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The title for this episode is a mix of all the Lord of The Rings movie titles (The Return of The King, The Fellowship of The Ring and The Two Towers).
References to Popular Culture
Butters Stotch falling into the video tape drop box is reminiscent of Gollum falling into Mount Doom.
As the boys enter Bailey, they pass by a group of a kids playing Harry Potter. Three of the kids are dressed up like Harry Potter, Severus Snape, and Ron Weasley. Cartman laughs and calls them fags.
The sixth graders on their bikes play the roles of the Ringwraiths, who are unable to cross water, and who are able to "sniff" out the Fourth Graders.
When the Sixth graders ride out with the bikes, a sign behind them reads "More-Doors Doors", a reference to the land of Mordor from The Lord of the Rings.
When the boys enter Bailey, Stan says "Perhaps the ringworm of Bailey is about!", this is a possible reference to Ringwraiths.
According to the DVD commentary, the audio coming from the video tape Butters watches by accident is from an actual porno.
The boys, as well as many other each took roles similar to those of characters in The Lord of the Rings. Although boys seem to have specific characters in mind to play, they occasionally shift characters.
When Randy and Sharon Marsh arrive at Butters' house, they are wearing their night clothes, but after they find out they switched the two tapes by mistake, they're wearing their ordinary clothes, then back to their night clothes in the next scene.
Before the parents find Jimmy, Randy, Sharon, Sheila and Gerald are in one car and Butters' parents in another car. After they talk to Jimmy, Sheila and Gerald are seen in their own car.
When the sixth graders get together to hunt down the fellowship, Scott Tenorman is seen in the group despite being a 9th grader.
Right before Jimmy gets run over by the 6th graders, he's missing his cape.
When Randy and Sharon unintentionally watch the Lord of the Rings, the narration depicts seven rings being given to the race of men, seven to the Elves and 5 to a ficticious race. In the real film and book the rings bequeathed were as follows.
- Three were given to the Elves
- Seven rings to the Dwarves
- Nine given to Men