South Park

South Park (1997)

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The Last of the Meheecans - S15-E9

Corrected entry: As the boys play "Texans vs Mexicans" (a parody of the US-Mexican border and Border Wars), Cartman becomes irritated when Stan and Token pass the border. He climbs off the platform to reprimand both Clyde and Craig for not paying attention. In the next scene when Jimmy passes the border, Cartman is shown twice, on the ground and on the platform.

Correction: Cartman can only be seen on the ground. There's two other kids on the platform, but neither are Cartman.

Bishop73

Hell on Earth 2006 - S10-E11

Corrected entry: When Satan announces his party, he says that you have to have a wristband and a costume to get in. But when Biggy Smalls shows up at the party, he doesn't have a costume on, even though the party was the same night he appeared in Butters' bathroom.

Heather Benton Premium member

Correction: Originally, Satan did not allow anyone without a wristband or costume into the party, but by the end of the episode, Satan had learned his lesson, realising that the party was more for the people and not for him and then granted everyone access to the party regardless of whether or not they had a wristband or costume. By the time Butters and Biggie Smalls arrived at the party, Satan had already opened the doors to everyone, so they would have been allowed in anyway.

Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants - S5-E9

Corrected entry: When Osama is holding the dynamite, the light is at the end of the fuse, yet about 3 seconds after the guards surround him it explodes.

Correction: After Osama says "Uh-oh" and he and the guards scream, the fuse begins to burn down to the dynamite. The dynamite explodes as it should.

Casual Person

Weight Gain 4000 - S1-E3

Corrected entry: When the kids are rehearsing the play, the crowd only appears when Mr. Garrison says "To hell with Kathy Lee Gifford." The crowd is nowhere to be seen before then.

00:11:00

Sol Parker

Correction: The crowd's immediate appearance in the scene is not sudden. The crowd is first shown on screen after Mr. Garrison says "To hell with Kathy Lee Gifford". Before this point, the last time an angle from in front of the stage that the kids are rehearsing the play on is about 25 seconds before the crowd's "sudden appearance", in the shot where the kids playing the attackers invade the Indian land. This twenty five second gap would give the crowd ample time to get to a closer view of the stage whilst the kids were rehearsing.

Casual Person

Weight Gain 4000 - S1-E3

Corrected entry: When Cartman eats the "Weight Gain 4000," he not only gets fatter, but taller as well.

00:21:00

Sol Parker

Correction: Cartman's height growth was purposefully done as part of the visual joke to show how his weight gain has exaggeratedly affected his body. The effects are not supposed to be done in a scientifically accurate manner, but done more to show the audience how ineffective Cartman's attempts at getting into shape had become through a visual medium, without resorting to any sort of needless exposition.

Casual Person

South Park is Gay! - S7-E8

Corrected entry: When Kyle is seen getting on the train to meet the Queer Eye guys, Sharon Marsh is seen sitting on the train. Later, she is seen back in South Park with the other moms discussing how the metro-sexual fad may not be so great after all.

Correction: Sharon Marsh is never shown on the train. There is someone who bears a resemblance to her, but it is not her; the person being referred to who is on the train is only shown from the side, so it is impossible to determine if it really is her and the person also wears entirely different clothing than Sharon Marsh is usually shown wearing.

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Lil' Crime Stoppers - S7-E6

Corrected entry: When Sarah Peterson comes to report that her doll is missing, Butters' name is already on the cardboard wall in front of the stairs. But he does not get questioned about Sarah's doll until later.

Correction: While there is a cardboard wall with a suspects list and Butters' name is on it before he is questioned, there is nothing in the scene that suggests the suspect list had something to do with the missing doll case. The cardboard wall/suspects list also mentions Token and another kid called Sky whose names have been crossed out and within the episode, they have never been mentioned as part of the case, so it is plausible that the cardboard wall listing the suspects could have been part of an entirely different case that Butters was also a suspect in.

Casual Person

Le Petit Tourette - S11-E8

Corrected entry: When Cartman visits Chris Hanson to call off his appearance on Dateline (he is currently unable to keep from blurting out his unfiltered thoughts), he lies that his grandma died and that he has to go to Memphis. His "Tourette's" then kicks in and he admits that his grandma's fine. His grandma, however, died earlier in "Cartmanland" (season 5 episode 6) and at this point, he knows of only one parent (his mother/father Liane).

00:16:00

Correction: However, Cartman's great-grandma, Florence, is still alive. Many people do refer to great-grandparents as "grandma" or "grandpa" in general conversations such as this.

Bishop73

Child Abduction is Not Funny - S6-E11

Corrected entry: Tweek's parents tell him that they have installed locks on his window and door so that he is safe from abductors. But if Tweek's door and window are locked at night by his parents (as we see during the first night when they are teaching him not to open the door to anyone but them), then how did Frederick Johnson get into Tweek's room?

Correction: He simply broke in. Locks aren't perfect.

