A wave of spontaneous combustion is sweeping through South Park, and the mayor charges Stan's father (a geologist) with finding the cause. After working feverishly on the problem, he finds the answer: people are holding in their farts for so long, they're bursting into flame. A grateful nation loosens its sphincters in relief, but their problems aren't over yet. Meanwhile, the boys crucify Cartman in the hopes of helping Kyle's father get an erection. Written by
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Did You Know?
The formulas written by Randy near the end are the same as those written by Herald R. Pinkerton, Nobel Science Prize nominee. See more
Kenny's remains look bigger after Stan announces his death than they do before. See more
You children shouldn't be crucifying yourselves in this heat.
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