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  • This episode marks the last appearance of Leslie Meyers, as she was killed by PC Principal.
  • It is revealed that Mr. Mackey was responsible for getting Principal Victoria fired, since he was tired of always being used by her.
  • The townsfolk buying guns for protection satirizes the NRA and US citizens paranoia that the second amendment will be taken away by anti-gun advocates.
  • PC Principal's speech at the end about the dangers of ads is a subtle reference to the rise of ISIS.
  • This is the second appearance of the Mrs. Farnickle since "Lil' Crime Stoppers".
  • SoDoSoPa has a Russian counterpart called НЁЅТOЯЁK SoЙoЯoPa.
  • Butters is still in a neck brace from trying to commit suicide in "Safe Space". In addition, he is seen Skyping Charlotte, whom he formed a relationship with in "Where My Country Gone?"
  • When Randy is yelling at the Whole Foods Market, Kevin McCormick isn't seen with his family.
  • Although the subplot of this episode is focused on guns, only one gun was fired in the episode.
  • This is the last episode to date to feature Officer Barbrady, as Matt Stone and Trey Parker have stated that he is being written out of the show.

References to Popular Culture

  • The Ads are very similar to the Blanks, the antagonists of the 2013 science-fiction-comedy film The World's End. Both can perfectly imitate humans, are relatively fragile and both bleed a blue liquid when damaged or destroyed. Furthermore, PC Principal fights a group of them at a pub, similarly to a scene near the end of the film.
  • PC Principal uses the Voight-Kampff test question (turtle in the desert) from the film Blade Runner on the Russian bar patrons, in order to tell if they are human or Ads.
  • The commander on the naval ship is named "Weathers", a reference to actor Carl Weathers.
  • The gun show is a parody of the annual Thanksgiving Day broadcast of the National Dog Show, which is also sponsored by Purina, a pet food company.


  • Tweek and Craig are seen holding hands in the school hallway as a continuation of their relationship since "Tweek x Craig".


  • Kenny is standing on the left to Karen while Randy is yelling at the Whole Foods. The scene right after the Whole Foods lifts into the air, Kenny is standing in front of Karen, and to the right of her.
  • When Classi throws her nail polish on the floor, no sound effect is heard on impact.

Bradley Biggle Sightings

In every episode of Season 19, Bradley Biggle can be spotted in the background, much like the Visitors were in previous Seasons.

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Story Elements

ClassiThe South Park Gun ShowLeslie MeyersThe Lofts At SoDoSoPaNathanJimmy ValmerJimbo's GunsWhole Foods Market


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