Episode #20 South Park “Cartman Gets an Anal Probe”

South Park pilot “Cartman Gets an Anal Probe”

Join Drew, Mo, and Jimbo of the Pilots and Petards Podcast as they investigate the pilot episodes of South Park to see if Cartman’s anal probe is going to be hoisted or not hoisted, that is the question. Click here for more info about the podcast.

Cheat Sheet:

  • Petard = bomb
  • Hoist a pilot = bad episode
  • Not hoist a pilot = good episode

Pending show notes.



4 thoughts on “Episode #20 South Park “Cartman Gets an Anal Probe”

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  1. South Park has come a long way. That is, this pilot is shit. The animation hurts my eyes with the weird shadow effect. The story is juvenile, there is no satire, and I’m not sure there is a coherent plot, just a bunch of body humor. I’m glad I was 14 when this show came out otherwise i would have never watched it

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  2. Jimmy Christ. Any resemblance to reality is purely coincidental. Mature audiences advised. says:

    Like I said, “you can’t judge a tv series by its pilot.” For a shitty pilot, South Park going on its 21 season. I always liked Cartmen, Stan and Randy Marsh (Randy Marsh always reminded me of Wilbur, he likes to smell his own farts, he is very proud of the turds that he doesn’t flush down the toilet. Ask Jimbostank if it is true). Kyle, Butters, Craig, and Token. I never liked Kenny, though he probably knew more about girls than any of the other guys, but the best part of the show, was at the end of the show where Stan would always tell Kyle “I learned something today”. Lots of things you can learn about life by watching South Park.


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