spamspamspamsoam wrote:(1) cartman is so stupid he doesn't know how to spell the word (hence it's not a blooper).
I do still think that it's a bit strange that none of the other characters (especially kyle, who is a good speller and had motive to respond) called cartman out on his mistake. I guess you could say that such a remark/retort wouldn't really fit with the comedic flow of the situation (something I would agree with), nevertheless it seemed a bit awkward the error was just passed over without recognition.
spamspamspamsoam wrote:I do still think that it's a bit strange that none of the other characters (especially kyle, who is a good speller and had motive to respond) called cartman out on his mistake.
Well why bother wasting breath on correcting a gramatical error, when there's so many more glaring things wrong with his statement?
"I have only two modes, at war with something, or having sex with it. There is no middle ground"
"There are these things called jokes...", for sure! I laughed. It's still fun to think about anyway, especially if it strikes you as odd, as it did me (hence enhancing overall enjoyment of the screening). but yeah, your general point 'just laugh, don't take it so seriously and analyze it to pieces' is well taken
All three words, two with a "j" and one with a "g" all have the SAME soft sound as if their first letter is also the same - but it's not.
jew, ginger, Jersey all sound alike for the first letter, even though they are different letters of the alphabet. imo that's why Trey wrote it that way.
Mr. Garrison: Eric! Did you just use the 'F' word?!
When they are having their first pirate meeting. Which means he knows it starts with a G. so That's an error he stated that it started with a J in this episode.
cartmans just stupid
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