Cartman plans an elaborate revenge when an older boy cons him out of money.



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Episode cast overview:
Colin Greenwood ...
Himself (voice) (as Radiohead)
Himself (voice) (as Radiohead)
Ed O'Brien ...
Himself (voice) (as Radiohead)
Phil Selway ...
Himself (voice) (as Radiohead)
Himself (voice) (as Radiohead)
Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Scott's Friend #1 / Man from Fort Collins / Delivery Man / Clyde / Timmy / Ned Gerblanski / Mr. Tenorman / MTV Presenter (voice)
Mona Marshall ...
Toby Morton ...
Scott Tenorman (voice)
Mrs. Tenorman (voice)
Chef (voice)


Cartman plans an elaborate revenge when an older boy cons him out of money.

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Animation | Comedy


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11 July 2001 (USA)  »

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During the commentary, Matt and Trey revealed that it was originally written that Cartman was going to personally murder Scott's parents by slitting their throats, but this was deemed too violent and the studio didn't want a child to kill anyone. so the ending was changed to Cartman having the farmer kill them. See more »


In Cartman's first flashback, where he tells Mr. Denkins that violent pony killers were in the area, the silo next to the barn is missing. See more »


Cartman: Excuse me, sir?
Passerby: Yes?
Cartman: Can you tell me where the pube fair is?
Passerby: Pube fair?
Cartman: Yeah, I've got some pubes to sell.
Passerby: There's no such thing, you little smart ass.
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Referenced in South Park: The Death of Eric Cartman (2005) See more »

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My favorite episode
5 September 2006 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

Season Four was when "South Park" really began to come into its own, and by the time Season Five rolled around it was stronger than ever. "Scott Tenorman Must Die" is probably my favorite episode of "South Park." It's absolutely brilliant. This is the episode where Cartman's evil, psychopathic mindset really comes into play.

The ending is a true shocker - I never saw it coming and it's completely unyielding. It really goes all the way. It's some of the sickest stuff I've seen on TV but it's absolutely hysterical. "Let me taste your unfathomable tears of sadness - oh, yes, mm, they're so good!" is probably the best Cartman quote ever.

Wonderful. Just wonderful.

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