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Stan and Wendy eventually got back together in the Season Eleven finale.
This episode marks the debut of both the Raisins girls and the Goth Kids.
Cartman appears not to know how to play football, even though he played it and knew perfectly well how to play it in " Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride."
Stan and Wendy appear to still have feelings for each other in the Season Nine episode " Follow That Egg!".
While the girls are performing the YMCA, Loogie can be seen sitting at the table with sauce around his mouth.
All of the girl waiters have names of automobile companies ( Mercedes, Lexus, Porsche, Ferrari).
When Stan leaves the goth kids he uses Cartman's old catchphrase, "Screw you guys, I'm going home!". He has used this phrase before in the New Year's special.
This is the first time Butters mistakes a girl's attention as signs for a deep romantic relationship. After Lexus, Butters has similar naive experiences with Paris Hilton, in " Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset" and again with his "prostitutes" during his time as a pimp in " Butters' Bottom Bitch."
When Stan returned to the football team at the end of the episode, we can see that the boys replaced Stan with Terrance Mephesto.
Raisins Bouncer Morrie acts like a body guard to the waitresses similar to a strip club to stop over zealous customers.
References to Popular Culture
When Stan joins the Goth Kids, he wears a T-shirt with Edgar Allen Poe's face on it with the word "nevermore" above. His goth name is also Raven, a reference to one of Poe's poems.
When Stan is looking over the bridge and into the water, it is a reference to Charlie Brown.
The scene in which Stan holds the boom box playing " Shock the Monkey" is a reference to the 1989 film In the actual film, the song used was "In Your Eyes," another Peter Gabriel song.
Say Anything... The restaurant Raisins is modeled after a real sports pub franchise in the USA called Hooters.
Outside gym class, Kenny can be seen hood up and gloves on, but his parka's sleeves are missing.
When Butters gets dumped, Jason can be seen talking in the background. However, he is at a table on his own, so he would have been talking to nobody.
In the shot at the start, there is a duplicate of Milly