The kids go hunting with the rather trigger happy Jimbo and Ned. Little do they know that a volcano is on the verge of erupting.

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Mary Kay Bergman ... Liane Cartman / Mayor McDaniels (voice) (as Shannen Cassidy)
... Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Ned Gerblanski / Randy Marsh / Johnson / News Reporter / Crowd Member / Officer Barbrady / 'You and Lava' Presenter / Volcano Onlooker #1 / Patrick Duffy / Mr. Garrison / Scuzzlebutt (voice)
... Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Jimbo Kern / Ted / Volcano Onlooker #2 (voice)
... Chef (voice)
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Jimbo and Ned decide to take the boys out into the woods for their first deer hunting trip. While Kenny, Cartman and especially Kyle take to the bonding experience, Stan can't bring himself use a gun, earning Uncle Jimbo's disapproval. At night around the campfire, Cartman tells the boys the story of Scuzzlebutt, a mysterious monster with Patrick Duffy for a leg. Of course Scuzzlebutt is just a legend, isn't he? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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27 August 1997 (USA)  »

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The plot was inspired by the large amount of hunting Trey Parker and Matt Stone saw around them while growing up in Colorado. Neither of them were hunters, and Parker said Stan's hesitation about hunting was based largely on himself and his father, who hated the idea of killing an animal even though Parker's grandfather, like Jimbo, was enthusiastic about the sport. See more »

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The three clocks on the wall behind Randy read: NY - 11:05, SP - 9:35, LA - 8:05. Being on Mountain Time, SP should be at 9:05. See more »

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Officer Barbrady: All right people. The mayor wanted everyone to see this educational film. So please try to pay attention okay?
Voiceover: This is Jenny. She and her family are having a picnic at the foot of a volcano. Oh no. The volcano has errupted. What do you do now Jenny? That's right duck and cover. What do you do Jimmy? Duck and cover. DUCK AND COVER!
Officer Barbrady: Any questions?
Chef: That has got to be the biggest piece of cah cah many bullspit I have ever heard in my life.
Officer Barbrady: That's enough out of you wise guy.
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Spoofs Volcano (1997) See more »

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Funny!
12 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

This episode of South Park, "Volcano" is pretty darn funny. It features some outrageous one-liners including the famous "Cartoons kick ass." This episode, the third one in Season 1, lampoons the two Volcano films which came out in 1997 and Patrick Duffy. The animation is starting to round into form as compared to the first episode.

This episode is about Uncle Ned taking the kids for a hunting trip in the mountains but they don't realize a volcano is on the verge of erupting.

Overall, this is a pretty funny episode. I liked now Ned tries to convince the guys that hunting is never fun sober and how he shoots every animal in sight. Also, I wish I have seen more of the Scuzzlebutt. I rate this episode 9/10.


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