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The episode is based on the premise that societies will find ways to war against each other even without differing religious principles.
Kyle and Butters only appear in one scene, though Butters did appear in the recap of the previous episode.
Cartman's robot dog and cat are named K-10 and KIT-9. When the numbers are switched, this comes to K-9 and KIT-10, or canine and kitten.
Cocka-3 is one number higher than Cocka-2, equals cockatoo, which is a type of bird.
The Nintendo Wii was released on November 19, 2006.
The New Hampshire Museum of Technology is a satire on the many real historical museums in that state.
Richard Dawkins is an outspoken atheist, ethnologist, and author of the books The Selfish Gene and the God Delusion.
The opening narrative and music, as well as much of the rest of the episode, is a direct reference of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, as well as several other films dealing with time travel and the future.
The title of the episode was a reference to the P.D. Eastman children's book Go, Dog, Go. The roman numeral designation is arbitrary according to the DVD commentary.
The three Atheist groups in the future (Allied Atheist Alliance, United Atheist Alliance, Unified Atheist League) are a reference to the Judean socialist resistance groups in Monty Python's Life of Brian (The Judean People's Front, the People's Front of Judea, and the Judean Popular People's Front).
The use of "credits" is a common science fiction cliche for future currency.
The Crank Prank Timephone, and the radio interference heard during its use, is a reference to the film Frequency.
The word "Timephone" on the box is rendered in the same font as the title of the film Blade Runner.
Cartman and K-10's entry into the house of the boys with the time phone, is similar to a scene in Terry Gilliam's "Brazil", where two mechanics comically try to enter Sam Lowry's house.
The otters seem to be wearing scouters, technological devices worn by the Saiyans in the Dragon Ball series.