Cartman starts convincing people a mystical blood-sucking from Mexico he calls the Jewpacabra, exists and that the kids and folks of South Park are in danger for the upcoming Easter Egg hunt.

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Cartman starts convincing people a mystical blood-sucking from Mexico he calls the Jewpacabra, exists and that the kids and folks of South Park are in danger for the upcoming Easter Egg hunt.

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The title for Jewpacabra in Cartman's film appears like the title for The Thing. See more »

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Eric Cartman: Kyle! Kyle! My Hebrew friend! Did you see that it's raining frogs?
Kyle Broflovski: Yes. It's because the pharaoh won't give the Hebrews what they want. God is angry.
Eric Cartman: So God makes it rain frogs? That just kind of seems... mean to frogs, Kyle.
Kyle Broflovski: That's how God is. And if pharaoh doesn't give us what we want, next He's going to kill all Egyptian first-born boys.
Eric Cartman: Wha - okay, look, I'll talk to the pharaoh and see if he'll change his mind.
Kyle Broflovski: It doesn't matter, because God is going to harden pharaoh's heart.
Eric Cartman: What does ...
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Definitely interesting episode
30 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

Cartman spreads rumor about mysterious creature from Mexico which he calls it Jewpacabra. He tapes the evidence with his video camera and warns kids and people about the danger of upcoming Easter Egg Hunt.

*bit religious warning*

This is episode where it shows both sides of Egyptians and Hebrews. It balances your thoughts to both sides so that the story doesn't just focus on one side.

Although this isn't the episode that makes you laugh hard and cry, It has pretty interesting story. I definitely enjoyed it and I highly recommend it.


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