Jimbo and Ned decide to take the boys out into the woods for their first deer hunting trip. While Kenny, Cartman and especially Kyle take to the bonding experience, Stan can't bring himself use a gun, earning Uncle Jimbo's disapproval. At night around the campfire, Cartman tells the boys the story of Scuzzlebutt, a mysterious monster with Patrick Duffy for a leg. Of course Scuzzlebutt is just a legend, isn't he? Written by
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Did You Know?
Although Matt Stone
and Trey Parker
acknowledged that a volcano could not actually erupt in this Colorado town, they felt they were entitled to create the episode anyway because Volcano
(1997) was set in Los Angeles; Stone said, "If they could do it, we could." Similarly, the duo acknowledge the tunnel built in the episode would not really divert the lava, but they included it because Parker said, "Any movie today, that's basically how dumb they are." See more
When Cartman begins the Tale of Scuzzlebutt, Stan's arms are missing, but reappear the next time he's seen. See more
[over the intercom
Mayor, the geologist is here to see you.
My geologist? Now? Tell him the infection is fine and I don't need another check-up!
No, mayor, that's a gynecologist. A geologist studies the earth.
Don't you think I know that? How dare you insult my intellect? I went to Princeton for God's sake! You get out of my office!
I'm not in your office mayor, I'm talking to you through a speaker.
[after a long pause
Just send in the geologist.
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