In the South Park episode, "It Hits the Fan," the show sees how many times it can say the word "shit." Gotta love SP.
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When Towelie gets high and loses his job at a summer camp, the South Park boys stage an Intervention.
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Cartman and his hand puppet, Mitch Connor, attempt to find out Cartman's father's true identity in the South Park episode, "201."
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When Stan insults Tom Cruise on a class tip, he gathers the army of celebrities South Park has insulted over the years. There's 200 of them. 200th episode. Get it?
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Cartman hosts a Facebook video blog called Mad Friends, which parodies Jim Cramer's Mad Money.
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Randy gives himself testicular cancer in order to get medicinal marijuana. Makes sense to us.
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Butters takes credit for writing "The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs" after the boys try and pass the blame to them.
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South Park parodied the Tiger Woods sex scandal during its season fourteen premiere.
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We get to meet Mr. Hankey's family when he's too busy to spread the holiday cheer on South Park.
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When the kids of South Park all accuse their parents of molesting them, the town becomes run by the children.
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Cartman leaves the charge as the kids from Fat Camp run.
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South Park retells the classic Charles Dickens' tale of Great Expectations starring Pip.
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South Park Quotes

It's a man's obligation to stick his boneration in a woman's separation, this sort of penetration will increase the population of the younger generation.

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James Cameron doesn't do what James Cameron does for James Cameron. James Cameron does what James Cameron does because James Cameron is James Cameron!

James Cameron