Talk:Cat Orgy

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I just added the amount of times "turd" was used in the episode. Clearly I have too much time on my hands. ChunkyStyle (talk contribs) 16:27, 30 September 2008 (UTC) I removed it for you. Alastairward (talk) 18:09, 30 September 2008 (UTC)

Redundant and/or uncited material[edit]

Cites or relevance;

  • At the beginning and end of the episode, Cartman sings his rendition of Will Smith's "Wild Wild West", with altered lyrics and rhythm. This was supposedly done in reaction to Wild Wild West being released the same day as South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut.
  • When Cartman takes a picture of Shelly and her boyfriend, he yells "Ha, ha charade you are!". This is a repeating line from song "Pigs (Three Different Ones)" from Pink Floyd's 1977 Animals album.
  • Cartman tells Kitty "You're my only hope", a reference to Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope and That Darn Cat at the same time.
  • This is one of the few episodes where all the original characters (Stan, Kyle, Kenny) don't appear.
  • This is also one of the few episodes before season 5 where Kenny doesn't die; however seeing as this takes place at the same time as "Jewbilee", where Kenny sacrifices himself to free Moses, he dies offscreen.
  • In this episode Shelly and Cartman are the main characters.
  • This episode confirms the gender of Mr. Kitty as female, however for some reason Mr. Kitty is male in Major Boobage

Alastairward (talk) 14:18, 29 August 2008 (UTC)

Inspiration from/Reference to Tom and Jerry's Saturday Evening Puss[edit]

In the Tom and Jerry episode Saturday evening puss [1] Tom's owner goes out to a party (like Cartman's Mom) and Tom invites his cat friends over (like Shelley invites her boyfriend and then later the cat invites other cats). The cats then start playing loud music (Shelley's boyfriend's band as well as the cats that come over later play loud music) irritating Jerry (the way the band torments Cartman). Jerry makes a call to Tom's owner telling her of the state-of-affairs (the way Cartman tries to).
The similiarity quite certainly indicates a reference, though I have no good way to cite it. Is it possible to add this information without alerting the OR watchmen? --Ankurtg (talk) 13:15, 25 July 2009 (UTC)