South Park (1997– )
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Cartman tries to cryogenically freeze himself so he doesn't have to wait for the new Nintendo Wii; Ms. Garrison falls for the new Evolution teacher.

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... Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Mrs. Garrison / Mr. Mackey / Store Security Guard / Mr. Guscotty / Dougie / United Atheist League Members / Lead Otter (voice)
... Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Butters / United Atheist League Members / United Atheist Alliance Man / Armed Otter (voice)
... United Atheist League Members (voice) (as Juan Kimmelini)
... Linda Stotch (voice)
Kyle McCulloch ... Richard Dawkins / United Atheist League Members (voice)
... Liane Cartman / Principal Victoria / Girl (voice)
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Cartman's plan to propel himself into the future goes horribly wrong. South Park Elementary faces strong opposition to the topic of evolution being taught to the 4th graders, especially from Ms. Garrison who has to teach it. Eric Cartman can't be bothered with what's going on in class. He's busy manipulating his own personal time-line to align with the precise release date of the newest, hottest game. Written by Anonymous

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1 November 2006 (USA)  »

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Due to the plot element of Cartman's impatience for the release of the Wii, Nintendo gave Matt Stone and Trey Parker free Wii consoles as thanks for the episode. See more »

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The group of atheist sea otters are first identified as the "Allied Atheist Allegiance." But later (into part two), they're identified as the "Allied Atheist Alliance." See more »

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[Richard Dawkins, a substitute teacher, has the children take notes about evolution]
Richard Dawkins: [in a scholarly voice] Over billions of years life has evolved from simple one-celled organisms into all the complex life we see around us.
Ms. Garrison: Whatever.
Richard Dawkins: [glances over, then continues] It was changes in hereditary traits that allowed the first mammals to breathe in the air.
Ms. Garrison: [relating Dawkins' points to her own] Retarded fish-frogs.
Richard Dawkins: [a bit shocked] Ms. Garrison, I believe that's a gross over-simplification.
Ms. Garrison: Well, you're ...
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Funny episode
24 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

I thought this was a very funny episode! It was sooooo funny how Cartman kept standing outside of the video game store waiting for the Wii to come out. I liked the part when Ms.Garrison crapped in her hand and the threw it at the guy that was helping him teach. I was laughing sooooo hard when she did that, it made me spit out my Pepsi that I was drinking. It was soooooooooo funny when Garrison was having sex with that guy and the guy says you have such balls. Hearing that even made me spit out my Pepsi again.I thought it was funny when Cartman froze himself and was unfroze 500 years later. This was really a funny episode! It made me laugh the whole way through!


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