Cartman begins to wonder why all the kids at school have fathers but him. When he asks his mother who his real father is, she tells him about the night of the drunken barn dance, when he was conceived. Unfortunately, Mrs. Cartman had sex with just about every man in town that night. Dr. Mephisto can perform a DNA test to determine who the father really is, but the test costs $3,000. How can Eric raise the money to learn the truth? Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The episode was to conclude with the first episode of the second season, on April 1 1998, four weeks after "Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut" was first broadcast. However, instead Trey Parker
and Matt Stone
made an episode about Terrance and Philip, as an April Fool's Day prank on viewers. Upset fans wrote more than 2000 angry e-mail complaints to Comedy Central within a week of the episode's original broadcast, and media outlets said some fans harbored a grudge against the show more than five years after the episode was broadcast. "Cartman's Mom Is Still a Dirty Slut", the second part of the episode, was originally set to air on May 20 1998, but due to the angry feedback Comedy Central moved up the airdate to April 22 1998. See more
At the end when the question is proposed as to who Cartman's dad is, Mephesto refers to the Denver Broncos as the 1989 Denver Broncos. Just seconds later, the narrator refers to them as the 1991 Denver Broncos. See more
[Liane Cartman looks at a bunch of manly football players
Oh, Chef! Oh, CHEF!
Damn, woman, what's gotten into you?
References Full House