Bishop73

Grey Dawn - S7-E10

Corrected entry: When the seniors take over the town, they put all the adults into a camp so that they can't stop them, but near the end of the episode, the seniors are surprised that Country Kitchen Buffet is not open. They shouldn't be surprised because if all the adults are in a camp, then there would be no one around to open up the restaurant for the seniors.

Heather Benton Premium member

Correction: It's obviously a joke that the seniors aren't too bright and meant to make a point.

Bishop73

Pinewood Derby - S13-E6

Corrected entry: Australia said that if South Park keeps all the space money they will call the cosmic cops. Only Randy has the number as shown.

A Demon Premium member

Correction: Regardless of whether or not they had the number, this line is just a joke about how in real life people threaten to "call the cops" in an argument, usually to get their way.

Bishop73

Insecurity - S16-E10

Corrected entry: When Cartman tells a man to break into the house, his phone then rings. He doesn't press the answer button but is still able to answer the call.

Casual Person

Correction: Most cordless phones will answer automatically when picked up off the base, which happens in this scene, so there's no need to hit the talk button. But even if that's not the case, Cartman's thumb is hidden from view and could easily have pressed the talk button while putting the phone to his ear. No mistake either way.

Bishop73

Canada on Strike - S12-E4

Corrected entry: While Tay Zonday (Chocolate rain guy) is fighting with Chris Crocker (Leave Britney alone!) he is holding him by the hair and holds his gun to his head. The next wide shot of all the fighting in the room, the gun has disappeared from his hands, but he is still holding Crocker by his hair.

Lummie Premium member

Correction: This is incorrect, as I watched the entire scene through multiple times and the gun was still in Tay Zonday's hand in the next shot.

Cartman Gets an Anal Probe - S1-E1

Corrected entry: After the scene where Mr. Garrison says, "You can say that again, Mr. Hat," Kyle shouts, "Give me back my brother you stupid aliens" in Stan's voice.

Theresa Sandoval

Correction: After the scene where Mr. Garrison says, "You can say that again, Mr. Hat," Kyle shouts, "Come down here you stinking aliens" in Stan's voice.

The Death of Eric Cartman - S9-E6

Corrected entry: When Cartman is walking the streets thinking he's died, it's a school day since you see him visit the school swarming with pupils and he is seen waiting with the other boys at the bus stop. But if it's a school day, what's Butters doing at home? And if it's because he's sick, why is he outside shovelling the snow off the driveway?

Heather Benton Premium member

Correction: Butters' parents are constantly grounding him for one reason or another. They may have grounded him from school and had him do chores around the house instead.

Captain Defenestrator Premium member

The Death of Eric Cartman - S9-E6

Corrected entry: At the end when Cartman finds out he's not really dead (everyone was just ignoring him), he storms over to Butters and accuses him of lying to him by telling him he'd died. But earlier on, when Cartman and Butters meet, Cartman's the one who told Butters he had died.

Heather Benton Premium member

Correction: Cartman is a sociopath and can't ever admit fault: Butters didn't tell him he wasn't dead, therefore, it's all his fault.

Captain Defenestrator Premium member

Grey Dawn - S7-E10

Corrected entry: When the seniors are handing over their licenses, a senior in a green hat with a zimmer frame says that he's never had an accident in his life. But in the previous scene, he is shown crashing through the side of the house that Randy and the boys are hiding in.

Correction: He's getting his license taken away. Wouldn't you lie too?

Captain Defenestrator Premium member

Mystery of the Urinal Deuce - S10-E9

Corrected entry: When Cartman is doing his presentation on the 9/11 attacks, he says that Kyle got 91 on a spelling test 12 days after 9/11 - but September 23rd was a Sunday.

Correction: Cartman is known for making mistakes. Also, bear in mind that he likes to rip on Kyle for being Jewish and what he's telling the class are all LIES.

Cartmanland - S5-E6

Corrected entry: When Cartman goes to buy North Park Funland, he tells the owner that he is buying the theme park to keep people out so that only he can ride the rides. But wouldn't it have been better if Cartman had just told the owner to only let him enter the park, and given the owner the $1 million in order to pay for the staff and all the necessities like food, maintenance etc?

Correction: Maybe, but it's his choice to buy the park if he wants to.

Knever

Make Love, Not Warcraft - S10-E8

Corrected entry: In the beginning, as Stan looks back to his computer after calling Randy "R-tard", the name of his character (seen on the upper-left hand corner of the screen) is 'Staniscool". But when the men from Blizzard come to give the Sword of a Thousand Truths to Stan, they refer to Stan's character as "Loves2spooge".

Thunderlord

Correction: One can have multiple characters with a single account.

Knever

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The creators of the show, Matt Stone and Trey Parker, based the Stan Marsh and Kyle Brosfloski characters after themselves (Stan being Parker and Kyle being Stone.) The Eric Cartman character was partly based on Archie Bunker.

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