South Park Elementary is having elections to determine whether a giant douche or a turd sandwich will be the next school mascot. Stan claims he doesn't want to have to decide between a douche and a turd and refuses to vote. As a result, he is banished from the town.
Did You Know?
The sub-plot of Stan being taken in by PETA from the wild but falling to disfavor by not following their marriage beliefs is a parallel of John Ferrier's story in "A Study in Scarlet", where Ferrier is saved from the wilderness by the Mormons and in return for being let into their society, promises to follow all of their beliefs but falls out of favor when he doesn't partake in their polygamist beliefs. See more
When Stan is being lead through the hidden PETA campground, there is a background character who's shirt has PETA written backwards. See more
We've got spirit, yes we do; Giant Douches me and you!
Referenced in South Park: Member Berries
Who Let the Dogs Out
Written by Anslem Douglas
Performed by Baha Men See more