This page contains trivia for "Bloody Mary". Remember, trivia must be factual, provable, and it is always best to cite your source for not-so-obvious trivia. If you would like to dispute a trivia point, please discuss it in the article comments.


  • The episode's title is derived form the alcoholic drink of the same name.
  • The leader at the front stand of Randy's Alcoholics Anonymous group is the same guy who was in charge of the weight loss camp in "Fat Camp".


The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights condemned this episode for its treatment of the Virgin Mary. They demanded an apology to Roman Catholics and that the episode "be permanently retired and not be made available on DVD." In particular they also demanded that Joseph A. Califano, Jr., a member of Viacom's board of directors and a practicing Catholic, issue his own statement of condemnation. Califano did later release a statement calling the episode an "appalling and disgusting portrayal of the Virgin Mary," and pledged to have it reviewed. When Comedy Central subsequently reaired all the episodes from Season 9 in late 2005, "Bloody Mary" was noticeably absent from the broadcast.



  • After the Karate lessons, one of the background characters disappears.
  • Randy Marsh's eyebrows disappear while he's in line to see the Bloody Mary statue.
  • When Randy tells Stan to drive the car, he states that he is eight when ever since "Fourth Grade", he has been nine.
  • Before Randy comes into the classroom after the bell rings, Kenny McCormick is not in class. When the camera pans to the class again, he appears.

Hidden Visitor(s)


Randy sitting in his car, with a "visitor" appearing in the back window.

When Randy Marsh is going to visit the Bloody Mary statue, a visitor is seen through the rear window of his car.

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