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This episode satirizes Al Gore's campaign against climate change.
Some of the stalactites and stalagmites in the Cave of the Winds are clearly shaped like penises.
When Eric Cartman is eating the treasure while drinking it with water, his water bottle reads "WOTTUR".
During the whole episode, instead of saying "serious", Al Gore says "cereal" or "super cereal". This is referencing Gore's lisp in his voice when he speaks.
When the woman in the tour tells her husband (who coincidentally is named Stephen) to take a picture of the wind, her voice is similar to Linda Stotch's voice.
In the audience of Al Gore's Manbearpig speech, Loogie can be seen in the third set of bleachers behind Kevin Stoley. Two seats to the left is who appears to be Terrance Mephesto, who supposedly died during Mecha-Streisand, but has made several appearances since.
References to Popular Culture
The music as Al Gore walks to ambush the boys as Manbearpig is reminiscent of the Doctor Who series.
The "Cave of the Winds" is a tourist attraction in Colorado.
The Komfort Inn is a parody of the Comfort Inn hotel chain.
Cartman trying to sneak the treasure out of the cave by eating it is a reference to the 1985 film Goonies and Corey Feldman as Clark "Mouth" Devereaux who does the same thing.