-The cafeteria is serving "Chinese Duck Salad w/Gravy"
-The song Grandpa plays on the tape deck for Stan is obviously a parody of Enya's "Orinoco Flow" -The first person they fling into the side of Cartoon Central is Mr. McKormick. Who is the father of Kenny McKormick. Maybe that's why Kenny's death was not as cool this time, his father had the cooler death.
-Both Stan and Kyle's moms are named "Carol"
-In the beginning of the show Grandpa's cake is missing from the table in one shot and then back in the next.
-The South Park kids are standing outside a window watching Terrence and Phillip on TV. They are wearing space suits with American flags on them even though they are clearly CANADIAN.
-The TV show Terrence and Philip is about fart jokes. If you take their initial you get TP which is the abbreviation for Toilet Paper popularized by Beavis's Cornholio alter-ego character from Beavis and Butthead.
-When the kids take temporary sanctuary in Stan's room, you can see a picture of Shelley, wearing her headgear.
-Someone has heard from friends that Terrence and Philip share remarkable similarities to the show "Bananas in Pajamas". As Terrence and Philip are denoted in the show by a T and a P, the only marked difference between Bananas one and two are the numbers (1 and 2, duh) on their shirts. Also, the show alledgedly boasts such lame-ass jokes as "Hey, B1, I'm wearing pajamas." "Hey, B2, so am I!" "Hahahahaha!"
-When Death takes great-great grandpa away at the end of the episode, he is accompanied by a slug-like Kenny, which was kind of cool.
-When Grandpa takes Stan into the other room to play him the song (trying to show him what it's like to be him) he inserts a cassete tape into the stereo, but the stereo shows "CD" on the front as if a Compact Disc is currently playing.
-While Cartman is watching Terrence and Phillip, you can see a picture of him and his mother at Mount Rushmore.
-There are two posters on the door of Stan's room.
-The black board contains a fairly intricate explanation of a white dwarf. A white dwarf is one of the latest stages a star can take in its lifetime after it has ballooned out into a massive star; it is also quite dense and the writing on the black board refers to this in a way which would only be seen in high school physics class (at the earliest).
- the whole episode seems centered around, perhaps, the adult audience's reaction to southpark....it seemed to me like the writers of southpark we're just saying "f*ck you" to all those people in our society that we're angry with southpark...or maybe they were addressing the general topic of the critics that say that TV isnt suited for children and it corrupts them.
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