The Secrets of
"Smug Alert"

by Wild Willie Westwood, with sources from all over the Web

Cartman was singing Steam's "Na Na Hey Hey (Kiss Him Goodbye)" while Stan's song sounds like Youngbloods - Get Together.

The poster over Stan's right shoulder as he's talking to Cartman in his room is from Mad Max (1979), starring Mel Gibson.

The Broflovskis end up in the Haight-Ashbury destrict, as shown in the photos below:

The row of Victoriam homes the Broflovskis moved into should be familiar from Full House.

Pious = Prius
smug = smog
global laming = global warming
Jen & Berry's = Ben & Jerry's
KXUV = KCUV (originally on 1510 in Littleton (moved to FM recently), plays a strange mix of AAA and Americana country)
Toyonda = hybrid of Toyota and Honda
and finally
MC Dreidal = Matisyahu. Compare these posters. :)


Why is the reporter talking about the Midwest when the storm took place from San Francisco on the West Coast to South Park in the Rockies? South Park is not in the Midwest...

There are plenty of "Wake Up America" web sites around, but none of them cover hybrid cars.

The four kids facing Kyle rise from left to right like the Victorian homes in Alamo Square do.

"Don't belitle my people, you fucking fatass!" - from SOXMAS: Jesus vs. Santa.

George Clooney's Academy Award acceptance speech, 2006:
Wow. Wow. All right, so I'm not winning director. It's the funny thing about winning an Academy Award, it will always be synonymous with your name from here on in. It will be Oscar winner, George Clooney. Sexiest Man Alive, 1997. Batman, died today in a freak accident at a -- Listen, I don't quite know how you compare art. You look at these performances this year, of these actors and unless we all did the same role, everybody put on a bat suit, and we'll all try that. Unless we all did the same role, I don't know how you compare it. They are stellar performances and wonderful work, and I'm honored, truly honored to be up here. And finally, I would say that, you know, we are a little bit out of touch in Hollywood every once in a while. I think it's probably a good thing. We're the ones who talk about AIDS when it was just being whispered, and we talked about civil rights when it wasn't really popular. And we, you know, we bring up subjects. This Academy, this group of people gave Hattie McDaniel an Oscar in 1939 when blacks were still sitting in the backs of theaters. I'm proud to be a part of this Academy, proud to be part of this community, and proud to be out of touch. And I thank you so much for this.