Stan's house usually has a storm cellar next to the front door, but in the first scene of the film, when he leaves the house, there's no storm cellar. And, the trashcan sits on the left side of the garage.
Ew! Stan scoops up some yellow snow after a deer pisses on it and throws it up in the air so it can shower him.
The big TV screen at TELE's shows the Terrance and Phillip episode in which they float around in space. The three screens on either side show scenes from the HBC Movie Of The Week: Not Without My Anus.
Sharon Marsh works as the receptionist at Tom's Rhinoplasty.
A dentistry is next to Tom's Rhinoplasty.
When Stan shows the movie ad to his mother, the picture shown, of a maple leaf upon which are the faces of Terrance and Phillip and a car coming at you, is the one shown as a poster in front of the Bijou theater. When he shows the same ad to each of his friends, a different picture is shown, of Terrance and Phillip standing before their sofa. No maple leaf, no car coming at you.
The dog on Kenny's front yard is not Sylvester. It is one of two dogs that appear on his yard near the end of "Starvin Marvin." In that episode, the dog barks and chases some cats off the yard.
The flip side of the the ad for Asses Of Fire has the following:
Names and dates, obscene com-|
ments, a reference to the battle of
Stalingrad—all are revealed in per-
petuity. Foster also saved marks
left by earlier renovations, when
the building's vaulted corridors
were torn out to make way for ad-
An ad for America's #1 movie on the third day of Asses Of Fire's run: Stink Pipe, rated R.
Among the cities this movie is playing in are Santa Monica, West Los Angeles, and Westwood. Odd places to be listed in a South Park newspaper.
Among the cities this movie is playing in are Santa Monica, West Los Angeles, and Westwood. Odd places to be listed in a South Park newspaper.
ReichstagContinued from P1
ing and the adjacent western plaza
with a giant steel-and-glass canopy
supported by slender, 190-foot
high columns. He wanted to link
the building directly to the plaza —
once the site of massive public
demonstrations — most recently
when the Berlin Wall was torn
down. Foster hoped to extend the
spirit of a spontaneous public
gathering place through to the
building: he designed interior
courtyards, a rooftop terrace and a
restaurant, all open to the public.
But the building's program and
budget subsequently were signifi-
cantly scaled back, and Foster was
force to completely revise his
scheme. The result—which still
cost $165 million—is more comp-
act, less radical. Foster discarded
the large-scale enclosure and in-
stead reshaped the original dome
When Kenny sings his lines, the church doors are open behind the priest. Before and after, though, the doors are closed.
Before Stan, Kyle, and Kenny leave the Broflovski house with Ike, the storm cellar is small, but when they leave it is much bigger.
When the camera moves from outside to inside at the Broflovski house, the doorknob should move to the left side of the door, but it doesn't. It looks like the door swung around with the camera.
Here, Saddam was killed by a pack of wild boars, but in "Not Without My Anus," he was killed by a high concentration of Canadian farts, then dismembered by the jubilant Canadians. Oh, wait. Terrance and Phillip is a cartoon to the boys, so Saddam didn't really die in "Not Without My Anus."
The three people who follow the boys in line are the fifth graders from the unaired pilot and from "Clubhouses." They do get in to see the movie without a guardian.
When the boys learn that they can't go in to see Asses of Fire, Cartman says it's just as well, since the animation is all crappy. The next scene shows the boys bouncing around crappily. But if Terrance and Phillip were mere animation, the crusade to save them would be completely pointless, since animated characters can't be executed by real people.
The kids think nothng of using dirty language, but they're quite surprised when they hear Terrance and Phillip use it without bleeps.
When the boys leave the theater, the little canopy under the "Tom's Rhinoplasty" sign is gray. When they return with the bum, it is brown. The building itself changes colors ever so subtlely.
The bum the kids walk on and then go back for to be their guardian so they can see Asses Of Fire is the one Mr. Mackey ran into in "Ike's Wee Wee."
Cartman is noshing on a STALE popcorn bucket, a Choco bar, some Santa Fe Chili Chewies, a drink, and some Creamy Cream Corn Cakes
Terrance and Phillip are pictured with Santa on a portrait near the phone.
Ike mimics the boys in saying, "donkey-raping shit-eater," but it comes out slurred.
