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Prior to the 2016 United States Presidential Election, this episode's title was "The Very First Gentleman". The promo that accompanied it showed PC Principal introducing a school rally with Bill Clinton, who PC Principal introduces as "someone now in office" who can bring about gender equality. However, this episode was re-titled to "Oh, Jeez" after Donald Trump's victory.
Additionally, "President-Elect Sandwich" was a working title before it got changed to "The Very First Gentleman".
At the school assembly, the girls are sitting opposite the boys, with a clear divide between the two.
The episode aired with one uncensored instance of the word "fuck" when President Garrison gave his acceptance speech. This was likely a mistake, since the episode has since re-aired with this part censored.
This episode reveals that Butters' parents are in fact aware of his actions and role in the "Wieners Out" movement and have heavily grounded him for them, although this has no effect on Butters' actions.
Skankhunt's government code name "Von Miller" is a reference to NFL player Von Miller for whom recently signed the largest contract for any player of the Denver Broncos history.
At the end of the episode, Cartman and Heidi are looking down on the SpaceX building from a hill. SpaceX is a privately funded company founded by Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk that works on aerospace manufacturing and space transportation, with plans to build a colony on Mars in the near future. (~2021-2031)
References to Popular Culture
In the beginning of the episode, Randy yells "You maniacs," referencing the 1968 film Planet of the Apes.
"Never Gonna Give You Up" is the subject of a popular Internet prank known as "rickrolling" involving misleading links (commonly shortened URLs) redirecting to the song's music video.
There are several references to the James Bond series made during Gerald's infiltration of TrollTrace.com (whom he likens himself to earlier): among these references include Gerald's gray suit resembling the one Bond wore in From Russia with Love, as well as his usage of a gadget-laden attache case (although Bond's didn't contain an EMP in that film) and to the dining scene between Bond and the eponymous villain in Dr. No during Gerald and Lennart Bedrager's confrontation.
Somewhat ironically, Gerald's plot of having to stop a powerful organisation from launching a surveillance program is similar the 2015 Bond film Spectre, in which Bond attempts to stop the titular organization from launching a program that would give them unlimited surveillance of several key nations, which would be used for nefarious purposes, with one of those purposes being to spread chaos, similarly to TrollTrace.com.
Bill Clinton asks Butters if he had his heart broken by a girl, to which he lyingly responds "no". Although he's lying about the situation, this is referring to Charlotte breaking up with him via Skype in "Wieners Out".
When Gerald is brought to the TrollTrace building, one of the Danish employees opens Gerald's door without closing his own door. In the next shot, however, his door is closed.