South Park: Season 10, Episode 6

ManBearPig (26 Apr. 2006)

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A lonely and attention-desperate Al Gore comes to South Park Elementary to explain the dangers of the biggest threat to the planet: Manbearpig. Although the kids believe Gore uses ... See full summary »

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Mr. Mackey / Al Gore / Randy Marsh / Tour Guide / Rescuer #1 / News Reporter (voice)
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A lonely and attention-desperate Al Gore comes to South Park Elementary to explain the dangers of the biggest threat to the planet: Manbearpig. Although the kids believe Gore uses Manbearpig as a way of gaining attention, they decide to help him capture the creature...with disastrous results. Written by Brian J

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Al Gore says the only way to kill Manbearpig is by flooding the cave with molten lead; however, after the cave floods with water, he presumes that it must have killed Manbearpig. See more »

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Stan Marsh: [to Al Gore] Stay away from us, asshole! I was nice to you because I felt sorry for you, because you don't have any friends! But now I see WHY you don't have any friends! You just used ManBearPig as a way to get attention for yourself because you're a LOSER!
Al Gore: [undaunted] Yeah right. The man who singlehandedly killed ManBearPig is a loser.
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A great Episode, I'm Super Cereal
5 July 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First of all, ignore the comment about how South Park should make fun of Republicans. Everyone is doing that now, why should South Park blindly follow what the rest of the media is doing? And what the Republicans are doing is more serious and less funny than Al Gore and his global warming hysteria.

But all that aside, this episode is just plain funny. Al Gore's portrayal has to be one of the best caricatures of a politician I've ever seen, it was original, and it was based on peoples opinions of the man. I don't want to give anything away, but it had me rolling on the floor.

There are also has some of the best Cartman/Kyle moments ever.

All in all I'd say that this is one of the best episodes the show has ever had, and I would highly recommend it to anybody.


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