History Fridge / SouthPark

26th Jul '16 5:34:14 PM TheUnknownUploader
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** Adding onto the FridgeHorror, [[spoiler: Kyle points out that Cartman murdered his stuffed animals after teased him and told him to grow up. ''How much of Cartman's actions have been sparked by the other kid's constant teasing?'']]
26th Jul '16 5:26:08 PM TheUnknownUploader
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12th Jul '16 5:29:20 AM MattP5557
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*** What about Ugly Bob.
29th Jun '16 1:34:31 PM KiraDoom
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* As we've discussed, Cartman seemed to go through a sociopathic phase, to the point where he's (in)famous for it. And, also mentioned previously, "Tsst" implies he was controlled by a demonic force. May seem a bit out-of-nowhere... But look back earlier into the series history. Like '''''way''''' back. One may recall the episode "Damien", where the titular new kid is the son of Satan, thus making him a demon. "Damien" is the only time Damien actually makes an appearance... So where did he go? It's mostly just a personal theory, but what if Damien got bored one day and ''possessed Cartman without his awareness?'' Basically, he just remained dormant in Cartman's mind before deciding to make him do things Cartman hadn't considered before.
* Back in the day, ''South Park'' was a show that was made only to be offensive, until later shifting to it's more satirical format. Except, in a sense, the earlier episodes ''were'' satirical. They satirized the way adults and the media view and portray children, specifically by subverting ChildrenAreInnocent.
26th Jun '16 6:47:08 PM CJCroen1393
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* Kenny's possible connection to Cthulhu not only explains his immortality, but also ''why'' he dies so dang often--the universe doesn't want the spawn of Cthulhu to continue existing, so it's constantly trying to get rid of him to no avail.
18th Jun '16 5:25:58 AM MattP5557
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* In the "Coon Trilogy" we saw Cartman use Cthulhu to fulfill his KnightTemplar like ideas of making the world a beter place was including destroying all Whole-Foods Markets, Cartman was presented as the villain of this episode but [[TheExtremistWasRight he was right]] as revealed at the end of season 19 Whole Foods is a sentient being that [[GreaterScopeVillain was responsible for everything that happened that season]] Cartman may have saved countless people from evil ads like Leslie.
** Also for the matter of what Whole Foods really is remember in "Something Wall-Mart This Way Comes" when Stan and Kyle met the human personification of UsefulNotes/WallMart he said that hes not just Wall-Mart but he also works through other big named brands like Target, Whole-Foods Market is his newest incarnation it can't use Cartman as a pawn anymore because its selling health food but it remembered how week willed Randy is the reason it disappeared when Randy told it to was because they knew how too kill it.
2nd Feb '16 4:42:15 PM MarchVee
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* "Tonsil Trouble" (the AIDS episode) makes a lot more sense if you view it in the context of other WesternAnimation/SouthPark episodes (particularly ''Ginger Kids''). In many of those episodes, Cartman acts insensitively and so Kyle (and sometimes Stan) try to force him to "walk a mile in someone else's shoes", and it always backfires horribly. In this episode, it's reversed: Kyle acts insensitively towards Cartman for having AIDS, so Cartman gives him AIDS to give him some perspective. Cartman not just giving Kyle perspective on AIDS, he's also giving Kyle perspective on trying to teach him lessons! - Unknown Troper

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* "Tonsil Trouble" (the AIDS [=AIDS=] episode) makes a lot more sense if you view it in the context of other WesternAnimation/SouthPark episodes (particularly ''Ginger Kids''). In many of those episodes, Cartman acts insensitively and so Kyle (and sometimes Stan) try to force him to "walk a mile in someone else's shoes", and it always backfires horribly. In this episode, it's reversed: Kyle acts insensitively towards Cartman for having AIDS, [=AIDS=], so Cartman gives him AIDS to [=AIDS=]to give him some perspective. Cartman not just giving Kyle perspective on AIDS, [=AIDS=], he's also giving Kyle perspective on trying to teach him lessons! - Unknown Troper



** Also consider how many times through the seasons that Cartman wishes or threatens AIDS on Kyle... Stan even lampshades that Kyle finds it funny because of the irony.

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** Also consider how many times through the seasons that Cartman wishes or threatens AIDS on [=AIDS=]on Kyle... Stan even lampshades that Kyle finds it funny because of the irony.



* All those female fans who think Mysterion is so damn hot and awesome and heroic? That's Kenny. You know, the little pervert who often does drugs, likes sluts, once died of AIDs, and owns all those Playboys. The Logic? Kenny has a self-loathing complex. He hates who he really is, so he pretends he's a superhero as an easy way to get around it.

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* All those female fans who think Mysterion is so damn hot and awesome and heroic? That's Kenny. You know, the little pervert who often does drugs, likes sluts, once died of AIDs, [=AIDS=], and owns all those Playboys. The Logic? Kenny has a self-loathing complex. He hates who he really is, so he pretends he's a superhero as an easy way to get around it.
7th Jan '16 8:31:28 PM SpaceHunterDrakeRedcrest
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** Another moment from the episode. After Cartman [[MoralEventHorizon eats all the skin off his friends' KFC]], Kenny starts crying. At first, it seems like he's crying because, as Stan says, the skin is the best part. But if you think about it, Kenny's family is poor, so he probably doesn't get to have food that tastes as good to him often. Cartman just ruined a rare moment for him to have something tasty. Doubles as a Fridge TearJerker.
6th Jan '16 9:05:43 PM chasemaddigan
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* Mr. Garrison's hatred of Canadian immigrants makes more sense when you remember that he was killed by Canadians [[WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut during the events of the movie]].
29th Dec '15 12:33:22 PM Troper9
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** After the nuke, Cartman was able to imagine Kyle sucking his balls. It doesn't say if imaginary people can imagine. It was closer to turning back time.
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