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This page contains trivia for "Faith Hilling". Remember, trivia must be factual, provable, and it is always best to cite your source for not-so-obvious trivia. If you would like to dispute a trivia point, please discuss it in the article comments.


Trivia

  • 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.

Continuity

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.[1][2]
  • Taylor Swift and Faith Hill - Taylor Swift and Faith Hill are popular female country singers.[3][4]
  • Oh Long Johnson... - talking cat - This episode uses footage from the "Oh Long Johnson... - talking cat" YouTube video.[5]
  • The Selfish Gene - Professor Lamont was explaining memetics, a concept created by Richard Dawkins in his 1976 book The Selfish Gene.[6]
  • The Hunger Games - In the newspaper that the the boys were reading, a review of the film The Hunger Games can be seen.[7]
  • 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.[8]

Goofs

  • After Cartman lectures Mr. Kitty, an extra pair of his feet can be seen as he leaves the room.
  • How was a train supposed to get in the middle off the road and the middle of a conference room, and whats weird is that even though they can see the train from a mile away they don't seem to care.

References

  1603: "Faith Hilling" edit
Story Elements

Ambassador of HumansRon PaulMitt RomneyNewt GingrichRick SantorumTalking CatColorado Republican Debate (2012)‎‎Planned Parenthood ClinicCafé MonetProfessor Lamont"Faith Hilling""Taylor Swifting""Oh Long Johnsoning"Bloody Sunday: The Dangers of Memeing • "The Only Memeing I'll Ever Do" • 7-11

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Release

South Park: The Complete Sixteenth Season

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