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Club gave the episode a B, writing that the episode "did its best to link up the fear of cuckoldry with the fear of home invasion, but the results themselves were mixed." 6 Max Nicholson of IGN called the episode an "admirable entry" for the.
Cartman's line about "respecting my authoritah" references back to a catchphrase that first appeared on the show in the 1998 episode Chickenlover.He tells them the only way to solve the problem is to kill the delivery man and resolve to returning to purchase products in brick and mortar stores, stating that his generation did the same with milk men.Without them knowing, Ike sees them and ends up crying for most of the next day, not realizing the UPS man was in fact Gerald.Sampson, Rana, False Burglar Alarms 2nd Edition (PDF US Department of Justice / Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, isbn a b Stone, Matt (September 2013).This sets off everybody's InSecurity alarms.It was also great how every character knew how to deliver an impeccable Bane impression - even Cartman.
Around this time, Eric Cartman decides to have a home security system installed to protect his mother.
South Park every day is now under suspicion.
For Cartman, however, the more reasonable solution was to install a top-of-the-line home security system (which is apparently still a thing).
He goes on to explain that women often arrange for delivery of products they do not even remember ordering.
Of course, the most notable bit from the episode was the reference to Bane in The Dark Knight Rises.