As Thanksgiving approaches, the boys see a TV ad asking for people to sponsor starving children in Ethiopia. They decide to give it a try, motivated less by the thought of helping someone less fortunate, than by the offer of a sports watch for every sponsor. Expecting their watch to arrive, the boys are surprised to find an Ethiopian boy delivered to their door. When the mix-up is discovered, the FBI quickly swings into action, only to ship Cartman to Ethiopia instead. Meanwhile, Dr. Mephisto's new flock of genetically engineered turkeys has decided not to go quietly to the chopping block. Written by
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Did You Know?
There are many Star Trek
(1966) references throughout the series, including: The episode where the children are stuck on a bus begins with a boy in a red "security officer" uniform getting killed. In the episode where Kyle has a crush on a home-schooled girl, they have a discussion about love that is almost word-for-word a scene from the Star Trek episode "Gamesters of Triskelion". In "Roger Ebert should Lay Off the Fatty Foods", the latin phrase above the entrance to the planetarium roughly translates to "Beam me up, Scotty". in "Cartoon Wars", part two, the incomplete code the fox network president gives to pull the "Family Guy" episode, starts off the same as the destruct sequence code for the Enterprise in "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock" as given by Captain James T. Kirk. In episode "Starvin'Marvin'in Space", the alien planet is called Ceti Alpha VI, the same name of a planet in "Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan". See more
Who knows what a can food drive is?
Isn't that where they cut open a chick's stomach to get the baby out?
No that's a caesarian section, Eric, but remember there are no stupid questions, just stupid people.