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*How Apple was able to track Kyle is a reference to the discovery that certain Apple products would record the location of the user at regular intervals.
 
*How Apple was able to track Kyle is a reference to the discovery that certain Apple products would record the location of the user at regular intervals.
 
*The "Toshiba HandiBook" is likely a parody of the Toshiba Thrive.
 
*The "Toshiba HandiBook" is likely a parody of the Toshiba Thrive.
*The plot of the episode involving Gerald trying to rescue his abducted son Kyle resembles the 2003 film ''Finding Nemo. ''
 
 
*Cartman appeared on Dr. Phil to discuss his mother screwing him over, or "fucking" him.
 
*Cartman appeared on Dr. Phil to discuss his mother screwing him over, or "fucking" him.
 
*The Council of Geniuses getting together to perform the "quickening" is a nod to the ''Highlander'' movies and TV show.
 
*The Council of Geniuses getting together to perform the "quickening" is a nod to the ''Highlander'' movies and TV show.

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Trivia

  • Kyle Broflovski's email address is 69ingchipmunks@me.com.
  • Throughout the episode, there are remarks that translate to mocking how few people read terms and conditions, mainly with Apple user agreements.
  • According to this episode, Kyle weighs 83 lbs.
  • It is revealed in the episode that Gerald Broflovski is a PC user.
  • The name of the man at the front of the HUMANCENTiPAD is revealed to be Junichi Takiyama who also featured in "City Sushi".
  • This was chosen to be the episode shown in the South Park Documentary "6 Days To Air".

References to Popular Culture

  • The episode's title, and part of the plot, refers to Tom Six's The Human Centipede.
  • When Cartman has a tantrum in the store over the iPad, he quotes Al Pacino as Sonny in the movie Dog Day Afternoon when he is negotiating with Detective Eugene Moretti over the hostages in the bank.
  • How Apple was able to track Kyle is a reference to the discovery that certain Apple products would record the location of the user at regular intervals.
  • The "Toshiba HandiBook" is likely a parody of the Toshiba Thrive.
  • Cartman appeared on Dr. Phil to discuss his mother screwing him over, or "fucking" him.
  • The Council of Geniuses getting together to perform the "quickening" is a nod to the Highlander movies and TV show.
  • The Vulcan surface from the Star Trek episode "Amok Time" is used by the Geniuses to convert Gerald to Apple.

Continuity

  • Liane now seems almost entirely unable to fall for Cartman's faking of being a good little kid. Cartman is now unable to make her buy him anything he wants and he seems to be trying even harder than he used to.

Goofs

  • When they are playing with the ball, you hear the ball hit before it is actually shown as making contact.
  • Despite his disappearance at the end of "Coon vs. Coon & Friends", Bradley Biggle can be seen playing ball in the school yard at the very beginning of the episode.
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