Cartman: But you know, we've all learned something you guys. We can never persecute living beings and force them into hiding. It's wrong.
Kyle: And you don't see any parallel between that and anything else in history?
Cartman: Hmm, nope. I have no idea what you're talking about Kyle.
Gerald: Kids also refer to it as "the cheese game," or "vitamin cheese," or "mary jane piss in your face fun time."
Father: I see that you're enticed by my daughter's awesome rocking tits.
Father: Then bathe with my daughter in the fountain of Varnov. Appease the gods by lathering her boobs with soapy suds.
Butters: My cousins in Florida say that the kids in their school get high off of cat pee.
Cartman: Cat pee?
Stan: That's not true, you can't get high off of cat urine, can you?
Mr. Mackey: Well, it's not actually cat urine, but male cats when they're marking their territory spray a concentrated urine to fend off other male cats, and that can get you really high. M'kay. Really, REALLY high. M'kay.
(class stares at Mr. Mackey)
Mr Mackey: Probably shouldn't have told you that, just now. M'kay. That was probably bad.
Butters: There you go.. try some coffee Ken.
Kenny: (muffled) Hrm..
Kyle: Kenny, we need to have a serious talk.
Kenny: (muffled) Ugh, no we don't guys.
Stan: Yes we do. We're your friends dude. We're not going to let you ruin your life.
Kenny: (muffled) I'm not ruining my life, okay? Can you guys just fuckin' fuck off?
Kyle: Look at yourself! You've got to lay off the cheese!
(Kenny vomits and it hits Butters)
Butters: Yeah.. that's it little buddy.. just let it out.
Gerald's actions in this episode are in reference to former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer. Just as Gerald was active in the fight against drugs in this episode, Spitzer fought against prostitution rings for many years. But in early 2008, Spitzer was caught as a client of the very rings he openly fought against, just as Gerald was caught "cheesing." Both Spitzer and Gerald gave speeches with their wives looking smug by their side.
Throughout the episode Cartman takes in cats and hides them. This is a reference to the Steven Spielberg film, Schindler's List (1993), in which a man hides Jews during the Nazi Holocaust.
During the scene where Cartman is hiding Mr. Kitty in the attic, he tells his cat to write a diary. This is an allusion to Anne Frank, a Jewish girl who wrote in her dairy whilst hiding in an attic during the Nazi Holocaust. Her diary was later translated and published as "The Diary of a Young Girl" in 1952.
As Stan, Kyle, and Butters have an intervention with Kenny, you can see a bullet hole in the kitchen window at Kenny's house. The hole was made in the season eleven finale "The List
," after a fight between Wendy and Bebe. Ironically enough, the bullet killed Kenny in the episode.