South Park Studios FAQ

Compiled by Willie Westwood
from the list of questions answered by the staff at South Park Studios.

Part 34 - Summer 2009

Some commentary is provided in the third column
September 17, 2009
Is it true that Cartman's middle name is Theodore? And if so, in what episode do they first mention it? Yes sir. Eric Theodore Cartman. We first learn this fun fact in Season 2's "Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods," when Cartman is auditioning for the Cheesy Poofs Talent Show.
I saw a clip of South Park where they were in Mr. Garrison's class and Jay Leno came to visit and Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny were making fun of Jay Leno's chin. And then he got all pissed off and used his chin to deport himself. It was hilarious, but I've seen every episode of south park and I don't ever remember that scene from an episode. Can you please explain? That clip actually ISN'T from an episode. It was made for exclusively Jay Leno's show around Thanksgiving of 1997 -- during the first season of the show. It was made at the exact same time "Starvin Marvin" was in production, hence it's association with that episode in the clip info. Luckily, we keep it mega-reals and have that short right here.
I'm a big fan of the show, and after watching some of the older episodes I came across the show in which the boys try to breed a pig and an elephant together. I'm just wondering, are we ever going to see Kyle's elephant again? New episodes are currently being written as we speak, so there's really no telling what future will hold. But Kyle does care deeply for that pet -- he's actually kept a picture of the elephant and him in his bedroom all the way up through current episodes.
September 16, 2009
Which Primus song plays near the end of the Tooth Fairy money episode? i know that's Les Claypool. thanx! Good ear, and you're right...that song at the end of "Tooth Fairy Tats" (402) is actually a bit of "Pork Soda" by Primus. It comes off their 1994 album of the same name.
Hi! Can you please tell me who sang the "Gay fish" song?? and who is the lyrisist?? I have heard that it was written n sung by Kanye. Thanks! Leela Yo Leela, I know you just asked a question and all, and I'mma let you finish, but that song was actually written and sung by Trey Parker. Best song of the year.
Great job Trey, Matt, and the South Park crew for your 4th emmy award! What 3 other episodes won an emmy? Thanks!! We're all super-pumped over here about the win. Currently, South Park has also won Emmy's for "Best Friends Forever" (904), "Make Love, Not Warcraft" (1008), and "Imaginationland: The Movie" (1110, 1111, & 1112).
Hey there! I love this show! I was just wondering, who is that random kid in Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society? You know, the kid with brown hair and a greenish colored shirt who says something in Cartman's basement right before the huge ape fight? I don't think I've seen him in anything else, so I was just wondering who he is. Thanks! His name is never revealed in the show, but in the scripts he's known as Smores (he also wears a Snacky Smores shirt). He's actually been a background character in a number of episodes, although you may have confused him with Dog Poo (they look kinda similar). Prior to this episode, he's actually had one word of dialogue in "The Wacky Molestation Adventure" (416), but this is his first "big" speaking role in the show.
South Park is the most awesome show ever. I'm super cereal! In which episode is it that the doctor keeps saying to the patient that he has no time? (forgot who the patient was :I) It was Cartman, and he desperately needed a time transplant. This intense medical drama unfolds in "The Biggest Douche in the Universe" (615). Watch it now, you're running out of time...
September 10, 2009
In season 4 in the episode "Cartman Joins NAMBLA", theres something that flashes across the bottom of the screen at the beginning of the episode when the boys are playing the Investigative Reports With Bill Curtis Game. What was is that flashes across the bottom of the screen? Wow. You've got a pretty fantastic eye there. There's a one-frame flash of the top of Mr. Hankey's head (as well as his wife Autumn) on the bottom of the screen. There are occasional mistakes like this that slip through the cracks every once in a while -- but hey, that's part of the joy of making a show start-to-finish in 6 days!
What is the name of the song that KoRn plays at the end of the episode where KoRn helped stop the pirate ghosts, er ghost pirates...? Holy pirate ghosts! That would be Korn's hit song "Falling Away From Me." Great tune.
Do the Goth kids, other than Henrietta, have names? I'm not sure how many times you've been asked this, but I'd like to know....Oddly, and kinda sadly, enough, there's been fighting among fans about said topic. heh..... As of right now, the Goth kids don't have names -- names are just part of the conformist plan to make people into sheep. As you mentioned, we do learn in "Raisins" (714) that the Goth Girl is named Henrietta, but in the script, their just called the Goth kids. Here's a scene from "The Ungroundable" (1214), where all of the Goth kids are present. Right from the script:

