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The French newspaper featuring the picture of Cartman and the Cow translates to "A young chubby boy from Colorado, United States, found a ginger cow Sunday. He was walking through a pasture when he stumbled upon it. Authorities are perplexed about who owns it or where it came from. All the town of South Park is astonished with the discovery. More news after the [jump?]."
The website irnnews.ir, appearing on the screen, is a parody of the original iribnews.ir website.
The Persian news anchor seems to be an animated version of Reza Hosseinzaadeh, an actual news anchor on IRIB's Channel 1.
One of the Japanese news anchors commit suicide by splitting his guts open and having a co-worker decapitate him, This is known as Seppuku a Japanese ritual of commiting suicide by splitting your stomach open and ripping the organs, and (depending on the choice of the person committing suicide) can involve decapitation.
Kenny is seen holding an iPhone, although his family's financial state isn't very good. This might be because he is holding it for somebody else or his family could afford one.
References to Popular Culture
The red heifer is part of real religious prophecy. Some believe that the sacrifice of a red heifer will bring about the inauguration of the Third Temple and the end times.
Cartman still refuses to acknowledge he has a small penis as he did in "T.M.I.".
Kyle is the third character to be referred to as "Fart Boy". The first was Pip Pirrup in "Damien", and the second was Damien Thorn briefly during the same episode.
The French newspaper article about Cartman finding the ginger cow is poorly translated. Most notably, there are no accents used, and gingembre is used, a word which only refers to the spice ginger. Red hair is called rousse in French.
While Al Aziz seems to be a parody of the Aljazeera Network (a Qatari broadcaster), the staff speak Persian and the next scene jumps to what appears to be a parody of Channel 4, one of the 16 national channels of the official Iranian broadcaster, IRIB.