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  • Images of the Space Shuttle Challenger explosion are seen during Kyle's flashbacks about "how lame shuttles can be".
  • The live action scene was filmed at Marina Del Rey harbor in Los Angeles.
  • The actors portraying the boys during the live-action re-enactments are: Michael Zazarino as Stan Marsh, Brandon Hardesty as Eric Cartman, Eli Bildner as Kyle Broflovski, and Josh Beren as Kenny McCormick.
  • Both this episode and "Faith Hilling" featured live action scenes this season.
  • The boys are the only recurring characters that have speaking roles.
  • This is the second episode with a documentary theme. The first episode was "Crippled Summer."`
  • This episode is the second to reference programs on Animal Planet, the first being "Jewpacabra".
  • During the live-action reenactment, the actors portraying Kenny and Kyle have brown hair and the actor portraying Cartman has the wrong colored shirt. These inconsistencies are a parody of reality show reenactments, which lack detail and are overdramatized. [1]
  • Mr. Hankey's aircraft, designated the Seven Turdy Seven, resembles the quad-engine Boeing 747, as opposed to the twin-engine Boeing 737.
  • This is the first time since "Pinkeye" that Kyle was the one to say, "Oh my God, they killed Kenny!"
  • Kenny was the only one that did not get interviewed most likely since he was dead at the time.
  • Kyle had the idea of going to the city pool despite the fact he is grosses out by them in "Pee"

References to Pop Culture


  • During the closing montage it was mentioned that Stan made an awareness campaign so successful that he ended up "Jackin' it in San Diego" for a second time. The first incident occurred in "Butterballs".
  • Kenny's death in this episode marks the only of the season.
  • This episode marks the first appearance of Mr. Hankey since the "200" and "201" arc. However, he doesn't speak with his real voice in this episode and is only shown in pictures and as real-life feces.
  • Cartman insults Kyle for being Jewish, which indicates his attitude towards Judaism has reverted since "Jewpacabra".


  1. "Why was live-action Kenny a brunette?". South Park Studios FAQ (May 3, 2012).
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