BRMBug wrote:That's the only semi-intelligent thing I've heard you say yet.
I've said it before, but my hatred for the little wobble-bottom with sweaty tube-flaps is that of a thousand desert suns. And as great as my hatred is, I can't imagine what the show would be like without him.
Just a thousand desert suns? Man, my hatred is a billion supernovas that could implode into a black hole that would suck everything out of existence forever--yet that black hole would still be smaller that Fatass's anus.
As for imagining, there have been good eps where his bloated visage doesn't appear.
Çkstùññèr wrote:They should make him fatter like this
He's trying to glide like a flying squirrel with his arm fat!
Edduyasha wrote:S-O-U-T-H-P-A-R-K wrote:Cartman's Top Enemy wrote:He's lazy, whiny, spoiled, vain, bullying, racist, vengeful, sexist, wimpy, stupid, narcissistic, greedy, petty, cruel, and careless.
But this is a Kyle thread, so we should take this to the Fatass thread.
well before we take it to the cartman thread, of what you just say about cartman, that is what makes him funny
It makes Fatass funny but it doesn't make him likable.
I must admit that some of the South Park episodes have always had the same formula - Cartman has ridiculous offensive idea, tries going through with it and fails at the end. Take 'Up the Down Steroid' and 'Passion of the Jew' - two of South Park's very best. In these, Cartman does something purely out of greed and his own hatred but fails. However, there are times where he succeeds in an ironic way. Take 'The Snuke' where he immediately believes the new Muslim is responsible for a terrorist attack and is suspicious. His methods of interrogation are disgusting and such but he doesn't face his comeupeence - in fact, he ends up doing what he intended - getting rid of the Muslim. It's rather strange because Cartman is probably one of the most evil characters on the show yet gets away with alot of things because he's just a child.
Some people say that Stan, Kyle and Kenny should have more focus. True. And it has happened - Kenny's Death, Kyle's near misses with death and Stanley's Cup and these kind of episodes. Cartman isn't the focus for all of them but he is alot. And it's my view that it is because he is the most popular character on the show - he is the basis for all the ridiculous and funny ideas that Trey and Matt come up with. For example, Stan wouldn't say "I want to become retarded to win the Special Olympics" but Cartman would because his character has been built up as an angry fat racist bigoted character who is motivated by greed. It's through Cartman that the writers can do alot of their funny episodes - Cartman is the black mark in the four boys. They're normal but Eric is an evil bastard and so creates a chemistry that is downright hilarious - could South Park survive without Cartman? Yes but it wouldn't be the same. You need an evil in a story - take Scrubs. Would Scrubs be around without a Bob Kelso or a Dr Cox? Oh no. You need the sarcastic nasty guy because the good guy exchanges with that character and the show becomes funnier.
It's amazing on how Cartman went from being a fat loudmouth to being an evil bigoted prick and it's all based on that season five episode "Scott Tenorman Must Die". From then on, Cartman is smarter and more intense. He's the fat kid who would exterminate the Jews just because he hates them. When South Park started, alot of the merchandise was focused around Cartman and alot of the catchphrases were Cartman. It and still is the character that breaks boundaries and offends.
I just hope the 'Cartman has idea' scenario doesn't come back into future episodes. I'm so bored of it.
CartmansCuzzin wrote:Greatest character of all time, hands down!
Better than Hamlet? Better than Rocky Balboa? Better than every character ever created for any peice of literature since the dawn of writing, when man first smeared his sh*t on a cave wall to draw a wooly mammoth? Hey, maybe Fatass was the first character
CartmansCuzzin wrote:To be perfectly honest, the show would have ended a very long time ago without his presence. Even the most Cartman hating assh*le can admit that.
Oh, can we? Why, thank you for granting us permission
Even the most Fatass-loving pigf*cker can admit that Fatass would get on their nerves within five minutes of being in a room with him, if they can put up with the smell of ham and K-Y for that long. You're welcome in advance.
cartman is the cherry on the pie ...hes the essence of the show....
cartman is an evil litlle creature but he still has some good spirit inside him ..for example take episode "I'm a litlle bit cuntry"cartman had stupid ideas on how to get flashbacks for his history essay.(his stupidity makes him my favorite character and makes him so funny)So he wanted the flashbacks just because his lazy to study...On the other side of the episode there was a war between the People that wanted to reinforce the units in Iraq
and the other wanted them to come home..now if cartman was so horible we would have left the 2 sides to kill each other but instead he made peace and at the end the boys were amaised that cartman saved the day!
There is no South Park without Cartman.
He's one of the biggest parts of the show, and he stays awesome.
I have noticed that his voice has changed to a more mature voice over the seasons though, but I like the new voice better anyways.
Cartman has formed a bunch of quotes that made a lot of people including me really like SP. Like 'You stupid Jew!' (<-Even though that became overused lately), and 'I'm not fat, I'm big boned!'. Those are great parts of the show.
Nowadays, it seems like Cartman has become a lot smarter, (except in 'Cartman Sucks' ), and SP exploits that in a good way. So that's all I have to say about him, I hope they keep Cartman as good as always in the upcoming episodes, and keep him a minor character. But I don't doubt that.
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