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  • Epileptic Trees: Ms. Choksondik's cause of death remains a Riddle for the Ages, which has naturally resulted in many fan theories (and bits of fan fiction) that have attempted to provide an explanation. Though the episode itself says that Mr. Mackey's semen didn't play any direct role in Ms. Choksondik's death, by far the most common theory is that she choked to death on Mackey's penis while giving him oral sexnote , and the coroners were just too stupid to make the connection.
    • Another popular theory is the boys putting the brine shrimp in her coffee actually did contribute to her death because mixing the brine shrimp with semen caused the shrimp to become intelligent "sea people" who later waged war on each other and destroyed Cartman's aquarium with nuclear missiles. One can assume the same happened when the brine shrimp merged with Mr. Mackey's semen and a nuclear war inside her stomach caused her to die.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight:
    • Cartman's subplot ending with his sea monkeys developing nuclear weapons and destroying themselves is similar to Bender's subplot in the Futurama episode "Godfellas". Several years later, Futurama would end up airing on Comedy Central, the same network that airs South Park.
    • The Simpsons would eventually pull their own "Simpsons did it" moment in "The Fool Monty" when Mr. Burns decides to get revenge on Springfield by encasing the town in a giant glass dome, only to be disheartened when he's informed that was already done.
    • One of the Professor Chaos plots that Butters proposes that The Simpsons already did is to start a website to spread vicious rumors about everybody in town. This would serve as the plot for two later South Park episodes: "Bass to Mouth" and "Franchise Prequel." Even better, in the latter, Professor Chaos is the one spreading the rumors over Facebook, and it's one of the only times he successfully spreads chaos!
    • The end reveal of the Simpsons-themed The Simpsons Hit & Run, released one year after the episode, is similar to South Park S 7 E 1 Cancelled. Except this time it's South Park Already Did It: the episode was released several months after The Simpsons: Hit & Run.