South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999)

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Corrected entry: The boys swear so much in the episodes, yet they are shocked when they hear Terrance and Philip swear.

Correction: It's the joke in the film. Being that there was bleeps when they spoke we assume from the film they never really heard what was being said, so to actually hear it without the bleep is what makes such a surprise for the boys.


Corrected entry: When Eric returns to Kyle and Stan after he sees Kenny's ghost, his backpack has disappeared.

Dr Wilson

Correction: He set it on the ground when he went to turn off the power and left it there when Kenny frightened him away.

Corrected entry: When The Mole is dying, Kyle says that they boys dont know where they are. Yet, just after the fighting, we can see South Park in the background. Surely Kyle knows where he lives? (01:04:25 - 01:15:10)


Correction: He means they are unfamiliar with the army base they've snuck into and can't find their way out of it without him.

Corrected entry: The original title for the movie was South Park: To Hell and Back (or something else with 'hell' in the title). Amazingly, the MPAA had issues with 'hell' being in the title (Did they miss all the 'HELLraiser' movies?.?) and told the creators to come up with a new title. Boy, did they ever. I guess the MPAA is ok with a penis reference (bigger longer uncut.) than a scandalous word like 'hell'.

Correction: The average viewer wouldn't assume that is a penis reference. The film is on a 'bigger' screen than the tv show, the running time is 'longer' and it was shown 'uncut' as the do not have to obey FCC regulations in a movie.

Correction: His question meant what is it like living on Earth. He only went before to have a boxing match with Jesus and couldn't have learned much about the world.

Corrected entry: The MPAA had said that it had regreted ever giving the film an "R" rating. If it had given it an "NC-17" rating, persons under 17 years old would be forbidden to watch it.


Correction: Technically, this isn't true. The MPAA/CARA's ratings have never carried any legal weight in the USA. Therefore, the MPAA has no legal right to forbid anyone from seeing any movie.


Corrected entry: When the boys are in the emergency room with Kenny, the doctors say they just called the parents. Then, according to the clock, many hours pass during the operation. After Kenny dies the parents finally arrive. How long does it take to get there?

Correction: Kenny's parents are poor, perhaps they had to walk.

Sol Parker

Corrected entry: When Gregory and Wendy show up at Carl's Warehouse for Viva La Resistance, Stan pukes in the doorway. All throughout the scene, the puke isn' visible.

Correction: When Gregory and Wendy show up, they are the first ones there. After Stan pukes, it cuts again to the warehouse with many kids inside. This means that time has passed since Stan threw up and someone would have surely cleaned the vomit up already.

Corrected entry: When Stan gets thrown around from the blast of the bomb, he lands with his face in a puddle. When he lifts his head and sees the clitoris, the puddle dissappears, but it reappears after the clitoris tells him what to do.


Correction: Stan is imagining the scene with the clitoris, so it need not be in sync with what's 'really' happening to Stan at the time.


Corrected entry: At least twice during the movie, Terrance and Phillip is referred to as cartoons (When Cartman says "besides the animation's all crappy" and during the blame canada number, Mrs. Marsh says "he saw the darn cartoon..." And if it is, how could they appear on the Conan O'Brien show, be arrested, electrocuted, and shot by Mrs. Brofloski.

Correction: The Terrance and Phillip movie was an animated feature, but Terrance and Phillip themselves are people. The characters have turned up on several episodes of the South Park TV show.


Corrected entry: In the scene where the boys are looking at Cartman's mom on the German Sick Fetish Video, as Ike walks in, Stan's mouth moves for a split second, as if to tell Kyle that his brother has walked in, yet no words are said.

Correction: He's gaping in astonishment, not trying to talk.

Corrected entry: How can Kyle be smart enough to crack encryption systems on the internet, and not be able to remember a simple password for La Resistance?


Correction: When he asks Gregory for the password (La Resistance) and Gregory says 'Bacon' it's just to show how serious the boys are trying to be but when the time comes to execute thier plan they can't do it.

Corrected entry: When Kristoff dies, he sings the La Resistance song, but he was not at the warehouse when it was sung.

Sol Parker

Correction: In the warehouse scenes, it is actually Gregory who starts singing the 'La Resistance' song, and then mentions that the boys must go and see his friend, Christoff. If Gregory knew the song, and was good friends with Christoff, (who was another rebellious freedom fighter type just like Gregory), then there is every possibility that Christoff knew the song too, or that it was those two who made the song up.


Corrected entry: When Terrance and Phillip are on the Conan O'Brien show it is night outside the windows. When Conan jumps out it's daytime outside.


Correction: The show is filmed during the day and the background of the city in the back is just a background, like on the Jay Leno show.

Corrected entry: In the lunch room Mr. Mackey says that all Terrance & Phillip T-shirts are banned and everybody wearing one should be sent home. When everyone leaves you can see Kenny run home too, but he is still wearing his plain orange clothes.

Correction: Kenny wears an orange jacket, under which it's presumed he's a wearing a shirt, which could have him sent home. Either that or he just wants to get out of school.

Corrected entry: During the 'What Would Brian Boytano Do' song, they sing something like 'he wouldnt take s**t from anybody'. Cartman says this without getting a shock from the V-chip.

Correction: No - he's off-screen and only comes on to continue singing after that line.

Corrected entry: On the map Gregory has of the camp, the compass has the points labeled wrong. South and East are the wrong way round. (00:44:40)


Correction: The map was drawn by a kid, showing that even though Gregory acts smart, he's still a kid who doesn't know which ways South and East are.


Other mistake: When the switch is thrown to electrocute Terrence and Phillip, it's pulled downwards. A few shots later, we see Cartman jump in to save T and P by turning the switch off. He also pulls the switch downwards instead of pushing it upwards. (01:06:05)

More mistakes in South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

Mrs. McCormick: Where do you think you're going?
Kenny: [Muffled.] I'm off to see a movie.
Mrs. McCormick: You can't, you have church!
Kenny: [Muffled.] But mom, I want to see the movie.
Mrs. McCormick: Well fine, go ahead and miss church! And then when you die and go to hell, you can answer to Satan!
Kenny: [Muffled.] OK.

More quotes from South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

Trivia: This cracks me up every time I see it. If you think Satan is really cut have a close look at his abs. They are in the shape of a big penis. (00:27:55)

More trivia for South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

Question: When Cartman says he saw Kenny, Kyle says he sees Kenny everyday, on the face of every child, on the smile of every baby and he and Stan starts laughing. What does the joke mean?

Chosen answer: They don't believe him, so they're making a sappy joke about him "still being here all around us."

Captain Defenestrator

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