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The Large-Breasted Woman was performed live by porn actress Lisa Daniels then animated later. This technique is called roto-scoping.
This episode used to have a TV-MA-LSV rating, but they changed it into a TV-14-DLSV rating in the later airings.
This episode shows Gerald Broflovski without his Kippah for the first (and only) time.
When Kyle leaves his room to answer the doorbell, a doll of one of the Joozian executives can be seen on his floor.
The scene in which Gerald Broflovski gives a press conference is a reference to former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer's press conference when he was forced to resign.
Kenny's mouth is briefly seen when he vomits.
References to Popular Culture
The Loc-Nar Trophy mentioned is a reference to the Loc-Nar, the central villain in the film Heavy Metal.
The drug sequences in this episode reference the 1981 animated film Heavy Metal.
Kenny's car is a 1979 black Pontiac Trans Am, unlike the white Corvette featured in Heavy Metal. Due to the animation difficulty, a 3-D model was sometimes used in the scenes.
Gerald's plane is B-17 bomber the same as the one shown in Heavy Metal. However, in the film, the plane's name as indicated by the tags was "Pacific Pearl", unlike Gerald's which was "Jewish Princess".
In the attic where Cartman hides the cats, there is a picture of Arthur Conan Doyle, and he tells his cat to "write a diary".
When he goes out to let in Rufus, Cartman wears a fedora and overcoat similar to Oskar Schindler in Schindler's List.
This is one of several episodes that focus on Kenny after his death in "Kenny Dies".
In Kenny's house, a bullet hole in the window is visible, referencing his death from "The List".
This episode featured Kenny's first speaking appearance of the season.
Mr. Kitty reappears in this episode, having only been occasionally mentioned since "Cat Orgy".
In the scene where Kyle's mother finds the cat hidden in her son's dresser drawer, there is a photo of Kyle with his pet elephant near the window on the nightstand. This is a reference to the episode "An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig".