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South Park: Follow That Egg

The children in Ms. Garrison's class are paired up to practice their parenting skills by taking care of eggs. Ms. Garrison realizes she still has feelings for Mr. Slave, who plans to marry Big Gay Al as soon as the Governor signs the same-sex marriage bill. Ms. Garrison, broken-hearted, tries to stop the gay-marriage bill from passing.


Episode Info


Episode number: 9x10
Production Number: 910
Airdate: Wednesday November 02nd, 2005



  • Currently 9.3/10
9.3/10 (8 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
Jennifer HowellJennifer Howell
voiced Bebe
Recurring
Jessie ThomasJessie Thomas
voiced Unknown
Recurring
Jonathan KimmelJonathan Kimmel
voiced Unknown
Recurring
Main Cast
Trey Parker (2)Trey Parker (2)
voiced Stan Marsh, Eric Theodore Cartman, Herbert Garrison, Officer Barbrady, Terrance, Timmy, Ned Gerblanski, Satan, Randy Marsh,& Various
Matt StoneMatt Stone
voiced Kyle Broflovski, Kenny McKormick, Gerald Broflovski, Pip Pirrup, Jesus, Jimbo Kearn, Phillip, Saddam & Various
April StewartApril Stewart
voiced Liane Cartman, Wendy Testaburger, Shelly Marsh, Sharon Marsh & Various
Episode Quotes
Ms. Garrison: Two boys can't possibly take care of an egg!
Kyle: Dude, it's totally fine.
Ms. Garrison: It isn't fine! It has two daddies! You call that fine?! It may be fine on the outside, but inside it's confused and embarrassed! Look at the freak egg! It has two daddies! (Taunts the egg) Two daaaddies! Two daaaddies! Come on, class, let's rip on the freak egg!

Ms. Garrison: These homosexuals think they can just step all over our traditions! Well I say, marriage is a holy sacrament between a man and a woman!
Woman: Who is that lady?
Man: I don't know, but she is pissed!



Episode Goofs
While assigning partners to the class, Mrs. Garrison calls Craig's name twice. His two partners are Millie and Red, but later in the episode Millie is shown partnered with Clyde.



Cultural References
Stan: (apologizing) As a matter of fact, I think it is the nicest hat I have ever known.

This is a reference to Star Trek: First Contact (1996), in which Captain Picard apologizes to Mr. Worf and says to him, "In fact, I think you're the bravest man I have ever known."



Other Episode Crew

CreatorTrey Parker (2)  |  Matt Stone
 
Warning: South Park season 9 episode 10 guide may contain spoilers
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