Stan: Listen Token, my dad isn't a racist. He's just stupid, all right?
Jesse Jackson: Brian, get a picture of Mr. Marsh apologizing.
Brian: Ready to go, sir. (holds up camera)
Jesse Jackson: (pulls down pants and sticks his butt out) Kiss it.
Randy: (shocked) Huh?!?
Jesse Jackson: Apologize! Kiss it.
Randy: (points at Jackson's butt) You want me to kiss your..
Jesse Jackson: That's right. (bounces his butt up and down) Apologize.
Randy: Uh.. o.. okay. I'll.. (kneels down) ..let's see here..
Jesse Jackson: Apologize.
David Nelson: Principal Victoria, I'm very concerned about the behavior of one of your students.
Principal Victoria: Yes, we apologize for Eric Cartman's behavior, Mr. Nelson. We feel terrible!
David Nelson: Why? I don't feel terrible. It doesn't bother me at all. Words... are like bullets. And I let 'em pass right through me. I just know with some one-on-one time together with this Eric Cartman, I have a chance to change the way he thinks.
Mr. Mackey: Uh.. it might be best if you just let it go, m'kay?
When Randy makes it to the final round of Wheel of Fortune
, he is given the letters R, T, S, L, and E to start the final puzzle. He then guesses B, N, G, and O as his own letters. However on the real game show, the letters already given to you include the letter N, therefore guessing it would be unnecessary.
Actor Michael Richards
, who starred as Kramer on the hit sitcom Seinfeld
, is referenced in this episode because of his behavior in a comedy club in November of 2006, when he uttered racist slurs to audience members.
Cartman: (to David Nelson) Now say, 'Carol Anne, don't go into the light!'
This is a reference to a line from the movie, Poltergeist (1982).