Cartman and Wendy Battle it Out in South Park’s New Episode: 1209, “Breast Cancer Show Ever”

This was a hilarious new episode and a great way to continue season 12. Wendy and Cartman match wits and brawn as Cartman continues to provoke her publicly while privately pleading for peace.

It all begins with Wendy trying to raise awareness of breast cancer and after being repeatedly challenged by Cartman with jokes like, “tittie cancer,” and speaking about Wendy’s killer tits, she declares that they’re going to fight and she’s going to kick his ass.

Realizing how terrible it will be to get his ass kicked by this angry and determined girl, Cartman begs Wendy to accept his quiet apology. Wendy relishes the opportunity to kick his ass and has no desire to call the fight off.

Though Cartman brings parents into the fray to stop the fight, Principle Victoria calls Wendy into her office and explains that she is a breast cancer survivor. She then launches into a diatribe about how fat little cancers must be fought and destroyed: “You refuse to let that fat little lump make you feel powerless.”

Needless to say, the fight is awesome but I’m not going to ruin it by telling you who wins.

This episode is distasteful, offensive and violent: e.g. “Like the victims of breast cancer, there’s something I’d like to get off my chest,” Cartman says. Good old pointless South Park episodes. Enjoy!

What did you think about this episode? Did you like it better than the last new episode, “The Chinese Problem”?

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In South Park Episode 708, “South Park is Gay,” We Meet the Terrible Crab People

Great episode and particularly hilarious when we learn that the Queer Eye guys are actually Crab People who are trying to make men weak so that they can finally rise up from beneath the earth and take over.

All the men in South Park catch on to the fad of Queer Eye and metrosexualism and start caring about their fashion, hygiene and appearances. Kyle is the only one who just isn’t into this and wants to be himself; the other boys beat him up for not being metrosexual, though when he comes home from school Mrs. Broflovski’s first assumption is that he got beaten up for being Jewish.

Here are two of the episode’s great quotes about fads:

“Sometimes boys take cultural fads too far.” – Sheila Broflovski

“Well then don’t buy into this fad, Kyle. Be who you are. Not what’s cool.” – Chef

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