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* [[Mr. Garrison]]'s final speech is ironic given his actions in "[[Mr. Garrison's Fancy New Vagina]]" where he immediately wishes for a sex change back when he realizes he can't get an abortion.
 
* [[Mr. Garrison]]'s final speech is ironic given his actions in "[[Mr. Garrison's Fancy New Vagina]]" where he immediately wishes for a sex change back when he realizes he can't get an abortion.
 
* When Mr. Garrison is talking to the Police Chief about his missing penis, a framed photo of a child who looks remarkably like Stan can be seen hanging behind the Police Chief's desk. The boy is not wearing Stan's hat, but his hair is similar to Stan's whenever his hat comes off and he is wearing the football jersey and number that Stan wore in "[[Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride]]." Whether this was intentionally done by the writers or simply coincidence is unknown.
 
* When Mr. Garrison is talking to the Police Chief about his missing penis, a framed photo of a child who looks remarkably like Stan can be seen hanging behind the Police Chief's desk. The boy is not wearing Stan's hat, but his hair is similar to Stan's whenever his hat comes off and he is wearing the football jersey and number that Stan wore in "[[Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride]]." Whether this was intentionally done by the writers or simply coincidence is unknown.
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* This episode is the last to focus on Mr.Garrison until Season Nineteen's ''[[Where My Country Gone?|Where My Country Gone]] ?''.
   
 
==References to Popular Culture==
 
==References to Popular Culture==

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Trivia

  • Mr. Derp cameos in the background when Garrison returns.
  • Mr. Garrison's final speech is ironic given his actions in "Mr. Garrison's Fancy New Vagina" where he immediately wishes for a sex change back when he realizes he can't get an abortion.
  • When Mr. Garrison is talking to the Police Chief about his missing penis, a framed photo of a child who looks remarkably like Stan can be seen hanging behind the Police Chief's desk. The boy is not wearing Stan's hat, but his hair is similar to Stan's whenever his hat comes off and he is wearing the football jersey and number that Stan wore in "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride." Whether this was intentionally done by the writers or simply coincidence is unknown.
  • This episode is the last to focus on Mr.Garrison until Season Nineteen's Where My Country Gone ?.

References to Popular Culture

  • The mouse with an ear on its back is a reference to the Vacanti mouse.
  • The escape and pursuit of the penis-backed mouse is an allusion to the runaway Archie, a mechanical penis constructed by Kryten in the Red Dwarf series episode "Pete".
  • The song that the penis-backed mouse sings in the moonlight is a reference to "Somewhere Out There" from An American Tail.
  • Cartman's stint teaching in an inner city school is a parody of the film Stand and Deliver.
  • The high school Cartman teaches at is named Jim Davis High School. In Stand and Deliver, the school was Garfield High School. Jim Davis is the creator of the Garfield comic.
  • The title of the episode is a reference to the Jamaican reggae singer Eek-a-Mouse.
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