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Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy 

Kyle discovers that his brother Ike is having a sexual relationship with his kindergarten teacher. The police are reluctant to help, so Kyle is forced to turn to the new school hall monitor for help: Eric "Dawg" Cartman.

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Cartman is appointed to the post of School Hallway Monitor at South Park Elementary. In his new role, Cartman takes it personally when an infraction is committed in his jurisdiction. When Kyle discovers that a teacher is having sex with a student, he and Cartman have to team up to put a stop to the inappropriate behavior. Written by Anonymous

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Goofs

Two of the three cops that are on the rooftop each have three hands. Both are holding guns with two extra hands on each of their sides. See more »

Quotes

Eric Cartman: Hall pass! Show me your hall pass!
[shoves student against locker]
Eric Cartman: Do you know what this is? this is the mace that they use on bears, faggot!
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Connections

Featured in Anime Abandon: The End of Evangelion (2012) See more »

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Can't Fight This Feeling
Written by Kevin Cronin
Performed by REO Speedwagon
Courtesy of Epic Records
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Not sure if social commentary or just lazy humor
20 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

If this episode was meant to show the world the double-standards of female vs male pedophiles then it did a good job, those issues are still here today and female pedophiles still often go unpunished almost all the time as compared to male ones.

If however this was yet another lazy episode referencing a bunch of things with no point other than tame jokes - it's not the best one.

And I'd assume it's the latter, since South Park has always been doing this, and while everyone likes to pretend they see deeper meanings in episodes, there are none.


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