Cartman wins an environmentalism essay contest, and the prize is going to be awarded by none other than Kathy Lee Gifford. While most of the town is overjoyed, Mr. Garrison is still haunted by the memory of losing a child talent contest to Kathy, and vows to get revenge. Meanwhile, Wendy, angry over losing the essay contest and suspecting Cartman of cheating, starts doing some plotting of her own. Written by
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The 30-page script was shorter than in later episodes, which would average between 45 to 50 pages. See more
When Wendy is trying to stop Mr. Garrison, Mr. Hat is sitting on the rifle, but when Mr. Garrison lowers the rifle Mr. Hat is nowhere in sight. Right after Stan asks, "Man, did she really throw her voice with two dummies at once?," Mr. Hat is again on Mr. Garrison's right hand. See more
You know, Kathie Lee, you are a very special woman. I don't mean special in a Mary Tyler Moore way, or special in an extra value meal at Happy Burger way. No, no, no, no, no. I mean special, like the song of a hummingbird as it gets ready to find that female hummingbird and make sweet love to it all night long. Just two hummingbirds moaning and groaning and letting their bodies caress and touch each other in ecstasy.
Oh Kathie Lee / How I'd love to lay you down / And lick every ...
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