History Headscratchers / SouthPark

4th Dec '16 4:50:37 PM rosewood47
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** Kyle probably thought Sheila would do something drastic like trying to divorce Gerald, or even ''kill him''. He wants things to go back to normal.
3rd Dec '16 12:18:04 AM Technomaru
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* In "Not Funny"... Why oh why couldn't Kyle just simply tell Sheila that Gerald was Skankhunt 42 and that Ike was framed by him but instead decides to piss off Sheila even more... also why couldn't Kyle just tell everyone at school about Gerald ergo it would've ended the gender war and make the girls feel like jackasses for breaking up with the boys over something Gerald did?
23rd Nov '16 7:40:24 AM BrendanRizzo
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** [[TechnologyMarchesOn Because it was 2002?]]
20th Nov '16 2:23:23 PM CartmanCheesyPoofs
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* If God and Satan exist in the South Park universe and have appeared on earth, why are there still atheists?
** God and Satan are almost never seen on the mortal plane, and when they do appear they don't give much evidence to being God and Satan. It's quite possible that atheists believe that they're either mutants with a god complex or more likely runaway creatures from Imaginationland. Considering how God and Satan are treated, almost every branch of the Abrahamic faith would be proven wrong.
** What about the time Satan & Saddam Hussein rose from hell in front of countless witnesses & tried to take over the world?
*** Kenny wished for a ResetButton at the end of that film, so while Kenny faded away, everything was changed back to before the incident [except that Kenny was still dead].
* Why didn't Kyle learn Ike was adopted until Ike was two years old? Wouldn't his parents have told him when they got Ike? Wouldn't Kyle have noticed he was Canadian, being a Terrence and Phillip fan?
** Matt and Trey probably hadn't thought of it yet. Remember, when Terrance and Phillip were first introduced, they weren't supposed to be live action, they were cartoon characters.
* In "Chickenpox" when Mr. Garrison assigns the kids homework, Stan says he's a sick weirdo and Randy agrees. Why does Randy find the boys to be intolerant in "The Death Camp of Tolerance" when the boys are complaining about Mr. Garrison?
** "The Death Camp Of Tolerance" parodied the then-upsurge in political correctness and obsession with tolerance that was appearing in popular culture. Also, until season 4, Garrison wasnt openly gay, and thus Randy presumably just thought he was a perverted straight man.
* If Cartman claims to not be gay to Cupid Me in "Tweek x Craig", then why does he have Hoyay moments with Kyle and Butters... especially Butters, has no problem cross dressing, dressed as Britney Spears while making out with a cardboard cutout of Justin Timberlake, gave Ben Affleck a handjob, and shows little to no interest in women? So is he gay or not and why did Trey decide to make him Ambiguously Gay?
** There's not really an answer as to why the creators made him Ambiguously Gay or bi. I'm probably missing a few episodes, but his Hoyay moments I've seen with Kyle and Butters probably don't imply that he's gay. The reason he was once so desperate for Kyle to suck his balls in the Imaginationland trilogy was because Cartman knew leprechauns were real and Kyle flat out refused to believe him. Normally, Cartman doesn't speak literally he tells people to suck his balls, but since he proved Kyle wrong with something he would've never believed, he dared him to do something as vile as literally sucking his balls due to Kyle's serious disbelief.
** The reason he claimed to be Kyle's boyfriend in the episode "Cartman Finds Love" is because the new black girl at their school, Nichole, had a crush on Kyle instead of Token, and Cartman wanted Nichole to be with Token instead since he thought they'd make a cute couple since they're both black. Therefore, Cartman told Nichole that Kyle is already taken to to ruin any chances she had with him in attempt to get her and Token together.
** Last of all, Cartman took a picture of him with Butters' dick in his mouth because he thought that it would make Butters gay instead of himself (the reason altogether was because he loves taking funny pictures of him doing crude things to Butters while he's asleep). In fact, he was so dissatisfied with this that he wanted to get rid of all the evidence of the picture and if not he would photoshop it to make it look like Kyle is sucking Butters' dick instead.
** Well since he now fell in love with a girl in Season 20 (Heidi Turner) and [[spoiler: they're officially dating]], this could imply that Cartman has a heterosexual side to him.
* So if some characters in the show, such as Randy and Butters, wear normal clothes like us people in the lower lands, how come they haven't, you know, frozen to death? The mountains are extremely cold, and yet they seem to act as if they were at room temperature.
RuleOfFunny perhaps? The boys also still wear their jackets even when they're indoors or on a sunny day. The only time they usually don't wear them is when they go to bed.
* Why does a majority of the fandom believe Kyle has green eyes? Stan has blue, Cartman brown, and Kenny blue. All of those are confirmed as of now (originally both Kenny and Cartman had hazel though, and Cartman described Kenny as having brown eyes in an early episode). Is it because he has red hair? To make him stand out from his friends and the crowd? Because it looks good on him color combination wise?
** I'm guessing it's a combination of all three.
** Also given his Jewish heritage likely being of the Ashkenazi variety out of Central and Eastern Europe (his surname is of Slavic origin), Green eyes are not at all uncommon there so it's plausible.
** I think you're thinking of the time when Cartman made a pun about Kenny's anus.
* Why does everyone draw Butters with blue eyes? It's never stated, and blondes aren't always blue eyed. Is it because of how the color duo is often seen as being innocent, or because it makes him more twink to them? To note his similarities to Kenny? I've always seen him as having Green Eyes or Brown Eyes.
** Maybe because blue eyes are often associated with innocent characters?
** Because they make him look EVEN MORE freaking adorable.



!!"Merry Christmas, Charlie Manson!":
* Why wouldn't Stan's parents let him go to Cartman's grandma's house for Christmas in "Merry Christmas, Charlie Manson"?
** Because "Christmas is a family time." My parents have this rule too.
** Yeah but why was Sharon being such a bitch about it, she even screeches at Stan about it and that's what got him to run off anyway.
*** She was hardly being a bitch about it. It IS awfully ballsy for an eight year old to request to spend Christmas somewhere else.
*** Well, when she left up to Mr. Marsh and he said it was all right, she then yelled that he wasn't going and that was final. That possibly kinda pissed him off.
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!!"Do the Handicapped Go to Hell?":
* How was Saddam Hussein able to come back to life in this episode when Satan killed him off for good in the movie after throwing him off a stalagmite?
** Saddam wasn't killed by that; he sings along at the end with everyone else, still impaled on the stalagmite.
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[[folder:Season 5]]
!!"Cripple Fight":
* The boys fight to get Big Gay Al back to the Boy Scouts of America (who kicked him out for being gay) and succeed. But at the end of it, BGA rejects coming back on and says the BSA have a right to deny gays to join their organization. It feels more like the episode unintentionally endorses institutional segregation as BGA actually got to go back to the BSA and then, after rejecting the offer said he's going to try again to get the group to accept gays. In fact, the official policy on not allowing gay adults is summed as straight people have more moral fortitude than gay people. Institutionalized racism is an ever present threat to society and this episode is saying its ok to deny people rights based on sexual orientation alone?
** I thought it was more about Big Gay Al wanting to be a Scoutmaster for the kids, and insisting on his 'rights' would hurt Scouting and the kids. (It also reinforced that he had no ulterior motive for wanting to be a Scoutmaster, incidentally.)
** In his speech at the end of that episode, Big Gay Al said it was more about how they see the light at their own pace instead of being forced to do so. When he won the lawsuit, the scout masters were locked in shackles and had food thrown at them for their homophobia toward Big Gay Al which he might of saw as them overdoing it on the punishment. Big Gay Al said if he's allowed to express himself, then so are the Scouts despite their homophobic policies. It seems as though Big Gay Al would love it if they allowed gays in scouts, but his speech implies he would much rather have the Scouts accept gays because they're okay with it rather than they're being forced to by the government, even if it'll take longer to do so.
*** Exactly. He wanted them to let him in because they knew it was right, not because everyone else wanted them to.
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[[folder:Season 9]]
!!"Marjorine":
* Garisson says Marjorine is from Dallas. I'm just curious, is that Butters' accent?
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[[folder:Season 10]]
!!"Cartoon Wars Part I":
* Ok this just hit me right now but if Cartman can go berserk when being compared to Family Guy, then what would happen if he was compared to EVEN WORSE cartoons like Drawn Together or (dear god!) Canada's series "Kevin Spencer"? I mean Kevin is even more messed up than Cartman.
** "Cartoon Wars" was basically Matt and Trey whining about being compared to ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', so I can't see that happening. Anyways, what's bad to someone might be good to someone else.

