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Every time the men claim that normal men don't obsess over sex, or claim a bizarre reason for why men behave that way, they look shifty-eyed toward a woman near them, presumably their wives, as if to gauge whether their story is being bought. Randy explains to Stan that it's the right way to lie in "Pinewood Derby".
Elin Nordegren technically never speaks, as all of her speaking roles were during a video game.
During the scientists' meeting, a possible reason to why everyone is being a sex addict is that their water supply is infected. This is a reference to the film The Crazies.
One soldier in Obama's strike force says, "I have a bad feeling about this," which is a reference to the Star Wars movies, where several characters including Han Solo, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Luke Skywalker say that line, whenever something feels weird.
Kenny's death is a reference to martial artist David Carradine's death in 2009 and INXS's lead singer Michael Hutchence's death in 1997. They are even mentioned when the doctor explains how the boys might die.
The counselor has the same character model as the mayor of Imaginationland
The poem being read at Kenny's funeral is called "Crossing The Bar", written by Alfred, Lord Tennyson in 1889
The Sex Addicts
Ben Roethlisberger - Football Quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Billy Bob Thornton - Actor, Musician, Author.
Bill Clinton - Politician - former President of the USA, Philanthropist.
Charlie Sheen - Actor.
David Duchovny - Actor.
David Letterman - Talk Show Host, Comedian.
Elliot Spitzer - Politician
Kobe Bryant - Basketball Los Angeles Lakers.
Michael Douglas - Actor
Michael Jordan - Former Basketball Player for the Chicago Bulls
Tiger Woods - Professional Golfer for the PGA.
The events of the video game including Tiger's crash on Thanksgiving Day and the Press Conference were all events that happened in real life, although the real life events did not include any domestic abuse.
Promotional trailers for the episode showed Cartman standing behind Tiger Woods during his press conference where Woods states he believed he was allowed to be a sex addict. This does not appear in the episode.
Tiger Woods is supposed to return in the 2010 Masters.
After the doctor implies Kenny, Kyle and Butters are fated to die via auto-erotic asphyxiation, which involves hanging one's self while wearing a costume, and mentions the idea of an 'awesome orgasm', Kenny hangs himself from his closet door with a belt while dressed as Batman and masturbating, only to be discovered by his mother at dinnertime. His death plays a role in the episode, driving Butters and Kyle to insanity at his funeral, worried they could end up like him.
Kenny already learned about the high one gets from choking one's self from Mr. Mackey, during "Major Boobage". However, this is the first time he associated sex with it.
In the shown part of the picture, the lady's arms are off the picture. This means there wouldn't be a hankerchief in her hands that is shown. Although her right arm is off shot and the image cuts off above the breasts so her hand could be in shot lower down the image.
When Tiger Woods gets into his car, the front of his car has a Florida tag, however, cars registered in Florida do not need a front licence plate.
The hood and hatch emblems on Tiger Woods' vehicle, seen in the opening scene, resembles a visitor with red eyes.