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TupperWear = Token (He is the only black superhero there. He has a "T" on his belt, which could stand for "TupperWear" or "Token").
Toolshed = Stan (His raven black hair distinguishes him from the rest and the fact that Randy wonders where his tools are when in the next scene, Stan is shown having Randy's tools on his belt).
The Human Kite = Kyle (Identified by a process of elimination, and dialogue with Stan).
Iron Maiden = Timmy (He not only yells "Timmeh!" but is also in a wheelchair).
Mint-Berry Crunch = Bradley (His hair style and voice is the same).
Mysterion = Mysterion's identity is revealed in the following episode.
The episode had the working title: "Coon 2: Rise of Captain Hindsight".
Jambu and Tom Cruise are shown once again when DP plans to drill a hole on the moon.
This is the first time Bradley Biggle appears as part of the boys' extended gang.
This is also the first episode Bradley has a major role, speaking more than one line.
Clyde Frog can be seen wearing a Coon mask when the Coon is talking to Mint-Berry Crunch.
References to Popular Culture
The hole to another dimension causing creatures to attack the world may be a reference to the Stephen King short story and film "The Mist".
Near the end of the episode, H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu arrives on earth, and what appears to be an Elder Thing and a Mi-Go, two other Lovecraft Characters from another dimension arrive on earth and begin to attack humans.
The scene in which Cartman attacks Mosquito and Mint-Berry Crunch is a parody of a scene from the 1971 Stanley Kubrick film A Clockwork Orange, where Alex attacks Dim and Georgie. The "La Gazza Ladra Overture" plays in accordance.