A number of head positions needed to be created for this shot of Butters looking around.
On the 1st draft of the script, this episode was originally titled "The Datalis Concern".
Here you can see the production process for this special "punched in the balls" pose.
Hells Pass Hospital first debuted in "Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Slut". It got quite a makeover here.
Art for each of Cartman's "magic tricks" was individually designed by the Art Department.
A picture of Cartman's character art for the "Oculus coma" pose.
Wanna know what Kenny says here? Here's the "unhooded" script from this scene.
This is Steve's debut episode. Check out his character art, my friend.
When designing new props like the Oculus manual, characters (like Kyle) are placed to show scale.
Several new poses were created for both Kyle & Cartman in this scene.
Character design made specially for Kenny's Oculus pose.
This gloomy version of Butters' room required special lighting and a totally new setup.
A "virtual" Terrance & Phillip poster was created for the "real world" version of Cartman's room.
A photo from the "real world" set.
The sets for this live action scene were constructed in one of the conference rooms at South Park Studios.
The team finished filming this scene, in the SP office, around 6pm. Just 28 hours before air.
Here's another photo from the set of Cartman's room.
The team only had 60 hours to build the set, find costumes, audition actors & hire a film crew to shoot this.