South Park: Season 9, Episode 8

Two Days Before the Day After Tomorrow (19 Oct. 2005)

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When a dam breaks and floods a nearby town, South Park residents assume it was caused by global warming and barricade themselves in the community center.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / TV Announcer / Tom the News Reader / Mitch the News Reporter / Randy Marsh / Interviewee #2 / Interviewee #3 / Mr. Mackey / Scientist #2 / Man in Crowd #3 / Man in Crowd #4 / Stephen Stotch / Ms. Garrison / Tom the Fox News Reader / Officer Barbrady / Man on Rooftop #1 / Man on Rooftop #2 / Mr. Tucker / Man in Community Centre #1 / Soldier / The Crab People / Man at End #1 / Man at End #2 / Man at End #5 / Man at End #6 / Man at End #8 / Man at End #9 / Man at End #10 / Man at End #12 / Man at End #15 (voice)
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When a dam breaks and floods a nearby town, South Park residents assume it was caused by global warming and barricade themselves in the community center.

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Randy Marsh: [making a diagram of global warming damage] Everyone below this line needs to be evacuated. Everyone above this line is already dead. We're stuck here in the middle. These states might be okay, they're balmy. New York is gonna have huge tidal waves that affect this whole area.
[someone giggles]
Randy Marsh: What?
[looks at the board and realized his diagram looks like a penis]
Randy Marsh: Oh, godammit! Godammit!
[erases it]
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6 February 2009 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

Two Days Before The Day After Tomorrow deals with the issues of Global Warming and the floods of New Orleans.Stan and Cartman are messing around with some guys boat(Cartman says it's his uncle's which it is not), they end up crashing it into a beaver dam, which causes a flood in a place called Beverton.The people are waiting to be rescued and everybody is looking for who to blame.Some people think George Bush did it, other's think it was terrorists.Everyone then feels it was Global Warming and it's about to come! Everybody is in a panic and will not help the Beaverton people.Stan feels very guilty and tells Kyle who forces him and Cartman to help save the people.This is another episode with great social commentary.It's a fairly funny episode as well!


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