Cartman's dream about being abducted by aliens turns out to have actually happened, and when the aliens take Kyle's brother, all of them must find a way to bring the aliens back and confront them.

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Mary Kay Bergman ...
Liane Cartman / Wendy Testaberger / Mrs. Crabtree (voice) (as Shannen Cassidy)
Franchesca Clifford ...
Ike Broflovski (voice)
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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Officer Barbrady / Mr. Garrison / Cows / Jewish Child / News Reporter / Visitor / Lady (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Pip / Farmer / Cows / Train Driver / Child / Carl (voice)
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Cartman's dream about being abducted by aliens turns out to have actually happened, and when the aliens take Kyle's brother, all of them must find a way to bring the aliens back and confront them.

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Animation | Comedy

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13 August 1997 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Originally in the end when Kyle said "We're running out of friends," Kenny reappeared. See more »

Goofs

Mr. Garrison's eye glasses go from thin wire frames to thick black frames. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
CartmanStanKyleKenny: [singing] School days, school days / dear old golden rule...
Kyle: Aww, dammit! My little brother's trying to follow me to school again!
Ike: E bonanner!
Kyle: Ike, you can't come to school with me!
Cartman: Yeah, go home you little dildo!
Kyle: Dude! Don't call my brother a dildo!
Stan: What's a dildo?
Kyle: I don't know. And I'll bet Cartman doesn't know either!
Cartman: I know what it means!
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Spoofs Communion (1989) See more »

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I Love to Sing-a
(1936) (uncredited)
Music by Harold Arlen
Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
Performed by Tommy Bond
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My favorite episode ever, and the one that started at all.
26 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Cartman Gets an Anal Probe rocks paper cut outs for animation because Matt and Trey didn't have money at the time, but at the time it fit the show perfectly. This episode is INCREDIBLY raunchy, among the most raunchy South Park episodes ever, and the jokes are even more funny when they are delivered by these silly paper cutouts. Kyle has a 20 second curse-word rampage, Cartman (obviously, no spoiler here) gets an anal probe, we are introduced to a large portion of the initial South Park cast including Chef, David Caruso's career is mocked, and hilarity ensues with every scene. I don't want to give anything away, so please, if you haven't seen South Park or haven't seen this episode, you OWE it to yourself. At this point South Park wasn't tackling current events at all really, so the humor is random and funny as hell. Don't kick the baby!


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