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27th Aug '16 10:44:26 AM CartmanCheesyPoofs
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''South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut''--TheMovie of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark that famous cartoon about the foulmouthed kids]]--hit theaters in 1999, a mere two years after the show's premiere (making it one of the fastest TV-to-film adaptations in history). It is the first computer-animated film in history to receive an R rating.[[note]]However, as time went on, the term "computer animation" became more associated with CGI, and given that this film contained little 3D elements, it didn't appear to fit under the category anymore. Seventeen years later, ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'' was deemed the first the R rated computer-animated film, seemingly disqualifying Bigger, Longer & Uncut's status in the process.[[/note]]

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''South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut''--TheMovie of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark that famous cartoon about the foulmouthed kids]]--hit theaters in 1999, a mere two years after the show's premiere (making it one of the fastest TV-to-film adaptations in history). It is the first computer-animated film in history to receive an R rating.[[note]]However, as time went on, the term "computer animation" became more associated with CGI, and given that this film contained little minimal 3D elements, it didn't appear to fit under the category anymore. Seventeen years later, ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'' was deemed the first the R rated computer-animated film, seemingly disqualifying Bigger, Longer & Uncut's status in the process.[[/note]]



** Mr. Garrison thinks that the mothers of the kids are overreacting about the swearing incidents when he finds he has to teach their syllabus, and makes an offhand remark about them being on their periods. Wendy and Gregory call him out on it, but he makes an even cruder comment in response.

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** Mr. Garrison thinks that the mothers of the kids are overreacting about the swearing incidents when he finds he has to teach their syllabus, and makes an offhand remark about them being on their periods. Wendy and Gregory call him out on it, it (deeming it a sexist statement), but he makes an even cruder comment in response.



** Sheila's dialogue is devoid of swearing. In fact, she notably advocates Dr. Vosknocker's idea of placing V-Chip's inside children's heads to prevent them from swearing, after hearing Cartman's foul-mouthed song about her ("Kyle's Mom is a Bitch")

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** Sheila's dialogue is devoid of swearing. In fact, she notably advocates Dr. Vosknocker's idea of placing V-Chip's inside children's heads to prevent them from swearing, after hearing Cartman's foul-mouthed song about her ("Kyle's Mom is a Bitch")Bitch"). She also uses "heck" as an F-Bomb substitution:



** Cartman describes Terrance & Phillip as having "crappy animation" in order to convince himself that the movie isn't all that good after the movie theater clerk misfortunately prevents the boys from seeing Asses Of Fire. Right after that scene we see four crudely animated boys walking down the sidewalk:

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** Cartman describes Terrance & Phillip as having "crappy animation" in order to convince himself that the movie isn't all that good after the movie theater clerk misfortunately prevents the boys from seeing Asses Of Fire. Right after that scene we see four crudely animated boys walking down the sidewalk:


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* ItsAllAboutMe: Cartman is relieved that he doesn't have to pay Kenny after he dies, right before that scene Cartman bet Kenny $100 that he couldn't light his own fart on fire.
24th Aug '16 8:00:12 AM CartmanCheesyPoofs
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''South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut''--TheMovie of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark that famous cartoon about the foulmouthed kids]]--hit theaters in 1999, a mere two years after the show's premiere (making it one of the fastest TV-to-film adaptations in history). It is the first computer-animated film in history to receive an R rating.[[note]]However, as time went on, the term "computer animation" became more associated with CGI, and given that the film contained little 3D elements, it didn't fit under the category anymore. 17 years later, ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'' was deemed the first the R rated computer-animated film, seemingly disqualifying Bigger, Longer & Uncut's status in the process.[[/note]]

