- Critical Research Failure: Kyle's group is called "Millennials Against Canada", but he's 10 in 2017. He's way too young to be a millenial (which is roughly those born between the early 1980s and late 1990s).
- Crosses the Line Twice: Garrison nuking Canada would've been a lot more horrifying if it hadn't caused millions of Canadians to be launched into the sky all at once.
- Jerkass Woobie: Kyle goes to extreme lengths to get Terrance & Phillip cancelled, but he's also been through a lot in the past few episodes such as having his ex-girlfriend dump him for antisemitic reasons then become exactly like the person he hates more than anyone and being bullied by literally the entire school.
- Moral Event Horizon: If there was any chance of Mr. Garrison being redeemed, it's gone when he nukes Toronto killing millions there, just because he finds the idea to be sexually arousing.
- Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped: The The New '10s' Political Correctness Gone Mad and The '90s' Moral Guardians are Not So Different in a sense that both of them tend to take extreme actions of what they conceived as bad. As a result, unlike South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, the entire country of Canada got nuked as a result.
- Squick: Garrison admits to getting turned on after hearing Kyle's vindictive rant. To the point where he nukes Canada.
YMMV / South Park S 21 E 9 "Super Hard PCness"