At the end of "Uncle Fucka" Terrance and Phillip trade places just after "U N C L E" to end the sond with "Uncle Fuckaaaa!"
Clyde is extremely fast. When Cartman asks for somene to touch him Clyde is behind him and to his left, blocked by Butters. In the very next scene he is off to Kenny's right just itching to leave the pond. Kenny is to Cartman's right.
Stan vomits when Wendy says "hi."
When the class is singing "Uncle Fucka" Bebe wears a cyan Terrance shirt, Kevin wears a cyan Terrance And Phillip shirt, and Pip wears a yellow Phillip shirt. When the camera pans from Gregory to Stan, the three shirts keep their pictures, but turn white. When Clyde volunteers an answer to "What is 5 X 2 ?" the shirts have their original colors again.
Gregory doesn't raise his hand to answer Garrison's math problem. A smart kid like him would be the first to have his/her hand up. But then, Wendy and Kyle didn't raise their hands either.
When Stan and Kyle wait in line for lunch, their shirts have the Terrance and Phillip heads with "T & P" beneath them, but the heads are switched so that Phillip's head is above the T and Terrance's above the P. When they meet Chef, their shirts revert to the versions shown in the classroom earlier. Either way, the sleeves on Stan's shirt remain blue.
No secret here: The letters on Chef's apron change case with the point of view.
Terrence, Mephesto's son, walks out of the school kitchen wearing his regular clothes, including suspenders, but enters the cafeteria in the very next scene wearing a Terrance and Phillip shirt. At the same time, the redhead who was in front of him is replaced by another girl.
Stan and several other kids wear the same Terrance and Phillip shirt, and at least one of them has the words "Ass Power" on it. Stan's does not.
Cartman's milk carton goes up under his chin in the cafeteria when the Terrance and Phillip T-shirts are banned at South Park Elementary.
In the "World News" segment, a two-story building sits to the right of the Bijou Theater. Some time later, it is gone.
Rainbow Chalk - In the spelling bee, the stick of chalk the boy uses to write "forensics" (S-U-C-K M-Y A-S-S) changes color. Before he writes, it is a faded orange. When he writes it is pink. After he writes it is white.
Terrance and Phillip's video, "Shut Your Fucking Face, Uncle Fucka," is taken from Mase and Puff Daddy's video, "Feels So Good," which was filmed in Las Vegas. Phillip holds a stack of bills in his right hand.
When Mr. Mackey starts to spin Stan around, they spin counterclockwise. Then, from Stan's POV, they spin clockwise (the background moves to the left). Then, from Mr. Mackey's POV, they spin counterclockwise again (the background moves to the right).
Kenny shows up for Rehabilitation after all, but does not participate in the musical number Mr. Mackey and the other kids produce.
The second time the class goes to see the film, Damien, Satan's son, is seated next to Stan. And Kelly is in the back, left.
During the film, the first three people in the second row, starting at left, are Kevin, the redhead, and Bebe. When the film lets out Kevin is nowhere to be seen, but the redhead and Bebe leave their seats. A second Bebe remains seated behind Kyle.
TERRANCE PHILLIP ASSES OF FIRE
MUSIC BY CHAIRMAN NOW PRODUCED BY KEMBA DU FORMAGE
SCREENPLAY BY SEAMORE TUSH DIRECTED BY TERRANCE
BASED ON THE BOOK "HAND FULL OF CHEEK" BY A. DEEN
SOUNDTRACK AVAILABLE ON IMPORT MAPLE RECORDS
Before Kenny farts and lights it, the camera position changes a few times, and the mountains change with it. Then, when Kenny laughs at his fart, a building appears next to the theater.
|IF YOU'RE ON HEROIN|
YOU'RE NO HEROINE
|THIS IS YOUR BRAIN|
AND THAT'S NO YOLK
The bench outside Mr. Mackey's office is on the left side of the entrance. Craig is on it, as usual.
Mr. Mackey seems to have inherited Principal Victoria's office. Will he now become Principal Mackey?
Mr. Mackey seems to have been a drug counselor before becoming South Park Elementary's counselor.
Mr. Mackey teaches that vulgarity is the first step to drugs, sex, and alcohol, and that vulgarity is easy to cure. Yeah, right.
There's no Latin word "bich"
Stan vomits again, at the sight of blood.
