South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

Audio problem: When Satan and Saddam leave the room, after the 'I can change' song, Saddam says "I love you" yet his mouth never moves. (00:54:00)

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Audio problem: When the Canadian ambassador is talking in the report, he says "We Canadians are quite surprised by your outrage." However, his head isn't moving for the last part as it should. (00:13:30)

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Continuity mistake: During the "La Resistance" number, during the verse, "They may stab you in the head, with a dagger or sword," We see a guy wearing blue with a blue hat on the left (probably Craig). In the next shot, he disappears, and in the next shot, he reappears. (00:50:05)

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Cartman: Don't call me fat, you fucking Jew!
[Gasp from the class.]
Mr. Garrison: Eric! Did you just say the "F" word?
Cartman: [confused.] Jew?
Kyle: No, not Jew! He's talking about "fuck"! You can't say "fuck" in school, you fucking fat ass!
Mr. Garrison: Kyle!
Cartman: Why the fuck not?
Mr. Garrison: Eric!
Stan: Dude, you just said "fuck" again!
Mr. Garrison: Stanley!
Kenny: [Muffled.] Fuck.
Mr. Garrison: Kenny!
Cartman: What's the big deal? It doesn't hurt anybody. Fuck fuckety fuck fuck fuck.
Mr. Garrison: How would you like to go see the school counselor?
Cartman: How would you like to suck my balls?
[Gasp from the class.]
Mr. Garrison: What did you say?
Cartman: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Actually, what I said was...
[Cartman pulls out a bullhorn.]
Cartman: HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO SUCK MY BALLS? MR. Garrison.
Stan: Holy shit, dude.

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Trivia: The 'sound of a dying giraffe' noise used by the boys is a reference to a character in the computer game "Doom 2" which mades this same sound when it is attacked. (00:59:55)

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Question: What tune does Ike play or start to play on the harmonica in the attic? It sounds somewhat familiar to me, but I have no idea what it is.

Answer: It's a standard blues riff, used in many different songs.

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