South Park: Season 4, Episode 9

Do the Handicapped Go to Hell? (19 Jul. 2000)

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The boys become obsessed with religion after a sermon about hell scares them. Meanwhile, Saddam returns to Hell and tries to dispose of Satan's new boyfriend.



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Episode cast overview:
Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Priest / Mr. Mackey / Satan / Walter Matthau / Randy Marsh / Timmy / Cardinal / The Pope / Clyde (voice)
Milan Agnone ...
Ike Broflovski (voice) (as Milan Aliya Agnone)
Chris (voice) (as Jack Oldman)
Additional Voices (voice) (as Blue Girl)
Anne Garefino ...
Sister Anne (voice)
Mona Marshall ...
Chef (voice) (credit only)


Father Maxi, the local Catholic priest, convinces the boys that anyone who doesn't confess their sins in church will be condemned to burn in hell. Concerned about Kyle and Timmy, (not to mention themselves) the boys become even more religious, especially after they see Kenny get hit by a bus. Their faith is shaken, however, when they see how Father Maxi behaves on his personal time, and the boys decide to start their own religion. Meanwhile, Satan is caught in a tangle between Chris, his new and more sensitive lover, and Saddam Hussein, who has returned after being killed in the South Park movie. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <>

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Cartman quotes Mark 9:43 in his street corner speech, only it's "never shall," not "will never." See more »


For a split second, Randy is seen superimposed on Liane, who should be in front of him on the way to church. See more »


[Cartman's favorite "psalm"]
Cartman: 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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Great first part of a two parter!
18 November 2008 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

Do The Handicapped Go To Hell? is the season 4 two part episode.Almost every season of South Park has this.This episode involves the boys in church learning about hell and being afraid.They then start attending Sunday school and try to be good Christians to avoid going to hell.They find out that they have to be baptised, go to confession and receive communion.They are worried about Timmy because he cannot confess his sins(he can only say his name).Meanwhile in hell, Satan has a new boyfriend named Chris(who is a really nice guy) but Saddam comes back into his life and Satan still has feelings for him.Now he must choose between Saddam and Chris! This is a very funny episode.I find this one better than the second part though that was good as well.

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