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This episode reveals that Ike loves Spider-Man as a hero.
The episode is meant to satirize the public's disregard and general disbelief that sexual crimes can be carried out by beautiful women, or women in general.
When a police officer asks Sergeant Yates if they still should press charges against Ms. Stevenson after she lied about being a drunk, he says, "Who are we gonna arrest, Johnnie Walker?", which is a brand of scotch.
This episode was originally entitled "Nice", as the men in the episode sometimes exotically say "nice" when it came to Ms. Stevenson.
When Ms. Stevenson and Ike leave to Milan and Kyle hears them, a small toy version of a Joozian and a spaceship can be seen in his room as a reference to "Cancelled".
The song that plays when Kyle is at Ms. Stevenson's house looking for Ike is "Afternoon Delight" by Starland Vocal Band.
The dumb character Leeroy from Cartman's crew reappears as a pedophile in Chris Hansen's show (however, he is not shown as one of the people who shot themselves though) in "Le Petit Tourette".
The song that plays during the montage of Ike and Ms. Stevenson is "Can't Fight This Feeling" by REO Speedwagon.
Pop Culture References
Cartman dresses up like Duane Chapman from Dog the Bounty Hunter when he becomes a Hall Monitor. His music video shares resemblances from that of the shows. His assembled team is based on Duane Chapman's crew. Beth looks just like Cartman, just with longer hair and her large breasts (likely implants) covering her face.
Ms. Stevenson's lie that she was an alcoholic was labeled as the Mel Gibson Defense by Cartman, referencing Mel Gibson's excuse for his bigoted slanders when he was pulled over by police.
When Ms. Stevenson tells Ike they're running away to Milan, Ike misinterprets the word as "Mulan", which is an obvious reference of the Disney movie, Mulan.
The rehab center where Ms. Stevenson goes is shown to have a literal revolving door with many people entering and leaving; this would seem to be a commentary on how frequently people (especially celebrities) enter and leave rehab.
When Cartman and his crew arrive at the hotel, the truck they came in disappears from the background, and reappears in the next shot.
Upon entering the lobby of the Hilton, Beth bear maces an employee who is not wearing a hat. The next time the lobby is shown, the maced employee is seen wearing a hat.
In the crowd, when Ms. Stevenson is defending herself, Mrs. Tucker appears along with Mr. Tucker. in the next shot, Mrs. Tucker has a duplicate standing near her.
In the SUV before Cartman and his crew pull up to the hotel, Cartman says 'Beth, tell Leeroy to pull up here!', however the driver's name is actually Earl. Leeroy is the crew member sitting beside Kyle.
At the standoff on the rooftop, two of the officers holding guns have three arms.