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- Randy Marsh is one of the users who ripped on Cartman's bodyshape on Twitter, despite the fact that he is PC and he is later with Cartman in the Shameless America campaign.
- There is a kid resembling Bradley Biggle, but his hair color is dirty blonde, so this should not be considered a Bradley Biggle sighting. This kid is among the crowd when Steven Seagal is giving his speech (in the middle of row five).
References to Popular Culture
- The topical debate over fat shaming is mocked and multiple celebrities are parodied in this episode:
- The song that Steven Seagal dances to in the school assembly is "Got To Be Real" by Cheryl Lynn.
- Reality's design and voice are based on the character Dick Dastardly from the Hanna-Barbera cartoon series Wacky Races.
- When Randy is at the Whole Foods Market buying pizza and beer, the beer is labeled "Gluten Free", which is a reference to the Season Eighteen episode, "Gluten Free Ebola".
- Nathan and a child resembling Damien can be seen in the auditorium during Steven Seagal's speech.
- Butters gets a neck injury in this episode as a result Butters has a neck brace on him for the rest of this season.
- During the party scene, whenever Steven Seagal is threatening Reality, Reality's arms go from up in the air in one frame, to right in front of him in the immediate next frame.
Bradley Biggle Sightings
In every episode of Season 19, Bradley Biggle can be spotted in the background, much like the Visitors were in previous Seasons.