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- Even before the episode was made, the fanon pairing of Craig and Tweek was incredibly popular. The pairing was known as "Creek".
- The episode's title is a reference to the Season Three episode "Tweek vs. Craig".
- The Japanese text at the bottom of Wendy's presentation screen at the beginning of the episode reads boizu rabu, a wasei-eigo rendering of "Boys' Love", another term for yaoi.
- Many of the Yaoi pictures seen in the episode were drawn and submitted by South Park fans at the request of the show's creators.
- Randy is seen drinking a Pabst Blue Ribbon, although he went gluten-free in "Gluten Free Ebola". He might have overcome this, or might be drinking a gluten-free one.
- The beginning of Tweek and Craig's relationship marks the first time a student at South Park Elementary is in a same-sex relationship.
References to Popular Culture
- The episode's title is a reference to a genre of fan-art called yaoi. This involves two or more male characters ("yuri" for female characters) romantically linked in some way that would not normally occur in the author's intended version.
- The song "The Book of Love" by Peter Gabriel plays during the montage of townspeople expressing joy at Tweek and Craig being perceived as a couple.
- The song "Say Something" by A Great Big World plays after Tweek and Craig's pretend breakup.
- Towards the end of the episode, Craig plays Assassin's Creed Syndicate while Tweek watches.
- Craig's father, Thomas, references the 2005 LGBT drama film Brokeback Mountain with the line "Why can't you quit him?"
- Randy mentions "Maui Zaui", referencing a type of pizza with ham and pineapple toppings available at Round Table Pizza restaurants.
- In Craig's room, a poster depicting the Starship Enterprise from Star Trek can be seen on his wall behind his bed. Additionally, he has a toy robot on his dresser that resembles the G1 incarnation of Megatron from The Transformers.
- In Tweek's room, a poster depicting what appears to be Ant-Man can be seen on the back of his bedroom door, although Ant-Man has a light green and black color scheme as opposed to a red and grey color scheme.
- Randy confuses Don King with the Japanese invasion of Nanjing, also known as the Nanking Massacre.
- Behind the Japanese singer at the karaoke bar is a poster for Jantory Whiskey, a reference to the Japanese brewing company Suntory and its Hibiki whiskey brand.
- Several brand toys can be see Tweek's room which includes an assortment of Lego building blocks, a Knex roller coaster set, and a Hot Wheels race track and cars.
- This is the second appearance of Cartman's imaginary construct, Cupid Me, first seen in "Cartman Finds Love" in Season Sixteen.
- Butters is still in a neck brace due to his injuries sustained in "Safe Space".
- Butters and Charlotte are seen talking on Skype, as she had previously promised to do at the end of "Where My Country Gone?".
- Randy pulls down his pants to show off his "PC" brand, which he received from PC Principal in "Stunning and Brave".
- In "The City Part of Town", when the inspector is checking South Park Elementary to see if their town is worthy of a Whole Foods Market, Mayor McDaniels states to the inspector that Craig is a homosexual.
- Craig is also playing the Xbox that he had received in the Black Friday trilogy.
- This is the first episode to focus on Tweek since "Child Abduction is Not Funny".
- This episode marks the second time that Tweek and Craig have been involved in a physical confrontation with one another, the first being "Tweek vs. Craig".
- It is shown that Mayor McDaniels is a widow as she is seen looking at a picture of her husband and later seen mourning at his grave.
- Xi Jinping's secretary speaks to him in Korean. She should probably have been speaking Chinese, which is Xi's native language.
- Randy refers to him as "Mr. Jinping", which is wrong due to the fact that "Jinping" is his given name; Chinese surnames are always mentioned first. The correct form of address would be "Mr. Xi".
- The Chinese flag in Xi Jinping's office has its stars colored white instead of yellow. This error would appear again at his office in "Band in China".
- When Craig and Tweek stage their break up, Leslie Meyers is seen with brown hair.
- When Craig and Tweek are playing Assassin's Creed: Syndicate, Craig is using a Xbox 360 controller, instead of the required Xbox One controller.
- When Craig visits Tweek in his room after their staged break up, the door was closed despite Mr. Tweak asking Craig to keep it open. Either Craig ignored his request or the animators forgot to animate it as open.
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.
- Seen when Stan is talking to Kyle about what his dad told him, he walks past them and around the corner.
- "South Park wants your yaoi fan art". South Park Studios (October 24, 2015).