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The CEO of TrollTrace's last name, Bedrager, means "deceiver" or "fraud" in Danish.
Gerald lies to his wife to avoid exposing himself as an internet troll by claiming he is addicted to "piss porn", the technical term for this fetish is Urolagnia.
A deleted storyboard shows that Heidi was supposed to reveal her Emoji Analysis in this episode instead of two episodes later in Fort Collins.
It was confirmed to be cut from the episode because they wanted to focus on the relationship between Eric and Heidi.
This marks the second South Park episode in the UK to receive an 18 rating by the BBFC, the first being "World Wide Recorder Concert", which in 2008 was re-rated as 15. This is due to the scene where Sheila urinates in Gerald's face.
References to Popular Culture
The title of this episode references the Internet meme "Dicks Out for Harambe".
Butters' constant referral of Kyle as "Uncle Kyle" is a reference to "Uncle Tom", a derogatory term used to describe subservient African-Americans, which was derived from the 1852 abolitionist novel Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Gerald considering his trolling to be "locker room talk" is a reference to Donald Trump's apology for a 2005 tape in which he and Billy Bush talked about sexually harassing women, which surfaced the week before this episode aired.
The BBC newsreader featured in the episode is based on the real-life BBC newsreader Simon McCoy. Shortly after the episode aired in the United Kingdom, McCoy changed his Twitter profile picture to his animated South Park counterpart. Seen right is the comparison of this counterpart to the real McCoy.
The song sung by the Danish workers at TrollTrace is from the Danish TV Christmas-calendar Alletiders jul from 1994.