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All places on this map, except South Park, are indeed existing places in Colorado, although their relative positions are not correctly drawn.
Mr. Mackey's frustration with electric scooters is a reference to the issue of the electric scooter-sharing system, which some major cities have banned due to riders creating safety hazards by leaving them haphazardly on the sidewalk or in people yard's and riding them on crowded sidewalks at accelerated speeds. It has also resulted in people vandalizing the scooters in retaliation, as Mr. Mackey eventually does in the episode.
Mr. Tweak handing out Three Musketeers to the trick-or-treaters had a different sounding voice between the South Park Studios site and the TV airing compared to the clip on their official South Park Studios YouTube page which he sounded less panicky and lacks the line "We need" as in "We need more Three Musketeers!" even though his lips moves after he says "Oh God!"
One of the candy that Mr. Mackey requested at Lolly's Candy Factory was Hi-Chew, a popular Japanese fruit chew candy by Morinaga & Company.
Stephen Stotch tells Ned and Jimbo that he is in costume as Megyn Kelly, who lost her talk show at NBC, due to her comment regarding the appropriateness of blackface as part of a halloween costume, four days before this episode originally aired.
When Mr. Mackey tells Jason that he is a counselor and to trust him, Jason gives him a bewildered look. This is a reference to how Jason Voorhees usually targets and kills camp counselors at Camp Crystal Lake after he originally drowned due to the camp counselors not paying attention.
The framing device, whereby an elderly Kenny narrates an event from his childhood, could be a borrowing from Stand by Me, The Wonder Years or A Christmas Story.
Some of the children, such as Cartman, Kyle, and Jimmy, are shown wearing costumes that resemble characters from the popular video game Fortnite, which was previously mentioned by Cartman in "Dead Kids".