Interesting. Although Dr. Doctor is the name on the lead doctor's name tag, he is listed as Dr. Gouache in the credits. The reason for the listing is for the bloody way in which Kenny was operated on: Gouache is a form of watercolor which is characterized by splotches everywhere, much like Kenny's blood all over the room and the medical staff. But look at the Schedule, and the lead doctor is Dr. Chumsky!
Son, I have some bad news. We… accidentally replaced your heart with a baked potato.
Compare with this line from "It's A Shpadoinkle Day!" in Cannibal! The Musical:
My heart's as full as a baked potato.
Dr. Gouache walks away whistling part of "Mountain Town."
When the mothers arrive, the schedule and the blood stains on the boys are gone, and a monitor shows Terrance and Phillip in space.
Heaven has 1,656 inhabitants, Hell has 923,565,421,2xx and rising.
"There is orderliness in the universe." - There's a reason other than killing a bird that Kenny is in Hell. An orderly universe has a reason for every action.
John Wayne Gacy, the Killer Clown, floats by as Kenny makes his final descent into hell. Jerry Garcia is also there.
It's not even a real country anyway - Well, Québéc, leading the Fench-speaking part of Canada, keeps trying to break away…
Liane mentions Anne Murray. Anne Murray is from Springhill, Nova Scotia, Canada.
The storm cellar is back next to the Marsh front door when Shelley is left in charge of the boys while the mothers go to New York to protest Terrance and Phillip's appearance on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. But where are Ike and Kevin?
Cartman hums part of "Blame Canada" as he, Stan and Kyle laugh at the antics Terrance and Phillip perform on the Conan O'Brien show.
Terrance, Phillip, and Brooke on Conan O'Brien mirrors Matt, Trey, and Brooke on The Tonight Show in May, 1998.
Conan is shown leaping from one of the upper floors of the GE building, but his show is on the sixth floor. Also, Andy Richter doesn't shake anyone's hands or provide commentary.
There are two flags of interest in front of the UN building. The first, at far left, is a Gay Pride flag, a rainbow flag with an equilateral triangle in the middle. The second is the Jolly Roger, the pirate's flag, which consists of a skull-and-crossbones on a black field. The British flag is known as the Union Jack.
The items in Canada's economic pie chart:
Terrance and Phillip
Dion Fishing Industry
Snow Ball Machine
The helicopter scene from Apocalypse Now is recreated when bomber planes head towards Baldwin Manor.
During the press conference, the president says that at 5:00 a.m. the Baldwin residence was bombed, but the actual bombing shows the Baldwin men sunning themselves. If Clinton meant 5 a.m. Eastern, then the Baldwins would have been asleep, as that's 2 a.m. Pacific. Even if he meant 5 a.m. Pacific, the men would be asleep. The earliest the sun rises in Los Angeles is 5:45 a.m. at the summer solstice, and at about that time when we switch to daylight savings.
In "The March of War" Clinton's desk is shown with a hunidor containing the following brands of cigars:
CHURCHILL 7" X 48
CORONA 5 1/2" X 42
CORONA GORDA 5 5/8" X 46
DOUBLE CORONA 7 1/2 X 49
LONSDALE 6 1/4 X 42
PANATELA 5" X 34
PETIT CORONA 4 1/2" X 40
ROBUSTO 5" X 50
Clinton's new Secretary of Offense: Sheila Broflovski. The pattern on the wall, taken from Laurey's room in Oklahoma!, is squished soon after Sheila takes the mic. And, she finishes her speech with Nixon's "I am not a crook" pose.
Clinton is shown writing with his right hand. He is a lefty.
Jordan is picking her nose before Clyde says, "Let's play tetherball."
Stan vomits a third time, when Wendy asks him what he thinks of getting more political. Damnit!
The Dutch boys Cartman leads in "Kyle's Mom's A Bitch" looks very much like Pip, only their berets are puffier.
According to the sheet music, these are the words Cartman sings in four languages.
African (specific tongue?):
The projector is made by SUNY.
The V-chip works by shocking you whenever you want to swear. In A Clockwork Orange, behavior-altering drugs work by counteracting any violent or sexual thought the patient has, making the patient retch. Alex first received them during a demonstration of the drugs' effectiveness. The drugs are so effective that only psychiatric treatment is needed for the changes to become permanent, but any angry, violent thought will bring forth vomit and violent abdominal cramps.
