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Kyle's ringtone is " Maniac" by Michael Sembello.
Kenny only has a small role in this episode and Stan only appears in crowd scenes.
A squirrel wearing a top-hat can be seen once again during the Easter egg hunt.
The Jewpacabra is a pun of the real unidentified creature called the Chupacabra, which is a Spanish phrase that translates into English as "Goat Sucker". Jewpacabra translates as "Jew Goat".
The water slide Cartman goes through is based on two real rides called the "Serpent Slide" and the "Leap of Faith" at a water park called "Atlantis" in the Bahamas" .
 In the church, Cartman starts singing "Jesus loves me, this I know, 'cause Republicans tell me so" to the rhythm of the chorus of the song (which in that version is: Spooky Mormon Hell Dream Jesus hates you, this we know, for Jesus just told you so!), from Matt Stone and Trey Parker's musical, The Book of Mormon.
This episode shows Kyle cares for Cartman, letting him go after he is left bloodied and chained and taking to his bed at three o'clock in the morning.
References to Popular Culture
The first person view of the hunter looking through the binoculars is a nod to the Predator film series.
The scene where Kyle Broflovski frees Cartman and puts him in his bed mimics a scene from the movie where Lucy finds Linus asleep in the pumpkin patch, takes him home, and puts him to bed. It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
 The cryptozoologist team is a satire of Animal Planet program .
Finding Bigfoot Cartman compares himself to documentary film maker James Cameron when hunting the Jewpacabra.
When the title card "Cartman's Passover Holiday Special" dissolves into "Jewpacabra", it's a parody of the opening credits of John Carpenter's .
The Thing In Cartman's dream, the song he sings with the pharaoh, his father, is likely a reference to the animated musical, Prince of Egypt, which deals with Moses, Rameses, and the Exodus.