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NBC released a news story following this episode that Yelp were suing South Park for $10 million. Later, a Yelp executive revealed they weren't really suing them.
The name of the new Mexican restaurant, "Nueva Familia" translates to "New Family", as David and his parents are the new family in town.
This is the first episode from Season 19 not to feature PC Principal. Oddly enough, none of the boys even mention him, even the possibility of reporting Cartman for his racist behavior.
References to Popular Culture
In the beginning of the episode, when Gerald writes a Yelp review for Applebee's, Mendelssohn's Hear My Prayer can be heard playing.
Yelp is a crowd-sourced review website where anyone can write a review on restaurants, retail stores, or any other business open to the public.
The scene where Yelpers "behead" the Whistlin' Willy's mascot parodies videos of ISIS soldiers beheading their prisoners. Prior to that, actual footage of ISIS training camps is shown when the news reports on the Yelpers.
Cartman fails to keep his promise from "Stunning and Brave", to become a new and better person. He spends the entire episode taking advantage of restaurants and making fun of David Rodriguez for how he talks.
CtPaTown has been renamed to Shi Tpa Town.
The first person Butters shoots in the balls in "The China Probrem" returns as a Yelper.