South Park- Spontaneous Combustion (S3E2)  » TV  »
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  • The only thing I don't like about this episode is that the issue of Stan's Dad's erection never really gets solved, which I think is annoying

    • by Chris in Paris
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      In this season 3 episode of South Park, Kenny spontaneously combusts. When it starts to happen to others, the town goes into a panic and appoints Stan’s dad, Randy Marsh, to find out why. Meanwhile the boys have overheard that Kyle’s dad can’t have an erection so they set out to try and find him one. When

      the town priest asks then to preform the resurrection scene for Easter they think they have found their erection.

      Randy find out that the reason for spontaneous combustion was that people were holding in their farts, but then the town begins to overheat due to the hole in the ozone that was made from all the excess ...


      • farts. Meanwhile, the boys do the resurrection show, but then put Cartmen up on a cross and forget about him when the get swept up in the global warming scare.

        I really like this episode, especially when Mr. Garison says betrays Randy like Judas while he is being stoned by the angry townspeople. The only thing I

        don’t like about this episode is that the issue of Stan’s Dad’s erection never really gets solved, which I think is annoying. I really don’t like it when the story line hangs at the end.

        But I still give this episode a high rating for lines like, “It’s f*cking hot, thanks to Randy Marsh, son of a bitch”




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