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Desc:To the tune of 'I've Got Something in My Front Pocket for You'
Category:Classic TV Clips, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:South Park, Butters, the moans of the dying, tapdancing
Submitted:Rafiki
Date:09/01/08
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Comment count is 17
Lauritz Melchior
Butters made this episode for me.
TimbolinoBilchard
Yeah, beyond Butters that episode was ass.

mr666
Butters make everything better.

FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown
Man, I talk some shit about South Park sometimes, but I have to admit I love it when it's just having fun with the characters and not trying to be a ridiculously earnest PSA for Libertarianism.
Camonk
Yeah when they play to their core strengths--swearing and over-the-top violence--the show is actually watchable. Of course, it's been utterly supplanted by Aqua Teen, Sealab 2021, and especially Metalocalypse but there you go.

mr666
The most important difference between Sealab and South Park, though, is that while they both have bad animation South Park is funny.

Xenocide
Early Sealab was hilarious due to the presence of Harry Goz in the cast. After he died, the show became worthless.

Frank Rizzo
Leopold!!!!!
HarrietTubmanPI
Five stars for this comment alone.

dead_cat
This was the only part of Ghost Ship that didn't suck!
theSnake
Quick, set the time machine for the last time South Park was good: Nevuary 32nd, 19-Theta-five
Camonk
Bulbed.

Xenocide
So, did he win?
chumbucket
oh that Butters!
Rodents of Unusual Size
oh the horrors...the blood will never wash out of that outfit
KnowFuture
This and Terrence & Philip singing that "chicken and lamb" song in their first TV appearance in the early 60s constitute two of my favorite musical things from South Park.
oogaBooga
Aw, hamburgers.
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