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This is one of the few times this series has actually used the real name of a company, usually coming up with parody nicknames (i.e.:Wall-mart instead of Walmart or YouToob instead of YouTube). However, Facebook is spelled as "FaceBook" in this episode, probably due to copyright issues.
Stan is using a 386 computer - a beige box straight out of the '90s - but he has the latest in monitors.
When Kip got on Stan's friends list, Big Gay Al is on the end of his friends profile.
Clyde's birthday is revealed to be April 10th.
Stan has liked Cartman's podcast. This may have been before Stan logged into his account, when Cartman would still have had access to the account's password.
Kenny does not reappear after the first scene of this episode.
References to Pop Culture
Kyle's computer model in this episode looks like the 2002 iMac G4.
Throughout most of the last two acts, Stan, along with everyone else on Facebook, is dressed as Tron from the film Tron.
Cartman acts like Jim Cramer, the host of CNBC's Mad Money. The format and use of various auditory and visual effects in the webcast strongly resembles those of Mad Money as well.
The farm game Kyle was playing is a parody of the game FarmVille.
Randy acts like Bill Lumbergh, the boss from 'Office Space', along with other characters taunting and repetitively asking Stan if he has noticed their Facebook requests.
The computer saying "I'm afraid I can't let you do that, Stan Marsh" it is a reference to the film 2001: A Space Odyssey.
The portrait of a sad clown in Kip's room on his bedroom wall is a parody of a similar painting in The Sims.
The "Facebook World" that Stan is sucked into is similar to the Tron movies. Stan also askes if they can just ride Speeder Bikes instead of playing Yahtzee, another reference to Tron.
Stan's profile turning rogue is also a reference to Tron, refencing how Clu turned against Flynn.
Contrary to Stan having 845,000+ friends on Facebook, the social networking website currently limits each user to just 4,999 friends at a time in real life.
When Kip Drordy is added as a friend by Kyle, the Friend Request box says: "Confirm Kyle as your Friend?" Then, when the shot goes to Kip and back to the Friend Request box it says: "Accept Kyle as your Friend?"
Facebook requires all subscribers to be at least 13 years of age. However, profile pages are shown with birthdays in 2001 and 2003. The boys would've most likely just changed their birthdays after joining, though.
During Yahtzee, Stan's opponent says "Uhhh, I'm gonna count five in my five box." The dice on the table are three 3s, a 1, and a 4. There is no 5 that he could have recorded on his game paper.
When playing Yahtzee with Stan, his profile claimed to have a "Large Flush" although it is actually a "Large Straight".
When Kyle is playing on Farmville and Stan's digital form appears on the screen, he is shown to have 14 friends. However, by this point, he is supposed to only have Kip, Stan, and the Jewish boy he met on Chat Roulette.
On Mad Friends, Cartman mentions that Kyle had 55 friends on Facebook before he added Kip, but in a scene where Kyle sees his number of friends ignoring him, he had 30 friends, although it is possible that his friends ignored him before he noticed. In the beginning, Kyle said he had only 37 friends.
Stan mentions that Susan92 is 92 years old to Wendy, but later on when he is at his profile's chat party, Susan92 appears to be much younger.
Cartman once again mentions Casa Bonita, where Clyde's birthday party is taking place.
This is the second episode in which Wendy has behaved erratically and unbalanced in regards to her relationship with Stan. The first time in the Season One episode, "Tom's Rhinoplasty".