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''South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut''--TheMovie of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark that famous cartoon about the foulmouthed kids]]--hit theaters in 1999, a mere two years after the show's premiere (making it one of the fastest TV-to-film adaptations in history). It is the first computer-animated film in history to receive an R rating.[[note]]However, as time went on, the term "computer animation" became more associated with CGI, and given that the this film contained little 3D elements, it didn't appear to fit under the category anymore. 17 Seventeen years later, ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'' was deemed the first the R rated computer-animated film, seemingly disqualifying Bigger, Longer & Uncut's status in the process.[[/note]]
23rd Aug '16 9:49:40 AM Saveelich
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''South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut''--TheMovie of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark that famous cartoon about the foulmouthed kids]]--hit theaters in 1999, a mere two years after the show's premiere (making it one of the fastest TV-to-film adaptations in history). It is the first computer-animated film in history to receive an R rating.[[note]]However, as time went on, the term "computer animation" became more associated with CGI, and given that the film contained little 3D elements, it didn't fit under the category anymore. 17 years later, WesternAnimation/SausageParty was deemed the first the R rated computer-animated film, seemingly disqualifying Bigger, Longer & Uncut's status in the process.[[/note]]

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''South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut''--TheMovie of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark that famous cartoon about the foulmouthed kids]]--hit theaters in 1999, a mere two years after the show's premiere (making it one of the fastest TV-to-film adaptations in history). It is the first computer-animated film in history to receive an R rating.[[note]]However, as time went on, the term "computer animation" became more associated with CGI, and given that the film contained little 3D elements, it didn't fit under the category anymore. 17 years later, WesternAnimation/SausageParty ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'' was deemed the first the R rated computer-animated film, seemingly disqualifying Bigger, Longer & Uncut's status in the process.[[/note]]
20th Aug '16 6:39:58 PM CartmanCheesyPoofs
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** Mr Garrison thinks that the mothers of the kids are overreacting about the swearing incidents when he finds he has to teach their syllabus, and makes an offhand remark about them being on their periods. Wendy and Gregory call him out on it, but he makes an even cruder comment in response.

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** Mr Mr. Garrison thinks that the mothers of the kids are overreacting about the swearing incidents when he finds he has to teach their syllabus, and makes an offhand remark about them being on their periods. Wendy and Gregory call him out on it, but he makes an even cruder comment in response.



** What Mr. Mackey tries to teach the kids by singing "It's Easy, M'kay", altough he still uses the swear words in an educational manner.

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** What Mr. Mackey tries to teach the kids by singing "It's Easy, M'kay", altough he still uses the swear words in an educational manner.



* [[IWasToldThereWouldBeCake]]: Replace "cake" with "Punch and Pie". The kids' lure to get people to join LaResistance. (Two kids walk out when they find out there is none.)

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* [[IWasToldThereWouldBeCake]]: IWasToldThereWouldBeCake: Replace "cake" "Cake" with "Punch and Pie". The kids' lure to get people to join LaResistance. (Two kids walk out when they find out there is none.)
20th Aug '16 6:35:47 PM CartmanCheesyPoofs
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* [[IWasToldThereWouldBeCake I Was Told There Would Be Punch and Pie]]: The kids' lure to get people to join LaResistance. (Two kids walk out when they find out there is none.)

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* [[IWasToldThereWouldBeCake I Was Told There Would Be Punch [[IWasToldThereWouldBeCake]]: Replace "cake" with "Punch and Pie]]: Pie". The kids' lure to get people to join LaResistance. (Two kids walk out when they find out there is none.)
20th Aug '16 6:38:06 AM CartmanCheesyPoofs
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''South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut''--TheMovie of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark that famous cartoon about the foulmouthed kids]]--hit theaters in 1999, a mere two years after the show's premiere (making it one of the fastest TV-to-film adaptations in history). It is the first computer-animated film in history to receive an R rating.[[note]]However, as time went on, the term "computer animation" became more associated with CGI, and given that the film contained little 3D elements, it didn't fit under the category anymore. 17 years later, WesternAnimation/SausageParty was deemed the first the R rated computer-animated film, disqualifying Bigger, Longer & Uncut's status in the process.[[/note]]

