In a parody of the final weeks of Christ's life, South Park goes into hysterics over the failing economy, but Kyle begins preaching that there is no reason for fear. Meanwhile, Stan unsuccessfully tries to return his dad's margarita machine. Written by
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At the Whistlin' Willy's last supper each of the kids is portraying someone in Davinci's Last Supper. Craig portrays Bartholomew, Timmy is James the Lesser, Jason is Andrew, Cartman is Judas, Token is John, Kyle is Jesus, Jimmy is Thomas, Butters is James the Major, Kenny is Philip, Tweek is Matthew, Ike is Thaddeus and Clyde is Simon. With Stan not there and Kyle being his best friend, Stan would be considered the missing Peter. See more
When Cartman is telling the others about his dream where he's playing Grand Theft Auto, Token is to Cartmans right when he is crying. In the very next shot when the angry mob shows up, Token disappears. See more
How can I help you, young man?
I got a hundred-dollar check from my grandma and my dad said I need to put it in the bank so it can grow over the years.
Well that's fantastic. A really smart decision, young man. We can put that check in a money market mutual fund, then we'll re-invest the earnings into foreign currency accounts with compounding interest aaaand it's gone.
[Blank stares and silence as it goes from the Bank Clerk, to Stan, to the Bank Clerk, to Stan
It's gone, it's all ...