Stan helps a group of woodland critters by killing a mountain lion, only to discover that he's helping them give birth to the Antichrist.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Narrator / Singer / Rabbity the Rabbit / Skunky the Skunk / Beavery the Beaver / Beary the Bear / Raccoony the Raccoon / Doctor / The Anti-Christ / Santa / Mr. Garrison / Clyde (voice)
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Deery the Deer / Porcupiney the Porcupine / Woodpeckery the Woodpecker / The Lioness (voice) (as Gracie Lazar)
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Stan meets some talking woodland critters and helps them prepare for their Christmas, until he discovers that the critters worship Satan and are planning to unleash the Antichrist on the world. Written by Mike

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15 December 2004 (USA)  »

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This episode was the very last episode following the completion of "Team America" which overlapped with most of this season of "South Park." Trey Parker states in the episode commentary that he roared like a lion after getting in his car upon completion of this episode. See more »

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Early on Rabbit is killed, but is seen late in the episode standing next to the squirrel when the birth of the demon critter is announced. See more »

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[last lines]
Narrator: And they all lived happily ever after.
Narrator: Except for Kyle who died of aids two weeks later.
Kyle Broflovski: Goddamnit Cartman!
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Spoofs The Lion King (1994) See more »

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Christmas time is once a year, every critter holds it dear
2 November 2014 | by (India) – See all my reviews

After watching the episode today for almost 100th time, I decided I should write a review. This happens to be my favorite episode of South Park. Stan finds some critters in the forest who wants to celebrate Christmas, one of the critters porcupine is pregnant and is to give birth to the savior of the critters. Stan helps them but later on discovers that the critters are evil and the porcupine is going to give birth to the anti-Christ.

This episode has references of blood orgy in critters in which they sacrifice the rabbit, that alludes to the rabbit test a long way back, where rabbit where used to confirm the pregnancy, where in the end rabbit would die. It was very cool the way they showed it here. Plus lion cubs assisting in abortions was damn funny. And, Stan's reaction during the entire episode was fantabulous.

This and Scott Tennorman must die has to be the most no holds barred kind of episodes ever made on any shows. Nobody dares to make such bold episodes other than Matt and Trey. Hats off to you, and keep 'em coming.


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