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MERRY CHRISTMAS, CHARLIE MANSON
Season 2, Episode 16

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The escape from the police at the mall is very similar to the escape from Pescadero State Hospital. Similar music plays in the background while policemen chase the car.
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TRAPPER KEEPER
Season 4, Episode 13

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The Bill Cosby/Trapper Keeper storyline is based on the Terminator movies. Bill Cosby is based on Kyle Reese (even down to some elements of his clothing) and the T-800 (loses also an arm) with his odd accent, as a parody of Arnold Schwarzenegger's Austrian accent. A soundalike of the theme from the films plays when Cosby reveals his true nature. Also Cartman's mother has sex with the Kyle Reese lookalike Bill Cosby in a same position that Sarah Connor had with Kyle Reese.
The Trapper Keeper taking over all computer systems around the world is a likely allusion to SKYNET, the manmade computer network that develops a mind of its own in both Terminator 2 (and Terminator 3).
According to the Terminator 2 novel, SKYNET was located inside SAC-NORAD's base deeply within Cheyenne Mountain.

The whole storyline and a character is based on the Terminator movies:
Kyle comes to school with a Dawson's Creek Trapper Keeper, and then is joined by Cartman who reveals he has a special, advanced Dawson's Creek Trapper Keeper Ultra Keeper Futura S 2000, which has incredibly advanced computerized features. He purchased it to make Kyle jealous; around the same time, a mysterious man going by the pseudonym Bill Cosby appears and begins to ask about Cartman's Trapper Keeper, which he then attempts to steal. He is caught by Officer Barbrady and Cartman, and Officer Barbrady says, "I'm not going to shoot somebody for stealing your school folder", and when "Bill Cosby" is caught, he explains his actions: It seems this binder is destined to gain sentience and hybrid into a supercomputer to conquer the world in the future and wipe out all traces of humanity. Cosby himself is a cyborg from the future named BSM-471, sent back in time to destroy the binder before it could rise to power; Cosby manages to destroy it, but Cartman then buys another one, which, according to the laws of time travel, would be the one that is actually destined to destroy the world, and Cartman refuses to allow this one to be destroyed.
Stan, Kyle and Kenny have gone with their robotic companion to Cartman's house to convince his mother to help them, but she goes off with Bill Cosby to have sex; Cartman's Trapper Keeper, meanwhile, integrates itself into Cartman's computer and most of his belongings, and then absorbs Cartman himself, becoming a twisted bio-mechanical blob monster in a vaguely Cartman shape. It sets off to Cheyenne Mountain, to absorb a secret military base's (ostensibly NORAD, whose main facility is actually located beneath the mountain) computer that will make it unstoppable.
Kyle sneaks in to the gigantic Cartman-Trapper Keeper through a ventilation pipe, but before he can disable it the creature incapacitates him. Soon Rosie O'Donnell appears and yells at the Trapper Keeper for blocking the road, which leads to much confusion over which one was the amorphous blob. The creature then absorbs her, but it appears infusing with her made Trapper Keeper sick ("Eeeeww...bad pie...bad pie..."). Kyle is freed, and he takes his chance; he disconnects Trapper Keeper's CPU, and the beast returns to its powerless state. The creature's destruction causes Bill Cosby to disappear, as the robot needs not be created in the future to fight it if it is unable to take over the world, therefore he cannot come back in time (Grandfather paradox).
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TOWELIE
Season 5, Episode 8

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Tynacorp has similarities with Cyberdyne Systems. Even the slogan used for Tynacorp is similar to the slogans used for Cyberdyne Systems in Terminator 2 and Terminator 2 3D.
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Towelie, model RG-400, was actually an infiltration unit. During the episode, Towelie learns about the value of human life and compassion and doesn't self-destruct to kill the humans.
Also, like the T-1000 was a prototype in Terminator 2, the nemesis of Towelie is the prototype of the latest towel model; the GS-401.
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Just like Cyberdyne Systems, Tynacorp explodes because of explosives.
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Just like the T-1000 in Terminator 2, the bad towel is blown into a vat.
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GOOBACKS
Season 8, Episode 6

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The time portal is similar to the time portals in the Terminator movies.
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Harrison Moore: "I'm standing at the time portal which scientists says, follows 'Terminator'-rules. That is: it's one-way only and you can't go back. This is in contrast to, say, 'Back To The Future'-rules, where back and forth is possible. And ofcourse, 'Timerider'-rules, which are just plain silly."
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IMAGINATIONLAND EPISODE II
Season 11, Episode 11

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The Endoskeleton appears as a bad character from nightmare land.
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IMAGINATIONLAND EPISODE III
Season 11, Episode 12

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The Endoskeleton appears as a bad character from nightmare land.
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