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The episode lampoons public indifference to school shootings.
It is revealed that the school has 200 students.
Randy is seen drinking John Adams beer, a parody of the Sam Adams brand of beer.
During the credits "#cancelsouthpark" is prominently seen in the background. The hashtag was used during the advertising campaign for Season Twenty-Two. It would continue as a running gag in the credits into the season.
Mrs. Biggle's first name is revealed to be Harriet.
Token and Nicole appear to be reconciling.
Hugh, the winner of an Omaze campaign to appear in a South Park episode, appears in the background in this episode, in the school hall waiting to surprise Sharon.
This is the first episode to feature the new 2018 Comedy Central logo.
References to Popular Culture
Two references to the Marvel Cinematic Universe are made:
When Cartman is questioning Token on having not seen Black Panther, he utters "Whatcha talkin bout Willis?", which is the catchphrase of the character Arnold Jackson from .
Diff'rent Strokes Randy communicates using charades twice in the episode.
Cartman mentions being threatened with a ban from if he flunks math.
Fortnite Randy serenades Sharon with " (Where Do I Begin?) Love Story", an Andy Williams song from 1970.
During the final school shooting scene, what appears to be a depiction of Chase from the CGI Nick Jr. series PAW Patrol can be seen on Billy's lunchbox.
At the dinner table, Randy has John Adams beer and garlic bread on his plate, even though he went gluten-free back in Season Eighteen and was drinking gluten-free Pabst Blue Ribbon.
The Hall of Honor from is shown in this episode that features previously deceased characters affiliated with the school.
South Park: The Stick of Truth The psychiatrist from " T.M.I." reappears.
Token and Nichole are mentioned to have gotten back together, referencing their breakup in " Skank Hunt".
Cartman mentions that Black Panther made $1.3 billion in the domestic box office. However, that figure was actually Black Panther's worldwide gross; its domestic gross was $700.1 million.