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  • On July 23, 2014, an uncensored version of the episode was aired on television. It is unknown if this was intentional or just a mistake. This was probably intentional as the uncensored version aired yet again on August 28, 2014. The episode was aired uncensored yet again on October 29, 2014 and about a year later on October 28th, 2015. It's likely that Comedy Central will never censor this episode again. 
  • The name of this episode parodies the 1968 science fiction/drama movie Night of the Living Dead.
  • This episode parodies George A. Romero's zombie movies: the scene with the scientist in his house explaining the physiology of homeless people is almost completely identical to a scene from Romero's 1985 movie Day of the Dead, and the adults being stranded on the roof of the Community Center plus the modifying of the bus is a direct nod at the 2004 remake of Dawn Of The Dead.
  • The scene where Randy guards, and subsequently kills Glenn, is a parody of a similar scene in Dawn of the Dead, wherein Roger is killed by Peter.
  • The scene where the scientist tries to commit suicide by shooting himself several times is also a reference to Day of the Dead, where the scientist was killed by soldiers by ridiculously excessive amounts of bullets.
  • Zombie films were originally parodied in "Pinkeye".
  • Mayor McDaniels' assistant Ted, apparently dies in this episode.
  • The boys parody the song California Love sang by late rap artist Tupac Shakur.
  • During the song, Cartman says "Right by Matt's house, you can chill if you're homeless". This is a reference to Matt Stone, one of the creators of South Park.
  • The woman jogging in California is the lesbian that Mrs. Garrison has sex with in the episode "D-Yikes!".
  • Ironically, the burnt woman encountered in Evergreen looks exactly like a zombie.
  • Sarah's mom from "Lil' Crime Stoppers" makes a cameo appearance in the roof.
  • The idea for the homeless may have been from the movie Gangs of the Dead where the homeless were the first ones to become zombies.
  • The term "change" has been said over 80 times, mostly by the homeless.
  • Some of the homeless people from this episode appeared in "Naughty Ninjas".

  1107: "Night of the Living Homeless" edit
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GlenEvergreenPark County Community Center • "California Loves the Homeless"


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