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"South Park" Towelie (2001)

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While playing the Okama Gamespeare in the same building that Towelie was made with Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski and Eric Cartman with the millitary and the people who work for the company that made Towelie and Towelie in the background fighting with war weapons, building blows up and all four including Towelie are hanging from each other from a ledge with a vat of molten lead underneath them and falls into vat of molten lead having not been able to hold on.

After he dies, rats do not take his corpse.

The level on the video game that Kyle Broflovski says that Stan Marsh, Kenny McCormick and himself are almost to is twenty.

Eric Cartman pulled out of the trash can in the bathroom of Sharon Marsh, Randy Marsh and Stan Marsh's house a used up bloody tampon.

"Tampon" is indeed a real feminine product. More information is available by clicking on the following link, http://www.professorpatents.com/tampon.htm

"Okama Gamesphere" is indeed a fictional video game system but is beleieved to be a parody of the real video game system "Nintendo GameCube." More information is available by clicking on the following link, http://www.nintendo.com/systemsgcn

"Luau's Toys" is indeed a fictional toy store.

An "Okama Gamesphere" costs US $399.99.

The "Okama Gamesphere" has 128 GHz of ram.

Kenny McCormick, Eric Cartman, Kyle Broflovski and Stan Marsh have thirty-nine hours to play the "Okama Gamesphere."

"Thirst for Blood" is indeed a fictional video game.

"Zoop" is indeed a fictional brand of soda.

"Snacky Cakes" is indeed a fictional brand of cakes.

"Dem' Donuts" is indeed a fictonal brand of donuts.

"Tom's Rhinoplasty" is indeed a fictional plastic surgery place.

"Tynacorp" is indeed a fictional company.

"ET" ("E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial") is indeed a real movie directed by Steven Spielberg.

A Towelie T-Shirt costs US $18.99 plus shipping and handling.

The phone number to call to order a Towelie T-Shirt is 1-800-555-Towl.

"Visa" is indeed a real brand of credit card. More information is available by clicking on the following link, http://www.visa.com/

"MasterCard" is indeed a real credit card company. More information is available by clicking on the following link, http://www.mastercard.com/

"Discover" is indeed a real credit card company. More information is available by clicking on the following link, http://www.discover.com/

"American Express" is indeed a real credit card company. More information is available by clicking on the following link, http://www.americanexpress.com/

The song that Towelie plays on the key pad to the entrance to the secret millitary base is "Funkytown."

"Funkytown" is indeed a real song played by Lipps Inc.

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