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* Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson from The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS) featured in ''[[Ghost Hunters]]'' are called in to investigate. Both have stated that they loved the parody.
 
* Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson from The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS) featured in ''[[Ghost Hunters]]'' are called in to investigate. Both have stated that they loved the parody.
 
* [[Eric Cartman|Cartman]] makes several references to Chipotle Mexican Grill, an American fast food restaurant specializing in Mexican cuisine.
 
* [[Eric Cartman|Cartman]] makes several references to Chipotle Mexican Grill, an American fast food restaurant specializing in Mexican cuisine.
* Most of the products [[Billy Mays]] pitches are fictional, with the exception of ''The Big City Slider Station'' and ''Mighty Mend-It''.
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* Most of the products [[Billy Mays]] pitches are fictional, with the exception of ''The Big City Slider Station'' and ''Mighty Mend-It''. Though, [[wikipedia:Chipotle Mexican Grill|Chipotle]] is a fast casual restaurant that exists in real life.
 
* When [[Ike Broflovski|Ike]] tells his therapist that he "sees dead celebrities" he paraphrases the famous quote "I see dead people" from [[M. Night Shyamalan]]'s film ''The Sixth Sense''.
 
* When [[Ike Broflovski|Ike]] tells his therapist that he "sees dead celebrities" he paraphrases the famous quote "I see dead people" from [[M. Night Shyamalan]]'s film ''The Sixth Sense''.
 
* The episode parodies the film ''Little Miss Sunshine'' and the show ''Toddlers & Tiaras'', with the children's pageant.
 
* The episode parodies the film ''Little Miss Sunshine'' and the show ''Toddlers & Tiaras'', with the children's pageant.

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Trivia

  • According to this episode, Stan apparently has a stronger digestive system than Cartman, or as Cartman puts it, a "golden rectum of the Gods".
  • While waiting at the Denver's Hospital for Children, Kenny is seen reading a Coco magazine.
  • Cartman said that they still show Billy Mays' commercials, but they are actually taken over by his friend and co worker, Anthony Sullivan.

References to Popular Culture

Continuity

Goofs

  • When Billy Mays is trying to sell his products in Purgatory, he is seated next to Kennedy and Richardson and behind some background characters. At the end, when they land in Hell, he is seated next to someone else. At the part where all the celebrities yell, Mays is no longer present.
  • In the scene where Cartman shows them Mays selling a product for cleaning blood stains out of underwear, they start out in Cartman's house when they go to the TV. However, when they go back to see the boys' reaction to the commercial, they are in Kyle's house.
  • In a deleted scene, viewable on the Season 13 DVD and Blu-ray, where the boys and Michael Jackson (in Ike's body) were in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California, the tombstone shows a death date of 25 July - Jackson actually died on 25 June. However, many people believed this to be a clue that Jackson is alive.
  • The male doctor says he will let Dr. Phillips take care of it, but the woman's tag says, "Dr. Tangina."

Hidden Visitors

  • When Ike is announced winner of the pageant, a hidden Visitor wearing a wig and makeup is visible in the last row of the theater.


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Story Elements

Ike BroflovskiBilly MaysChipotlawayMichael JacksonPurgatoryGhost Hunters • "Just a Little Girl"

Media

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Release

South Park: The Complete Thirteenth Season

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