Uncle Jimbo: You see boys, the democrats have passed a lot of laws trying to stop us from hunting.
Cartman: Democrats piss me off!
Stan: Yeah, my Uncle Jimbo says we gotta get up there early. Right Uncle Jimbo?
Jimbo: That's right, Stanley. Animals are much easier to shoot in the morning.
Mrs. Cartman: Be sure to use lots of bug spray, and if you have to poo-poo, don't wipe with poison ivy. (Stan, Kyle, and Kenny laugh)
Cartman: Dude, that's sick mom.
Mrs. Cartman: And I know it can get scary up in those woods, but just remember, mommy's not far away. (the boys laugh again)
Cartman: (to Jimbo) Drive, drive!
Mrs. Cartman: You give your mommy a kissy.
Cartman: Drive the car damn it, drive!
Jimbo: Well, here we are. Okay, each of you young ones take a gun, a beer and some smokes.
Stan: Cartman always makes stuff up, Ned. You can't believe anything he says.
Cartman: Hey, I'll blow your frigging head off.
Jimbo: Hey, look out son, that's dangerous. You're gonna spill your beer.
Ned says he's out of ammo when he's about to shoot Scuzzlebutt, but later, the gun drops and it shoots Kenny.
Cartman said that Scuzzlebutt's left hand was celery but later in the episode, it is his right hand.
Stan's arms are missing when Cartman is about to tell the tale of Scuzzlebutt.
Scuzzlebutt appears on the wrong side of the trench after saving everyone.
Nothing happens to the snow when the hot lava touches it.
Yeah, and he walks with a limp. Because one of his legs is missing. And where his leg should be, there's nothing but…Patrick Duffy.
is an actor best known for his role as Bobby Ewing on the drama, Dallas
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