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Matt Stone and Trey Parker's normal voices can be heard during the music video.
The shot seen in the promotional image of Stan's video is never seen in the episode itself.
In " Quest for Ratings", the Raisins girls were shown in new, skimpier uniforms. However, in this episode, they have seemingly reverted to their old, original uniforms.
The aircraft used by Stan Marsh is a Boeing 777-300ER, an elongated twin-engine aircraft whose appearance is distinguished by having 5 exits.
Stan Marsh exits San Diego International Airport through its second aircraft terminal.
Here is a list of all the background participants in Stan's video: The cheerleaders, The Goth Kids, the basketball team, the Vampire Kids, the 6th graders (Including the leader and his two friends), The Ginger Kids, The Raisins Girls, the Kindergartners, Casey Miller, Bill Allen, Fosse McDonald, Bridon Gueermo, Thad Jarvis, Mike Cooper, Dougie O'Connell, Kip Drordy, Pete Thelman (3rd grader) and Tammy Warner.
References to Popular Culture
Stan's video, " Make Bullying Kill Itself", is a parody of the " lip dub" genre. The video as well as Stan's inserted laugh ("In America, haw-haw") specifically parodies this anti-bullying YouTube video by Cypress Ranch High School.
 Stan's success of the " Make Bullying Kill Itself" video leads to his public breakdown in San Diego, California; this is a reference to Jason Russell of the Kony 2012 viral video campaign, who was hospitalised after being found naked and screaming in San Diego. .
 " Captain Kangaroo" was mentioned in this episode. It is a children's TV program which ran from the 1950s to the 1980s.
When Stan goes to San Diego, Jerry Sanders, the mayor of San Diego, is shown advertising San Diego in a mock commercial. He is surrounded by a green blur, indicating a poorly-performed greenscreen.
Butters assumes his alter ego, Professor Chaos, is a way to gain confidence and stand up against his abusive Grandma. Professor Chaos was last seen in " Coon vs. Coon & Friends".
In Stan's video, a boy holds a sign with "Bullying is so 2000-Late!" written on it. The catch phrase "2000 and late" has been used in a few episodes. The Black Eyed Peas made it popular with the song " Boom Boom Pow".
This episode marks the first appearance of Grandma Stotch. She was mentioned only in " Butters' Very Own Episode", " Freak Strike", " Margaritaville" and " Reverse Cowgirl". Her voice actress is unconfirmed, credited as 'Donna Dooby' but this is likely a pseudonym.
Many South Park characters return since their last appearance in older seasons; such as Jesus, the Raisins Girls, the 6th Grader Leader, Dougie, Bridon Gueermo, Damien Thorn, the Kindergartners, Kip Drordy, and Pete Thelman. In addition, many formerly one-off characters make their second appearance in this episode, such as Thad Jarvis, the Vampire Kids, Mike, Casey Miller, the basketball team, and the cheerleaders.
Cartman says "vajayjay" meaning "vagina" like he did in the episode " Reverse Cowgirl".
This is the second time someone calls Butters' Professor Chaos costume gay, the first time being in " My Future Self n' Me".
At the school assembly, many children can be seen twice or more in the crowd, as well as some alternate versions of characters. This includes Tommy Turner, Bill Allen, Sally Turner, Jenny, Kevin Stoley, Nate, Bebe Stevens, Annie Knitts, Francis, and some unnamed characters.