South Park

Trivia: The creators of the show, Matt Stone and Trey Parker, based the Stan Marsh and Kyle Brosfloski characters after themselves (Stan being Parker and Kyle being Stone.) The Eric Cartman character was partly based on Archie Bunker.

Trivia: Every time Chef talks to the kids he says "children" even if it's only one kid.

Season 7 generally

Trivia: In the theme song, it is changed (again) to Kenny saying,"Someday I'll be old enough, to stick my ... in britney's butt" case you were wonderin 'bout that one, too.

Pink Eye - S1-E7

Trivia: In the "That Guy Hitler" video, most of Hitler's "German" is nonsense, but his second line translates roughly as "I love your breasts, dear".


Butters' Very Own Episode - S5-E14

Trivia: Kyle does not have one single line in this episode.

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Cow Days - S2-E13

Trivia: Cartman thinking he's a Vietnamese prostitute is based on the Vietnamese prostitute in Full Metal Jacket.

Scott Tenorman Must Die - S5-E4

Trivia: The ending where Cartman tricks Scott Tenorman into eating his parents is based on the ending of William Shakespeare's "Titus Andronicus".

Chickenlover - S2-E4

Trivia: When Officer Barbrady goes back to school, on the alphabet chart behind Mr. Garrison, the letters are arranged to spell "Dios Mio Mataron a Kenny, bastardo", Spanish for "Oh my God they killed Kenny, you bastard."


Trivia: Liane was the name of Trey Parker's ex-fiance who left him a month before their wedding, which explains a lot of the jokes about Cartman's mom.

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Damien - S1-E10

Trivia: At several points in the show when the demonic voices are singing, "Rectoos. Dominoos." at some points you can hear them say, "Cheesy Poofs.".

Cripple Fight - S5-E2

Trivia: The whole fight is done the same way as the fight in the movie, They Live.

Chinpokomon - S3-E11

Trivia: The title of this episode translates from Japanese as "penis monsters". ('chinpoko' is Japanese slang for penis, 'mon' is short for monster).

Trivia: Mr. Mackey was based on a school counselor Trey Parker had in Jr. High school (confirmed by Trey).

Trivia: Trey Parker and Matt Stone are big Star Trek fans and try to slip at least one Star Trek reference into each episode.

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Cow Days - S2-E13

Trivia: If you look carefully, you can see that the driver of Leo Dicaprio's limo is a Visitor.

Terrance & Phillip in 'Not Without My Anus' - S2-E1

Trivia: This episode aired the day "Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Slut" was supposed to air. Since it was April Fools Day, the creators decided to play a prank by airing this episode. This resulted in Comedy Central getting phone calls from angry viewers who hated how they had waited four weeks for the identity of Cartman's father to be revealed only to discover that they had to wait an additional three weeks for the actual episode.Consequently, this episode was shown again on Comedy Central only twice. The second being right before the release of the movie.

Trivia: While an episode of The Simpsons takes several months to complete, an episode of South Park of the same length take only about a week to complete.

Jared Has Aides - S6-E1

Trivia: During this episode a guy tells Jared some kids want him to sign their sandwich, which he has actually done on many occasions. (00:02:30)

Sol Parker

A Ladder to Heaven - S6-E12

Trivia: The TV studio backgrounds are actually the military base backgrounds from "Towelie". You can tell by the maps on the walls.

Child Abduction is Not Funny - S6-E11

Trivia: When the fake Mongolians are attacking the wall with the tape recorder on the ground, the sound effects seem to be taken directly from Microsoft's Age of Empires II.


Jared Has Aides - S6-E1

Trivia: Jared Fogel actually did an interview on the "Bob and Tom" show in which he discussed this episode.

Sol Parker

The Passion of the Jew - S8-E3

Trivia: When Kenny and Stan are leaving to travel to Mel Gibson, Stan says "Look, this isn't about the $18 ticket money anymore. This is about being able to hold bad filmmakers responsible. This is just like when we got our money back for 'BASEketball'." BASEketball. is a movie made in 1998 that starred Matt Stone and Trey Parker.


Pilot: The Spirit of Christmas (Jesus vs. Santa) - S99-E7

Trivia: This film is a remake of another one called The Spirit of Christmas (Jesus vs. Frosty), made in 1992. You can watch both at South Park Clip

Dr Wilson

Pre-School - S8-E10

Trivia: Trent Boyett is based on Robert De Niro in Cape Fear (1991).

Jared Has Aides - S6-E1

Trivia: Because of all the AIDS jokes, this episode has never been rerun on Comedy Central.

Bloody Mary - S9-E14

Trivia: In one shot of the episode Bloody Mary, about 14 minutes into the episode, you can see a "Visitor" from previous episodes to the right side of Randy, when he is talking to Stan. The alien is only visible for around seven seconds. (00:14:00)

Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000 - S4-E2

Trivia: This episode and the following episode, "Timmy 2000", both ridicule musician Phil Collins, who won the 1999 Academy Award for Best Original Song, beating out "Blame Canada" from South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut.

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Le Petit Tourette - S11-E8

Trivia: If you look carefully at the logo for the toy store, notice the man's face. Looks almost identical to the face of the leader of the Super Adventure Club. The club that in the episode "The return of Chef" was into molesting children.

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You Have 0 Friends - S14-E4

Trivia: As Stan tries to delete his Facebook profile, the message he gets on the screen and the subsequent parts of him in the episode are a take on the 1982 Disney classic Tron starring Bruce Boxleitner and Jeff Bridges.

Movie Nut

Trivia: Nancy Cartwright, the voice of Bart Simpson, was given the opportunity to do voicework on the show, but turned it down due to its offensive content.

Hooked on Monkey Fonics - S3-E12

Trivia: Kyle and Rebecca's conversation outside her house about public school is paraphrased almost word for word from Kirk and Shahna's conversation in the classic Star Trek episode "The Gamesters of Triskelion."

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