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!!"Good Times with Weapons":
* Ok this In the episode "Good Times With Weapons" why didn't it ever occur to the kids to just hit me right now but if bury their weapons in the ground?
**
Cartman can go berserk when being compared tries to Family Guy, then what would happen if he was compared to EVEN WORSE cartoons like Drawn Together or (dear god!) Canada's series "Kevin Spencer"? I mean Kevin is even more messed up than Cartman.
** "Cartoon Wars" was basically Matt and Trey whining about being compared to ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', so I
tempt Kyle into ditching his weapon but (his words, not mine) >"Okay. Go ahead, Kyle. Throw your nunchakus away. If you can. But you know well that the Jew in you won't let you. You can't see throw away something you paid fifteen bucks for. Go ahead and try."
** In
that happening. Anyways, what's bad same episode... since when are real, high-quality Japanese weapons only fifteen dollars?
*** They aren't. They're just hunks of metal that are sharp enough
to someone might be good cause injury, and hawked as real to someone else.kids and gun nuts who don't know any better.
*** Go to any flea market. You will likely find somebody selling poor-quality weapons for near those prices.
*** Adults Are Useless
*** Also, a lot of that was the kids using their imagination. They probably imagined those weapons a lot more awesome than they really are.
* Did the boys ''actually'' transform into anime form but with the superpowers only visible to them? It seems that the adults only see these kids playing around with weapons and are confused as to why they're having so much fun. Bottom line, I wonder if the boys actually had the superpowers to transform into anime form or if they remained as they normally are, with the fighting sequences animated in anime style to give the episode's theme context?
** The second, obviously. Cartman ''didn't'' turn invisible when he was "sneaking" across the stage naked. The transformations were all in their heads.



[[folder:Season 11]]
!!"The List":
* The explanation Bebe gives is so complex. Why didn't they just move Clyde to the top and anyone who was above him down a peg?
** In that episode just the voting process made no frakkin sense. Neither does changing the list. Also RuleOfFunny.

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!!"Marjorine":
* The explanation Bebe gives Garisson says Marjorine is so complex. Why didn't they from Dallas. I'm just move Clyde to the top and anyone who was above him down a peg?
** In
curious, is that episode just the voting process made no frakkin sense. Neither does changing the list. Also RuleOfFunny.Butters' accent?



[[folder:Season 12]]
!!"Breast Cancer Show Ever":
* What the hell is wrong with Butters in "Breast Cancer Show Ever"? Wendy hasn't done anything to Butters that would make him want to see her get beaten, and yet he says he wants Cartman to "kick the crap out of her". When the actual fight occurs, Butters is giddy with excitement, smiling and hopping up and down. In fact, he quickly switches sides and starts cheering on Wendy when it's clear that she's winning-- meaning that he was into the actual violence more than anything. [[CharacterDerailment What made him so OOC in this episode]]?!
** Maybe he was excited about witnessing a fight occur, no matter who was fighting?

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!!"Cartoon Wars Part I":
* What the hell is wrong with Butters in "Breast Cancer Show Ever"? Wendy hasn't done anything to Butters that would make him want to see her get beaten, and yet he says he wants Ok this just hit me right now but if Cartman to "kick the crap out of her". When the actual fight occurs, Butters is giddy with excitement, smiling and hopping up and down. In fact, he quickly switches sides and starts cheering on Wendy can go berserk when it's clear that she's winning-- meaning that being compared to Family Guy, then what would happen if he was into the actual violence compared to EVEN WORSE cartoons like Drawn Together or (dear god!) Canada's series "Kevin Spencer"? I mean Kevin is even more messed up than anything. [[CharacterDerailment What made him so OOC in this episode]]?!
Cartman.
** Maybe he "Cartoon Wars" was excited basically Matt and Trey whining about witnessing a fight occur, no matter who was fighting?being compared to ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', so I can't see that happening. Anyways, what's bad to someone might be good to someone else.



!!"Make Love, Not Warcraft":
* This is a LLOONNGG list of inconsistencies in the Warcraft episode:
** The boys go to the human starting area to train to fight the Griefer.
'''In this episode''': The area is full of boars.
'''In the actual game''': It is full of wolves.
** They also kill 65,340,285 boars for two months and level up to max level.
'''In this episode''': They kill low-level boars and level up to- you get the idea.
'''In the actual game''': You can only go to a certain level to get experience points, then you stop.
** Butters, whose character was just created, joins the group, albiet interrupting Cartman's speech.
'''In this episode''': He is wearing the same gear Cartman is wearing(which consists mostly of plate, which requires level 40 to be worn).
'''In the actual game''': Butters would be wearing starting gear, which doesn't have shoulder wear.
** The Boys' characters in general.
'''In this episode''': They are wearing mid-to-high level equipment.
'''In the actual game''': They would be wearing low-level gear rewarded from quest, which does not feature headgear or shoulder wear, nor plate armor.
** Stan is an addition to this:
'''In this episode''': He is wearing a Frostwolf Battle Tabard.
'''In the actual game''': The Tabard is only available to Horde players, which are neither seen nor mentioned.
The main antagonist is a human, an Alliance character.
In this episode: He is somehow able to kill other Alliance players(and Blizzard's administrators).
'''In the actual game''': He is unable to kill other players or NPCs on the same faction, except in the Gurubashi Arena.
** Additionally, there's also half the armor he wears.
'''In this episode''': He is wearing a plate helmet and leather gloves.
'''In the actual game''': Mages(he is most likely this class because he uses Fireball, Fire Blast, and Arcane Explosion) cannot wear plate, mail, or leather. Only cloth armor.
** Something else about this guy:
'''In this episode''': He is able to kill admins, mentioned above.
'''In the actual game''': The administrators should've banned him by now.
** One more thing about the Griefer:
'''In this episode''': He seems to be a much higher level than anybody who plays the game.
'''In the actual game''': There is a level cap(They were playing Vanilla WoW, so the level cap was 60).
** There's also the part where Cartman orders Stan to give his Cloak of Tiger(which has +15 Agility) to Kenny, and the moment where Randy(who is a "newb") gives the Sword of a Thousand Truths to Stan.
'''In this episode''': They are able to be given to said characters.
'''In the actual game''': Mister high-powered items, especially if they bind-on-equip or bind-on-pickup, would be Soulbound, which means they cannot be traded to other players.
** And also Kenny and Randy's characters.
'''In this episode''': They are human hunters.
'''In the actual game''': Humans were unable to be hunters (until the third expansion, Cataclysm).
** Finally, how the Sword of a Thousand Truths was removed from the game.
'''In this episode''': It is stored on a flash drive(1 GB).
In the actual game: Items can't be stored on portable devices.
** And that is the list of inconsistencies in this episode. So, did the writers just not care or what?
* Why doesn't Kenny's character wear a orange bandit mask (which would correspond with his parka, which muffled his voice) and why is he bald, when we see in [[WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut the movie]] that his hair is blonde. Additionally, why is Cartman's character bald and has red hair, when the one thing he hates is gingers?
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[[folder:Season 16]]
!!"Butterballs":
* Are Matt and Trey pro-bullying or something? I watched this episode, and it seemed like the message in that was that even ATEMPTING to stop bullying in any sort of organized form makes you a bully yourself, and then I remembered the commentators track for the season 3 episode about the home schooled kids where they criticized the idea of home schooling because "you need to get the shit beaten out of you in a playground to learn to socialize". So the only way you're supposed to live according to Matt Stone and Trey Parker is an endless stream of harassment and abuse?
** No, they're not "pro-bullying," just because they're against having an overly-sanitized safety-padded childhood in which children never put up with bad things and learn to have a thicker skin. All that episode stated was that so-called "bully the bullies" philosophies are hypocritical and often driven more by ego than sincerity.
*** Not wanting kids to get physically assaulted on the playground or at home is "overly sanatized"? Seriously, watch "Hooked on Monkey Phonics" again, that is literally the Aesop of the episode, that children are SUPPOSED to live in what is essentially Lord Of the Flies. And in Butterballs, Butters REFUSES to adress his bullying problem because apparently, telling people about it is worse than beng subjected to a constant harassment campaign. Even at the end when he gives his grandmother the Reasons You Suck Speech, all he does is say that "childhood doesnt last forever". So, the solution to bullying is to just wait until youre an adult? There's no better solution than simply live your entire childhood in misery in the hopes that it'll end eventually? Kids are comitting suicide over this shit, and THAT'S Parker and Stone's view of the matter?

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!!"Butterballs":
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!!"The List":
* Are Matt and Trey pro-bullying or something? I watched this episode, and it seemed like the message in that was that even ATEMPTING to stop bullying in any sort of organized form makes you a bully yourself, and then I remembered the commentators track for the season 3 episode about the home schooled kids where The explanation Bebe gives is so complex. Why didn't they criticized the idea of home schooling because "you need to get the shit beaten out of you in a playground to learn to socialize". So the only way you're supposed to live according to Matt Stone and Trey Parker is an endless stream of harassment and abuse?
** No, they're not "pro-bullying,"
just because they're against having an overly-sanitized safety-padded childhood in which children never put up with bad things move Clyde to the top and learn to have anyone who was above him down a thicker skin. All peg?
** In
that episode stated was that so-called "bully just the bullies" philosophies are hypocritical and often driven more by ego than sincerity.
*** Not wanting kids to get physically assaulted on the playground or at home is "overly sanatized"? Seriously, watch "Hooked on Monkey Phonics" again, that is literally the Aesop of the episode, that children are SUPPOSED to live in what is essentially Lord Of the Flies. And in Butterballs, Butters REFUSES to adress his bullying problem because apparently, telling people about it is worse than beng subjected to a constant harassment campaign. Even at the end when he gives his grandmother the Reasons You Suck Speech, all he
voting process made no frakkin sense. Neither does is say that "childhood doesnt last forever". So, changing the solution to bullying is to just wait until youre an adult? There's no better solution than simply live your entire childhood in misery in the hopes that it'll end eventually? Kids are comitting suicide over this shit, and THAT'S Parker and Stone's view of the matter?list. Also RuleOfFunny.



