Kyle the Skeptic wrote:I explained it already. The fact of the matter is that nobody in South Park ever ages. It might be something in the water. They might not look it, but Matt and Trey are actually in their late seventies.
Hahah, that was a good one. But maybe, for the final episode, they could show them in their 20's or 30's.
At the most, they would go to the fifth grade. And even that's highly unlikely. Though some consistency is maintained, the show is set on a sliding timescale. Some time may pass, but we'll never really know HOW much.
If they were to do a high school episode (heh), it'd more likely be a spoof of all those sudden time-jumps in a few shows. It wouldn't be SERIOUS.
And I could just imagine IF they did go to fifth grade..they wouldn't physically age at all. They didn't change size when they went to fourth, they wouldn't there. There'd probably even be a gag about it. They're already pretty short as it is
And Mr..wait, MS.Garrison would still be their teacher somehow. Because even though some things change, others wouldn't. Gotta love them cartoons
But still, I'd like to know what the boys (except Cartman, because we know what he'd look like already) would truly look like as adults.
1. Most of the jokes are driven by innocence. IE. It's funny that the boys don't know why they suddenly like Bebe when she grows boobs
2. One of them said they hated fifth grade.
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Peanuts' characters didn't grow into adults. Same for Baby Blues, at least recently (I wonder how many of you guys read that crap lol), so I don't think there's a difference in South Park.
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