South Park: Season 10, Episode 12

Go God Go (1 Nov. 2006)

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Cartman tries to cryogenically freeze himself so that he doesn't have to wait for the new Nintendo machine, and Ms. Garrison falls for the new Evolution teacher and becomes an Atheist.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Mrs. Garrison / Mr. Mackey / Store Security Guard / Mr. Guscotty / Dougie / United Atheist League Members / Lead Otter (voice)
Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Butters / United Atheist League Members / United Atheist Alliance Man / Armed Otter (voice)
Jonathan Kimmel ...
United Atheist League Members (voice) (as Juan Kimmelini)
Mona Marshall ...
Linda Stotch (voice)
Kyle McCulloch ...
Richard Dawkins / United Atheist League Members (voice)


Cartman's plan to propel himself into the future goes horribly wrong. South Park Elementary faces strong opposition to the topic of evolution being taught to the 4th graders, especially from Ms. Garrison who has to teach it. Eric Cartman can't be bothered with what's going on in class. He's busy manipulating his own personal time-line to align with the precise release date of the newest, hottest game. Written by Anonymous

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Due to the plot element of Cartman's impatience for the release of the Wii, Nintendo gave Matt Stone and Trey Parker free Wii consoles as thanks for the episode. See more »


When Cartman is lying restlessly in bed watching the clock and waiting for the release of the Nintendo Wii, the clock reads 2:15 then 2:16. After a "while", Cartman looks at the clock for a third time and it reads 02:18. The zero wasn't there before. See more »


[Richard Dawkins, a substitute teacher, has the children take notes about evolution]
Richard Dawkins: [in a scholarly voice] Over billions of years life has evolved from simple one-celled organisms into all the complex life we see around us.
Ms. Garrison: Whatever.
Richard Dawkins: [glances over, then continues] It was changes in hereditary traits that allowed the first mammals to breathe in the air.
Ms. Garrison: [relating Dawkins' points to her own] Retarded fish-frogs.
Richard Dawkins: [a bit shocked] Ms. Garrison, I believe that's a gross over-simplification.
Ms. Garrison: Well, you're ...
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Only seen the first half, but it's a classic in the making!
2 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a two part episode with the central plot being about evolution vs religion, and the subplot about Cartman not being able to wait for a new video game system's release.

Garrison is against the teaching of evolution, so the school brings in an evolutionist to teach that part of his class. The evolutionist, impressed with his/her opinionated attitude starts dating Garrison. After giving Garrision the most hilariously stupid argument for not believing in religion, Garrison renounces his faith on the spot and launches a plot to eradicate all religion on earth.

Meanwhile Cartman freezes himself until the game system is released, but an avalanche covers him avalanche which will keep him hidden until (imitates Buck Rodgers narrator voice) "500 years later." The parody to Buck Rodgers (for those of us who remember that show) was so perfect I couldn't stop laughing.

Cartman arrives in a future where video games don't exist and everyone is an atheist...and now different atheist sects fight each other...another brilliant ironic twist! I can't wait till next week!

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