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The men chanting "Out of the malls and into the streets!" is a reference to Dog Day Afternoon.
Cartman's metrosexual shirt has a picture of Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe.
When all the men are shopping, the wives are in a semi-depressed mode. But for some reason Liane Cartman, who is unmarried, is with them acting depressed. This is likely because of the fact that Cartman is shopping with them or that even the single men are shopping and acting gay, thus keeping her from getting male attention.
This is the first time where we see a lock of Kenny's hair sticking out of his parka (metrosexual ones).
Strangely, in this episode Butters Stotch is seen as one of the kids that beats up Kyle, as seen by his hair moving in the backround.
This is the first time where Craig is shown without his hat.
This episode again demonstrates Kyle's inability to follow popular fads and trends. The first time this happens is in "Chinpokomon".
This is yet another time that Cartman has suggested that they kill Kyle. This was also done in "Toilet Paper" and "Grey Dawn".
When Mr. Garrison and Mr. Slave comes to Chef's house to ask him for advice, Chef says "Black people always used to say, 'I'm in the house' instead of 'I'm here.' But then white people all started to say 'in the house' so we switched it to 'in the hizzouse.' Hizzouse became hizzizzouse, and then white folk started saying that, and we had to change it to hizzie, then 'in the hizzle' which we had to change to 'hizzle fo shizzle,' and now, because white people say 'hizzle fo shizzle,' we have to say 'flippity floppity floop.' ". The last phrase was earlier included in the episode "Osama bin Laden Has Farty Pants", where Bin Laden said the similar phrase "A flippity flappity floop! Jihad jihad!".
At the end of "Follow That Egg!", the metrosexual versions of several characters, including Randy Marsh, Stuart McCormick, and several other parents can be seen celebrating in the crowd.
When the men decide to unite when Sharon Marsh says "This is crazy!", Jimbo disappears when Randy replies.
When the women are at the Marsh family's home discussing how much they enjoy their husbands' new metrosexual style, Sarah Valmer (Jimmy's mother) refers to her husband as "my Steven", even though his name is actually Ryan.
When Craig and his gang pick on Kyle outside, Lizzy can be seen walking over the springy elephant.
Despite being seen with Pip, Kevin and Timmy in the hallway, Jimmy is not seen in the classroom with the other boys.
During the scene in the mall when the men are arguing with the women, Kyle's voice can be heard even though he's not present.