[[folder:Season 18]]
!!"Gluten Free Ebola":
* What would happen if a woman ate gluten? She has no dick to fly off.
** Nothing, obviously. You basically answered your own question.

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!!"Gluten Free Ebola":
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!!"Britney's New Look":
* What would happen if a woman ate gluten? How the hell does Britney Spears in "Britney's New Look" stay alive after blowing up the upper half of her head? She has no dick to fly off.
can't see, she can't hear, she can't smell, and her brain is gone!
** Nothing, obviously. You basically answered your own question.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_the_Headless_Chicken



!!"The Cissy":
* Was Wendy/Wendell serious about being trans or was s/he just trying to make a point?
** Wendy was just screwing with Cartman. Cartman abused policies designed to be more tolerant, so Wendy absued them right back to piss Cartman off.
** Wendy wasn't serious. At the end of "The Magic Bush" you can see she's back to being Wendy again.

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!!"The Cissy":
!!"Breast Cancer Show Ever":
* Was Wendy/Wendell serious about being trans or was s/he just trying to make a point?
**
What the hell is wrong with Butters in "Breast Cancer Show Ever"? Wendy was just screwing with Cartman. hasn't done anything to Butters that would make him want to see her get beaten, and yet he says he wants Cartman abused policies designed to be more tolerant, so "kick the crap out of her". When the actual fight occurs, Butters is giddy with excitement, smiling and hopping up and down. In fact, he quickly switches sides and starts cheering on Wendy absued them right back to piss Cartman off.
** Wendy wasn't serious. At the end of "The Magic Bush" you can see
when it's clear that she's back to being Wendy again.winning-- meaning that he was into the actual violence more than anything. [[CharacterDerailment What made him so OOC in this episode]]?!
** Maybe he was excited about witnessing a fight occur, no matter who was fighting?



!!"Handicar":
* How come Nathan is able to endure all of those crazy accidents (Er, Karma?) and still be alive and walking in the next scene, whereas if another character in that position would get harmed? (Makes me wonder if Nathan would survive any of Kenny deaths...)
** Nathan is a Looney Tunes parody, and has the same cartoon immunity to damage.
* In "Handicar", why did they not even attempt to replicate Elon Musk's South African accent and emotionless speaking style? In the first scene in the boardroom the accent was kind of there but not really and in the subsequent scenes he just sounded American. Maybe I'm overthinking this and it can be explained by the disclaimer at the beginning of the show where "All celebrity voices are impersonated.....poorly".
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!!"Grounded Vindaloop":
* What the hell happened in this episode? Did that episode even take place in the same universe as the rest of the series or was the final shot the normal universe and they just used the live action shot for the sake of the joke?
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[[folder:Season 20]]
!!"Member Berries":
* Why doesn't Mr. Garrison just withdraw from the election? You can do that, right?
** You can resign, you could probably refuse to take the oath right out the gate but he's probably far enough along that the ballots have been printed. Strictly speaking I don't think there is any reason why if enough Americans were to write in say PC Principle that he wouldn't be president. So yes he could withdraw but it might not do him any good and he tried pretty hard to essentially do that. Just Hillary is clutching that IdiotBall pretty tight. To be fair in her shoes a lot of us might do the same thing imagining that Garrison is setting up a clever trap.
** Ok, so it seems that when he does withdraw, his supporters try to murder him for failing them. Never mind then.

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!!"Butterballs":
* Why doesn't Mr. Garrison Are Matt and Trey pro-bullying or something? I watched this episode, and it seemed like the message in that was that even ATEMPTING to stop bullying in any sort of organized form makes you a bully yourself, and then I remembered the commentators track for the season 3 episode about the home schooled kids where they criticized the idea of home schooling because "you need to get the shit beaten out of you in a playground to learn to socialize". So the only way you're supposed to live according to Matt Stone and Trey Parker is an endless stream of harassment and abuse?
** No, they're not "pro-bullying,"
just withdraw from the election? You can do that, right?
** You can resign, you could probably refuse
because they're against having an overly-sanitized safety-padded childhood in which children never put up with bad things and learn to take the oath right out the gate but he's probably far enough along have a thicker skin. All that the ballots have been printed. Strictly speaking I don't think there is any reason why if enough Americans were to write in say PC Principle episode stated was that he wouldn't be president. So yes he could withdraw but it might not do him any good so-called "bully the bullies" philosophies are hypocritical and he tried pretty hard often driven more by ego than sincerity.
*** Not wanting kids
to get physically assaulted on the playground or at home is "overly sanatized"? Seriously, watch "Hooked on Monkey Phonics" again, that is literally the Aesop of the episode, that children are SUPPOSED to live in what is essentially do that. Just Hillary is clutching that IdiotBall pretty tight. To be fair in her shoes a lot of us might do Lord Of the same thing imagining that Garrison Flies. And in Butterballs, Butters REFUSES to adress his bullying problem because apparently, telling people about it is setting up worse than beng subjected to a clever trap.
** Ok, so it seems that
constant harassment campaign. Even at the end when he gives his grandmother the Reasons You Suck Speech, all he does withdraw, his supporters try is say that "childhood doesnt last forever". So, the solution to murder him for failing them. Never mind then.bullying is to just wait until youre an adult? There's no better solution than simply live your entire childhood in misery in the hopes that it'll end eventually? Kids are comitting suicide over this shit, and THAT'S Parker and Stone's view of the matter?



!!"Skank Hunt":
* Why can't the boys just trace the IP address of skankhunt42? They did it with Wikileaks in "Bass to Mouth".
** Trey and Matt probably thought of that but never used the idea most likely because they didn't want the identity of skankhunt42 to be revealed to South Park elementary so soon, ''especially'' not to Kyle.
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!!"The Damned":
* How was Cartman oblivious to the fact that girls don't have balls? Sure, he's no Kenny, but he along with the rest of the boys still have a pretty diverse sexual knowledge.
** This is even more confusing since way back, in the "List" episode, the first plan to steal the list failed ''because'' girls don't have balls, which Cartman aknowledged.
!!"Fort Collins":
* Where did Memberberries being indestructible suddenly come from? People ''eat'' them, not to mention that during the AA meeting one of the participants had some in his pocket and then squashed them when called out on it.
** Maybe it's just the way that Mr. Garrison tried killing them (by pouring acid) that didn't cause them to die. Their only way to die would likely be to either get squashed or get stabbed by a knife, which bugged me that Mr. Garrison wasn't smart enough to think of that.
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* How was Saddam Hussein able to come back to life in "Do The Handicapped Go To Hell?" when Satan killed him off for good in the movie after throwing him off a stalagmite?
** Saddam wasn't killed by that; he sings along at the end with everyone else, still impaled on the stalagmite.
* In "Good Times With Weapons", did the boys ''actually'' transform into anime form but with the superpowers only visible to them? It seems that the adults only see these kids playing around with weapons and are confused as to why they're having so much fun. Bottom line, I wonder if the boys actually had the superpowers to transform into anime form or if they remained as they normally are, with the fighting sequences animated in anime style to give the episode's theme context?
** The second, obviously. Cartman ''didn't'' turn invisible when he was "sneaking" across the stage naked. The transformations were all in their heads.

