espescially when stan decides to go visit kenny and find the bed empty and the teddy bear on the floor, and then kyle comes in and tells him his "last" words.
The little piano soundtrack in the background is beautiful and I want the music from it! (I'm serious, you guys, i want it)
Cartman singing heat of the moment= ;_; Seriously I've watched this episode probably 100 times (actually, i'm not even joking) and I tear up almost every single time. And say what you will, I think cartman was genuinely upset, which was heartbreaking to watch. He pulled a cartmany move when he found out he could make his own shakeys. But I dont think that was his original intention.
And what cartman said to kenny about them being best friends...so sad. And now i'm thinking about this episode, so I'm gonna watch it.
I support CartmanxStan
Cartman, Stan, Kenny, Butters, Clyde and Bebe are my favs.
Starfighter005 wrote:No.That can't be how it ends. That must have been the most saddest south park ever
I know, dude *hugs*
Just a curious question: are you a new fan? did you just become addicted to the wondrous thing known as south park? Your comment leads me to believe as such. I skipped around on eps when i first started, but i sort of wish i went in order. well, i did eventually... If so, welcome! i've only been a fan for a year, so i guess i'm still new. Though i'm obsessed, hah.
Back on topic, I think it is the general consensous that this episode is the most sad of them all. LKDSj;l I'm commenting on this a lot because this is in my top episodes. Interestingly enough, I can get some serious homework done to this episode, but when i pay attention to it, It makes me cry...
I bought the 5th season just to see this episode. Which is what got me extremely addicted to the highly-addictive substance, South Park.
M. Night Shyamalan!!!!
AxayPaulene wrote:Don't we all?Niels0827 wrote:But he (RideTheLightning)wanted Kensuke's hot man chowder.
TheyKilledKenny115 wrote:Why do they cry now about Kenny dying? Hes died like a million times before
Because they forgot about all the other times. It's elaborated on in the Coon and Friends trilogy.
Also, I love this episode. It was one of the first ones I saw, and even though it's a very sad episode, it had some great funny moments, like Cartman singing "Heat of the Moment".
I call this arrangement Kenny's Theme: http://www.noteflight.com/scores/view/2b868972dfd47476456501a654a595251a57edf4
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