- 1 Story
- 2 Memorable Quotes
- 3 Characters
- 4 Character Debuts
- 5 Locations
- 6 Behind The Scenes
- 7 Pop Culture References
- 8 Bonus Factoids
- 9 Season 17
Religious leaders descend upon South Park to witness a Biblical prophecy that has been fulfilled. Cartman and Kyle are the only two at odds as the world embarks upon a thousand years of peace and harmony.
- "You were right, Kyle. A ginger cow. I shall never question your keen intellect again." (Eric Cartman)
- "I'm pretty sure that this cow could make ginger cheese…" (Eric Cartman)
- "You're a fat skank, mom and... And your tits belong in a morgue." (Kyle Broflovski)
- "I love having Cartman's farts in my tummy. I love it." (Kyle Broflovski)
- "OH MY HOLY SHMEAR!!!" (Hasidic Jew)
- "EPIIIIIC!!!!" (Muslim)
- "Kyle don't do this. Don't eat Cartman's farts in front of the whole world." (Stan Marsh)
- "Dick. That's a dick talking. You've had too much of Cartman's farts, you got sulfur poisoning & now you're a dick." (Stan Marsh)
- "Could I please have one of your piping hot farts in my mouth?" (Kyle Broflovski)
"I'M NOT A DICK, I'M LIKE GHANDI.".
"Hey, how about we get a little dessert to help cheer you up?"
"YUMMY YUMMY YUMMY, can I PLEASE have Cartman's farts in my tummy?"
This is Davin Milner's debut episode. For each new character, the Art Department creates front, back, and sideviews.
The Airport Hilton was also used for Coonicon '09, the Ginger Pride Rally & Cartman's AIDS benefit
Behind The Scenes
- The Farsi, Swahili, and Japanese voices aren't Matt or Trey -- all these languages voiced in the show were performed by native speakers who came into our studio to record.
- David Lee Roth stopped by the South Park offices the week before this episode. We got inspired.
- From Matt and Trey: “In the Writer's Room, we talked about the Biblical story of Job and compared it to Kyle having to endure Cartman's farts."
- Where Did The Idea Come From? Matt read a book about the history of the Temple Mount. It explained that some Jews believe a Red Heifer plays a role in the second coming.
- The "Red Heifer" is not only a real part of the Hebrew Bible, it also appears in the Christian and Islamic faiths.
Character Art: Kyle Sick in Bed
Check out this behind-the-scenes art of Kyle sick in bed. You can see various stages of production here — from storyboard to character design to animation…
Final Script Cover
After production finishes, we get a final script with the official curse count on it.
Character Art: Mr. Garrison
You may notice Garrison appears frequently in our character Corels. He's there for size reference.
Character Art: Kyle
Although the boys all shaved their heads for Blanetology in "Super Best Friends", Kyle got an updated look this episode…
Ancient Prophecy Drawing
Check out this killer drawing of the "ancient prophecy" done by our art department…
Check out the storyboard from this infamous scene of Kyle eating farts…
Check out the script for this epic scene…
Pop Culture References
- This episode features a couple classic Van Halen songs — during the big Van Halen reveal, they played the "Ain't Talking About Love”. And later, they play “Hot For Teacher”.
- Kyle's "Yummy Yummy" ringtone is reminiscent of the Goth Kid's "DEATH AND DESPAIR" ringtone from “Goth Kids 3: Dawn of the Posers”.
- Cows have been a part of South Park since the pilot episode, where Visitors turned them inside out. Also, the school's mascot is the "Cows".
Easter Egg: If you look closely in the Season 17 intro, you can catch Bradley and the Gay Camp counselor from "Cartman Sucks" fishing on the bridge.
We see a News Reporter covering the story in Israel throughout this episode. Lots of other news anchors have been parodied in South Park...the least successful being Cartman's "Tom Brokaw" from Season 3's "Starvin' Marvin in Space".
Kyle gets a visit from God in this episode (when he's in his bedroom, sick off of farts). We first met God in the Season 3 episode "Are You There, God? It's Me, Jesus".