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While this episode is part two to the episode "South Park: Do the Handicapped Go to Hell? (#4.9)," Kenny doesn't die per say, but is scrapped from the bottom of the tour bus while in Mxico.

Rats do not take his corpse because he did not die per say.

As seen in the "Previously on South Park..." segment, the priest talks about hell in church.

That was actually a parody of Fonzie from Happy Days jumping the shark. Jumping the shark is a colloquialism used by TV critics and fans to denote that point in a TV show or movie series' history where the plot veers off into absurd story lines or out-of-the-ordinary characterizations, undergoing too many changes to retain the original appeal of the series.

The people that are telling the students at South Park Elementary School that they need to be saved or they will be going to hell is Stan Marsh, Eric Cartman, and Kyle Broflovski.

"Bargin Hotel" is ideed a fictional hotel.

"Apocolypse Cola" is indeed a fictional brand of cola.

"Gustan's Scotch" is indeed a fictional brand of alcohol.

Saddam Hussein and Satan went through fourteen bottles of vegetable oil.

"Mino Gasolina" is indeed a fictional gas station.

The driver of the tour bus payed US $50 for the gasoline.

Liane Cartman (Eric Cartman's mom) made for Eric Cartman, Kyle Broflovski and Stan Marsh Powdered-Donut Pancake Suprise.

Saddam Hussein used a knife to kill Chris two times on top of his head the first time and in his right shoulder the second time. He also use a shovel to break Chris' right leg and to knock him to the ground and rip out his heart the second time.

"Tom's Rhinoplasty" is indeed a fctional plastic surgery place.

According to Kenny McCormick through Eric Cartman, you will bleed out of your rectum for seven hours if you drink the water in hell.

The passage out the Holy Bible that Eric Cartman reads is Matthew 15:11 which says: "What goes into a man's mouth does not make him 'unclean,' but what comes out of his mouth, that is what makes him 'unclean.'"

Saddam Hussein brought with him on the walk in the park with Chris a knife.

Satan has not spoken to God for like five-thousand years.

The students at South Park Elementary School is suppost to give Eric Cartman each US $1 because he says that God is telling him that they are suppost to.

Satan sent Saddam Hussein to spend forever in heaven.

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