fists enlarge in width.
The Faith + 1 album cover in the infomercial and at the myrrh album ceremony is different to the photo that Cartman took, with Token and Butters having swapped places.
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