This page contains trivia for "Le Petit Tourette". Remember, trivia must be factual, provable, and it is always best to cite your source for not-so-obvious trivia. If you would like to dispute a trivia point, please discuss it in the article comments.


  • The episode's title is a play on the title of Jean-Luc Godard's 1963 film "Le Petit Soldat."
  • When Cartman is in the toy store, there is a game called Wolf on one of the shelves. This is a reference to Okami, because the box art is identical except for the fact that the game's title is, "Wolf".
  • This is one of only five episodes not to censor the word "shit" in broadcast. Others include "Ike's Wee Wee", "It's Christmas in Canada", "It Hits the Fan", and "Imaginationland Episode III".
  • Stan and Kenny do not speak in this episode, but both can be seen in a few shots.
  • Cartman's maternal grandma died in "Cartmanland".
  • Butters is shown urinating in the same way as in "Erection Day" and "Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy".
  • Cartman sings the song "I've Got a Golden Ticket" from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Twice.
  • The explorer mascot for the Toy Safari store seen at the start of the episode looks suspiciously like the leader of of the Super Adventure Club, the group who brain washed Chef into being a pedophile, resulting in his near death in "The Return of Chef".
  • When waiting for an apology from Kyle, Bugs Bunny sounds effects are used for Cartman's blinking.
  • Craig is jealous of Cartman and Thomas for having Tourette's because of fan speculation that he has Tourette's.
  • The pedophile at the beginning of the episode is one of Cartman's assistant in "Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy".
  • Cartman lets slip that he cries at night as he has no father.
  • At the toy store you can see a alien toy that's looks like the one from "Spookyfish", but bigger.
  • This is one of the few, if not the only, episodes where Cartman actually learns a lesson, even if Kyle did not mean for him to.
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