When Mr. Garrison died, his shirt was off, but when Kenny made the wish and everyone came back to life in the end the end, Garrison had his shirt on.
Anyone else have anymore bloopers they saw in the movie?
In the song "It's Easy, Mmmkay", Mr. Mackey tells the children "With bitch drop the t 'cause 'bich' is Latin for generosity". Actually, there's no such word as 'bich' in the Latin language (the most common translation of generosity is 'magnanimitas').
When Brian Boitano is shown skating, the judges give him a score based on a scale of 10. Figure skating uses a scale of 6.
During the music number for "Le Resistance" the boy in the blue and yellow hat disappears and reappears.
When Terrance and Phillip are strapped in the electric chairs, Terrance is on the left. When the Mole is trying to rescue them Terrance is now on the right.
The night of the La Resistance meeting, before Kenny appears as a ghost, Cartman can be seen loading a mirror and a rope into his backpack. These are items that The Mole requested they bring for the rescue operation. Only at this point in the movie, they hadn't met The Mole yet.
When the boys are dancing on their chairs in the theater, the chair to the left is empty, but in previous shots, Ike was sitting there.
When the kids walk away from the movie theater, and they start to sing "Uncle f*cker", Stan moves to the back of the line, then in the next shot he's in the front.
When we first see the boys in the movies, Stan has a green drink in his left hand. Then in a close-up the drink isn't there, then in the following wide shot, it's back again.
When Shelia is singing inside the house, she is looking out the window and there are no curtains, yet in the next shot indoors there are curtains hanging in the window.
When Kyle is searching for "clitoris" on the computer, the mouse and mouse-mat next to the keyboard disappears and reappears continually.
The stage and the MAC group is next to Tom's Rhinoplasty, but it keeps appearing and disappearing during the "What Would Brian Boytano Do" song.
When Kenny is brought into the hospital, there is a schedule on the wall next to the door (Dr. No is scheduled to 'Kill Bond'). When Kyle is worried that their mums will find out that they went to the movie, the Doctor column has vanished from the chart. A little later, the columns are reversed.
When the switch is thrown to electrocute Terrence and Phillip, it's pulled downwards. A few shots later, we see Cartman jump in to save T and P by turning the switch off. He also pulls the switch downwards instead of upwards.
When we first see Chef saying "Hello Children," we see two kids wearing their regular school clothes, then in the next shot, we see those same two kids in their Terrance and Phillip outfits.
When War is declared on TV, Cartman says "Dude, this is f*cking weak." His V-Chip doesn't go off.
At the end of the movie Satan takes Mr. Hat with him down to hell, but later when the characters of South Park are singing you can see Mr. Garrison with Mr. Hat.
In the German dubbed version, when the boys are searching on the Internet and they find Cartman's mom doing some sick stuff, the nationality of the video from German to English.
when Stan meets his mother at work in Tom's Rhinoplasty, several of the patients there are shown to have abnormally large noses. In the film, they wear bandages over their noses.
The doctor who tries to resuscitate Kenny is named "Dr. Gouache".
On the Emergency Room's Doctor-Schedule Sign, Dr. Churnsky's duty is to "disembowel Kenny."
In The Guinness Book Of World Records 2002 this film was said to have the most profanity used in an animated film. It contained a total of 399 swear words (the word "f*ck" was used 146 times). 199 offensive gestures and also contained 221 acts of violence.
The heart/baked potato mix-up may be a reference to Alferd Packer: The Musical (1996), written and directed by Trey Parker. In the song "It's a Shpadoinkle Day," some of the lyrics are: "My heart's as full as a baked potato."
When the boys first enter Cartman's house in the opening sequence, there is a picture on the end table of animation director Eric Stough s sister, Diana.
There is a poster at the cinema advertising the movie "Mecha Streisand Takes New York".
Stan's family (parents Randy and Sharon, sister Shelley) are named after Trey Parker's family. Kyle's parents, Gerald and Sheila, are named after Matt Stone's parents.
The piano that accompanies Big Gay Al's "I'm Super" song is a "Felcher and Sons".
According to a pie chart, the entire Canadian economy is based on Terrance and Philip, the snow ball machine, the tourist industry, the log industry, the porn industry, the "Dion Fish" industry, and filming "The X Files" (1993).
It's a widely reported myth that the original title of the film was "South Park: All Hell Breaks Loose" and the MPAA forced Trey Parker and Matt Stone to change the title, stating that all movie titles must be G-rated (despite the fact that there are many movies with the word "hell" in them - Hellraiser (1987), Hellfighters (1968), From Hell (2001), etc.). The story comes directly from Parker and Stone who claim that they submitted the film with the original title and were forced to change it. Richard Taylor, a spokesman for the MPAA, denies that any film was ever submitted with that title and that the MPAA did not reject the use of the word "hell" in the title.
When Sheila Broflofski holds up the newspaper article about Terrance and Phillip being on the Conan O'Brien show, there are other headlines, including "It's Raining Frogs!", "Christians Agree: Guns Are Nifty", and "Poop Ruled Edible".
Was banned in Iraq, for its depiction of Saddam Hussein as a homosexual involved with the devil.
The song "What Would Brian Boitano Do?" is a reference to the original Christmas Card "The Spirit of Christmas" which was the inspiration for the "South Park" (1997) series. In the short, Stan asks Cartman, "What would Brian Boitano do?" when Jesus is fighting Santa.
As the doctors are leaving the ER after Kenny has just died, they whistle the opening song, "Mountain Town".
The ending of the song "Uncle F*cka" (sung by Terrence and Philip in the movie-within-a-movie) makes reference to the famous title song from "Oklahoma!" in which they spell out Oklahoma in the same way that T and P spell out "Uncle F*cka!"
When the boys are watching the video of Cartman's mom on the internet, the button that would normally say "stop" on an Internet Explorer toolbar has been replaced with an obscene drawing and labeled "Sphincter".
The censored version of "Asses Of Fire" is only 1 minute long.
During the "La Resistance" scene, the map of the camp that's holding Terrance and Phillip is the same used for the hospital in the episode "Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Slut (2)"
When the children are in rehab, a poster in the back of Mr. Mackey's room reads: "Get High!!! On Pottery", a quote from a high school teacher of Matt Stone's. Original quote: "Son, you need to know not to use pot as a natural high. Instead of getting high with pot, get high with pottery."
Paramount originally asked Trey Parker and Matt Stone if they could make a PG-13 rated film. They said no and would not agree to make a movie until the studio agreed that the final product would be rated R.
The portrait in Mr. Garrison's classroom is of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall.
The picture hanging above Satan's bed is of actor Skeet Ulrich.
The pianist in the song "Super" is modeled after Marc Shaiman the composer of the film.
As Stan passes through a TV shop singing "Mountain Town", TV screens show two scenes and the title of the second season episode "Not Without My Anus", which was entirely about Terrence and Phillip.
During the scene where South Park residents are burning everything Canadian, the soldiers in the background are named 'Wright' 'Floyd' and 'Mason', referencing drummer Nick Mason and keyboardist Richard Wright, both of the band Pink Floyd.
In the shot of the UN embassy the flags waving in front of the embassy have a gay pride flag and a pirate flag
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He may have just wanted an excuse to leave, but I just thought it was funny and it hadn't been mentioned.
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