INT. GOTH GIRLS' ROOM -- NIGHT

The goth kids are hanging out in the Goth Girl's room, smoking and listening to Goth music. Hair flip blows some smoke and taps his cigarette on an ashtray on the floor.

TALL GOTH
I walked into the cafeteria today... Rebecca Miller AND Phillip Rust were dressed like Vampires drinking Clamato juice with four kids from the football team...

LITTLE GOTH
Jesus...

HAIR FLIP GOTH
It's like there's more Vampire kids every freakin' day... Why is this happening? I mean, why now?

TALL GOTH
Doesn't matter WHY. Pretty soon the whole school is going to be an endless HIVE of conformist happy go lucky vampire wannabes.

GOTH GIRL
It seems like that preppie Mike McKowski kid started all this. Maybe he's the way to stopping it.

HAIR FLIP GOTH
What do you mean?

GOTH GIRL
I MEAN... What do you do when you want to change vampires back to normal? You get rid of the HEAD VAMPIRE.

The goth kids look at each other.

September 9, 2009
in an episode, i forget which one, stan says he was a leader of a cult once what episode is he a leader of a cult? Stan mentions that cult-leading fact in "Bloody Mary" (914), and he's referring to his role in "Trapped in the Closet" (912). I recommend you check out that episode to see what he's talking about.
What's the name of the song when Ike and his kindergarden teacher look at each other and fall in love with? That's the 80's classic "I Can't Fight This Feeling Anymore" by REO Speedwagon. But come to think of it, is there any better song in the world for a toddler-teacher-love-making montage?
I need help settling a debate with my husband. Is there an episode where Mr. Mackey loosened his tie and his head deflated to normal size? I say there is, but my husband says I'm crazy. Tell your husband to start puckering up. There certainly IS an episode where that happens (and it does only happen once) -- it's an old classic from Season 2's "Ike's Wee Wee". He actually spends a good portion of the episode with a normal sized head. Check it out here!
September 03, 2009
New episodes are coming in October, right? I can't watch them on TV so I was wondering when they will be on Southparkstudios.com? :) Yes, all the new episodes will be right here -- in glorious, streaming HighDef. The new episode pants party begins on October 7th, so make sure to tune in.
Are Cartman and Butters best friends? You mean Psychic Boy and Ghost Pal? This clip is probably the closest they've ever been to being BFFs. Although they've had a lot of adventures together (see: AWESOM-O, Casa Bonita, Super Fun Time) but I'm pretty sure they wouldn't consider themselves best friends.
Will Craig ever get a last name? His last name is actually "Tucker", a factoid we learned in last season's "Pandemic" (1210). He also has a pet guinea pig named "Stripe" and really, really enjoys flipping people off.
September 02, 2009
Hey! Just wondering, what's the song in "Up the Down Steroid" when Cartman is trying to look a handicap? Thanks. That's a classic 80s jam by Paul Engemann called "Push It to the Limit". The song was used in similar montage fashion in the flick Scarface.
September 01, 2009
I remember that a wallpaper was made of "The last pizza party" in the episode "Margaritaville", with a gold border around it. I looked throughout the whole site and I can't seem to find it. Where is it? Those wallpapers live in the "Crap" section of our website. Follow this: Crap > Downloads > Wallpapers. It's like a Couric-filled treasure chest in there. Here's a link right to it...download away!
Wheres Halfy nowadays? Probably still not having sex, as usual. The last time I remember seeing that half-dude was very briefly on stage with the Pro-War people in "I'm A Little Bit Country" (701).
August 20, 2009
Who voiced Mr. Guermo in Elementary School Musical? Mr. Guermo's slap-happy voice is done by Trey. He also does his son, Bridon.
How is Cartman, who by the way is totally not fat, completely fluent in spanish and like five other languages? He's had a lot of help from the Hooked on Fonics Monkey.
in what episode did Kenny's parents decide to have another rugrat, and Kenny doesnt want to compete with another baby in the house so he hits his dad in the nuts with a baseball while playing catch? i remember the episode, but cant find it. help me out please. That baseball crotch-slam goodness is from "Cartman Joins NAMBLA" (406). But it doesn't stop there -- there's also abortion cocktails, sexual predators, and even better, Marlon Brando look-alikes.
