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At the Super Phun Thyme, there is a "special" for 2 kids for $12, although the normal admission price for a child is $6.
The "I learned something today" part is parodying the same sentence Kyle or Stan would say at the end of the earlier episodes.
When the criminal pulls a gun on Kenny, that is the closest Kenny got to dying throughout the entire twelfth season.
If you look closely, a girl resembling Rebecca Cotswolds is present at the Pioneer village.
Also if you look closely, when the of Super Phun Thyme is shown, a boy resembling Bradley from "Cartman Sucks" is seen entering.
Kevin, Bradley, Francis, and Red, four students who did not appear at the beginning of the episode, are present during the final scene.
Most of the people in the Pioneer Village resemble characters from Little House on the Prairie.
The criminals parody the gang of thieves from Die Hard.
When Cartman and Butters ride the motorcycle it parodies a scene from the James Bond movie Tomorrow Never Dies, where Bond is driving a motorcycle with Wan Lin handcuffed.
When Cartman and Butters got to Super Phun Thyme a clear homage to Sigue Sigue Sputnik's "Love Missle F1-111" is played in reference to Ferris Beuller's Day Off. In fact, Cartman paraphrases Ferris's "you could miss it" philosophy.
When Butters is crying behind the mailbox with Cartman, his eyebrows disappear for several frames.
Pioneer Paul came to Colorado in 1864 with his mother and father, which means he was a child, he welcomes the children to 1864 shortly after that, however, Pioneer Paul should have been a child at that point in time. This could, however, be meant as a joke.
When looking for a partner, Cartman calls Clyde, Craig.
Near the start of the episode, Pioneer Paul calls Smithy, Chad. Later on, Smithy's name is David Palmer, as noted on his file sheet.
Before the pioneer village worker was shot he said the code began with 52, however, the code was actually 1864. However, this was corrected in the reruns.
Stan says he came from Pagosa Springs, which was founded after 1864.
When David Palmer is executed, the gunshot is silenced, even though there is not one on the gun.