Liane takes up a job at the South Park Realtors amid rising house rents, which in turn attracts her son into the real estate agent business. Eric Cartman eventually forms his own real estate company known as the South Park Realty Group, and makes a showcase video of several houses. In response, the South Park Realtors creates their own video advertisement of the Coney Island Hotdog.
Liane later quits her job, and ends up selling their house and living in the hotdog stand.
Cartman has since expressed displeasure on the living conditions of the hotdog stand. Upon discovering that a mansion is being built opposite their house, he devises a plan to have Liane undergo a breast implant surgery, hoping that she would be attracted by the owner and then taken into the mansion. This plan is ultimately rejected by Liane, with Cartman receiving the surgery for himself.
The Coney Island Hotdog is an abandoned hotdog stand, situated on a dirty patch of land, with parking lots marked just outside. The building itself takes the shape of a hotdog bun, flanked by a model of a hotdog itself with toppings. There are two flag poles at the back, carrying the United States and Colorado flags.
As a result of the Cartman family moving in, the house is left in an untidy state, with much of their furniture unpacked and several boxes lying around. Eric Cartman is seen using the sink, which could only dispense ketchup and mustard.
- "City People" - Cartman and Liane move in.
- "Help, My Teenager Hates Me!" - Cartman invites the boys and their fathers to eat hotdogs.
- Coney Island Hotdog is based on a real diner in Bailey, Colorado called Coney Island Colorado.
- In "The Unaired Pilot", a similar looking hotdog stand can be seen in the intro, it is likely also based on Coney Island Colorado.