There are over 600 billion people waiting here in Amsterdam to see the pilot, when can we see it here?? I'm pretty sure there aren't that many people in Amsterdam, or the world, but point taken. Unfortunately, that Un-Aired Pilot feature is only available right now in the U.S. We're trying our best to get it out to the rest of the world, but this legal stuff makes it very difficult. We did just launch SouthPark.nl for all your South Park needs, and it may be available there very soon.
In the episode "Make Love Not Warcraft", was that the notorious Tony Banderas blow up man sitting in the left corner of cartman's basement? Oh yeah, that's the Life-Sized Blow-Up Antonio Banderas Love Doll alright. And you better believe it comes equipped with realistic genitalia. That doll has actually made several background appearances since Cartman got it as a "Christmas present" in Season 3's "Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery," including in Howard Stern's studio.
August 19, 2009
Howdy! In the Trapper Keeper episode, what is that horrible gelatinous blob that Cartman eats causing him to get sick?? I believe that was Rosie O'Donnell.
I just watched the unaired version of the pilot. Why did they cut out all this stuff, and why did they replace some of it? Also, why wasn't it fully mixed? They cut out and changed stuff for a number of reasons: some material they thought didn't work or play right; some of it got cut for time and story reasons (every episode is roughly 22 minutes total, this is over 24 minutes long). It wasn't fully mixed because this was the pilot delivered to the network -- shows typically don't get a proper sound mix until they're ready to be broadcast.
There's an episode where Cartman states that he cannot stop singing a certain song once somebody starts singing the first verse; What's the song and episode? I only remember that Kyle makes him sing it after he tells the gang. The song is "Come Sail Away" by Styx, and we learn about Cartman's weakness for it in "Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Slut" (202). Sing it with me: I'm saiiillliinnggg awwwaaayyyy.....
August 14, 2009
In the un-aired pilot, did Cartman have a dad and a sister? What's up with that?! Yes, he did -- great catch! You can see a brief glimpse of CARTMAN'S DAD and SISTER in the 3rd Act of the un-aired pilot. Basically, as with any TV show, the pilot episode is where you test out your characters and plot lines, see what works and what doesn't. You can watch the Pilot at SPS.com, but only until mid-September.
omg I love south park. Best show ever! If the show was a person i would marry it!!! I was wondering, why do Kyle and Cartman hate each other so much? Is there like a certain reason? I know that Cartman calls Kyle a jew and stuff, and Kyle calls Cartman a f***ing fat ass all the time. But its like, why do they hate each other SO much? Because Cartman is Kyle's sort-of friend-ish. And that's what sort-of friend-ish people do. They rip on each other, call each other names, and occasionally try to maim each other with whiffle ball bats.
August 13, 2009
In which episode are the boys all drawn in fine pencil detail?? That is a very hard easter egg to find, but that's what we're here for. You can see the boys -- all sketched out in very human form -- in the episode "Free Willzyx" (913). Check out this clip and be ready to hit the pause button!
Can you tell me please in which episodes Kenny (my favorite!) gets involved erotically or falls in love or romances with women/girls? thanks a lot Down boy! Well, Kenny IS just an eight year old boy, but he has fallen for a few girls over the course of his many lives. The two most notable Kenny romances would be with Kelly in "Rainforest Shmainforest" (301) and with Tammy in "The Ring" (1301). Unfortunately, his stint with Tammy ended with a tragic case of syphilis.
I recall an episode in which Cartman sings a song about the wild wild west and saving Salma Hayek with clyde frog. which episode is that again? thanks. A wild wild west, a wild wild wild west, a wiki wiki scratch, a wiki wiki scratch! That's from the classic Season 3 episode "Cat Orgy", and you can watch that clip or the whole wild, wild episode right here.