One of the women on stage really has to go to the restroom.
An album, "Alanis Morissette: Naked and Crying," is one of the Canadian items burned in the pyre. Celine Dion and Shania (Come All Over) CD's are also burned, as are Canadian basketballs. Basketball was created in 1891 by the Canadian Dr. James Naismith at the YMCA in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Liane Cartman is popular on porno and fetish sites on the Internet.
Scheisse is German for… well, shit. And wouldn't you know it? The V-chip only works on English words! Oh, scheisse! That same drawback, discussed in the news two years ago or so, is a problem on real V-chips as well.
Stan vomits a fourth time, at the sight of a woman eating scheisse. But a few seconds later it is gone. On the Opie and Anthony radio show in the Summer of 2000 Trey recounted that Matt threw up when Trey showed him a scheisse video for the first time.
The German spelling for scheisse is now scheiße. This is the same as "fs" in early modern English (this f was missing the right part of the crossbar and was another form of "s"), where the top of the f touched the s.
Stan says something (three syllables) to Cartman when Ike enters, but what he said isn't known.
When the boys are surfing the net, their web browser has a "SPHINC" button at the right end of the button bar.
The torture rack Kenny is tied to is in front of a sinister skull.
It's funny how Kyle can figure out how to get past an access code on the Internet and then forget the password to the La Resistance meeting. And the password he does accept is not a kosher food.
How did Cartman know to pack a mirror and rope befoe meeting the Mole, or even before learning Gregory's plan to rescue Terrance and Phillip?
"Viva La Resistance" should be "Vive La Résistance."
Stan vomits a fifth time, when Wendy asks him if he started La Resistance.
The interment camp Terrance and Phillip are held in has the same blueprint as Hell's Pass Hospital. Their cell is located in the same spot in the camp as the emergency generator is on the hospital grounds. The compass points read the same on both maps:
This is probably because we all learned our compass points this way: North, South, East, and West, and forgot it was a cross we made, not a circle.
Several kids in the movie come back as part of the Getting Gay with Kids Choir in "Rainforest Schmainforest." Among them is Jake, the male lead in the choir. He first appears dressed in brown from head to toe. At the first meeting of La Resistance, "Jake" wears a yellow shirt and says, "We were to understand there would be pie and punch?" When Kyle says there isn't any, he and another boy get up and leave. The irony is that Tweek, who appeared on the show four months before Jake did, is not in the movie.
An attic appears on the Broflovski house. These are never shown in the series. There seems to be a Diary of Ann Frank reference in that Ike is hidden by Kyle in the attic to protect him from Canadian concentration camps, much as the Franks were hidden by friends in the attic to protect them from Jewish concentration camps.
To Barbrady's right sits Jesus, and to his left is Grandpa Marsh wearing a Japanese flag as a bandana.
Jimbo wears a green hat different from the others. It says, "KILL 'EM ALL!"
This is truly a MAC offensive. The general's podium has an eagle holding a no-Canada sign.
As the General briefs ths American soldiers before the war with the Canadians, the soldiers behind him change positions on every shot he's in.
An upside-down version of the American flag is displayed when Batallion 5, consisting of Chef and his troops, is placed on the lower-left side of the bleachers. A flag upside down is a sign of protest.
When the Army general brings up the map, the holograph he uses is like the one in Return of the Jedi. His voice is an exaggerated version of Admiral Ackbar's.
The names of various soldiers:
|At the U.S. ARMY ANTI-CANADA CONTROL HEADQUARTERS||CHRIST (Jesus' tag)|
|Battalion 5||CHEF (yep, Chef's tag)|
|Guarding Terrance and Phillip||MCAO|
|Marching by Kyle's house||RAMWOOD|
|At the USO show||WILBUR|
|Near the electrical box||BONEMEW (the W is soon covered)|
Some other soldiers to look for: FAGINA, RIPPER,
When the action moves back to Carl's warehouse, a long shot has Wendy standing to Stan's left. On close-up, though, Clyde appears behind and to the left of Stan (Wendy has evidently stepped off to her left). Moments later, neither Clyde nor Wendy is seen as Gregory passes behind Stan on his way to the soap box. Wendy returns when Gregory is on the soap box.
