The town is divided down the middle on the Iraq war issue. Therefore, Cartman tries to induce a flashback so that he can find out what the Founding Fathers would have to say about the war.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Mr. Garrison / Mr. Mackey / Tom the News Reporter / Skeeter / Randy Marsh / Tivo Machine / Messenger Boy / Dr. Doctor / Thomas Jefferson / John Hancock / Congressman #2 / Congressman #3 / Congressman #4 / Man in Crowd (voice)
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While South Park is deep in debate over the Iraq war, Cartman takes a trip to Colonial America to see what the founding fathers would have said about the issue. Written by Mike

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Slash (one of the children's parents) appears in the background on stage with the rock band. See more »

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Cartman mispronounces the word "Nazi" on Kenny's Iraqi war protest sign therefore implying a limited knowledge of Nazi Germany. However, being as anti-Semitic and adoring of Adolf Hitler as he is, he should know how to correctly pronounce the word. See more »

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Reporter: [coming up to them ] Boys, why did you walk out of school today?
Stan: Uhhh... war.
Reporter: Yes, and what about the war?
Kyle: Uhh... it's gay?
Reporter: Yes, and what about it is most gay?
Stan: [Reading off his sign] Uhh... no blood for oil.
Kyle: [Reading his sign] War is not my voice.
Cartman: [reading a sign that says "Bush is a Nazi"] Bush is a Nay-zee.
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100th episode!
7 January 2009 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

Im a little bit country is the 100th episode of South Park.It's also a fairly good history lesson(however it's not entirely accurate).The episode involves the town being split up with people who think the founding fathers supported war and people who think the founding fathers did not support war.The boys pretend to be anti-war just to get out of school, but they say they don't know about the founding fathers on national TV, so Garrison makes the class do a report on them.Instead of studying, Cartman tries to have a "flashback" to the year 1776, he finally does so by electrocuting himself with a tivo machine taped with the history channel.He then sees the founding fathers original intentions with the declaration of independence.This is a good episode and also a good historical lesson!


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