FUN FACT: "Cat Orgy" came out the same week as the South Park Movie: Bigger, Longer and Uncut. It's also the same week the Will Smith flick "Wild Wild West" was released, which beat it at the box office (bastards!). Hence, the heavy Wild Wild West parody.

I was wondering who does all the female voices like Wendy and the mothers of all the boys? Well, over the years, there's been a number of females that have done the voices for the women. For the past few seasons, it's been mostly the handiwork of Mona Marshall and April Stewart (she does Wendy). They each do a wide range of South Park females, both adults and kids. Jessica Makinson lends her voice on some episodes as well.
August 06, 2009
Is "South Park Lets Go Tower Defense" going to be in stores or just on Xbox Live? SPLGTD is gettin' super high tech on you gamers -- that awesome piece of videogame magic will be available exclusively for download on Xbox Live Arcade. It will be available for download on October 7, the same day as the mid-season premiere.
What is Mr. Garrison's first name? Herbert. We learn that little factoid in Season 5's "The Entity", where Mr. Garrison invents the best way to travel (ever). It should be noted, however, that his pen name is Ethan Garrison, which he used for his award winning novel "In The Valley of the Penises".
Who does Jimmy Kimmel's voice in 'Fishsticks'? That would actually be his brother, Jonathan Kimmel. He used to work for the show.
Hi! I have seen every episode of south park, but I do not remember what the episode was where the boys didn't want to get involved with the episode's plot? I believe you're talking about "Towelie" (508), where the boys just want to play with their new Okama Gamesphere and don't care about the cool death, military double-crossing, and huge explosions all around them. ...Or about the talking towel.
August 05, 2009
Hi, Just wanna ask, who actually does the voice of Kenny? And how, since Kenny's voice is kinda muffled up because of his hoodie. Matt does Kenny's voice. To get that signature sound, he puts a tissue in his hand and speaks into it while recording. In the script, Kenny's got full lines of dialogue -- so If you listen REALLY hard, you might be able to make out most of what he says.
Hi Marklar, this is Marklar from Marklar...So one more time Mr. or Mrs. Click Click Derk, i was wondering... why is it that the credits at the end of "Trapped in the Closet" all say Marklar or Marklar and not the real Marklars? Is there some type of marklar your trying to marklar there, or are ya just messing with my marklar? Also, what does Pioneer Paul say on his outro of his intro.. is it "...n' welcome ta 1864... suckelbuh!!"?? Marklar, that is a great Marklar. "Trapped in the Marklar" had Marklars for all the Marklar because it was a very Marklar. As for Pioneer Marklar, he says "And welcome to 1864. Set 'em up!" You're a Marklar.
Is Clyde frog OK? Has somebody sewed him? I'm worrying about him. Greetings from the lame country Hungary! (sorry, my english sucks. maybe.) Shhh, it's OK. I'm sure Clyde Frog is just fine. Even though Kyle ripped him in half in a fit of AIDS-rage, something tells me that Cartman will find a way to get his favorite stuffed animal sewn back together.
July 30, 2009
Hi there, is it possible that Chef's real name is "J. Mcelroy"? I saw it in "Succubus" Oh, it's possible alright. Chef's real name is indeed Jerome McElroy.
What is the name of the episode where they have a 'rerun' of the very first episode? because I can't find it! You're looking for the episode "Cancelled" (704). This was originally supposed to be the 100th episode (hence the re-run joke), but it lost that honor because of a scheduling shift. If you look closely, there's still a lot of 100th episode nods and inside jokes.
HEY FROM NZ!! I was wondering if Towelie appears in any episodes other than 'A Million Little Fibers' and 'Towlie'?? ..and who does his voice by the way? Mr. McTowelie has appeared a few other brief times outside of those two main episodes, and I'll give you the skinny: He shows up to make a lame pun in "Osama bin Laden Has Farty Pants" (509), he auditions to be the boys alternate friend in "Professor Chaos" (606), and he's in the audience at the town meeting in "Red Man's Greed" (707).

