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
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Did You Know?
This is the first episode Cartman says the F-word in the series. 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
When a man loves a woman, and a woman loves a man... well, actually, sometimes the man doesn't really LOVE the woman, but he acts like he does because he want to get a little action, heh-heh. The magic starts to happen, and the two take off their clothes / they caress and hug each other until the part of the man grows / They're rolling around and things are really starting to get hot! And the man says, 'I love you' and the woman says, "Hang on a minute, I gotta go to the bathroom." So ...
There You Are!
Written by Trey Parker
Based on music and lyrics by James Horner
and Will Jennings
Performed by Toddy Walters See more