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This page contains trivia for "Jewpacabra". 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

  • Kyle's ringtone is "Maniac" by Michael Sembello.
  • This episode is so far the last appearance of the South Park Church.
  • Kenny only has a small role in this episode and Stan only appears in crowd scenes.
  • A squirrel wearing a top-hat can be seen once again during the Easter egg hunt.
  • The Jewpacabra is a pun of the real unidentified creature called the Chupacabra, which is a Spanish phrase that translates into English as "Goat Sucker". Jewpacabra translates as "Jew Goat".
  • The water slide Cartman goes through is based on two real rides called the "Serpent Slide" and the "Leap of Faith" at a water park called "Atlantis" in the Bahamas"[1].
  • In the church, Cartman starts singing "Jesus loves me, this I know, 'cause Republicans tell me so" to the rhythm of the chorus of the song Spooky Mormon Hell Dream (which in that version is: Jesus hates you, this we know, for Jesus just told you so!), from Matt Stone and Trey Parker's musical, The Book of Mormon.

References to Popular Culture

  • The first person view of the hunter looking through the binoculars is a nod to the Predator film series.
  • The scene where Kyle Broflovski frees Cartman and puts him in his bed mimics a scene from the movie It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown where Lucy finds Linus asleep in the pumpkin patch, takes him home, and puts him to bed.[2]
  • The cryptozoologist team is a satire of Animal Planet program Finding Bigfoot.
  • Cartman compares himself to documentary film maker James Cameron when hunting the Jewpacabra.
  • When the title card "Cartman's Passover Holiday Special" dissolves into "Jewpacabra", it's a parody of the opening credits of John Carpenter's The Thing.
  • In Cartman's dream, the song he sings with the pharoh, his father, is likely a reference to the animated musical, Prince of Egypt, which deals with Moses, Rameses, and the Exodus.

Continuity

  • As of this episode, all the main four boys, except for Stan, have converted and or said they were another religion
  • This is the second Easter themed episode. The first one was "Fantastic Easter Special".
  • After years of ridiculing Jews, Cartman converts to Judaism. It seems he reverted at some point between this episode and "I Should Have Never Gone Ziplining".
  • This is the second episode where Cartman has a dream about being in a historical time period. The first episode was "I'm a Little Bit Country".
  • Dr. Schwartz can be seen in a photograph when Kyle exits his room after he wakes up.
  • Cartman breaks into Butters Stotch's room for the second time; the first was in "The Death of Eric Cartman".

Goofs

References

  1604: "Jewpacabra" edit
Story Elements

Pharaoh of EgyptMr. BillingsBigfoot Field Researchers OrganizationEaster Egg HuntAncient EgyptSooper FoodsAtlantis Hotel and Casino • "Maniac" • "Our Love Grows"

Media

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Release

South Park: The Complete Sixteenth Season

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