Cartman is spending Christmas at his grandparents' house, and the rest of the guys are invited. When Stan asks his parents for permission, however, they refuse. Angry and thinking his parents don't care about him, Stan sneaks off to go with his friends anyway. Soon after arriving, Cartman's Uncle Howard shows up, having broken out of prison with his cell-mate, Charles Manson. Wanting to have some fun, Manson offers to take the boys to the shopping mall so they can meet Mr. Hankey. Following a riot, a police chase and several holiday TV specials, Manson learns the true meaning of Christmas and Stan learns his parents really do care. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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The character "Craig" appears at the Mall in Nebraska See more
When Manson walks past the bookshelf in the cell "Observations from the Forest" is much smaller than "Are You There God? It's Me. Manson," but when he goes to bed, "Observations from the Forest" is bigger than "Are You There God? It's Me. Manson." See more
And now, back to "It's A Wonderful Life".
You can't just buy people, Mr. Potter. You know what you are? You're a little bitch. That's right, you're a bitch and I'll bet you'd like to suck it, wouldn't you?