South Park

South Park (1997)

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Cartman Finds Love - S16-E7

Character mistake: When Cartman goes to wrap the chain around the locker room door, there are two signs that read 'Boy's Locker Room', one on the wall pointing to the locker room and one on the locker room door. The sign has been written incorrectly; the word "boys" has been written with an apostrophe after the Y, spelling out the word "boy's." In this context, the word is supposed to be a plural, not a possessive, so the word "boy's" should just be "boys." If it were written as a plural possessive, the sign would read "boys'."

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Cartman Finds Love - S16-E7

Plot hole: When Cartman is 'confessing his love' to Kyle at the basketball game, the crowd all turn to Kyle and say "Awww" to him. By the time the crowd turn to Kyle, all Cartman had said was that he loves Kyle. No image or live footage of Kyle was ever shown by that point, so how would anyone in the crowd have known who Kyle was or where he was even sitting?

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Kyle: Cartman, you have such a fat ass, that when you walk down the street people go, "God, dammit thats a big fat ass!'
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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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