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South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut - Dude, I'm Psychic... Sweet!
This seems a bit weird to me: When Cartman packs his rucksack (when hes in his bedroom, just before seeing Kennys ghost the first time), he puts in it a mirror and a rope. At this point they have not met (or even heard of) The Mole. When at the USO show, The Mole asks Cartman "Did you bring the mirror, and the rope....". Now how did Cartman know he would want those things before even meeting the guy?!
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Brendon on 07-20-2000
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ImRetarded writes:
Maybe it was Cartman's idea for the rope and mirrior and he told the mole about it and the Mole was just making sure we brought the items. Is it just me or is the earth round?
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Sara Jo writes:
They did meet The Mole previously. Gregory sent the boys to The Mole's house, and at the end of the scene where they all meet, The Mole tells the boys to meet him in the backyard. He could have told them what to bring to the USO show while in the backyard. Not a slipup, sorry.
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kilerflufycarot writes:
They actually explain how Kenny is magically alive again every episode. In the one where Kenny's trying to stop his parents from having a baby, after he dies Mrs. McCormick has the baby, and says something to the effect of "Let's name him Kenny and raise it exactly the same" and her husband says "How many times have we done this?" and she says "Fifty" or something. Not sure how Kenny gets to be 8 years old in the week between episodes, though.
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@ssKicker writes:
It's South Park. Most of every South Park show is never consistent with the previous shows or parts of the show. For example, how can it possibly be that Kenny is alive again for the next episode? It can't be reincarnation because he's eight years old in every show.
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