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This episode satirizes the two similar controversies about the state flags of Mississippi and Georgia.
When two men are talking about the ball game interfering with the date of the protest, two pairs of feet are seen next to them which connect to two women's bodies as they come out of the supermarket.
Mr. Garrison insists he is not a racist or a Klan member in this episode. However, he was seen in Here Comes the Neighborhood trying to get the "richers" (who were all black) out of South Park by using Ku Klux Klan techniques (Such as dressing up in their robes or burning crosses) and reveals with his last line of the episode that his intentions were purely racist.
This episode is one of two where Wendy is seen without her trademark beret. The other is Funnybot.
Chef's act of burning a monk in protest is a reference to the self-immolation of Thich Quang Duc in 1963, a Buddhist monk who burned himself in a similar fashion.
In the shot of the teacher after he writes Wendy and Eric's name on the board, where Eric should be we can make out an 'AN', meaning the animators put Stan there instead of Eric. [Or, he rather wrote CartmAN]
'Nanners' is British slang for Banana's (only in cerain parts of the country though). 'Going banana's' refers to going crazy.
Channel 4 News reports 3 citizens are for changing the flag, 3 are against changing the flag, and 4,382 are undecided, making the population of South Park approximately 4388.
Kenny explodes after eating a bowl of Kyle's dad's antacids tablets (thinking they were mints) and drinking a glass of water. Following a brief pause, everybody in the room bursts out laughing and clapping, and Stan says, "That was a good one." This is one of many times that Stan and Kyle do not say "Oh, my God! They killed Kenny!"/"You bastards!" This one of the few times they acknowledge Kenny's Deaths as a repeat occurrence.
When Chef notices Jimbo and Ned's KKK outfits, behind a tree, partially hidden by a shadow.