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This episode shows that the power that Wall-Mart had can be gained by another store if it grows too large, as what happened to the store Jim Drugs.
Near the end, when the people find out Wall-Mart's weak point lies in the "heart", Chef says, "Spread the word to other towns" to a military telegraph operator in a parody of the end of Independence Day. A similar scene was in the Season Three episode "Chinpokomon".
The sound used to display time passing (such as when Jim's drugstore increases in size during the last minute) is the sound used in Heroes of Might and Magic III when a new week starts.
When assaulting the Wall-Mart, Kenny, Kyle, and Stan are dressed similarly to the amateur vampire hunters' outfits at the end of The Lost Boys.
When Stan, Kyle, and Randy are going through the Wall-Mart with the changing bargains, the MP3s on sale are called iPee3, referencing the iPod. Also the company that makes the MP3 is Okama, which made the Okama Gamesphere seen in the Season Five episode "Towelie".
The tune Cartman plays on his violin sounds very similar to Papa, Can You Hear Me? from Yentl.
This is one of the many bets that Cartman wins where it was unlikely that he would win; e.g. the Leprechaun from "Imaginationland", getting a Platinum Album in "Christian Rock Hard" (though he gained the equivalent in Christian music, a Myrrh album) and "Red Hot Catholic Love".
One of the grown ups in the Wall-Mart has a "Chinpokomon" doll in her cart.
When Randy stares at the Wall-Mart from his bedroom, Sharon Marsh is seen with and without her blindfold when she is in the bed.
When they see Marvin Marsh as a Wall-Mart greeter, Sheila Broflovski asks Sharon if he's her father, to which Sharon says yes. Marvin, however, is Sharon's father-in-law, and Randy's biological father. Sharon may have answered "yes" as Marvin is her father-in-law.
After Stan and Kyle destroy Wall-Mart's heart, Kyle says, "We'd better get out of here." but says it in Stan's voice.
When Randy Marsh goes to the Wall-Mart at night, to the left of the old lady someone further behind somehow walks closer. A man in the back was walking to the left, while a woman closer to the door was walking to the right; when the two crossed, the man was over the woman, with only her legs being shown.
When the boys walk up to the rebuilt Wall-Mart, the 'W' in Wall-Mart is lowered twice between the scenes where they're walking in and walking out.
The first Walmart Super Center opened in 1988, however, it is stated in the episode that it opened in 1987. This confusion may come the fact Walmart celebrated its 25th anniversary in 1962-1987 and opened the first super-center in 1988.