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The boys have reason to think that girls can see into the future. They decide that one of them must pretend to be a girl so they can obtain access to the girls' secret information. All they have to do is fake Butters' death, and then re-introduce him to the class as "the new girl." Unfortunately, Mr. and Mrs. Stotch believe their son is really dead.
Ms. Garrison: (To Butters, who is dressed as a girl) Why don't you tell the children a little about yourself, Marjorine?
Butters: Well, I'm just a typical little girl. I like dancin', an' and ponies, a-a-and (squeezes his eyes shut) getting my snootch pounded on Friday night.
Ms. Garrison: Now Marjorine, that's not very ladylike. Us Colorado girls love to get pounded in the snootch just like any woman, but we keep it to ourselves.
Butters: I can't go into a girls' slumber party! What if they find out I ain't a girl?
Clyde: You're gonna be fine.
Cartman: Now Butters, we don't know exactly what it is that girls do at their slumber parties. But if they all start, you know, lezzing out, just roll with it.
Ms. Garrison: And so I'd like you to help me welcome a new student who has just moved here from Dallas. Children, please say hello to... Marjorine. (Butters is dressed as a girl, in dress and wig)
"Marjorine" is an obvious misspelling of the word "margarine." It's an amusing play on Butters' name, since margarine is a butter substitute.
Kevin: You mean like that movie, Juwanna Mann?
Juwanna Mann (2002) was a comedy film directed by Jesse Vaughan.
I know you're thinkin' of puttin' him up there... the Indian Burial Ground up that road. You're thinking if you bury his body there, he will come back alive. Sometimes, dead is better.
This is reminiscent of a statement from the 1989 Stephen King
film, Pet Sematary