Cartman inherits a large sum of money and uses it to purchase his own amusement park. His resulting success causes Kyle to lose faith in God.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Uncle Stinky / Ned Gerblanski / Mr. Garrison / Investment Broker / Chris / Security Guard / Doctor / Nurse / Ticket Salesman / TV Announcer / Money Quest Presenter #1 / Gracie's Employee / Park Patron / Hemorrhoid (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Priest / Lawyer #1 / Lawyer #2 / Jimbo Kern / Priest Maxi / Gerald Broflovski / Butters Stotch / Money Quest Presenter #2 / Ticket Salesman / Frank Garron (voice)
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Mr. Poon (voice)
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Liane Cartman / Waitress (voice)
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Cartman inherits a large sum of money and uses it to purchase his own amusement park. His resulting success causes Kyle to lose faith in God.

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Sometimes barbed wire is shown atop the fences of Cartmanland, sometimes not. See more »

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Eric Cartman: Good riddance, you stupid park. You can all kiss my ass.
[Afterward, three men in suits approach Cartman]
Frank Garrett: Excuse me. Eric Cartman?
Eric Cartman: Yes?
Frank Garrett: I'm Frank Garrett with the IRS. You haven't kept records of your income or payout and there is a $500,000 discrepancy. Seize the assets.
Eric Cartman: [as the other agents are confiscating his money] Hey! That's my money!
Frank Garrett: There's also the lawsuit for the little boy who died in your park. The family's entitled to the rest of this.
Eric Cartman: What? Kenny? But he dies all the time!
Frank Garrett: You ...
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Spoofs How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966) See more »

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Better than usual
1 December 2008 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

Cartmanland is a fairly good South Park episode.I find it to be funnier than it usually is, yet it is also a pretty depressing episode as the subplot features Kyle dying of hemorrhoids.Cartman inherits a million dollars from his dead grandmother.He chooses to spend it all on a theme park that only he is able to go in.This is because he hates lines.However he sees that the amusement park needs maintenance and stuff, so he must let in a few people at a time in order to hire security guards and maintenance people.He finds that he has to hire so many people that he must let everybody in, ruining his original vision of the theme park.Meanwhile, Kyle gets hemorrhoids and is angry that god let Cartman have a million dollars while Kyle is suffering.He denounces his faith and is dying, so it is up to Stan to show Kyle that there is a god.The episode has some funny moments and some sad moments.Overall a good episode.


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