The class takes a field trip to the planetarium, but Cartman sneaks off to try out for a Cheesy Poofs commercial. Though the kids are bored at first, they come back from the trip eager to go again. The reason for this sudden change is explained when Mr. Mackey mind-melds with a frightened little boy who stowed away in the school bus. As the planetarium's secret is being revealed, Cartman is overjoyed to learn that he has been selected to be a Cheesy Poof. Written by
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Did You Know?
The poor little girl with the windswept hair who is in the call back with Cartman and the others is none other than Cosette, the girl from Les Miserables. In the novel, her guardian, Jean Valjean, long before he met her, was thrown in prison for stealing bread. Cartman eliminates the girl from the competition by saying bread is being given away outside. And if you look at the board behind her, you'll see a poster for the Les Miserable musical which bears the question, "Who will be the next Cosette?". See more
The Planetarium guy says that he cannot pronounce the "t" in planetarium, and pronounces it "plane'arium". However on the return trip, he says "planetarium" normally. See more
[Mr. Garrison has just shown his class an episode of Barnaby Jones
Okay, children, what do you think Barnaby Jones meant when he said, "This is not a victimless crime"? Anybody? Children, were you paying attention?
Mr. Garrison, we've been watching Barnaby Jones repeats for eight days now. It's hard to keep paying attention.
Oh, well excuse me, Kyle! Why don't you just *forget* what Barnaby Jones has to say? Why don't you *not* pay attention to Barnaby Jones and then let's see how far you get ...
References Barnaby Jones
Written by Kenny Loggins and Dean Pitchford
Performed by Kenny Loggins See more