Cartman is chosen as the new hall monitor and turns into a kid version of Dog, The Bounty Hunter. Meanwhile, a kindergarten teacher falls for Ike, but the police and other men in town don't care, as the kindergarten teacher is a beautiful blonde girl and not an ugly woman or a male pedophile.
This episode includes examples of:
- Call-Back: Cartman's hatred of gingers is mentioned again.
- Double Standard: Rape, Female on Male: Not just rape, but statutory rape! The whole situation brutally mocks the Double Standard of both gender and physical attraction when Ike is congratulated for having someone at least 20 years his senior come onto him sexually only because the rapist is an attractive female.
- Enemy Mine: Not only do Kyle and Cartman work together to stop Miss Stevenson, this is probably the only episode where Kyle and Cartman actually work together without insulting each other.
- Gag Boobs: In his parody of Dog the Bounty Hunter, Dog's well-endowed female assistant, Beth, is replaced with a preadolescent girl who's breasts completely obscure her face.
- Informed Attractiveness: Ms Stevenson, who's treated as really beautiful, even though her looks aren't too much different than the way the show usually shows women.
- Only Sane Man: Principal Victoria, Kyle, and his mother are the only ones who see that Ike and Miss Stevenson's relationship is straight-up statutory rape.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Ike is so upset at Kyle breaking him and Miss Stevenson up that he quits speaking in his baby talk and clearly states "you're dead to me, Kyle!"
- Police are Useless: Officer Yates as usual fulfills this trope when he is jealous of Ike for having a sexual relationship with someone five times his age.
- Police Brutality: Well, he's not a cop but he is a hall monitor, Cartman, in his "Dog" persona, beats up anyone he finds breaking hallway rules.
- Right for the Wrong Reasons: Cartman is surprisingly one of the few people who wants to stop Miss Stevenson, but not because of how immoral and disgusting her relationship with Ike is, but because they were making out in the hall without a hall pass.
- Shout-Out: Cartman's plotline is a reference to Dog the Bounty Hunter.
- Skewed Priorities: Cartman has no interest in helping Kyle end the relationship until he finds out they were making out in the hallway without a hall pass.
- Take That!: Besides the obvious double standard (see above), the rehab Ms Stevenson goes into has a revolving door, referencing how people (celebrities especially) go in and out of rehab so quickly.