Stan is diagnosed with Asperger's but soon realizes that the disease isn't real. Meanwhile, Cartman creates a disgusting overnight food sensation.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Mike / TV Announcer / Mr. Garrison / Officer Barbrady / Mr. Mackey / News Reader / Randy Marsh / President's Aide #2 / President's Aide #1 / Kid #1 / Kid #2 / Doctor / Martin / Clyde / Man with Asperger's on Computer / Adam Sandler / McDonalds Head / Pizza Hut Head / Man with Asperger's Wearing Tie (voice)
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Sharon Marsh / Wendy Testaburger / School Nurse / Reilly / Molly (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Big Harry / Butters / President's Aide #1 / Mr. Mathers / Putt / Spotty Man with Asperger's / KFC Head / Taco Bell Head / Burger King Head / Kid #3 (voice)
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Stan is diagnosed with Asperger's but soon realizes that the disease isn't real. Meanwhile, Cartman creates a disgusting overnight food sensation.

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The chemical shown as Burger King's secret ingredient is the highly toxic liquid benzene. See more »

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Sharon Marsh: People get older, Stanley. And as you get older you realize... the best thing to do is... just stick with what you know.
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References Good Burger (1997) See more »

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Heartlight
Written by Neil Diamond, Burt Bacharach and Carole Bayer Sager
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A sign of the times
10 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Just great. Throughout the show I was surprised, horrified, and thoroughly amused. Of course, it is not the same show it started out as last century - the public tastes have changed, as have the creators'. But it was great nonetheless, I was laughing my butt off during the final scenes, so true, so horribly hurtful, and yet so good to see.

Maybe it's because I grew up and matured with the show, or maybe it's the fart and poop jokes, but I still like it. I most certainly do not watch it for the same entertainment value I assigned to it twelve years ago, it has changed, yes, but I still watch it to laugh at myself.

I wrote this because I watched the episode, and was looking to find some reviews that were aligned with my opinion, and did not really find much. I think the creators deserve at some recognition for their expositions of self-criticism (more like self-deprecation), assault of reality, and an undying vein of absurdness that has now become so iconic.


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