Thinking the school has posted the size of all the kid's penises for the whole school to see, Cartman works all the boys up into tizzy. The principal decides it's time to address Cartman's ... See full summary »

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Mr. Mackey / Anger Therapist / Randy Marsh / Chase / Tuong Lu Kim / Wayne D. / News Reporter / Man in Car #1 / Man in Car #3 / Government Official #2 (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Butters / Craig / Daniel / Tall Goth / FedEx Customer / Man in Car #2 / Government Official #1 / Government Official #3 / TV Announcer (voice)
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Girl #2 / Sheila Broflovski / Linda Stotch (voice)
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Principal Victoria / Girl #1 / Liane Cartman / Receptionist / Little Girl in Brown Coat / Girl with Question / Girl Reading Example / Gretchen / Rebecca Thénardier / Wendy Testaburger / FedEx Woman #1 / Surgeon General / FedEx Woman #2 (voice)
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Thinking the school has posted the size of all the kid's penises for the whole school to see, Cartman works all the boys up into tizzy. The principal decides it's time to address Cartman's anger issues by having him take anger management classes. Cartman uses his anger to enrage the class and hold a business hostage. Stan's dad decides to teach the students how to properly measure penis size, using complex mathematical formulas. Written by Seymour Butts

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When Craig is reading his supposed penis size on the class result list, one of the names that can be seen is 'Leeroy Jenkins'. This is the name of the famous World of Warcraft character that was seen being impatient and charging into a room filled with dragon eggs shouting "Leeeeroy Jeeeenkinssss!", while the rest of his group discussed the detailed strategy for how to safely deal with it. See more »

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It features one of those great SOUTH PARK statements!
24 June 2012 | by (Mexico City) – See all my reviews

I remembered more than a couple of SOUTH PARK episodes by watching this one, which is my third favorite of the first run from season 15 (only after "You're Getting Old" and "Crack Baby Athletic Association"). One of the episodes I remembered is "The List", a great one from season 11 that is about the boys finding a made-by-the-girls list with each one of them ranked from the cutest to the ugliest. "T.M.I." begins with the thing of having another list that will cause problems to some of the boys (well, just to Cartman!). Here we have many great and hilarious Cartman situations, with references to previous episodes (some stuff from the first years) that will please hard-core fans of the show for sure; if you have seen early episodes like "The Succubus" or classic ones like "Fat Butt and Pancake Head" and "Scott Tenorman Must Die", you'll smile with this one. And "T.M.I" is also one of those episodes that features a great statement on an issue (the anger problem) that makes you think something like "boy, that makes complete f***** sense!" The statement is simply darn hilarious! So you better check this one out: 9.5 out of 10.

*Watched it on 22 June, 2012


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