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Over Logging - S12-E6

Factual error: Kyle says he has to log on before school. The next shot shows "Monday 8 days later." 8 days before is a Sunday. (00:04:45)

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Are You There God, It's Me Jesus - S3-E16

Factual error: In the episode where Cartman thinks he has had his period, a news report says it was merely a viral infection, simple antibiotics will cure it. Antibiotics are only used on bacteria and have no effect on viruses.

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Red Man's Greed - S7-E7

Factual error: In the casino, during the roulette game, one of the spin results lands on 2 red. All roulette games have the no. 2 being black.

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Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000 - S4-E2

Factual error: The news anchor calls Cartman a hate crime suspect, but he had already been convicted, that makes him a hate crime convict.

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Scott Tenorman Must Die - S5-E4

Factual error: Radiohead's recording studio is in Oxford, not London. (Although they might have been working in London that day, they wouldn't recieve fan mail there.).

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Conjoined Fetus Lady - S2-E5

Factual error: When Mr. Mackey, Principal Victoria, and Nurse Gollum are eating dinner with the Broslofskis, notice pork on the table. Since the Broslofskis are practicing Jews, they would have not allowed unclean food (such as pork) in their home.

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The Ring - S13-E1

Factual error: When the audience is shown waiting for the concert to start, a crescent moon is shown above the horizon with the curve facing away from the horizon. This is not possible as the curve of the crescent moon during darkness is always facing into the horizon.

Members Only - S20-E8

Factual error: When Gerald is on the phone with Sheila, every time the screen on Sheila's phone is seen, the menu screen is displayed on the phone, instead of the call screen.

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Fort Collins - S20-E6

Factual error: In the flashback of Cartman watching the Ghostbusters remake, there is a list of times for other movies playing at the theatre shown in the ticket booth. The movies listed are The Accountant, Ghostbusters, The Girl on the Train and Kevin Hart: What Now? The flashback is supposed to take place in the summer, around the time the Ghostbusters remake was released. The Ghostbusters remake was released in the US in July 2016, however the movies, The Accountant, The Girl on the Train and Kevin Hart: What Now? were not released in the US until October 2016, almost three months apart from each other.

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The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers - S6-E13

Factual error: When Randy and Sharon are watching Lord of the Rings believing it is a porno, a male narration can be heard. In the actual movie, it was a female narration. (00:02:10)

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Obama Wins! - S16-E14

Factual error: Cartman flies from state to state. When Cartman reaches Ohio, the time says 5:00pm CST (Central Standard Time). However, if that was Ohio, it should have said 5:00pm EST (Eastern Standard Time).

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Over Logging - S12-E6

Factual error: Kyle says he has to log on before school. The next shot shows "Monday 8 days later." 8 days before is a Sunday. (00:04:45)

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Margaritaville - S13-E3

Question: Can someone explain the subplot with the Margaritaville and Stan going to a bunch of places trying to return it? It's really confusing. And this sounds stupid, but in a recession, wouldn't spending money be bad?

Answer: Essentially Stan was trying to return the blender that his dad, Randy, had bought because he knew his parents couldn't afford the extra debt. The blender, which represented mortgage-backed securities, had been bought on payment plan, meaning Randy had to make monthly payments, with interest, on something that wasn't essential. The episode represented the recession that was occurring at the time, including the housing bubble and mortgage crisis going on, so there's a lot going on. However, the payment plan (which is to say the debt) had been sold to another company by the store that sold Randy the blender. (To explain why, because of the recession, the store needed cash on hand, and they would only be getting a little money each month, if Randy paid his bill. So the store sells the debt to a company who gives the store the money upfront. Think of the J.G. Wentworth commercials, "I have a structured settlement, but I need cash now".) Because the store sold the debt, in ridiculous fashion, Stan had to return the blender to the company that bought the debt, although they too sold the debt to another company. Finally he gets to the U.S. treasury who tells him his blender is worth $90 trillion (again a ridiculous exaggeration) meaning that the debt owed is greater than the product is worth and to deride the way government agencies set up their budgets (which requires much more complex economic lessons). Kyle's whole point was people shouldn't fear the economy or see it as a vengeful being, but continue to spend and live as they normally do. Economically speaking, not spending money during a recession creates a longer lasting recession, and to solve a recession, people should spend money, although people and businesses shouldn't acquire debt during a recession because interest rates are higher. But on a personal level, individuals are fearful of losing their jobs during a recession, so they save money in case that should happen. But again, this is complex economics lesson.

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