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This page contains trivia for "The Death of Eric Cartman". Remember, trivia must be factual, provable, and it is always best to cite your source for not-so-obvious trivia. If you would like to dispute a trivia point, please discuss it in the article comments.


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  • The idea of having Cartman eat the skin off of an entire tub of fried chicken came from a similar script meeting one evening when the writing staff were sitting around a table having a bucket of KFC for dinner while they discussed ideas and someone mentioned how terrible it would be if someone stole all the skins when everyone else was out of the room.[1]
  • This episode contains cameos of Sally Struthers, Ms. Claridge and Scott Tenorman during Cartman's song 'Make it Right'.
  • On the graves of Mr. and Mrs. Tenorman it says that they died in 2003, however the "Scott Tenorman Must Die" episode aired in 2001. This is due to the 'floating timeline' where every year gets bumped up due to the characters not aging at a real time pace.
  • When Cartman gives a fruit basket to Ms. Claridge, if you look on the far left, there are two preschoolers fighting over a toy, one of them looks very similar to Butters by his hair and clothes.
  • Sally Struthers has been dieting since her appearance in "Starvin' Marvin in Space" - she is back to her original appearance, as opposed to looking like Jabba the Hutt from Star Wars.
  • There are two graves near the Tenorman's that say "A. Kutch(last part is blocked by Scott's head)" and "K.Bryant".
  • In bed, Butters is wearing a Chinpokomon shirt instead of his usual pajamas.
  • This episode seems to end Kenny and Cartman's "best" friendship, which had been touched on in "Kenny Dies" and "Best Friends Forever". It never seems to fully recover in the future episodes not even after everyone stopped giving Cartman's the silence treatment.

Eric Cartman's Fruit Basket Montage

  • Principal Victoria - For various misdeeds over the course of the series.
  • Ms. Claridge - For setting her on fire maiming her for life.
  • A Jewish Synagogue - For his anti-Semitism and intolerance of other cultures.
  • Scott Tenorman - For having his parents murdered and then tricking Scott into eating them.
  • An Abortion Clinic - For when he convinced mothers to abort their babies so he could make a stem cell replica of Shakey's Pizza in "Kenny Dies".
  • Mr. Anderson - Fixes his fence instead of giving a fruit basket.
  • The Special Olympics - For impersonating a handicap child in order to compete in the games.
  • Sally Struthers - Butters and Cartman leave a fruit basket at her door.

References to Popular Culture

  • When Butters hid himself in the kitchen cabinet, he mentioned he saw a ghost like 'that boy in the movie'. Butters was referring to the M. Night Shyamalan movie The Sixth Sense.
  • When Eric Cartman and Butters try to resolve all the bad deeds with the help of a psychic is a reference to the TV show Ghost Whisperer.
  • When Cartman and Butters visit Scott Tenorman in the graveyard there is a gravestone that reads 'A. Kutcher' on it, in the background. This a reference to actor Ashton Kutcher and the movie he was in called The Butterfly Effect.
  • In Butter's room during Cartman's rampage, several games can be seen on the bookshelf. Among them is a board game titled "Ollie Otter" which is a reference to the Talking Critters Series of books for kids.

References

  1. South Park: Season 9 DVD Boxset Episode Commentary


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Story Elements

Eric CartmanButters StotchKFCRed Cross Blood Bank • "Make It Right" • Doctor Lindsay

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Release

South Park: The Complete Ninth Season

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