South Park

South Park (1997)

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It's Christmas in Canada - S7-E15

Corrected entry: In the South Park timeline, Saddam Hussein was secretly killed by US forces quite some time ago. That is how he went to Hell, became romantically involved with Satan, and was ultimately banished to Heaven with the Mormons, where he was last seen building weapons of mass destruction under the guise of a cookie factory. So how is it that he's now alive and usurping the Prime Ministry of Canada? Kenny repeatedly returning from the dead is an established fact of the show, but the Saddam subplot has been maintained consistently throughout the show's lifetime, except in this instance.

DavidK93

Correction: One of the points was that Saddam was stranded in Heaven (which he certainly loathed), he could have been either kicked out or found a way back to Earth.

Correction: Kyle's grandmother would not be a Broslofski by birth - her family may not have been Jewish.

Correction: Almost certainly intentional.

Correction: This is not a mistake because Cartman said it. For one, Cartman is stupid and gets things wrong all the time. In addition, many people in real life make the same mistake because no one pays attention to the diet information in the commercials, just the fact that he lost weight by eating Subway.

Professor Chaos - S6-E6

Corrected entry: When the boys are at the amusement park with all their potential new friends, Ike is with them, not only is Ike Kyle's little brother who is in kindergarten, not 4th Grade like all the other kids, but Kyle is always trying to get rid of Ike. Why would Ike be in competition to be one of the friends?

Sol Parker

Correction: Since Ike is always following Kyle around, he obviously wants to be one of the boys. Kyle probably let Ike enter the contest just to get his entry fee, with no real intention of letting Ike make the final 10.

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

Fun With Veal - S6-E4

Corrected entry: How did Mrs. Cartman get the food basket ready? She couldn't have done it at her house or anyone else's house in South Park, because someone would have noticed her leaving at some point to do it and then bringing it back, and she couldn't have done it at Stan's house because someone would have heard her in the kitchen making the food. Even if she'd ordered takeout, she'd have had to leave to pick it up or had to answer the door to get it from the delivery person.

Correction: Let's count the ways she could have done it. Stan and Cartman's houses are not the only houses in south park, she could have prepared the food at uncle Jimbo's place or somewhere else. She could have gone to a store and just bought the food. She could have ordered take-out and put the food in the food basket, etc etc.

Nick Bylsma

Correction: This isn't trivia, it's just stating facts.

Chickenlover - S2-E4

Corrected entry: After the chicken lover is caught he claims he did it to help Barbrady learn to read. But Barbrady admitted to himself and the rest of South Park he couldn't read while already investigating the case.

Correction: Exactly - so Barbrady had to force himself to learn how to read in order to solve the case, because it's only after he's learned to read that the Chicken Lover is caught.

Correction: But how did the chicken lover find out that Barbrady couldn't read in the first place? It didn't come out to the town that he couldn't read until the first chicken was discovered.

Good Times With Weapons - S8-E1

Corrected entry: When Kyle is talking about getting rid of the weapons, Cartman says he can't throw away something he paid $15 for. At the booth that sold the weapons, the nunchucks were priced at $7.95

Correction: Cartman Sucks at math. Its well established (such as the "Cow Days" episode, where Cartman remarks "Yeah, but I forgot I suck at math.").

Correction: Occasionally, I've heard people blurt out any amount that sounds "big" at the moment. They just want to emphasize that the item was somewhat expensive, and/or you don't want the cost to be wasted.

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Question: Forgot the episode and the season, but does Mark, the kid that gets home schooled and ends up beating Kyle, ever show up in later episodes?

Answer: He appears in at least 5 other episodes, but usually just as a background character. He can be seen at Cartman's party in "Immaginationland". He was also one of the kids trying out to replace Butters in the "Professor Chaos" episode.

Bishop73

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