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- In the episode's trailer only Stan was shown to be aware of the fact he may be the source of the opium supplied to the entertainers like Chuck E. Cheese (there was no reference to other characters in it) while Kyle, Cartman and Kenny were depicted joyfully supporting Marcus Preston's chase after the drug dealer, however in the actual episode it was changed that all boys were shocked and knew what was going on. Compare Image 1 and Image 2
- Prominent students such as Heidi Turner, Jimmy Valmer, Token Black, Timmy Burch are nowhere to be seen in the opening Marcus Preston's birthday scenes.
- This is Marvin Marsh's first appearance in Season Twenty-One.
- Shady Acres was completely redesigned and is more detailed.
- The name of the Shady Acres' receptionist is revealed to be Vicky, while the two male nurses are Tony (Asian) and Toby (white).
- In Marvin Marsh's room there are pictures seen in episodes such as Cash For Gold (featuring him and his now deceased Border Collie) and a full family photo, as seen in the Marsh Residence throughout the series. Also, three new photos are featured, one of which is of Marvin with Grandma Marsh as a young couple, the other is of Great-Great-Grandpa Marsh, and the third is a silhouette-like depiction of a middle-aged man.
- In the cafeteria of Shady Acres a poster with the title "How To Manage Your Diabetes" can be seen above the food lounge, and to its left is a poster about heart disease.
- The J&G Shopping Network makes a cameo in the TV, promoting the sales of German Hummels.
- Chuck E. Cheese is depicted differently to his official look in this episode, probably for copyright reasons.
- Interestingly, the person dressed as "Swiper" from Dora the Explorer was a white woman, while the "Peppa Pig" from Peppa Pig was an African American male, despite both characters belonging to the opposite sex to their characters. This seems to be intended for humor.
- When Vicky asks Eric Cartman if the boys are from the Protestant Youth Squad, he doesn't understand what she is talking about and replies: "Yes, we're young prostitutes".
- There are familiar old people in the nursing home from previous episodes, including Mrs. Farnickle, the woman who hired the boys to look for her missing pie at the beginning of "Lil' Crime Stoppers" and the lady who had a car accident in "Grey Dawn". It is likely their situation has since changed such as their respective spouses may have died and therefore they needed to be placed under care.
- The "Merry Wanderer", "Happy Traveler", "Ride Into Christmas" and "Stormy Weather" Hummels that are shown are actual figurines from the Hummel Collections.
- The songs that the kids sing a cappella style at Shady Acres are:
- "Insane in the Membrane" by Cypress Hill
- "Milkshake" by Kelis
- "Rape Me" by Nirvana
- "Two Princes" by Spin Doctors
- "When I Come Around" by Green Day
- The song that plays when the interior of Shady Acres is first shown is "Stressed" by Continental Five.
- The song that plays when Ms. McGillicutty is first shown is "Brick In Yo Face" by Stitches.
- Killer Mike of Run the Jewels performs an original song for this episode called "They Got Me Locked Up in Here".
- According to the South Park Twitter account, Trey Parker wrote the song and Killer Mike recorded it two days before the episode aired.
- Marcus Preston is voiced by Josh Gad, who is a fan of the series and starred in the original Broadway production of The Book of Mormon. He is also credited as a producer for this episode.
- According to the South Park Twitter account, A.J. Holmes is one of the singing voices in the Barbershop Quartet. He had also starred in the Broadway and London production of The Book of Mormon and is credited as a consultant for this episode.
References to Popular Culture
- The video game that Butters and Cartman are playing while Stan blocks the TV screen is Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. The game was published by Ubisoft, who also published the South Park games South Park: The Stick of Truth and South Park: The Fractured But Whole.
- For "Movie Night", Shady Acres is showing:
- Monster a Go-Go (1965), often considered one of the worst movies ever made
- Funny Girl (1968)
- Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968)
- They Call It Murder (1970)
- Bad boys (1983)
- Dr. Zonder, Dr. Biber, Dr. Carroll, and Dr. Poonlover are among the many medical staff members seen attending the convention at the conclusion of the episode.
- Hummels were previous mentioned in "Do the Handicapped Go to Hell?", as Satan had the "Boy with Umbrella" figurine.