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Stan and Kyle break off their friendship in this episode, but unlike other times, they don't make up at the end. However, they did make up in the next episode.
Kenny is unhooded at Stan's party and his face is not obscured. He can be seen during the shot of all of the boys who attended Stan's party right after they finished singing "Happy Birthday." He is sitting on the left side of the table, third from the front.
When a news report speaks about the Tween Wave, the network is CNN and not altered as South Park usually does with every network name.
Stan's mobile operator is called "Singular". "Singular" is a parody of a defunct mobile operator called Cingular (now part of AT&T).
All of the boys have an iPod Touch/iPhone, except Kenny who has an iPod Shuffle.
References to Popular Culture
Tween Wave sounds very much like the popular music genre Dubstep.
There are multiple references to the game L.A. Noire in this episode, the boys comment on its gameplay and refer to it by name. It is looked on with a positive perspective in all but Stan's case.
When Randy performs on stage, there's an arcade machine with Custer's Revenge in the background - a video game infamous for its offensive content and widely regarded one of the worst video games ever made.
The song that is played towards the end of the episode is "Landslide" by Stevie Nicks, whose likeness is featured in the episode as "Steamy Nicks" through Randy's partner. "Landslide" was also mentioned earlier in the episode as a song that she wrote.
There are a few references to modern-day pop and R&B artists featured in the episode, most especially in Randy's room at the time he tried to get into Tween Wave. The cover for Gersploosh is a take on the album Scream album by pop-rock band Tokio Hotel. There is a visible poster in Randy's room that says "Bruno Saturn". The name and logo text parodies real pop musician Bruno Mars.
The Doctor that examines Stan mentions the film Zookeeper which was released to theaters on June 8, 2011.
During the move trailers, the featured film, Jack and Jill, was seen five months before the actual movie started on November 11, 2011 (this episode aired on June 8, 2011).
The movie trailer where Stan sees Jim Carrey dancing with a load of turds, is seen by the rest of the boys as Mr. Poppers Penguins.
Gerald's copy of The Police's Synchronicity is the 2003 digipak remastered version.
Randy and Sharon reveal that they aren't happy together and divorce. This is the second time this has happened, the first being in the episode "Clubhouses". As permanent as it initially seems in this episode, they work it out in the next episode.
After the first episode in the season, "HUMANCENTiPAD", it seemed that Liane Cartman had started behaving strictly towards her son, not falling for Cartman's faking of being a good kid, however, this changed again in the next episode, in which Cartman seems to gain control over his mother's life as it was before "HUMANCENTiPAD".
This is the only episode where Cartman and Kyle have seemed to have gotten along throughout the entire episode despite the many years of constant conflict and hostility between each other.
The game Thirst for Blood can be seen in arcade form at the pizza party. Thirst for Blood was a game for the Okama GameSphere in the episode "Towelie".
This is the second time the credits have rolled in silence, the first time being in the episode "Free Willzyx".
This episode caused a massive uproar amongst fans. There were thousands of tweets about whether this would be the last episode of South Park. However, the air dates for the next seven episodes were announced on South Park Studios, and creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker stated their intentions to continue the show.
When Sharon is washing the dishes, the thumb on her right hand switches sides.
At the birthday party, Kyle is sitting next to Liane. However, when the shot moves back to her for the line "every time somebody gets a present...", Kyle (who was present in the shot the last time the angle was used) disappears. He reappears later.
A hidden visitor can be seen at the scene when Randy plays at the bowling alley in one of the shots of the crowd.