South Park

South Park (1997)

9 corrected entries in season 8

Cartman's Incredible Gift - S8-E13

Corrected entry: Stark's Pond was destroyed to make room for the Wall-Mart parking lot. Yet, later in this episode, the pond is intact.

Correction: The whole town of South Park is destroyed in almost every episode and rebuilt in time for the next one. It's entirely likely that after getting rid of Wall-Mart, they remade Stark's Pond.

Captain Defenestrator

Woodland Critter Christmas - S8-E14

Corrected entry: In episode 8-14: "Woodland Critter Christmas," the squirrel tells Stan that the Antichrist's birth will lead to a thousand years of darkness in the forest. A few moments later, Stan laments the "ten thousand years of darkness" that are to come.

DavidK93

Correction: Simple character mistake.

Lummie

Good Times With Weapons - S8-E1

Corrected entry: Kenny only bought one ninja star, and after the fight with Professor Chaos, it's stuck in Butters' eye, so Kenny shouldn't have it anymore. However, when Kenny and the other boys fight the other group of "ninjas", you can see Kenny is still holding a star.

Moose

Correction: We are never told how many ninja stars Kenny has bought, only that EVEN he can afford them at $1.99.

Soylent Purple

Up the Down Steroid - S8-E2

Corrected entry: Timmy and Jimmy would not have competed in the same heats in the Special Olympics because they have different disabilities. Timmy would have competed in the wheelchair division, while Jimmy would have competed in the Down Syndrome division.

Correction: Jimmy has Cerebral Palsy, not Downs Syndrome.

You Got F*cked in the Ass - S8-E4

Corrected entry: According to the newspaper, Butters's loose shoe caused the deaths of 8 people. Yet, in the flashback, more people die.

Correction: They show 8 people get killed, and the others could've been injured.

Something Wall-Mart This Way Comes - S8-E9

Corrected entry: When entering Wall-Mart, Mrs. Brofloski points to Grandpa Marsh and says to Stan's mom, "Isn't that your father?". Grandpa Marsh is the father of Stan's dad.

Correction: Mrs. Brofloski was asking a question, that was never answered, so the answer would be "No, he's my Father-in-law." Or if she really considered him a Dad, she could answer "Yes".

Rlvlk

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.").

Good Times With Weapons - S8-E1

Corrected entry: If Butters had been hit that hard in the head with a saw blade, he'd be in a much more critical state in which he'd pass out in seconds.

Correction: He was hit with a shuriken, not a saw blade. The shuriken weighed a few grams (well less than a pound), like all such devices.

Up the Down Steroid - S8-E2

Corrected entry: You can't leave 'disability' blank. It's the most important question that has to be filled out, as it determines the participants division.

Correction: Congratulations: you've discovered the entire point of that joke.

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