- This episode marks the first time Stan Marsh and Kyle Broflovski are seen without their hats on. Stan's hair color had been seen in "A Very Crappy Christmas" but the actual hairstyle is not seen until this episode.
- This is the first episode in which Butters is grounded.
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- The milk company's computer is a reference to Star Trek: The Original Series. In Star Trek, the computer works similarly, with voice commands. It is also able to calculate results based on input and relay the results with a programmed voice.
- Jonesy, a member of Skyler's band in "Timmy 2000", is one of the people sitting in the movie theater watching "Grossout Comedy 8".
- The characters of South Park really do "eat with their butt" in "Red Hot Catholic Love".
- Trey Parker and Matt Stone's disdain of Ben Affleck is first shown in this episode. Ben Affleck would also appear in "Fat Butt and Pancake Head" and is the focus of the song "Pearl Harbor Sucked (And I Miss You)" in their movie "Team America: World Police".
- The Thompsons had claimed that their son's name was "Tommy," but one of the men at the reunion celebration said the boy was called "Billy."
- When Ben Affleck is identified as their son, his shirt continually alternates between colors. One minute it's khaki, the next it's white, then it's khaki again.
- When Cartman has his picture taken, he drops his hat. In the next scene, he takes his hat from his back pocket, not the floor.
- In the last scene of this episode, Cartman is missing his double chin.
- In the beginning of the episode, Butters is shown walking up to get his picture taken. In the next shot, he is shown waiting in line in front of Kyle.
- The order of the kids in line to get their pictures taken changes often, and many kids disappear completely.
- After the Thompsons reunite with their son, Kenny and Cartman cross the street when a motorcyclist suddenly runs Kenny over, crushing him. Cartman is amused and Stan and Kyle don't say their usual lines. Earlier in the episode, it was reported that people were getting randomly squashed by motorcycles.