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  • The actual name of this Hebrew tradition is: "Brit"; while "Bris" is the Yiddish name coined by Ashkenazi Jews.
  • When Mr. Mackey says "sensitive, authoritative bullshit", it marks the first time the word "shit" was broadcast uncensored in an episode. It was uncensored for the original 10 PM airing, but all other showings censored the word. It is also censored on the Season Two DVD set. 
  • It is revealed that Ike is a Canadian and is two years old.
  • Ever since the recurring characters Terrance and Phillip were established to be Canadians in the Season One finale "Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut", and the subsequent Season Two premiere "Terrance and Phillip in Not Without My Anus", all Canadian characters on South Park have shared the same simplistic design: having simple beady eyes, and a floppy head made up of two halves. While Ike had been on the show since its first episode, the writers originally did not know that he was going to be Canadian; he was retroactively made one based on his aesthetic similarity to Terrance and Phillip.
  • This episode suggests Mr. Mackey's head is so large because he wears his tie too tight. Without it on, his head is the size of Timmy Burch's.
  • Near the end the alphabet-line in the classroom is shown, which actually says "diosmiohanmatadohakennybastardos", which is Spanish for "Oh my God, they killed Kenny!" and "You Bastards!" However, there is an error because it should say "hanmatadoakenny" instead of "hanmatadohakenny".
  • This episode marks the debut of Mrs. Stevens. The only differences is that she is wearing a magenta blouse and navy blue pants and she isn't revealed to be Bebe's mother until "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society".

References to Popular Culture

  • In his lecture on drugs being bad, he points out that musicians John Lennon and Paul McCartney made LSD popular. Both experimented with LSD in the 60's along with the rest of their band mates in the Beatles.
  • When Mr. Garrison is high, he is watching the children's television show Teletubbies.
  • A heckler makes a joke to Mr. Mackey referencing iconic Simpsons character Homer Simpson. The punch line to the heckle is a variation of Homer's catch phrase "D'Oh", saying "Dope" instead.
  • While walking home drunk, Mr. Mackey is singing the Pat Benatar song "Love Is a Battlefield". The song was from Pat's 1983 album Live From Earth.
  • As Mr. Mackey is stumbling through town in a drugged haze, there is a riff playing that is a parody of the theme to the sitcom Seinfeld.
  • When Mackey realizes that he's in the same situation as students he busted years earlier for drug use he says the line "Oh. O fortune! Uh-how you mock me!" Which is a line taken directly from the 1599 play The Pleasant Comedie of Old Fortunatus written by Thomas Dekker.
  • Father Maxi makes almost no effort to perform a Jewish burial service, instead taking the traditional Anglican burial ritual and inserting Judaic references haphazardly.
  • Jimbo tells Mackey to go to a Greatful Dead concert, to which Mackey responds he can't because "Jerry Berry" is dead. The Greatful Dead was a rock n roll band that performed from 1965-1995. They were heavily influenced by drugs and were part of hippie culture. Their lead singer Jerry Garcia was nicknamed "Jerry Bear". On August 9, 1995 he was found dead, the combination of drug abuse, weight and sleep apnea were linked as the cause of his death.
  • Mr. Mackey is captured and taken to his intervention by Mr. T and the The A-Team. The A-Team (which featured Mr. T playing the role of B.A. Barackus) was about a team of ex-soldiers hiring themselves out as soldiers of fortune for people who needed their help. The series ran from 1983-1987.
  • Among his gibberish, Ike says the name "Cookie Monster" a popular cookie eating monster from the children's show Sesame Street.
  • Mr. Mackey is sent to the Betty Ford Clinic a drug rehabilitation center that was founded in 1982. It's well known as a place where celebrities (such as Elizabeth Taylor and Stevie Nicks) have gone to try and kick their addictions. It was founded by former first lady Betty Ford who was an alcoholic.
  • Dr. Schwartz says "His father had it, his grandfather had it... and his brother had it." This could be a reference to Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, when Luke tells Leia about his families use of the force.


  • When Kyle is getting ready to run away with Ike, a picture is seen with him and his elephant. This image, which is almost always shown in his room throughout every single season, is taken from "An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig".
  • Bill Allen's father, previously seen in "Damien", mocks Mr. Mackey from a car, right before Mackey enters the bar. This is his only reappearance in the series to date.
  • When Chef asks the boys "What is more sacred to a man than anything else in the world?", Cartman replies "Ham?" and Kyle says "No not ham you fat fuck!" This line is taken from the short, The Spirit of Christmas.


  • After being killed, Kenny appears again in the classroom after the bris. When they show all the classmates, Kenny is there in his desk, but in the next shot of the classmates, he is gone again.

Kenny's Death

  • At the graveyard shortly after Ike's funeral, he falls into a grave and is crushed by a tombstone, followed by another short funeral. Kyle doesn't give a crap because he has discovered that Ike is not his true brother.
  • It may be possible that Kenny had a second death, as he was first seen in the classroom and it showed the alphabet behind behind Mr. Garrison which read "diosmiohanmatadohakennybastardos" which translates to "Oh my god, they killed Kenny! You bastards!" Then it suddenly disappeared (see below) which may have meant he got killed.

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