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Also, Slash's tophat and curly hair can be seen in the window display outside the studio.
On the National Inquistion cover, a picture of Yoko Ono with the line "BREAKUP! 'Still Not My Fault!'" can be seen, referring to accusations that she was responisble for the breakup of the band, The Beatles.
The magazine covers, "Peeps", "Vague", "Belle" and "The National Inquisition" are references to real life publications "People", "Vogue", "Elle" and "The National Enquirer"
The episode title has a double meaning. First being reference to Beavis & Butthead, created by Mike Judge. The second is a reference to Jennifer Lopez's "big butt" and Ben Affleck's "flat face" seen in profile, as mentioned in the commentary for this episode.
This episode has a similar plotline to the Jack Black comedy, School of Rock, in which a con man named Dewey Finn impersonates his teacher roommate Ned Scheebly, so he'd make money.
References to Popular Culture
Cartman uses Jennifer Lopez for his Latino Cultural Diversity speech. This act is a reference to famous ventriloquist puppet act created by Señor Wences and his hand puppet Johnny.
Cartman and his Jennifer Lopez puppet uses a word for word dialog at the mall from the 1979 film The In-Laws, which in turn also made reference to Wences and Johnny.
Ben Affleck did enter into a relationship with Jennifer Lopez in real life, in which they made the movie together called Gigli.
The song H'ennifer Lopez sings during the date with Ben Affleck is a parody of Michael Jackson's 1972 hit "Ben".
During the start of Kyle's presentation, Tricia Tucker can be seen in two places at once.
After Cartman's presentation, when the whole crowd is applauding, Kyle is seen smiling, even though he should not be smiling. It's likely that Kyle faked the smile to hide his anger.
The store sign Cartman/Jennifer Lopez make the song at was named "Ur Da Star" but the employee says, "Welcome to Make Your Own Video."
The magazine covers in Jennifer Lopez's dream show her as Cartman's right hand, but for most of the episode, she is shown as Cartman's left hand.