South Park: Season 3, Episode 16

Are You There God? It's Me, Jesus (29 Dec. 1999)

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Stan worries that he is maturing more slowly than his friends. Meanwhile, Jesus feels pressured to perform a miracle at the start of the new millennium.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Tom the News Reader / Craig Netzel / Tommy / Man in Crowd #1 / Man in Crowd #3 / Mr. Garrison / Randy Marsh / Man on TV / God / Phillip / Radio Presenter / Rod Stewart's Agent / Rod Stewart / Dr. Mephesto / Dr. Doctor / News Reporter / Man in Crowd #1 / Skeeter / Man in Crowd #4 / Mr. Mackey (voice)
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The Millenial New Year is approaching, and everyone in waiting expectantly for Jesus (who lives in South Park) to provide a message of guidance and hope for the next thousand years. Jesus, however, feels lost and uncertain of what to do, so he turns to his father and asks him to make an appearance. God tells his son that the people are not yet ready to see him, which means Jesus is on his own. Meanwhile, Stan is upset because all his friends are having their first periods and starting puberty. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Jesus' home address is 80122. The zip code is from Littleton, Colorado where the creators grew up. See more »

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Jesus: [to an old Rod Stewart in a wheel chair] Hey, Rod, great to see you. Uh, the folk are sure glad you're playing. It's giving them a lot of faith in me again. I'm sure together we can make this millennium party the best New Year's bash ever!
Rod Stewart: Poop pants.
Jesus: What?
Rod Stewart: Poop pants.
Jesus: You pooped your pants? Nurse, Mr. Stewart has apparently pooped his pants.
Nurse: Again? Now, Mr. Stewart, what did we say about trying to hold in Mr. Dookie?
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Are you there god? It's me, Jesus
8 November 2008 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

The title is a play on the book "Are You There God, It's Me, Margret".This is a fairly good episode of South Park.It could be called a "New Years" special actually.The episode has Cartman thinking he has reached maturity because he is bleeding out his ass and thinks he got his period.Kenny does as well.Kyle pretends to so he wont be left out and Stan is left alone.The whole bleeding out the ass thing is because there is a virus going around.Meanwhile, everybody is paying attention to Jesus again because it is the new millennium.They want God to appear and Jesus tries to get him but cannot.This is a pretty funny and good South Park episode!


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