Vernon Chapman, who used to be a writer for the show, voices Towelie. Interesting side note, Vernon is the creator of two great shows you may have heard of: Wonder Showzen and Xavier: Renegade Angel.

Hi, I'm Aleksandra from Serbia and I want to ask: when are the new episodes coming? New episodes start up again OCTOBER 7th! I know it seems far away, but we still have a few more surprises for you at SouthParkStudios. Stay tuned!
July 29, 2009
Hey guys. I have a question about Al Gore. Who does his voice- Trey or Matt? That would be Trey. We are super cereal.
What was the name of the school Kyle goes to in the Biggest Douche in the Universe? Jewleeard. It's quite prestigious.
Has there ever been an episode about feminists? I don't recall any. Why not? It would be HILARIOUS and it practically writes itself! There hasn't been a full episode, but Mr. Garrison teaches his class about the Women's Liberation Movement in "'Lil Crime Stoppers" (706). Watch this clip -- and then answer me this: "who was the fattest, oldest skank on her period?"
July 23, 2009
Hi dudes, I'm wondering in which episode it was that Chef is talking to 'the children' and says something like "well there is a time for everything, it's called college". Please help me out! That's from the old Season 2 classic "Ike's Wee Wee", where we learn that drugs are bad. M'kay?
July 22, 2009
When was the first time Butters actually said something or was introduced? First, a FUN FACT: Butters was originally called "Puff Puff" by the crew for a number of years before he got his official name. Surprisingly, he's actually been in the background of the show since the very first episode "Cartman Gets An Anal Probe" (look for him in the classroom, on the left). However, Butters got his first speaking role and officially introduced in Season 3's "Two Guys Naked In A Hot Tub". Check it out!
why do people post so many stupid questions on this FAQ, isnt most of it kind of obvious? "There are no stupid questions, only stupid people," as Mr. Garrison is so fond of saying.
When does Kenny "Re-Live" after the episode "Kenny Dies"? Kenny makes his back-to-life comeback in the very last scene, of the very last episode, of Season 6: "Red Sleigh Down" (617). He just shows up and says he's "been hanging out". If you want to get technical though, Cartman thinks it's chocolate milk mix and drinks Kenny's ashes in "A Ladder to Heaven" (612). After this, Kenny's soul becomes unfortunately trapped in Cartman's body for a bunch of episodes. So yeah, he was hanging out.
July 21, 2009
Someone told me that South Park was actually banned in another country for its content, is that true? Sure is. Those crazy Russians have tried to get the series banned, and actually edit out parts that they deem offensive to the Motherland. Read about the silliness here.
Is it possible to have an episode just involving the Goth Kids? Like just to spend one day with them? Not like in "Raisins" or "You've got F'd in the A". Just grab some coffee and some teen angst, and snuggle up next to them in "The Ungroundable" (1214). That whole episode focuses around the Goth Kids taking on the douchey little Vampire kids.
What ever happened to Cartman's glasses in Succubus? I probably spelled that wrong. Oh welll. Actually, you spelled it so right, it hurts! As per his eyesight, at the end of that episode, Cartman -- I'm sorry -- Piggy gets an eye transplant, courtesy of one Mr. Kenny McCormick. His vision has been golden ever since.
I want to thank you guys for getting me through my last tour in Iraq. I watched every episode of every season, several times over. I have a special request: please bring back Kyle Schwartz!!!! You are very, very welcome sir. As for your request, none of the future episodes have been written yet, so you'll just have to wait and see. You think Kyle's Cousin Kyle can possibly handle the allergies and dry air of South Park again? I dunno, it was pretty terrrrible.
July 16, 2009
What episode is the one where the Chinese guy is a pilot and falls asleep while flying? The boys fly City Airlines in "It's Christmas In Canada" (715) while attempting to rescue Ike from his Canadian birth parents. The flight, however, goes pretty shitty....
July 15, 2009
First of all, South Park is freakin awesome. What is the episode where Mr. Garison sings "Hey, hey shitty shitty fag fag"? This debauchery occurs in the cuss-fest "It Hits the Fan" (502). After "shit" becomes OK to say in everyday conversation, Garrison and the rest of the town go nanners.
What episodes have Nicolas Cage in them? I've been trying to find an episode with him in it but I can't. Am I just making this up in my mind that he was in an episode I saw once? Thanks. Well, I don't want to call you crazy, but Nick Cage actually has not appeared in any episodes. He was, however, mentioned as an example of a "Mongoloid" in "Grey Dawn" (710), so indulge in that.
so in the episode "Chickenlover", at the end of it at the celebration in the streets, was that Jesus driving the truck with Officer Barbrady in the back of the truck???? Oooh yeah. That is the big man Jesus behind the wheel of Barbrady's truck.
July 14, 2009
First off south park is the most kick ass show on TV, and I loooveeee kenny!!! Second off, was that a flash of The Mole in the episode "Two Guys Naked in a Hot Tub", when Stan is flipping through channels? And what is the episode when the boys have to read and write a report on the 'Old Man & the Sea', where Cartman pays the Mexicans to do it? You've got a sharp eye, my friend. That is indeed The Mole (from the South Park Movie: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut) sitting on the couch of a Late Night talk show. If you look closely while Stan's flipping, there's also very brief glimpses of the Beefcake commercial (seen in "Weight Gain 400") and a show called "Cooking with Chef Fanculo" (with a man that looks an awful like Chef). Here's that clip; you may want to watch it full screen to capture its true essence.

