Kenny doesn't appear in this episode.
This is Butters' second visit to L.A. He and Eric spent some time there in the season 8 episode, "AWESOM-O
Princess Di, Gandhi, Hitler and George Burns all appear with animated heads. The last time each of them appeared (Hitler and Princess Di in "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics
;" George Burns and Gandhi in South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut
) their heads were made out of photo cut-outs.
During a 2008 marathon leading up to season 12, this episode was aired as having the "Best Party Scene."
Satan: And now note this. It's a costume party, so you have to wear a costume. But... nobody better show up as The Crow. I'm serious. Every costume party, there's like, fourteen guys come dressed like The Crow 'cause they wanna look hot and hook up. It's lame. If you come dressed as The Crow, you're not getting into the party!
Mr. Stotch: We told you to be in bed. What are you doing?
Butters: I summoned Biggie Smalls, the hip-hop rapper!
Mr. Stotch: You had a nightmare. Turn around and get back in your room right now!
Butters: But Dad, he's gonna bust a cap in my ass!
Satan: This party has to be 'da bomb'. Don't you get it?!? When everyone sees this Ferrari cake, they will shudder and know my greatness!
Randy: All right boys, I know it's Halloween, but you can't summon dead rappers in the mirror.
Cartman: How do you know?
Randy: I'm a geologist.
Biggie Smalls: This is your fault, homie! You've got to get me to that party in L.A., or I'm gonna smoke your ass!
Butters: Oh hamburgers!
Butters: Oh please don't ice me homey!
Visual: The Three Murderers
The Three Murderers - Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, and Jeffrey Dahmer - emulate The Three Stooges, a slapstick comedy trio popular in the 1930s, 40s and 50s. They mimic The Stooges' actions, accents and catchphrases, such as Curly's "nyuk nyuk nyuk" laugh.
Satan is serving Corona beer in the bottle at his "Hell on Earth Halloween Party." Corona is a Mexican beer, and is not only the top-selling beer in Mexico, but also the top-selling imported beer in the United States as of 1997.