In the same scene, Cartman and Bebe are on opposite sides of the table, Butters stands left of Cartman, and the redhead left of Butters. But the moment the camera looks at Cartman, he's standing between the redhead to his right and Bebe to his left.
In the same scene, Stan's beanie has one definite watermark when he and Gregory talk and another when the camera pulls back a little. They disappear when Gregory starts singing.
A father remembers: Stuart McCormick has a picture of Kenny strapped to his helmet. And the strap has a Stars-And-Stripes design.
Cartman is eating Coo Coo Chips while Stan and Kyle sing their part in "La Resistance".
Craig replaces a kid wearing a blue cap with yellow brim near the end of "La Resistance".
The flag of La Resistance comes from the "The Red and The Black" sequence in Les Misérables. And Tragedy and Comedy show up on it.
Interesting how the place the boys have to go to in order to free Terrance and Phillip and take them to Canada moves from their cell to the stage.
"Third Act: The Ticking Clock." - 9:40 p.m.
Why did Christophe ask for rope when he's carrying some on his right shoulder?
The disappearing watch - the watch is on the Mole's wrist only when he needs to refer to it.
Jesus marches with the troops on patrol just before Kyle hides Ike in the attic. All Christian nations like to think Jesus marches with them when they go to war, even if that war is against other Christian nations.
At the U.S. Army Headquarters Jesus was in a regular uniform, like the other soldiers, but in marching he is dressed in camouflage.
"Today is the day for the USO show.
We're so happy we get to go.
I don't know, but I've been told:
Canadian pussy is mighty cold"
—— the last two lines go back to Full Metal Jacket, where the word is "Eskimo," not "Canadian." And to think that Jesus is saying these words along with the other soldiers!
"There's nothing on." - As Satan channel-surfs, you can hear the voice of the Australian Outback Guy before Satan settles on War News.
There's a men's restroom sign next to Satan's bathroom.
Why would anyone in Hell need living quarters or amenities?
Canadians on an Aztec calendar? (the Aztecs disappeared before Canadians were around)
George Lucas is to the right of Terrance on the Mayan calendar. All three of them can be seen between Satan's horns.
A picture of Skeet Ulrich, of Scream and As Good As It Gets fame, hangs above Satan's bed.
Satan is over-rated. Human evil can be far worse than satanic evil.
Saddam is quite skilled at blowing puffs of smoke from his hookah. When he's singing that society made him evil, the puff that comes out of the hookah becomes an American flag. I suppose he means American society made him evil.
Saddam has an idol. When Saddam is packing his suitcase to go back up to earth, he puts a little Hitler doll into his suitcase, which has a marijuana leaf on it. When the suitcase is on the bed, Hitler's hairdo has flipped so that the part in on the right instead of the left.
For those who see South Park for the first time in this movie, it makes sense that Satan asks Saddam what life is like up here. But those who have seen the show know that Satan has been on earth before to fight Jesus in "Damien." Satan need not have asked what life was like here, since he's been here before.
Cartman confuses the French and the British: Pip he calls Frenchy (so does Kyle), Christophe he calls a British piece of crap.
How did the USO get a hold of Big Gay Al?
As Terrance and Phillip are strapped into their electric chairs, the background changes several times. Sometimes the U.S. flag is shown, sometimes the red curtains hide it.
Big Gay Al's pianist is Marc Shaiman, who helped Trey Parker with most of the songs in the movie. The piano makers are Felcher and Sons. A felcher is a man who gives a rim job to another man.
"Again! Again!" - from the Teletubbies, but it was around long before…
"What, Cartman?" - Though it's Stan mouthing the question, it's Kyle who's asking.
Terrance and Phillip are strapped in so that onscreen Terrance is to the left, Phillip to the right. When the Mole shows up, Phillip is to the left while Terrance is to the right. After the Mole dies, Terrance is again to the left, Phillip to the right.
When Cartman wears his backpack, the shoulder straps are sometimes thin, sometimes thick, and their fit changes as well.
While the Mole is dying, an overhead shot shows that Cartman isn't wearing his yellow backpack (he loses it for good shortly before turning off the executioner's switch).