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[[folder:Season 18]]
!!"Gluten Free Ebola":
* How What would happen if a woman ate gluten? She has no dick to fly off.
** Nothing, obviously. You basically answered your own question.
** In "Gluten Free Ebola" why is Gluten inconsistently harmful? It didn't hurt the characters until they knew it
was Saddam Hussein able harmful. Yet, as soon as they did, even eating pizza dough caused their dicks to come fly off and explode.
** Good point! Kenny's parents are alcoholics and Kenny's dad's dick never flew off and exploded from all that beer he drinks!
*** That's the joke.
** The whole point was to tell the people who are obsessed with gluten free diets that the whole Gluten allergy is part of the nocebo effect.
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!!"The Cissy":
* Was Wendy/Wendell serious about being trans or was s/he just trying to make a point?
** Wendy was just screwing with Cartman. Cartman abused policies designed to be more tolerant, so Wendy absued them right
back to life in "Do The Handicapped Go To Hell?" when Satan killed him off for good in the movie after throwing him off a stalagmite?
piss Cartman off.
** Saddam Wendy wasn't killed by that; he sings along at serious. At the end with everyone else, of "The Magic Bush" you can see she's back to being Wendy again.
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!!"Handicar":
* How come Nathan is able to endure all of those crazy accidents (Er, Karma?) and
still impaled on be alive and walking in the stalagmite.
next scene, whereas if another character in that position would get harmed? (Makes me wonder if Nathan would survive any of Kenny deaths...)
** Nathan is a Looney Tunes parody, and has the same cartoon immunity to damage.
* In "Good Times With Weapons", "Handicar", why did they not even attempt to replicate Elon Musk's South African accent and emotionless speaking style? In the boys ''actually'' transform into anime form first scene in the boardroom the accent was kind of there but with not really and in the superpowers only visible subsequent scenes he just sounded American. Maybe I'm overthinking this and it can be explained by the disclaimer at the beginning of the show where "All celebrity voices are impersonated.....poorly".
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!!"Grounded Vindaloop":
* What the hell happened in this episode? Did that episode even take place in the same universe as the rest of the series or was the final shot the normal universe and they just used the live action shot for the sake of the joke?
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[[folder:Season 20]]
!!"Member Berries":
* Why doesn't Mr. Garrison just withdraw from the election? You can do that, right?
** You can resign, you could probably refuse
to them? It take the oath right out the gate but he's probably far enough along that the ballots have been printed. Strictly speaking I don't think there is any reason why if enough Americans were to write in say PC Principle that he wouldn't be president. So yes he could withdraw but it might not do him any good and he tried pretty hard to essentially do that. Just Hillary is clutching that IdiotBall pretty tight. To be fair in her shoes a lot of us might do the same thing imagining that Garrison is setting up a clever trap.
** Ok, so it
seems that the adults only see these kids playing around with weapons and are confused as when he does withdraw, his supporters try to why they're having so much fun. Bottom line, I wonder if murder him for failing them. Never mind then.
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!!"Skank Hunt":
* Why can't
the boys actually had just trace the superpowers IP address of skankhunt42? They did it with Wikileaks in "Bass to transform into anime form or if Mouth".
** Trey and Matt probably thought of that but never used the idea most likely because
they remained as they normally are, didn't want the identity of skankhunt42 to be revealed to South Park elementary so soon, ''especially'' not to Kyle.
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!!"The Damned":
* How was Cartman oblivious to the fact that girls don't have balls? Sure, he's no Kenny, but he along
with the fighting sequences animated in anime style to give rest of the episode's theme context?
boys still have a pretty diverse sexual knowledge.
** The second, obviously. This is even more confusing since way back, in the "List" episode, the first plan to steal the list failed ''because'' girls don't have balls, which Cartman ''didn't'' turn invisible aknowledged.
!!"Fort Collins":
* Where did Memberberries being indestructible suddenly come from? People ''eat'' them, not to mention that during the AA meeting one of the participants had some in his pocket and then squashed them
when he was "sneaking" across called out on it.
** Maybe it's just
the stage naked. The transformations were all in their heads.way that Mr. Garrison tried killing them (by pouring acid) that didn't cause them to die. Their only way to die would likely be to either get squashed or get stabbed by a knife, which bugged me that Mr. Garrison wasn't smart enough to think of that.
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* This is a LLOONNGG list of inconsistencies in the Warcraft episode:
** The boys go to the human starting area to train to fight the Griefer.\\
'''In this episode:''' The area is full of boars.\\
'''In the actual game:''' It is full of wolves.
** They also kill 65,340,285 boars for two months and level up to max level.\\
'''In this episode:''' They kill low-level boars and level up to- you get the idea.\\
'''In the actual game:''' You can only go to a certain level to get experience points, then you stop.
** Butters, whose character was just created, joins the group, albiet interrupting Cartman's speech.\\
'''In this episode:''' He is wearing the same gear Cartman is wearing(which consists mostly of plate, which requires level 40 to be worn).\\
'''In the actual game:''' Butters would be wearing starting gear, which doesn't have shoulder wear.
** The Boys' characters in general.\\
'''In this episode:''' They are wearing mid-to-high level equipment.\\
'''In the actual game:''' They would be wearing low-level gear rewarded from quest, which does not feature headgear or shoulder wear, nor plate armor.
** Stan is an addition to this:\\
'''In this episode:''' He is wearing a Frostwolf Battle Tabard.\\
'''In the actual game:''' The Tabard is only available to Horde players, which are neither seen nor mentioned.
** The main antagonist is a human, an Alliance character.\\
'''In this episode:''' He is somehow able to kill other Alliance players(and Blizzard's administrators).\\
'''In the actual game:''' He is unable to kill other players or [=NPCs=] on the same faction, except in the Gurubashi Arena.
** Additionally, there's also half the armor he wears.\\
'''In this episode:''' He is wearing a plate helmet and leather gloves.\\
'''In the actual game:''' Mages(he is most likely this class because he uses Fireball, Fire Blast, and Arcane Explosion) cannot wear plate, mail, or leather. Only cloth armor.
** Something else about this guy:\\
'''In this episode:''' He is able to kill admins, mentioned above.\\
'''In the actual game:''' The administrators should've banned him by now.
** One more thing about the Griefer:\\
'''In this episode:''' He seems to be a much higher level than anybody who plays the game.\\
'''In the actual game:''' There is a level cap(They were playing Vanilla [=WoW=], so the level cap was 60).
** There's also the part where Cartman orders Stan to give his Cloak of Tiger(which has +15 Agility) to Kenny, and the moment where Randy(who is a "newb") gives the Sword of a Thousand Truths to Stan.\\
'''In this episode:''' They are able to be given to said characters.\\
'''In the actual game:''' Mister high-powered items, especially if they bind-on-equip or bind-on-pickup, would be Soulbound, which means they cannot be traded to other players.
** And also Kenny and Randy's characters.\\
'''In this episode:''' They are human hunters.\\
'''In the actual game:''' Humans were unable to be hunters (until the third expansion, Cataclysm).
** Finally, how the Sword of a Thousand Truths was removed from the game.\\
'''In this episode:''' It is stored on a flash drive(1 GB).\\
'''In the actual game:''' Items can't be stored on portable devices.
** And that is the list of inconsistencies in this episode. So, did the writers just not care or what?
* Same episode as above, why doesn't Kenny's character wear a orange bandit mask(which would correspond with his parka, which muffled his voice) and why is he bald, when we see in [[WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut the movie]] that his hair is blonde. Additionally, why is Cartman's character bald and has red hair, when the one thing he hates is gingers?
* So if some characters in the show, such as Randy and Butters, wear normal clothes like us people in the lower lands, how come they haven't, you know, frozen to death? The mountains are extremely cold, and yet they seem to act as if they were at room temperature.
** RuleOfFunny perhaps? The boys also still wear their jackets even when they're indoors or on a sunny day. The only time they usually don't wear them is when they go to bed.
* If Cartman claims to not be gay to Cupid Me in "Tweek x Craig", then why does he have Hoyay moments with Kyle and Butters... especially Butters, has no problem cross dressing, dressed as Britney Spears while making out with a cardboard cutout of Justin Timberlake, gave Ben Affleck a handjob, and shows little to no interest in women? So is he gay or not and why did Trey decide to make him AmbiguouslyGay?
** There's not really an answer as to why the creators made him AmbiguouslyGay or bi. I'm probably missing a few episodes, but his Hoyay moments I've seen with Kyle and Butters probably don't imply that he's gay. The reason he was once so desperate for Kyle to suck his balls in the Imaginationland trilogy was because Cartman knew leprechauns were real and Kyle flat out refused to believe him. Normally, Cartman doesn't speak literally he tells people to suck his balls, but since he proved Kyle wrong with something he would've ''never'' believed, he dared him to do something as vile as literally sucking his balls due to Kyle's serious disbelief.
** The reason he claimed to be Kyle's boyfriend in the episode "Cartman Finds Love" is because the new black girl at their school, Nichole, had a crush on Kyle instead of Token, and Cartman wanted Nichole to be with Token instead since he thought they'd make a cute couple since they're both black. Therefore, Cartman told Nichole that Kyle is already taken to to ruin any chances she had with him in attempt to get her and Token together.
** Last of all, Cartman took a picture of him with Butters' dick in his mouth because he thought that it would make ''Butters'' gay instead of himself (the reason altogether was because he loves taking funny pictures of him doing crude things to Butters while he's asleep). In fact, he was so dissatisfied with this that he wanted to get rid of all the evidence of the picture and if not he would photoshop it to make it look like Kyle is sucking Butters' dick instead.
** Well since he now fell in love with a girl in season 20 (Heidi Turner) and [[spoiler: they're officially dating]], this could imply that Cartman has a heterosexual side to him. However, the WMG speculates that Cartman is secretly eating member berries and that's why he fell in love with a girl and is obsessed with funny women since the member berries are homophobic. But only time will find out if member berries are manipulating him.



* In "Gluten Free Ebola" why is Gluten inconsistently harmful? It didn't hurt the characters until they knew it was harmful. Yet, as soon as they did, even eating pizza dough caused their dicks to fly off and explode.
** Good point! Kenny's parents are alcoholics and Kenny's dad's dick never flew off and exploded from all that beer he drinks!
** That's the joke.
** [[DontExplainTheJoke The whole point]] was to [[TakeThat tell the people who are obsessed with gluten free diets]] that the whole Gluten allergy is part of the nocebo effect.



* Why didn't Kyle learn Ike was adopted until Ike was two years old? Wouldn't his parents have told him when they got Ike? Wouldn't Kyle have noticed he was Canadian, being a Terrence and Phillip fan?
** Matt and Trey probably hadnt thought of it yet. Remember, when Terrance and Phillip were first introduced, they weren't supposed to be live action, they were cartoon characters.
* In "Chickenpox" when Mr. Garrison assigns the kids homework, Stan says he's a sick weirdo and Randy agrees. Why does Randy find the boys to be intolerant in "The Death Camp of Tolerance" when the boys are complaining about Mr. Garrison?
** The Death Camp Of Tolerance parodied the then-upsurge in political correctness and obsession with tolerance that was appearing in popular culture. Also, until season 4, Garrison wasnt openly gay, and thus Randy presumably just thought he was a perverted straight man.



