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Mr. Kitty has undergone a redesign for this episode.
The ending credits feature the full ending theme and shows pictures of "cat breading", instead of the song being cut off and showing a clip from the episode.
The dialogue between the presidential candidates are recordings of actual conversations.
The "Taylor Swifting" meme references a real video meme of dogs scooting across the floor.
This episode over emphasizes and over exaggerates deaths from re-enacting memes due to the same reaction of deaths from planking.
The video that Professor Lamont showed the kids was copyrighted 2010, but the styles and video quality was clearly 1980's.
In this episode, Mr. Kitty angrily hisses at Cartman and at one point almost scratches him, showing that Mr. Kitty is sick of Cartman abusing him all the time.
A running gag throughout the episode is that various characters get hit by a GE Genesis train in different paint schemes when standing in the middle of train tracks, or in the most ridiculous locations and circumstances.
References to Popular Culture
Sunday Night Football - The song Eric Cartman sings at the end is a parody of the Sunday Night Football on NBC theme song.
Taylor Swift and Faith Hill - Taylor Swift and Faith Hill are popular female country singers.
Oh Long Johnson... - talking cat - This episode uses footage from the "Oh Long Johnson... - talking cat" YouTube video.
The Selfish Gene - Professor Lamont was explaining memetics, a concept created by Richard Dawkins in his 1976 book The Selfish Gene.
The Hunger Games - In the newspaper that the the boys were reading, a review of the film The Hunger Games can be seen.
2000 and late - Repeatedly mentioned throughout the episode, 2000 and late is a reference to a line in the Black Eyed Peas song Boom Boom Pow.
Tom Brady - New England Patriots' quarterback. The seated pose he took on the field after his team lost the 2012 Super Bowl became known as "Bradying". 
Tim Tebow - Former quarterback for the Denver Broncos and New York Giants. The kneeling pose he would take while praying on the sideline became known as "Tebowing". 
Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli - Fictional character from the T.V. series Happy Days. His trademark gesture of giving two thumbs up and saying "Eyy!" is referred to as a meme from the 1970s known as "Fonzing"