Also in the same overhead shot, you get to see Stan and Kyle's hands, shoulders, and feet. But the normal frontal view shows that their hands, shoulders, and feet could not be seen from overhead.
When the switch is thrown to electrocute Terrence and Phillip, it's pulled downwards. A few shots later, we see Cartman jump in to save T and P by turning the switch off — downwards.
When Stan responds with "No!", just after Sheila says "Goodbye, bastards!", you can see that Kyle has pissed his pants and a bit of his jacket. They dry out quickly, though.
When the Canadians attack, Mr. Hat blinks.
"Yis some people gonna die?" Trey and Matt hate Jar Jar Binks.
Chicks love confidence.
The clitoris' voice is one of wisdom, like Glenda's (the Good Witch of the North) in The Wizard of Oz. Its appearance to the hero and then its disappearance when others arrive is a common movie device - The Holy Grail in Excalibur and Ben Kenobi in the Star Wars films, for instance.
The demons attacking the soldiers is a bit like God blinding the people who look upon the open Ark of the Covenant in Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Stan vomits a sixth time, when Wendy kisses him on the cheek.
Officer Barbrady is dressed in in his police uniform when the town gathers for the reprise, but as the camera pulls away, he is again dressed as a soldier. When the final group shot is shown, he's in his police uniform again.
Still looking for Jesus? He's behind Mr. Mackey.
Still looking for Mr. Hankey? Just look by Mephesto's feet when the camera pulls back.
Mr. Hat is back on Mr. Garrison's right hand just before Kenny enters heaven.
Also, Scuzzlebutt and the two Chinese volleyball announcers are there.
It's entirely possible to lampoon something without losing faith in it.
|Return of the Jedi I|
Cartman can now manipulate the V-chip
|Satan as Darth Vader, Cartman as Emperor Palpatine,|
Saddam as Luke Skywalker
|Return of the Jedi II|
Satan moves to be rid of Saddam
|Satan as Darth Vader, Saddam as Emperor Palpatine,|
Kenny as Luke Skywalker in coaxing Satan, as Darth Vader in revealing his face
|The Search For Spock|
Satan moves to be rid of Saddam
|Satan as Jim Kirk "I have had enough of you!", Saddam as Klingon Commander Kruge|
|The Lion King||Satan as Simba, Saddam as Scar, the rock Satan stands on as Pride Rock|
|The Matrix and some commercials||The 360-degree rotation around Cartman.|
|Dragonball Z||Cartman as Goku.|
And speaking of Goku, here's what Cartman says to Saddam:
"Dumbshit, respect my fuckin' authoritah!"
"Check this one out: blood-drenched frozen tampon popsicle!"
Saddam says he can change: "Okay" [turns away, but sees what Saddam meant] "Not!
"Fuck! Shit! Cock! Ass! Titties! Boner! Bitch! Muff! Pussy! Cock! Butthole! Barbra Streisand!" Ah, the depth of Parker and Stone's hatred of Babs.
Minor lesson: One cannot live in fear forever. One must gain confidence and assert one's self. Stan, Kyle, and Satan learn this in different ways.
MPAA lesson: It's possible to load a film with as many bad words as possible, as long as the sexual activity you portray is tame enough for an R.
(with accompanying photo of Terrance and Phillip) on paper the bum uses as a blanket when the boys step over him.
SOUTH PARK SUN
Headline on paper Gerald reads while Sheila kicks high.
Poop ruled edible
This due to the religious right's love of guns and the Second Amendment. The irony is that these Christians make the same argument for the right to bear arms (kids should be allowed to handle guns) that Parker and Stone make for the right to speak your mind (kids should be allowed exposure to all kinds of language).
It's raining frogs!
New study shows
Americans not so smart
|Man In Theatre
||Woman In Theatre
||The Baldwin Brothers
||Canadian Fighter Pilot
||Toddy E. Walters
||American Soldier #1
||American Soldier #2
||Stanley G. Sawicki
Since Kyle hid Ike in the attic, Ike is not present in the following scenes:
1. with the boys at the book-burning.
2. with Kyle and Cartman in the trench.