* In "Cripple Fight" the boys fight to get Big Gay Al back to the Boy Scouts of America (who kicked him out for being gay) and succeed. But at the end of it, BGA rejects coming back on and says the BSA have a right to deny gays to join their organization. It feels more like the episode unintentionally endorses institutional segregation as BGA actually got to go back to the BSA and then, after rejecting the offer said he's going to try again to get the group to accept gays. In fact, the official policy on not allowing gay adults is summed as straight people have more moral fortitude than gay people. Institutionalized racism is an ever present threat to society and this episode is saying its ok to deny people rights based on sexual orientation alone?
** I thought it was more about Big Gay Al wanting to be a Scoutmaster for the kids, and insisting on his 'rights' would hurt Scouting and the kids. (It also reinforced that he had no ulterior motive for wanting to be a Scoutmaster, incidentally.)
** In his speech at the end of that episode, Big Gay Al said it was more about how they see the light at their own pace instead of being forced to do so. When he won the lawsuit, the scout masters were locked in shackles and had food thrown at them for their homophobia toward Big Gay Al which he might of saw as them overdoing it on the punishment. Big Gay Al said if he's allowed to express himself, then so are the Scouts despite their homophobic policies. It seems as though Big Gay Al would love it if they allowed gays in scouts, but his speech implies he would much rather have the Scouts accept gays because they're okay with it rather than they're being forced to by the government, even if it'll take longer to do so.
*** Exactly. He wanted them to let him in because they knew it was right, not because everyone else wanted them to.
* If God and Satan exist in the WesternAnimation/SouthPark universe and have appeared on earth, why are there still atheists?
** God and Satan are almost never seen on the mortal plane, and when they do appear they don't give much evidence to being [[TheOmnipotent God]] and [[BiggerBad Satan]]. It's quite possible that atheists believe that they're either mutants [[AGodAmI with a god complex]] or more likely runaway creatures from Imaginationland. Considering how [[KingOfAllCosmos God]] and [[SatanIsGood Satan]] are treated, almost every branch of the Abrahamic faith would be proven wrong.
** What about the time Satan & Saddam Hussein rose from hell in front of countless witnesses & tried to take over the world?
*** Kenny wished for a ResetButton at the end of that film, so while Kenny faded away, everything was changed back to before the incident [except that Kenny was still dead]/
* How the hell does Britney Spears in "Britney's New Look" stay alive after blowing up the upper half of her head? She can't see, she can't hear, she can't smell, and her brain is gone!
** http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_the_Headless_Chicken
* Why does a majority of the fandom believe Kyle has green eyes? Stan has blue, Cartman brown, and Kenny blue. All of those are confirmed as of now (originally both Kenny and Cartman had hazel though, and Cartman described Kenny as having brown eyes in an early episode). Is it because he has red hair? To make him stand out from his friends and the crowd? Because it looks good on him color combination wise?
** I'm guessing it's a combination of all three.
** Also given his Jewish heritage likely being of the Ashkenazi variety out of Central and Eastern Europe (his surname is of Slavic origin), Green eyes are not at all uncommon there so it's plausible.
** I think you're thinking of the time when Cartman made a pun about Kenny's anus.
* Why does everyone draw Butters with blue eyes? It's never stated, and blondes aren't always blue eyed. Is it because of how the color duo is often seen as being innocent, or because it makes him more twink to them? To note his similarities to Kenny? I've always seen him as having GreenEyes or BrownEyes.
** Maybe because blue eyes are often associated with innocent characters?
** Because they make him look EVEN MORE freaking adorable.



* How was Kenny still alive and conscious, albeit briefly, after having his heart replaced with a potato?
** RuleOfFunny.
* How was the potato baked before anyone cooked it?
** It may have been run in the microwave before and was sitting there, cooked, when the doctor opened the microwave up. Plus, he left it in the microwave when he put Kenny's heart in. I assume it got zapped right along with the heart then.
** Twice-baked potatoes, dude. They're really good.
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* How does Kenny eat if his parka covers his mouth?
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* If Stan and Token had gotten into a fight and Stan had been locked up for committing a hate crime, the point would have been infinitely more valid. "Hate crime legislation is flawed because of these reasons, and a little boy is suffering for it." But Cartman is not only an avowed racist and nascent Neo Nazi, but he ''regularly'' commits hate crimes, usually against Kyle. The fact that ''this particular incident'' wasn't a hate crime doesn't make the assumption that it was any less legitimate.
** I have to disagree. The point of the episode wasn't "a little boy is suffering for it," it was that the punishment for the crime shouldn't be worse for a reason like the person getting hit happens to be black. Yes, Cartman does commit hate crimes, but Cartman is an asshole to everybody, not just Kyle. The idea behind the episode is if you want to promote equality, it should be ''real'' equality; they're trying to say that having harsher penalties for just happening to commit a crime against a black dude is a state-endorsed notion of ''in''equality; implying either Black people are special and must be protected, or that Black people are weak and must be protected, depending on your point of view.
*** Notice how he doesn't get any punishment at all at the end when he beats Pip with a rock. That scene right there, the illustration of "You're perfectly okay hitting a white kid with a rock, but God help you if he's black," was what the episode was about. The lesson wasn't "hate crime legislation is wrong because it makes innocent people suffer for it," it was "hate crime legislation is wrong because it promotes inequality via the law."
*** That's fair. It's still a flawed argument--hate crime laws aren't ''supposed'' to be "you can't hit someone because he's black," even if they are occasionally used in such a fashion--but at least their argument makes more sense.
*** It's not a flawed argument at all. Hate crime laws promote inequality. A white man killing a black man shouldn't be considered a different crime deserving a different punishment than a white man killing a white man. Handing out a worse or more lenient punishment dependent on which race/group you commit a crime upon is saying the law doesn't consider those groups equal.
*** Also because Pip is a ButtMonkey.
** Cartman's crime was not a hate crime, though he obviously is a racist, because it definitely was an act of pure personal dislike. The idea of terming something a hate crime is to punish a criminal more severely when they carry out crimes that are either in a manner to cause fear and intimidation towards a specific group, or against specifically targeted individuals to cause fear and intimidation towards a specific group. Saying that something like the murder of Medgar Evers was not a crime carried out to do such things is incredibly stupid. The argument shouldn't be that "hate crimes are automatically flawed", and instead "the application of hate crime designation is not a frivolous assertion". Which they didn't argue. That is the episode's fault.
*** There is a reasonable argument to be made that hate crimes are automatically flawed. They are designed to punish someone differently based on whether they hate the victim's race or hate the victim personally. That's basically punishing thought.
*** There's a difference between "thought" and "intent". Saying that a hate crime is "punishing thought" is like saying that someone who tries to kill another person in assault but fails shouldn't be charged with assault with intent to murder.
*** But, and this is important, ''assault with intent to murder'' is the operative phrase. The motive for such a crime shouldn't decide the sentence; the actions should. If you shoot someone in the face but fail to kill them, it doesn't matter whether you did it because of the color of their skin, the money in their wallet, or just the sheer sport of it, you still ''shot someone in the face,'' and ''that's'' what needs to be punished.



* How are the member berries able to drive if they don't have arms? If they're able to drive just fine despite being armless then they should also have the ability to walk instead of bouncing up and down with every step they take.

