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Stan would try to prove to his parents what kind of person Cartman really is, but Randy and Sharon wouldn't believe him. They would probably say : "Now you watch you mouth Stanley! Cartman is a nice boy, and if you say anything bad about him again, you can just go to your room!" or something similar.
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ShaneHaughey wrote:Mr. Hat_DX27 wrote:I’d really hate to rain on your parade, but wasn’t this army officially discontinued and archived?
If that's true, then this will be deleted and the other one put back up. Until then, the members of the Society can speak here.
This thread was accidentally Archived due to inactivity. This of all armies has obeyed the rules and been the most mature of all of them to most people's suprise
If it goes well, the old thread might be un archived and merged with this one. But still, all of the STRICT monitoring will be on these threads.
oh and about the cartman and stan brothers thing. I bet Cartman would kill Grandpa. From Cat Orgy Cartman and Shelly have a little bond together so I think they might join forces to try and ruin Stan's life.
and I've enjoyed season nine 1/2 because it had a lot of Stan featured eps
Trapped in the Closet
SAC Leader: You mean like a chocolate candy?
Darth Chef: No, I mean my balls!!
[quote="Vexille":753e6]Stan has had some starring roles recently. However they have featured some uneviable situations. Personally, I've always thought that bad publicity is better than no publicity. Not to mention the that Stan has, in the past, shown an uncanny ability to thrive under pressure. So what does anyone else think Stan's time in season 9/2?[/quote:753e6]
The first half of season 9 left me disappointed with the lack of decent roles for Stan. But the second half made up for that.He had starring roles in episode 908,912, 914 and also a pretty big role 910. Episode 912 and 914 were a bit disappointing, but that wasn't because of Stan.
I didn't notice anything that was out-of-character, which of course is a huge +.
Instead we saw that:
- Stan still is an animal lover. ("Oh god, I hope I didn't hurt any beavers")
- Stan and Kyle remain best friends (some episodes in season 8 made me doubt this)
- Stan stays down to earth when other people think he's special. (episode 912)
- Stan knows more about "disciprine" than his father.
I found this season mediocre compared to the previous seasons, but for Stan it has been a great season.
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