As for paying Mexicans to read 'The Old Man and the Sea', that happens in the episode "D-Yikes!" (1106). Unfortunately, the Mexicans all write their "eses" instead of the essay.

Hey!!!!! South Park's BIGGEST fan here!! I just wanna kno -- in Imaginationland, what TV show is that little cat thing that keeps saying "snarf snarf" from???? That cat thingy is from the epic TV show "Thundercats". It's a parody of the character named Snarf, who constantly says "Snarf!" at the end of his sentences. Snarf!
Greetings from Israel! I'm a huge fan and I watched every episode you guys ever made and I noticed a weird thing....in the 6th season episode "Free Hat", Steven Spillberq and George Lucas die after watching the Re-Re-Re-Re-Release of "Raiders of the Lost Arc" but then they come back in season 12 "The China Problem" only to rape Indy and be arrested...so how did the come back to life? In the South Park universe, weird things happen. Aliens put probes in people's butts, tacos crap ice cream, and people come back from the dead. That's how we roll.
In what episode does Butters do a remix to "what what in the butt"? Butters covers Samwell's internet hit in "Canada on Strike" (1204). Just in case you're concerned, Butters won't bite (not that hard).
July 10, 2009
First of all, let me say that South Park totally kicks ass, but right now im curious, in all the episodes of South Park there is no episodes where Cartman likes anyone. In the second half of season 13, is Cartman gonna fall in love? That would be so funny. Plus, when r there gonna be new episodes with wendy??? Erroneous. There is ONE episode where Cartman likes someone -- nay, LOVES, someone. And that is "Jackovasaurus" (305). He loves them so much that after they've been shipped away, he doesn't even want to eat ice cream. As per your last two questions, you're just gonna have to wait and see. None of the episodes for the second half of Season 13 have been written yet, so it's all up in the air. New episodes start up again OCTOBER 7th! Stay tuned...
Hello! What episode does Cartman sing the ghetto song in? I could probably find it myself if I looked a bit harder, but I'm just way too lazy. At SPS, we appreciate that laziness. I believe you're talking about his rendition of "In the Ghetto", which he serenades Kenny with from time to time? This actually happens twice -- Once in "Chickenpox" (210), then again when Kenny's soul is trapped in Cartman's body in "A Ladder to Heaven" (612).
Hello, I was just wondering if Marjorine will ever come back? And if that character does come back, will it have some sort of implied intimate moment with one of the four main SP characters? like Kenny perhaps? Well, Marjorine is Butters. So that would be a little awkward.
July 09, 2009
Is "Over Logging" a parody of both 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind' and 'Grapes of Wrath'? Kudos to you, my friend. The Marsh family's journey out Californie-way in does indeed parody both "Close Encounters" and "Grapes of Wrath".