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!!"The New Terrance and Phillip Movie Trailer":
* How are Why couldn't the member berries able boys just DVR the Russell Crowe episode instead of having to drive if they don't have arms? If go through all that hell?
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!!"Professor Chaos":
* Why did the boys choose Pip and Towelie, of all characters, in the final round of their game show parody? It would make sense for them to choose Tweek, Token, Timmy and Jimmy as finalists since
they're on good terms with them (Tweek was ultimately chosen). However, they have an extreme hatred of Pip (even more so than Butters who they kicked out in the beginning of the episode) and Towelie is generally regarded as unlikable in-universe.
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!!"Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society":
* What happened to Bebe's boobs after this episode? She was never shown or mentioned having them again nor was she wearing the cardboard box over her chest, but there's no ContinuityNod after that episode, which seems odd since they just grew on their own due to her entering puberty, and she probably wouldn't have been
able to drive get them removed since the doctor refused to give her breast reduction surgery at first.
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[[folder:Season 9]]
!!"Marjorine":
* Garisson says Marjorine is from Dallas. I'm
just fine despite curious, is that Butters' accent?
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[[folder:Season 10]]
!!"Cartoon Wars Part I":
* Ok this just hit me right now but if Cartman can go berserk when
being armless compared to Family Guy, then what would happen if he was compared to EVEN WORSE cartoons like Drawn Together or (dear god!) Canada's series "Kevin Spencer"? I mean Kevin is even more messed up than Cartman.
** "Cartoon Wars" was basically Matt and Trey whining about being compared to ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', so I can't see that happening. Anyways, what's bad to someone might be good to someone else.
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[[folder:Season 11]]
!!"The List":
* The explanation Bebe gives is so complex. Why didn't
they should also have just move Clyde to the ability top and anyone who was above him down a peg?
** In that episode just the voting process made no frakkin sense. Neither does changing the list. Also RuleOfFunny.
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[[folder:Season 12]]
!!"Breast Cancer Show Ever":
* What the hell is wrong with Butters in "Breast Cancer Show Ever"? Wendy hasn't done anything
to walk instead Butters that would make him want to see her get beaten, and yet he says he wants Cartman to "kick the crap out of bouncing her". When the actual fight occurs, Butters is giddy with excitement, smiling and hopping up and down down. In fact, he quickly switches sides and starts cheering on Wendy when it's clear that she's winning-- meaning that he was into the actual violence more than anything. [[CharacterDerailment What made him so OOC in this episode]]?!
** Maybe he was excited about witnessing a fight occur, no matter who was fighting?
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[[folder:Season 16]]
!!"Butterballs":
* Are Matt and Trey pro-bullying or something? I watched this episode, and it seemed like the message in that was that even ATEMPTING to stop bullying in any sort of organized form makes you a bully yourself, and then I remembered the commentators track for the season 3 episode about the home schooled kids where they criticized the idea of home schooling because "you need to get the shit beaten out of you in a playground to learn to socialize". So the only way you're supposed to live according to Matt Stone and Trey Parker is an endless stream of harassment and abuse?
** No, they're not "pro-bullying," just because they're against having an overly-sanitized safety-padded childhood in which children never put up
with every step bad things and learn to have a thicker skin. All that episode stated was that so-called "bully the bullies" philosophies are hypocritical and often driven more by ego than sincerity.
*** Not wanting kids to get physically assaulted on the playground or at home is "overly sanatized"? Seriously, watch "Hooked on Monkey Phonics" again, that is literally the Aesop of the episode, that children are SUPPOSED to live in what is essentially Lord Of the Flies. And in Butterballs, Butters REFUSES to adress his bullying problem because apparently, telling people about it is worse than beng subjected to a constant harassment campaign. Even at the end when he gives his grandmother the Reasons You Suck Speech, all he does is say that "childhood doesnt last forever". So, the solution to bullying is to just wait until youre an adult? There's no better solution than simply live your entire childhood in misery in the hopes that it'll end eventually? Kids are comitting suicide over this shit, and THAT'S Parker and Stone's view of the matter?
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[[folder:Season 18]]
!!"Gluten Free Ebola":
* What would happen if a woman ate gluten? She has no dick to fly off.
** Nothing, obviously. You basically answered your own question.
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!!"The Cissy":
* Was Wendy/Wendell serious about being trans or was s/he just trying to make a point?
** Wendy was just screwing with Cartman. Cartman abused policies designed to be more tolerant, so Wendy absued them right back to piss Cartman off.
** Wendy wasn't serious. At the end of "The Magic Bush" you can see she's back to being Wendy again.
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!!"Handicar":
* How come Nathan is able to endure all of those crazy accidents (Er, Karma?) and still be alive and walking in the next scene, whereas if another character in that position would get harmed? (Makes me wonder if Nathan would survive any of Kenny deaths...)
** Nathan is a Looney Tunes parody, and has the same cartoon immunity to damage.
* In "Handicar", why did
they take.not even attempt to replicate Elon Musk's South African accent and emotionless speaking style? In the first scene in the boardroom the accent was kind of there but not really and in the subsequent scenes he just sounded American. Maybe I'm overthinking this and it can be explained by the disclaimer at the beginning of the show where "All celebrity voices are impersonated.....poorly".
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!!"Grounded Vindaloop":
* What the hell happened in this episode? Did that episode even take place in the same universe as the rest of the series or was the final shot the normal universe and they just used the live action shot for the sake of the joke?
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[[folder:Season 20]]
!!"Member Berries":
* Why doesn't Mr. Garrison just withdraw from the election? You can do that, right?
** You can resign, you could probably refuse to take the oath right out the gate but he's probably far enough along that the ballots have been printed. Strictly speaking I don't think there is any reason why if enough Americans were to write in say PC Principle that he wouldn't be president. So yes he could withdraw but it might not do him any good and he tried pretty hard to essentially do that. Just Hillary is clutching that IdiotBall pretty tight. To be fair in her shoes a lot of us might do the same thing imagining that Garrison is setting up a clever trap.
** Ok, so it seems that when he does withdraw, his supporters try to murder him for failing them. Never mind then.
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!!"Skank Hunt":
* Why can't the boys just trace the IP address of skankhunt42? They did it with Wikileaks in "Bass to Mouth".
** Trey and Matt probably thought of that but never used the idea most likely because they didn't want the identity of skankhunt42 to be revealed to South Park elementary so soon, ''especially'' not to Kyle.
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!!"The Damned":



* If the member berries are sentient, how do they have no reaction to being eaten?
* How does Kenny eat if his parka covers his mouth?
* What happened to Bebe's boobs after "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society"? She was never shown or mentioned having them again nor was she wearing the cardboard box over her chest, but there's no ContinuityNod after that episode, which seems odd since they just grew on their own due to her entering puberty, and she probably wouldn't have been able to get them removed since the doctor refused to give her breast reduction surgery at first.

to:

!!"Fort Collins":
* If the member berries are sentient, how do they have no reaction to Where did Memberberries being eaten?
* How does Kenny eat if
indestructible suddenly come from? People ''eat'' them, not to mention that during the AA meeting one of the participants had some in his parka covers his mouth?
* What happened to Bebe's boobs after "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society"? She was never shown or mentioned having
pocket and then squashed them again nor was she wearing when called out on it.
** Maybe it's just
the cardboard box over her chest, but there's no ContinuityNod after way that episode, Mr. Garrison tried killing them (by pouring acid) that didn't cause them to die. Their only way to die would likely be to either get squashed or get stabbed by a knife, which seems odd since they just grew on their own due bugged me that Mr. Garrison wasn't smart enough to her entering puberty, and she probably wouldn't have been able to get them removed since the doctor refused to give her breast reduction surgery at first.think of that.
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* In "The New Terrance & Phillip Movie Trailer", why couldn't the boys just DVR the Russell Crowe episode with the ''Terrance & Phillip'' movie trailer in the commercial break instead of having to go through all that hell?



* The hate crimes episode. If Stan and Token had gotten into a fight and Stan had been locked up for committing a hate crime, the point would have been infinitely more valid. "Hate crime legislation is flawed because of these reasons, and a little boy is suffering for it." But Cartman is not only an avowed racist and nascent Neo Nazi, but he ''regularly'' commits hate crimes, usually against Kyle. The fact that ''this particular incident'' wasn't a hate crime doesn't make the assumption that it was any less legitimate.
** I have to disagree. The point of the episode wasn't "a little boy is suffering for it," it was that the punishment for the crime shouldn't be worse for a reason like the person getting hit happens to be black. Yes, Cartman does commit hate crimes, but Cartman is an asshole to everybody, not just Kyle. The idea behind the episode is if you want to promote equality, it should be ''real'' equality; they're trying to say that having harsher penalties for just happening to commit a crime against a black dude is a state-endorsed notion of ''in''equality; implying either Black people are special and must be protected, or that Black people are weak and must be protected, depending on your point of view.
*** Notice how he doesn't get any punishment at all at the end when he beans Pip with a rock. That scene right there, the illustration of "You're perfectly okay hitting a white kid with a rock, but God help you if he's black," was what the episode was about. The lesson wasn't "hate crime legislation is wrong because it makes innocent people suffer for it," it was "hate crime legislation is wrong because it promotes inequality via the law."
*** That's fair. It's still a flawed argument--hate crime laws aren't ''supposed'' to be "you can't hit someone because he's black," even if they are occasionally used in such a fashion--but at least their argument makes more sense.
*** It's not a flawed argument at all. Hate crime laws promote inequality. A white man killing a black man shouldn't be considered a different crime deserving a different punishment than a white man killing a white man. Handing out a worse or more lenient punishment dependent on which race/group you commit a crime upon is saying the law doesn't consider those groups equal.
*** Also because Pip is a ButtMonkey.
** Cartman's crime was not a hate crime, though he obviously is a racist, because it definitely was an act of pure personal dislike. The idea of terming something a hate crime is to punish a criminal more severely when they carry out crimes that are either in a manner to cause fear and intimidation towards a specific group, or against specifically targeted individuals to cause fear and intimidation towards a specific group. Saying that something like the murder of Medgar Evers was not a crime carried out to do such things is incredibly stupid. The argument shouldn't be that "hate crimes are automatically flawed", and instead "the application of hate crime designation is not a frivolous assertion". Which they didn't argue. That is the episode's fault.
*** There is a reasonable argument to be made that hate crimes are automatically flawed. They are designed to punish someone differently based on whether they hate the victim's race or hate the victim personally. That's basically punishing thought.
*** There's a difference between "thought" and "intent". Saying that a hate crime is "punishing thought" is like saying that someone who tries to kill another person in assault but fails shouldn't be charged with assault with intent to murder.
*** But, and this is important, ''assault with intent to murder'' is the operative phrase. The motive for such a crime shouldn't decide the sentence; the actions should. If you shoot someone in the face but fail to kill them, it doesn't matter whether you did it because of the color of their skin, the money in their wallet, or just the sheer sport of it, you still ''shot someone in the face,'' and ''that's'' what needs to be punished.



* In the episode "The List", the explanation Bebe gives is so complex. Why didn't they just move Clyde to the top and anyone who was above him down a peg?
** in that episode just the voting process made no frakkin sense. Neither does changing the list. Also RuleOfFunny.



