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

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Colin Greenwood ...
Himself (voice) (as Radiohead)
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Himself (voice) (as Radiohead)
Ed O'Brien ...
Himself (voice) (as Radiohead)
Phil Selway ...
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Himself (voice) (as Radiohead)
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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Scott's Friend #1 / Man from Fort Collins / Delivery Man / Clyde / Timmy / Ned Gerblanski / Mr. Tenorman / MTV Presenter (voice)
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Mona Marshall ...
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Toby Morton ...
Scott Tenorman (voice)
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Mrs. Tenorman (voice)
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Chef (voice)
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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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Aside from Jimbo and Ned, characters hiding in the Tenormans' bushes include Gerald Broflovski (clown), Randy Marsh (Groucho glasses), and Stuart McCormick (paper bag), as well as a man with pantyhose over his head (possibly Richard Tweak), and a man in SCUBA gear. See more »

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When Cartman and Scott sit down to eat chili together, Butters, Kyle, Stan and Scott's friends stand behind Scott. They're all missing when Scott learns the name of Cartman's chili, and they all reappear after Cartman finishes taunting Scott. See more »

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[as Scott Tenorman cries after realizing he ate his parents in a bowl of chili, Radiohead arrive at the scene]
Thom Yorke: Uhm, excuse me?
Stan: Who are you?
Jonny Greenwood: We're that band Radiohead.
Scott Tenorman: [raises his head] Jesus!
Ed O'Brien: Jeez, what a li'l crybaby!
Colin Greenwood: Are you gonna cry all day, crybaby?
Thom Yorke: You know, everyone has problems; it doesn't mean you have to be a little crybaby about it.
Ed O'Brien: Come on, guys, let's go. This kid is totally not cool.
Thom Yorke: Yeah, that's the most uncool kid I've ever met.
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References Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) See more »

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Best Episode EVER!
15 November 2006 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

In all truth, the most well planned effective and downright scary episode in the history of the show. Every part of the episode is built to come to that awful conclusion. No line or shot is wasted. This is Hitchcockian thriller at it's best. It has the very best line of dialogue ever read in a Southpark episode, Cartman's line, "let me taste the tears of unfathomable sadness" is still something that I use to this day. Excellent use of Radiohead, and the line, "he's got cancer, in his ass" is so well delivered. I hope that they put this episode in a time capsule and send it two thousand years in the future to show how genius television could be, when really applied correctly. God I love this episode. Go on the internets, youtube probably has it and watch it. Right now.


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