I LOVE YOU!!! Okay and I am a HUGE Cartman and Kenny fan and I have a question. In Margaritaville, was that KENNY without his hood when the boys were playing with squirrels? Yes ma'am. He's got his face all wrapped up, but that's Kenny. We mentioned in an earlier FAQ that Kenny has never shown his full face, except in the movie -- but we should clarify, there ARE a few hoodless slips like this. Most notably in "The Losing Edge" (905) and "The Jeffersons". Just look for that blond mop.
What season did "Mr. Garrison" get his sex change? That happens in the first episode of Season 9, in "Mr. Garrison's Fancy New Vagina". After some failed relationships and lesbian experimentation, he decides to get man-ified again in Season 12's "Eek, A Penis!" (1205).
Are the "Go God Go" episodes (1012 & 1013) in which Cartman time-travels referring to certain sci-fi movies? SP gets better and better with each season, keep up the good work guys. Greetings from Germany! Edu It's actually not referencing a movie, it's a parody of a quasi-famous TV show from the late 70s: "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century".
Hello from Holland!!!! Your show is the best, it's really popular here. But what is the episode in which Cartman writes a letter to someone and at the end he says "donkey boner!"? That would be from "Le Petit Tourette" (1108), where Cartman fakes having Tourette's Syndrome. Donkey boner.
July 01, 2009
Does Timmy ever say anything else besides his name? Yep, he has also rocked out with "Gobbles", "Jimmy", and "Livin' a Lie". Let's just say he likes to chose his words wisely.
Greets from Holland, love the show and the site. A quick question though, have you ever considered getting yourself an IT? That would be WAY better publicity than arriving at work in a limo, I'm sure. We all drive ITs. It's the only way to travel.
In the episode "Smug Alert", Gerald Broflovski's hybrid car has a license tag "1TMYMPG". Does it have a meaning? Say it with me: "One-T MY MPG". As in, "Want My MPG" -- for those that aren't metric, "MPG" means Miles Per Gallon for cars. Simply put, Gerald wants that good, green gas milage.
In the episode Pandemic and Pandemic 2: The Startling. Who's hamsters were those and who made the costumes for them? I especially like the Guinea Pirate and Spider (Lol). ~Zach M. First of all, those Godzilla-sized hamsters are actually guinea pigs, and they're angry as hell. To answer your questions, I'm going to refer you to the kick-ass "Behind the Scenes of Guinea Saurus Rex" feature we just released. It takes you step-by-step through the creation, production, and process of making the show. Enjoy!
What is the episode where Cartman is taking karate lessons?????????? ps: your show is the best Cartman "racks disciprine" in Season 9's "Bloody Mary". In case you didn't know, he also mastered Sumo in "Tweek vs. Craig" (304). His ass is one of great power.
Is the episode Asspen (603) a parody of some movie? There are several cheesy ski movies from the 80s/90s parodied in "Asspen", but the one in particular is "Better Off Dead", an 80s flick starring John Cusack.
First off, i live in colorado. i Love south park. One question if you will, who plays Jennifer Lopez in "Fat Butt and Pancake Head"?? if its Matt or Trey please tell me That fiesty little number would be Trey. And don't forget the hot sauce, cholo.