* Ok this just hit me right now but if Cartman can go berserk when being compared to Family Guy, then what would happen if he was compared to EVEN WORSE cartoons like Drawn Together or (dear god!) Canada's series "Kevin Spencer"? I mean Kevin is even more messed up than Cartman.
** "Cartoon Wars" was basically Matt and Trey whining about being compared to ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', so I can't see that happening. Anyways, what's bad to someone might be good to someone else.
* In "Marjorine", Garisson says Marjorine is from Dallas. I'm just curious; is that Butters' accent?



* Are Matt and Trey pro-bullying or something? I watched ''Butterballs'', and it seemed like the message in that was that even ATEMPTING to stop bullying in any sort of organized form makes you a bully yourself, and then I remembered the commentators track for the season 3 episode about the home schooled kids where they criticized the idea of home schooling because "you need to get the shit beaten out of you in a playground to learn to socialize". So the only way you're supposed to live according to Matt Stone and Trey Parker is an endless stream of harassment and abuse?
** No, they're not "pro-bullying," just because they're against having an overly-sanitized safety-padded childhood in which children never put up with bad things and learn to have a thicker skin. All that episode stated was that so-called "bully the bullies" philosophies are hypocritical and often driven more by ego than sincerity.
*** Not wanting kids to get physically assaulted on the playground or at home is "overly sanatized"? Seriously, watch Hooked On Monkey Phonics again, that is literally the Aesop of the episode, that children are SUPPOSED to live in what is essentially Lord Of the Flies. And in Butterballs, Butters REFUSES to adress his bullying problem because apparently, telling people about it is worse than beng subjected to a constant harassment campaign. Even at the end when he gives his grandmother the Reasons You Suck Speech, all he does is say that "childhood doesnt last forever". So, the solution to bullying is to just wait until youre an adult? There's no better solution than simply live your entire childhood in misery in the hopes that it'll end eventually? Kids are comitting suicide over this shit, and THATS Parker and Stone's view of the matter?



* Why did the boys choose Pip and Towelie, of all characters, in the final round of their game show parody in "Professor Chaos"? It would make sense for them to choose Tweek, Token, Timmy and Jimmy as finalists since they're on good terms with them (Tweek was ultimately chosen). However, they have an extreme hatred of Pip (even more so than Butters who they kicked out in the beginning of the episode) and Towelie is generally regarded as unlikable in-universe.
* In "The Cissy" was Wendy/Wendell serious about being trans or was s/he just trying to make a point?
** Wendy was just screwing with Cartman. Cartman abused policies designed to be more tolerant, so Wendy absued them right back to piss Cartman off.
** Wendy wasn't serious. At the end of "The Magic Bush" you can see she's back to being Wendy again.
* How come Nathan is able to endure all of those crazy accidents (Er, Karma?) and still be alive and walking in the next scene, whereas if another character in that position would get harmed? (Makes me wonder if Nathan would survive any Kenny deaths...)
** Nathan is a Looney Tunes parody, and has the same cartoon immunity to damage.
* What the hell is wrong with Butters in "Breast Cancer Show Ever"? Wendy hasn't done anything to Butters that would make him want to see her get beaten, and yet he says he wants Cartman to "kick the crap out of her". When the actual fight occurs, Butters is giddy with excitement, smiling and hopping up and down. In fact, he quickly switches sides and starts cheering on Wendy when it's clear that she's winning-- meaning that he was into the actual violence more than anything. [[CharacterDerailment What made him so OOC in this episode]]?!
** Maybe he was excited about witnessing a fight occur, no matter who was fighting?



* I can understand that Timmy has a handicap that makes it difficult to say specific words/speak in full sentences..but, he SHOULD be able to write just fine, right? If so, why didn't Mr. Mackey just offer a piece of paper and a pencil in "Up the down steroid, if he knew that Timmy wouldn't be able to communicate any other way? (Charades doesn't seem to be working anyway.)

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* I can understand that Timmy has a handicap that makes it difficult to say specific words/speak in full sentences..but, he SHOULD be able to write just fine, right? If so, why didn't Mr. Mackey just offer a piece of paper and a pencil in "Up the down steroid, Down Steroid", if he knew that Timmy wouldn't be able to communicate any other way? (Charades doesn't seem to be working anyway.)



* What would happen if a woman ate gluten? She has no dick to fly off.
** Nothing, obviously. You basically answered your own question.



* In "Handicar", why did they not even attempt to replicate Elon Musk's South African accent and emotionless speaking style? In the first scene in the boardroom the accent was kind of there but not really and in the subsequent scenes he just sounded American. Maybe I'm overthinking this and it can be explained by the disclaimer at the beginning of the show where "All celebrity voices are impersonated.....poorly".



* What the hell happened in "Grounded Vindaloop"? Did that episode even take place in the same universe as the rest of the series or was the final shot the normal universe and they just used the live action shot for the sake of the joke?



* Why can't the boys just trace the IP address of skankhunt42? They did it with Wikileaks in "Bass to Mouth".
** Trey and Matt probably thought of that but never used the idea most likely because they didn't want the identity of skankhunt42 to be revealed to South Park elementary so soon, ''especially'' not to Kyle.



* Why doesn't Mr. Garrison just withdraw from the election? You can do that, right?
** You can resign, you could probably refuse to take the oath right out the gate but he's probably far enough along that the ballots have been printed. Strictly speaking I don't think there is any reason why if enough Americans were to write in say PC Principle that he wouldn't be president. So yes he could withdraw but it might not do him any good and he tried pretty hard to essentially do that. Just Hillary is clutching that IdiotBall pretty tight. To be fair in her shoes a lot of us might do the same thing imagining that Garrison is setting up a clever trap.
** Ok, so it seems that when he does withdraw, his supporters try to murder him for failing them. Never mind then.
* Where did Memberberries being indestructible suddenly come from? People ''eat'' them, not to mention that during the AA meeting one of the participants had some in his pocket and then squashed them when called out on it.
** Maybe it's just the way that Mr. Garrison tried killing them (by pouring acid) that didn't cause them to die. Their only way to die would likely be to either get squashed or get stabbed by a knife, which bugged me that Mr. Garrison wasn't smart enough to think of that.
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* How are the member berries able to drive if they don't have arms? If they're able to drive just fine despite being armless then they should also have the ability to walk instead of bouncing up and down with every step they take.
* After rewatching "Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000" there are quite some things that I wondered: Is Cartman actually racist or was that just a myth started after the episode? Cartman threw a rock at Token because he called him fat, not because of Token's skin color. Why is retaliating with violence against black people considered a hate crime in South Park if it has nothing to do with their race? Cartman is sensitive to people making fun of his weight, so it seemed understandable for him to retaliate Token, because once more, the injury wasn't regarding his skin color. Cartman probably still would've thrown the rock at anyone else calling him fat, regardless of their skin color, and while he would've inevitably gotten detention for it, he wouldn't've been sent to juvenile hall since it seemingly wouldn't be a hate crime if they're the same race as Cartman. Aside from this episode, where there any other signs that Cartman is racist? I'm probably most definitely forgetting a few eps, but he apologizes to Token in "The Death of Eric Cartman" for ripping on him for being black, so that must've been a sign that his racism was confirmed in episodes after the hate crime one.