3. with the boys looking at Kenny take off his hood.
|Event||Familiar version||Alternate version|
|Kyle sits at the computer about to send a message out to other kids.|
|Kyle:||Let's see, I gotta put out an all-access E-mail.||Let's see, I gotta put an all-access bulletin on the Internet.|
|Given that Kyle is using a Web browser at the moment, the alternate version is spot-on.|
|Kenny's ghost appears to Cartman for the first time|
|Cartman wears green pajamas with the Snacky Smores bear design||Cartman wears white pajamas with the Snacky Smores bear design|
|Right after that scene, Satan is at his crystal ball anticipating the execution of Terramce and Phillip when Saddam walks in|
|that scene begins with an explosion, and horns in the background||that scene begins with horns|
|The rescue, as Cartman goes to turn off the alarms and the Mole goes for Terrance and Phillip|
|Most soldiers were green uniforms, but some wear blue||All soldiers wear green uniforms|
|Kyle reasons with his mom before she shoots Terrance and Phillip|
|Kyle:||Whenever I get in trouble you go off and blame everybody else.||Whenever I get in trouble you go out and blame a bunch of other people.|
The original line one of those two year-olds who did Ike's voice was asked to say:
"Those boys out there are soldiers."
|That beam of light shining on Kenny before Satan meets him is God giving him his missions to fulfill before entering heaven:|
Thou shalt not speak the Lord's name in vain. The Lord's name is not "God," is it "I am that am."
Of course there's false prophecy in the film! It's Satan prophesying, after all.
Since the film came out, the following things have been blamed on Canada:|
|Wizard of Oz, The (1939)
||Kenny going to Hell, the Clitoris.
||"A Night On Bald Mountain" (Cartman destroying the spirits, and then dawn)
||Alice in Wonderland (1951)
||Sheila as the Queen of Hearts
||Miserables, Les (1952)
||La Resistance, the Mole dying
||Diary of Anne Frank, The (1959)
||Kyle placing Ike in the attic
||West Side Story (1961)
||La Resistance Finale, the Mole's death
||Dr. No (1962)
||One of the doctors at Hell's Pass Hospital
||Great Escape, The (1963)
||"The March Of War."
||Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964) (TV)
||Charlie Brown Christmas, A (1965) (TV)
||The kids skating on the frozen pond.
||Sound of Music, The (1965)
||"Mountain Town" Intro
||2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
||Stan twirling in "What Would Brian Boitano Do?"
||Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968)
||"Kyle's Mom's A Bitch"
||Sheila pacing the stage.
||Clockwork Orange, A (1971)
||Gojira tai Mekagojira (1974)
||"Mecha-Streisand Takes New York"
||Star Wars (1977)
||The General pointing out his strategy on the holographic globe
||Apocalypse Now (1979)
||The bombers heading towards Baldwin Manor
||Blue Lagoon, The (1980)
||Empire Strikes Back, The (1980)
||The general calling up the map.
||Chariots of Fire (1981)
||"Asses of Fire"
||Return of the Jedi (1983)
||Kenny revealing his head, Satan as Darth Vader
||Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984)
||Satan throwing Saddam into the inferno: "I have had enough of you!"
||Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)
||Kenny floating around like a ghost
||Full Metal Jacket (1987)
||"I don't know, but I've been told…"
||"Dragonball Z" (1989)
||Cartman's anime tranformations
||Little Mermaid, The (1989)
||"Up There" (song)
||Beauty and the Beast (1991)
||"Mountain Town," "I'm Super", shot of Satan caressing a dandelion in "Up There." (Belle did this in her reprise)
||"Barney & Friends" (1992)
||"…Barney the dinosaur's fucking pussy?!"
||"Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (1993)
||"X Files, The" (1993)
||the various aliens sneaking about or pictured
||Free Willy (1993)
||Lion King, The (1994)
||Satan standing on a rock much like Pride Rock after getting rid of Saddam
||George Ckooney, the ER
||Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, The (1994)
||Big Gay Al
||Cannibal! The Musical (1996)
||The heart and the baked potato.
||Beavis and Butt-head Do America (1996)
||Terrance and Phillip
||Hunchback of Notre Dame, The (1996)
||Esmeralda among the mothers
||"Up There" (animation)
||Satan at the bow of the S.S. Manhandler
||In the Company of Men (1997)
||The relationship between Saddam and Satan
||Cartman's anime power. (see Dragonball Z)
||Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)
||"Yis some people gonna die?"