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While in the rainforests of Costa Rica, Central America, he was struck by lightning but ended up coming back to life when his so-called girlfriend Kelly (she wants to be his girlfriend and he likes her too but knows that he most likely won't ever see her again and does not want his feelings hurt if he gets his feelings involved with her) performs CPR saving him.

After he dies, rats do not take his corpse and he comes back to life.

The choir's name is "Getting Gay with Kids" and is indeed a fictional choir, though it is a satire on groups such as "Up With People."

Where does the choir go?

The choir went to the rainforests outside the city of San Jos, Costa Rica, Central America.

"...rmesuticals Y Dervesa" is indeed a fictional company.

"Centro Nacional de Costa Rica" is indeed a fictional capital building.

Stan Marsh mistook twice a stick for a snake.

"Newsweek" is indeed a real magazine. More informantion is available by clicking on the following link, http://www.newsweek.com/

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