The boys get into the world of music: Cartman, Butters, and Token start a Christian rock band while Stan, Kenny, and Kyle try to find inspiration through Napster, only to get busted by the Feds for pirating copyrighted material and start a strike against downloading popular music.
- Digital Piracy Is Evil: Parodied.
- Exact Words: The bet was for getting a platinum album, not a myrrh album, so Kyle didn't lose the bet.
- Felony Misdemeanor: Want to download music off the Internet? The FBI will immediately bust into your house.
- God-Is-Love Songs: Cartman explains all you have to do is cross out words like "baby" and "darling" and replace them with "Jesus".
- Gosh Dang It to Heck!: Sanctified tells Cartman how hardcore they are.
Band Member 1: We're the band Sanctified. We play metal and punk, but with lyrics that inspire faith in Christ.
Band Member 2: Yeah. We prove that Christian music can be tough and hard core.
Cartman: Yeah, you guys are real hard core.
Band Member 1: You bet your gosh-darned rear end we are!
- Intercourse with You: What a lot of Cartman's God-Is-Love Songs end up being, as he only changed "baby" and "darling" to "Jesus" and didn't think to tone down the other lyrics. Who doesn't remember... "The Body of Christ," "Christ Again," "A Night With the Lord," "Touch Me Jesus," "I Found Jesus (With Someone Else)," "Savior Self," "Christ, What a Day," "Three Times My Savior," "Jesus Touched Me"...
- Precision F-Strike: Butters does a beautiful and uncharacteristic one at the end of the episode.
- Stereotype Reaction Gag: Token is black, so he can play bass, despite claiming that it's a stereotype.