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''South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut''--TheMovie of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark that famous cartoon about the foulmouthed kids]]--hit theaters in 1999, a mere two years after the show's premiere (making it one of the fastest TV-to-film adaptations in history). It is the first computer-animated film in history to receive an R rating.[[note]]However, as time went on, the term "computer animation" became more associated with CGI, and given that the film contained little 3D elements, it didn't fit under the category anymore. 17 years later, WesternAnimation/SausageParty was deemed the first the R rated computer-animated film, seemingly disqualifying Bigger, Longer & Uncut's status in the process.[[/note]]
19th Aug '16 8:24:16 PM CartmanCheesyPoofs
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* CampGay: This is played straight...gay...whatever with Big Gay Al, and is taken UpToEleven with his big musical number, "I'm Super".

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* CampGay: This is played straight...gay...whatever whatever, with Big Gay Al, and is taken UpToEleven with his big musical number, "I'm Super".



** Right before the boy's mothers come into the hospital room, you can see an episode of Terrance & Phillip playing on the TV.



** Sheila's dialogue is devoid of swearing. In fact, she advocates Dr. Vosknocker's idea of placing V-Chip's inside children's heads to prevent them from swearing, after hearing Cartman's foul-mouthed song about her ("Kyle's Mom's A Big Fat Bitch")
--> "What the ''heck'' is a rimjob?"
** What Mr. Mackey tries to teach the kids by singing "It's Easy, M'kay", altough he still uses swear words in the song in an educational manner.

to:

** Sheila's dialogue is devoid of swearing. In fact, she notably advocates Dr. Vosknocker's idea of placing V-Chip's inside children's heads to prevent them from swearing, after hearing Cartman's foul-mouthed song about her ("Kyle's Mom's A Big Fat Mom is a Bitch")
--> "What '''Sheila''': What the ''heck'' is a rimjob?"
rimjob?
** What Mr. Mackey tries to teach the kids by singing "It's Easy, M'kay", altough he still uses the swear words in the song in an educational manner.



* HeelFaceTurn: Mrs. Broflovski, at the end. Demonstrated during the closing number, wherein she pats Terrance and Phillip on the shoulder, calling them, "super sweet."

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* HeelFaceTurn: Mrs. Broflovski, at the end. Demonstrated during the closing number, wherein she pats Terrance and Phillip on the shoulder, calling them, "super sweet."sweet".



* {{Hypocrite}}: Kyle calls out his mom for trying to exterminate Canada, when her adopted son Ike is also Canadian. Also the theater clerk not selling tickets to ''Asses of Fire'' to the boys, then selling tickets to the hated 6th graders (they might have used fake [=IDs=]).

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* {{Hypocrite}}: Kyle calls out his mom for trying to exterminate Canada, when her adopted son Ike is also Canadian. Also the Canadian.
** The
theater clerk not selling tickets to ''Asses of Fire'' to the boys, then selling tickets to the hated 6th graders (they might have used fake [=IDs=]).



** Kyle says, "God, your mom sucks, Cartman" after the boys find an Internet video of her doing German scat porn (there's also a chance Kyle may have been speaking literally). Considering what his own mother is in this film, it's definitely throwing stones in a glass house on Kyle's part. To be fair, it's not as though Kyle approves of his mother's actions either, and calls her out on her {{Moral|Guardians}} KnightTemplarParent nonsense. He just gets tired of Cartman making [[TheVillainSucksSong musical numbers dedicated to his mom]].

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** Kyle says, "God, "God damn, your mom sucks, Cartman" after the boys find an Internet video of her doing German scat porn (there's also a chance Kyle may have been speaking literally). Considering what his own mother is in this film, it's definitely throwing stones in a glass house on Kyle's part. To be fair, it's not as though Kyle approves of his mother's actions either, and calls her out on her {{Moral|Guardians}} KnightTemplarParent nonsense. He just gets tired of Cartman making [[TheVillainSucksSong musical numbers dedicated to his mom]].



* ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne: The News reporter claims that the Terrence and Phillip Movie was worse than Brian Adams. The Canadian ambassador was insulted saying "The Canadian government has apologized for Bryan Adams on numerous occasions."

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* ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne: The News reporter claims that the Terrence and Phillip Movie was worse than Brian Adams. The Canadian ambassador was insulted saying "The Canadian government has apologized for Bryan Adams on numerous several occasions."



** The film is about mothers uniting to push for censorship and banning works with swearing in them, but unlike the broadcasted TV episodes, all of the swearing is uncensored.

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** The film is about mothers uniting to push for censorship and banning works with swearing in them, but unlike the broadcasted TV episodes, all of the swearing in the movie is uncensored.
19th Aug '16 7:08:05 PM CartmanCheesyPoofs
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''South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut''--TheMovie of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark that famous cartoon about the foulmouthed kids]]--hit theaters in 1999, a mere two years after the show's premiere (making it one of the fastest TV-to-film adaptations in history). It is the first computer-animated film in history to receive an R rating.[[note]]However, as time went on, the term "computer animation" became more associated with CGI, and given that the film contained little 3D elements, it didn't fit under the category anymore. 17 years later, WesternAnimation/SausageParty was deemed the first the computer-animated R-rated film due to its CGI elements, disqualifying Bigger, Longer & Uncut's status in the process.[[/note]]

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''South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut''--TheMovie of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark that famous cartoon about the foulmouthed kids]]--hit theaters in 1999, a mere two years after the show's premiere (making it one of the fastest TV-to-film adaptations in history). It is the first computer-animated film in history to receive an R rating.[[note]]However, as time went on, the term "computer animation" became more associated with CGI, and given that the film contained little 3D elements, it didn't fit under the category anymore. 17 years later, WesternAnimation/SausageParty was deemed the first the R rated computer-animated R-rated film due to its CGI elements, film, disqualifying Bigger, Longer & Uncut's status in the process.[[/note]]
19th Aug '16 3:48:00 PM CartmanCheesyPoofs
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** Cartman describes Terrance & Phillip as having "crappy animation" in order to convince himself that the movie isn't all that good after the movie theater clerk misfortunately prevents the boys from seeing Asses Of Fire. Right after that scene we see four crappily animated boys walking down the sidewalk:

to:

** Cartman describes Terrance & Phillip as having "crappy animation" in order to convince himself that the movie isn't all that good after the movie theater clerk misfortunately prevents the boys from seeing Asses Of Fire. Right after that scene we see four crappily crudely animated boys walking down the sidewalk:
19th Aug '16 3:11:16 AM CartmanCheesyPoofs
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''South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut''--TheMovie of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark that famous cartoon about the foulmouthed kids]]--hit theaters in 1999, a mere two years after the show's premiere (making it one of the fastest TV-to-film adaptations in history). It is the first computer-animated film in history to receive an R rating.[[note]]However, as time went on, the term "computer animation" became more associated with CGI, and given that the film contained little 3D elements, it didn't fit under the category anymore. 17 years later, WesternAnimation/SausageParty was deemed the first the computer-animated R-rated film due to its CGI elements, disqualify Bigger, Longer & Uncut's status in the process.[[/note]]

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''South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut''--TheMovie of [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark that famous cartoon about the foulmouthed kids]]--hit theaters in 1999, a mere two years after the show's premiere (making it one of the fastest TV-to-film adaptations in history). It is the first computer-animated film in history to receive an R rating.[[note]]However, as time went on, the term "computer animation" became more associated with CGI, and given that the film contained little 3D elements, it didn't fit under the category anymore. 17 years later, WesternAnimation/SausageParty was deemed the first the computer-animated R-rated film due to its CGI elements, disqualify disqualifying Bigger, Longer & Uncut's status in the process.[[/note]]
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