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!!"Volcano":
* Shouldn't Kenny have died once he chugged down the gasoline?
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!!"Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride":
* Cartman showed signs of oppression and hatred towards gay people and especially Sparky the dog, yet as the series progresses Cartman does things that make him look bigger and gayer than Big Gay Al, why is that? And for further proof see "AWESOME-O", "Cartman Sucks", "Imaginationland Trilogy", and "Cartman finds love". Plus in "It hits the fan" Mr. Garrison said that if you say "fag" without being bleeped, then your gay... Cartman was never bleeped when he said "fag".
** Yes. And? What's the Headscratcher here, that Cartman's a hateful hypocrite?
*** I was asking how did it come to this? I had no idea this made him a hypocrite or he has no idea the things he does makes him look gay... except for the dressing as Britney Spears thing, he was aware of that when Butters video recorded it.
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!!"An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig":
* If pig and elephant DNA just won't splice, why didn't Kyle try splicing DNA with a similarly sized creature that wasn't a pig?
** There are no similarly sized creatures in South Park.
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!!"Damien":
* How are the member berries able to drive does Satan have a son (Damien) if they he's gay? I don't think In Vertro Fertilization was popular (Or Possible) in the 90's (Or in Hell).
** He might not
have arms? If they're able always realized he was gay. Or had sex with a woman who agreed to drive be Damien's surrogate (being gay means you generally don't want to have sex with women, not that it's physically impossible). Or maybe magic was used to impregnate his mother/spontaneously create him. And the first test-tube baby was born in 1978, so in-vitro fertilization was indeed possible back in the 90s.
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!!"Chickenlover":
* The Book Mobile Driver admits he made love to chickens
just fine despite to get Officer Barbrady to learn how to read, if that's true then why did he perform the crime BEFORE Barbrady admitted to the town he was illiterate?
** He just knew. Clearly he has some kind of mind-reading power. Either that or he's just a pervert who needed a convenient excuse.
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!!"Ike's Wee Wee":
* Are the boys not circumcised, minus Kyle? I've heard a few people say that this episode stated that they weren't circumcised. It seems vague though. They could be and [[PingPongNaivete not know]].
** Some might be. Some might not be. Who cares?
* What was up with Kyle reacting so negatively to Ike
being armless then they adopted? Is he just prejudiced against adoptees, or is there something else? He's usually supposed to be the voice of reason within the group, but the way he acted in that episode seemed more of a temper tantrum that fits Cartman.
** Maybe he didn't like the idea that either his parents never told him Ike was adopted or his parents left out important info he never knew about.
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!!"Clubhouses":
* Why was Stan so desperate to kiss Wendy when he ''always'' pukes on her after his unsuccessful attempts?
* Why did Bebe dare Stan to shove a stick up his peehole if he never did anything bad to her in the episode? She
should also have dared Kyle to do it due to his disgusted reaction after kissing her and his overall reluctance to be around her.
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!!"Spookyfish":
* Evil Cartman's beard is brown and Evil Stan's beard is black, so why isn't Evil Kyle's beard red?
** Probably because Matt and Trey hadn't, at that point, decided that Kyle's hair should be red. Although maybe Evil Kyle just dyes it.
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!!"The Succubus":
* Shouldn't Cartman and Kenny
have the ability to walk instead of bouncing up same eye color? It's been said that Cartman's eyes are brown and down with every step Kenny's are blue, but at the end of this episode Cartman tells the doctor that [[TheyKilledKennyAgain Kenny was an organ donor]] so that he can take his eyes.
** The fandom says that Cartman has brown eyes, not the show. Besides, since Kenny came back to life in the next episode, [[StatusQuoIsGod Cartman would have his normal eyes by then.]]
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!!"Korn's Groovy Pirate Mystery":
* If the Ghost Pirates (or Pirate Ghosts) were fake the entire time then how did
they take.
kill people, fire cannons at people, decapitated people, etc. There is no way Father Maxi was capable of killing people using illusions, this was never revealed!
** They might've been real all along...
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[[folder: The Movie]]
* After rewatching "Cartman's See the ''WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut'' [[Headscratchers/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut Headscratchers page]].
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[[folder: Season 4]]
!!"Cartman's
Silly Hate Crime 2000" there are quite some things that I wondered: 2000":
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Is Cartman actually racist or was that just a myth started after the episode? Cartman threw a rock at Token because he called him fat, not because of Token's skin color. Why is retaliating with violence against black people considered a hate crime in South Park if it has nothing to do with their race? Cartman is sensitive to people making fun of his weight, so it seemed understandable for him to retaliate Token, because once more, the injury wasn't regarding his skin color. Cartman probably still would've thrown the rock at anyone else calling him fat, regardless of their skin color, and while he would've inevitably gotten detention for it, he wouldn't've been sent to juvenile hall since it seemingly wouldn't be a hate crime if they're the same race as Cartman. Aside from this episode, where there any other signs that Cartman is racist? I'm probably most definitely forgetting a few eps, but he apologizes to Token in "The Death of Eric Cartman" for ripping on him for being black, so that must've been a sign that his racism was confirmed in episodes after the hate crime one.



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* How are the member berries able to drive if they don't have arms? If they're able to drive just fine despite being armless then they should also have the ability to walk instead of bouncing up and down with every step they take.



* In the same episode as below, why did Bebe dare Stan to shove a stick up his peehole if he never did anything bad to her in the episode? She should have dared Kyle to do it due to his disgusted reaction after kissing Bebe on the lips and his overall reluctance to be around her.
* Why was Stan so desperate to kiss Wendy in "Clubhouses" when he ''always'' pukes on her after unsuccessful attempts at kissing her?



* In "Volcano", shouldn't Kenny have died once he chugged down the gasoline?



* In "Spookyfish", Evil Cartman's beard is brown and Evil Stan's beard is black, so why isn't Evil Kyle's beard red?
** Probably because Matt and Trey hadn't, at that point, decided that Kyle's hair should be red. Although maybe Evil Kyle just dyes it.



* Are the boys not circumcised, minus Kyle? I've heard a few people say that one episode, presumably "Ike's Wee-Wee", stated that they weren't circumcised. It seems vague though. They could be and [[PingPongNaivete not know]].
** Some might be. Some might not be. Who cares?



* In "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride", Cartman showed signs of oppression and hatred towards gay people and especially Sparky the dog, yet as the series progresses Cartman does things that make him look bigger and gayer than Big Gay Al, why is that? And for further proof see "AWESOME-O", "Cartman Sucks", "Imaginationland Trilogy", and "Cartman finds love". Plus in "It hits the fan" Mr. Garrison said that if you say "fag" without being bleeped, then your gay... Cartman was never bleeped when he said "fag".
** Yes. And? What's the Headscratcher here, that Cartman's a hateful hypocrite?
*** I was asking how did it come to this? I had no idea this made him a hypocrite or he has no idea the things he does makes him look gay... except for the dressing as Britney Spears thing, he was aware of that when Butters video recorded it.



* If pig and elephant DNA just won't splice, why didn't Kyle try splicing DNA with a similarly sized creature that wasn't a pig?
** There are no similarly sized creatures in South Park.



* How does Satan have a son (Damien) if he's gay? I don't think In Vertro Fertilization was popular (Or Possible) in the 90's (Or in Hell).
** He might not have always realized he was gay. Or had sex with a woman who agreed to be Damien's surrogate (being gay means you generally don't want to have sex with women, not that it's physically impossible). Or maybe magic was used to impregnate his mother/spontaneously create him. And the first test-tube baby was born in 1978, so in-vitro fertilization was indeed possible back in the 90s.



* In "Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery", if the Ghost Pirates (or Pirate Ghosts) were fake the entire time then how did they kill people, fire cannons at people, decapitated people, etc. There is no way Father Maxi was capable of killing people using illusions, this was never revealed!
** They might've been real all along...



* Shouldn't Cartman and Kenny have the same eye color? It's been said that Cartman's eyes are brown and Kenny's are blue, but at the end of "Succubus" Cartman tells the doctor that [[TheyKilledKennyAgain Kenny was an organ donor]] so that he can take his eyes.
** The fandom says that Cartman has brown eyes, not the show. Besides, since Kenny came back to life in the next episode, [[StatusQuoIsGod Cartman would have his normal eyes by then.]]



* In "Chickenlover" the Book Mobile Driver admits he made love to chickens just to get Officer Barbrady to learn how to read, if that's true then why did he perform the crime BEFORE Barbrady admitted to the town he was illiterate?
** He just knew. Clearly he has some kind of mind-reading power. Either that or he's just a pervert who needed a convenient excuse.



* What was up with Kyle reacting so negatively to Ike being adopted in "Ike's Wee Wee"? Is he just prejudiced against adoptees, or is there something else? He's usually supposed to be the voice of reason within the group, but the way he acted in that episode seemed more of a temper tantrum that fits Cartman.
** Maybe he didn't like the idea that either his parents never told him Ike was adopted or his parents left out important info he never knew about.
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** Plus there isn't alot of main recurring female characters with CharacterDevelopment, the kids' age, besides Wendy and Bebe. The rest of those poor girls are LivingProps. Wendy and Bebe get paired up with alot of the boys (and each other) in the fandom but since there's more recurring male kid characters with CharacterDevelopment than female ones, naturally the slash will outnumber the straight and femslash pairings in the fandom.

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** Plus there isn't alot of main recurring female characters with CharacterDevelopment, the kids' age, besides Wendy Wendy, Bebe, and Bebe. most recently, Heidi. The rest of those poor girls are LivingProps.[[LivingProp Living Props]]. Wendy and Bebe get paired up with alot of the boys (and each other) in the fandom but since there's more recurring male kid characters with CharacterDevelopment than female ones, naturally the slash will outnumber the straight and femslash pairings in the fandom.
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** The adults didn't care about racism, so much as they cared about their reputation, which meant they had to make it seem like they care about racism. But they also wanted South Park to seem like a clean and progressive town, which is the main reason they worried about the homeless problem. When the homeless were living in Kenny's neighborhood, no one cared because it was the bad part of town and only Kenny's family had to deal with them. But when the boys playing ninjas were mistaken for ISIS, the homeless moved into the newer part of town, which meant most of the town had to deal with the homeless problem, and it made the town seem dirtier than anyone wanted it to be. Also, Randy seemed to be closer to the mayor than Barbrady, due to his contributions in making the town more PC. This means the mayor probably would've let Randy off the hook anyway even if Barbrady spoke up. This episode and the 19th season in general called out people who preach about social justice for the sake of seeming virtuous to others. The adults of South Park fall into this category of people who pretend to care about social justice, but only for the sake of their egos and reputation, not a genuine desire for justice.
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* Seeing how "Something You Can Do with Your Finger" made fun of boy bands who were popular at the time like Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC and how the Jonas Brothers were lampooned in a later episode, how has South Park never made fun of One Direction in the entire series? Justin Bieber has been lampooned in the series before, so why not 1D? Everyone could've seen a South Park parody coming around when they reached their popularity but I'm surprised that never happened.
* Since Pip was so hated by everyone at South Park Elementary (except Butters and Dougie), why didn't someone like Wendy defend him from those people hating on him because of his accent? She defended Lisa Berger in a similar way in "The Hobbit" where she told Butters it's not okay to make fun of Lisa because she's fat.
* How are the boys able to understand what Kenny is saying? Are people in-universe the only ones able to understand Kenny perfectly while us people in real life just hear it as mumbling.
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