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  • Barack Obama's description of Kyle as a "kid who made a buzz in the social media this week" was a reference to a Muslim Sudanese-descent American kid Ahmad, who was arrested that same week for bringing a clock he made by himself to school and was mistaken for a bomb.
  • The plot is a reference to 2016 Presidential candidate Donald Trump's announcement that he'll build a wall over the U.S.-Mexican border should he become President. The Canadian President is modeled after Trump, and Garrison's plan to get rid of the Canadians is a reference to the then ongoing immigration debates.
  • Both Garrison and the Canadian boy are both right about Rome's fall. It was a variety of issues, the Goths included, that drove the Roman Empire into ruin and ultimately crumbled.

References to Popular Culture

  • Chuck Mangione is a popular Jazz musician known for playing the song "Feels So Good".
  • Caitlyn Jenner saying "Buckle up, Buckaroo" to Kyle is referencing the popular catchphrase "Buckle Up, Buttercup".
  • Caitlyn Jenner appears. Every time she drives away, she runs somebody over, a reference to the car accident she was involved in in February 2015 (when she was still known as Bruce).
  • Canadians moving to the US due to having no other option is a reference to the European migrant crisis.
  • The Canadian president is dancing to the song "The Saftey Dance" by Men Without Hats.
  • Many of the fictional Canadian customs performed in this episode, such as them performing "Feels so Good" by Chuck Mangione on trumpet while the east at 8 AM, references the custom of Muslims to pray five times a day towards Mecca, Saudi Arabia in the East.
  • The subplot of Butters and Charlotte is meant to be a reference to the film The Lion King II: Simba's Pride, which in turn is based upon Romeo and Juliet written by William Shakespeare.
  • Canadian cuisine:
    • Poutine (fries, cheese and gravy)
    • Tourtière (a meat pie)
    • salami, and some green stuff


  • Cartman did not keep his promise from "Stunning and Brave" to stop ridiculing Kyle's ethnicity and religion. Throughout this episode he accused Kyle and his people of being in a conspiracy plot to ruin the USA with immigrant Canadians.
  • Like the previous season, the current season uses recurring storylines.
  • This is the first episode to focus on Mr. Garrison, since "Eek, A Penis!"
  • Many Canadian background characters are shown as Canadian immigrants.
  • Kyle gets merited for his speech about Caitlyn Jenner in the previous episode.
  • PC Principal is still principal at South Park Elementary and will remain principal for the rest of the season, probably in the next season also.
  • This is the second time Mr. Garrison is fired, the first time being "Cherokee Hair Tampons".
  • This is the second time the song "The Safety Dance" has been used. The first time was at the teen hangout in Asspen.


  • They portray Canada as having a President, however, in reality, Canada has a Prime Minister.

Bradley Biggle Sightings

In every episode of Season 19, Bradley Biggle can be spotted in the background, much like the Visitors were in previous Seasons.

  • In the scene after PC Principal is talking to Mr Garrison, the poster that in earlier seasons showed a picture of a visitor and the text "Have you seen me?" appears with the visitor replaced with Bradley Biggle.
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Story Elements

Caitlyn Jenner • "Feels So Good" • Mr. Stkrdknmibalz • "Where Has My Country Gone?" • Canadian WallCharlotteBarack ObamaCanada • "The Safety Dance" • Canadian President • "Canadian Alphabet" • Charlotte's MotherThomas (Charlotte's Father)


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