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Although he has been in the show since season 2, this is the first time Stephen Stotch's job has been depicted (he had an unknown cubicle-based job in "Jared Has Aides" and was projectionist for "Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls", although that may only have been a temporary job).
Cartman references how plots in later seasons have moved away from the main four boys.
The South Park Mall is near-abandoned and incredibly dilapidated after Amazon's dominance of retail.
The Amazon workers' strike references a variety of labor union strike movies, mostly set in the early 20th century, including the accents and clothing of the union men.
Marxism briefly referenced by Randy regarding the protest-sympathising Amazon box/human hybrid, later revealed to be Josh.
The USDA and its Grades referenced in the Stotch's Amazon downgrade. It also references a variety of science-fiction works where people are organized into castes and promoted or demoted by the rulers.
Amazon is heavily referenced, including its main website:
The poor working conditions for Amazon workers are referenced.
An accurate Amazon Fulfillment Center has been built in South Park; these are also referenced in the episode's title according to its plot regarding the strike and how Amazon's orders went unfulfilled.
Amazon Prime is referenced, verbally as well as Prime Video.
Amazon causing local businesses to fail is referenced with the Tweeks.
Similarly, the South Park Mall being abandoned references real life e-commerce dominating to the point that, from lack of business, local malls and stores are abandoned or have significantly less foot traffic.
Jeff Bezos visits the mayor and threatens her (by telling her that her that her Prime membership could be revoked).
The scene with Scott going to work on the bus during the strike for his son going to the bike contest may be a reference to Billy Elliot.
Inside the mall there are various references to real life shops and food court restaurants found in many malls.
As Stephen Scotch shows Mr. and Mrs. Tweek around the fulfillment center and mentions seeing familiar faces, Mr. Slave can be seen waving to them before returning back to his station. He was last seen in Season Twenty-One's "Splatty Tomato".
When the boys walk into the food court, the Svarroh sign only says "Pizza". After the Wiener on a Stick employee mentions they don't have the inventory like online wholesalers, the camera shows the Svarroh sign again and it now reads "Svarroh".
When Gruff Worker is talking with Stephen he used the word "fucking", but as he was saying it in a stereotypical Scottish accent, it did not come out as a typical expletive in the show and was left uncensored. The reason for this is currently unknown.