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Tweek is afraid to put the nose on the snowman for fear that it'll come to life and kill him. Stan says, "When has that ever happened...except for that one time?" This is a reference to The Spirit of Christmas: Jesus vs. Frosty.
When Chef sings to the boys after he finds out they killed Ms. Choksondik, the music is reused from the episode "Fat Camp".
Cartman correctly pronounces authority instead of saying it like "authorit-ah". He also does this during the song "Minorities at my Water Park" in the episode "Pee".
Even though many characters are "simpsonized" they all look like actual characters from the show.
Dougie - Bart
Ms. Crabtree - Otto Mann
Mr. Garrison - Smithers
Chef - Dr. Hibbert
News Anchor - Kent Brockman
Ms. Choksondik - ?
Mr. Mackey - Mr. Burns
Stephen Stotch (Unseen) - Principal Skinner
Linda Stotch (Also unseen but heard) - Mrs. Krabappel
Stan and Kyle - Martin
Timmy - Ralph
Cartman - Nelson
Tweek - ?
Liane - Lunchlady Doris
Mr. Hat - Groundskeeper Willie
A bottle in the background in the autopsy room is labeled "HITLER."
Matt and Trey made this episode due to their ideas for episodes having been used by The Simpsons already.
Many fans believe that Ms. Choksondik really died from actually choking on Mr. Mackey's penis, thus fulfilling the irony of her name and ending her life. It is unknown what happened to Mr. Mackey as he was only seen as Mr. Burns in the episode.
The boys use the lyrics "Hammer Time" from the song "Can't Touch This" by MC Hammer as a warning when somebody is coming while their in the autopsy room. Tweek sings some of the song when he fails to remember the code words.