The boys toilet paper their art teacher's house to get revenge for a bad grade. When Kyle's guilty conscience makes him want to confess, Cartman makes an attempt on his life.



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Episode cast overview:
Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Jason / Miss Streebel's Boyfriend / Mr. Garrison / Mr. Mackey / Officer Barbrady / Prison Guard / Josh Myers / Chris Stotch (voice)
Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Butters / Policeman (voice)
Mona Marshall ...
Linda Stotch (voice)
Miss. Streebel / Streebel's Daughter #1 / Streebel's Daughter #2 / Principal Victoria (voice) (as Eliza Jane Schneider)
Chef (credit only)


The boys toilet paper their art teacher's house to get revenge for a bad grade. When Kyle's guilty conscience makes him want to confess, Cartman makes an attempt on his life.

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Animation | Comedy





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2 April 2003 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


The mother of the TP'ed house crying "Why? Why?" in Kyle's dream is a take off of figure skater Nancy Kerrigan saying the same words when she was attacked on the knees. Later in the episode, actual news footage of Kerrigan saying it, is used. See more »


Cartman: Okay. Last night, all four of us were at the bowling alley until about 7:30, at which time we noticed Ally Sheedy, the Goth chick from the Breakfast Club, was bowling in the lane next to us, and we asked her for her autograph, but she didn't have a pen, so we followed her out to her car, but on the way we were accosted by five Scientologists who wanted to give us all personality tests, which were administered at the Scientology Center in Denver until 10:45, at which time we accidentally boarded...
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In the end credits, J.J. Franzen is credited under: EIEIO. See more »


References The Breakfast Club (1985) See more »

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A Round of Oscars for South Park
21 November 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I first saw part the episode on "The Godfather" DVD set which contained a documentary on parodies, this being one of Coppola's favorites, and absolutely LOVED it.

When I saw the entire thing, I LOVED IT EVEN MORE!!!!! The boat scenes, the Hannibal parody, and everything else is wonderful. I felt even without the "Silence of the Lambs" and "The Godfather: Part II" (it mimics Alfredo's death for those who do not get it) bits, it still would have been good. Surprisingly, this is one of the less offensive episodes, but still packs a WONDERFUL wallop. Cartman is relatively subdued, but just as maniacal, and his actions at the end make this one of his best, and most hypocritical, moments.

Any decent fan of South Park will get a kick out of this episode, and for those who saw it on the "Godfather" DVD will certainly make an offer they can't refuse when seeing it.

4 1/2 out of 4 stars.

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