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SWFMax
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06:11:53 AM Apr 8th 2015
Does it count if a character's video game character keeps dying over and over?
erickei
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09:38:29 AM Nov 4th 2014
edited by 72.24.156.68
A side-note on the big South Park/Kenny section — nobody remembers Kenny's deaths, but Cartman claims "He dies all the time!" in the "Cartmanland" section of the article. If any other character had said this, I would say it's safe to call it a throwaway joke. However, this is Cartman we're talking about. If he remembers Kenny's many deaths, pretending not to know — specifically because he knows it would piss Kenny off — seems like something he would do.

Thoughts?

Also, what trope would be in effect here, if you feel that this holds water?
SomeNewGuy
10:41:53 AM Nov 4th 2014
Well, it WOULD certainly be in character for Cartman, but wasn't Cartmanland well before Kenny's powers and backstory were defined during the Coon Trilogy?
ading
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04:13:41 PM Oct 28th 2014
  • The various members of the Waterfall family are always killed off at the end of the episode they're featured in, with the Waterfall that will be featured next time lamenting their demise.

Come on, that doesn't count. That's like saying Star Trek did this with red shirted ensigns; it doesn't count unless they come back after.
Mrroro
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02:48:09 PM Feb 1st 2013
Brenda didn't die in Scary Movie 2. She survived 2 and 4.
violettglass
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06:55:16 AM Jul 22nd 2012
I hope no ever changes the trope name on this. Show some respect for Kenny! ;-)
82.82.188.62
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08:32:45 AM Apr 3rd 2011
One word: Planescape Torment.
Komodin
08:33:38 AM Apr 3rd 2011
Two more words: Elaborate, please.
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