I think it might be someone a bit older, but isn't their school South Park elementary? So it can't be Scott Tenorman.
Maybe Cartman gets it wrong in thinking that there's an illicit affair when really something else is happening.
I don't want to make predictions because South Park is too unpredictable, we'll probably all just end up looking stupid.
If its to the same standard as the rest of the season 10 then it should be a fantastic episode anyway.
Though, they didn't get the hair near high enough.
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I think it may be Leeroy, the new kid. But, I agree that there will be no molestation. Kyle will probably misinterpret some teatcher talking to a kid, like, inside the classroom, as an affair (you know, like in those annoying sitcoms from the 1970ies?), and will reluctantly ask for Cartman's help. Of course, Jimmy is no longer a virgin, so, who knows what they'll do now?
Rooster_Costume wrote:SPF4L#1 wrote:I didn't like The Return Of Chef that much and if we're going to have another episode based around molesting children, it better be funny.
You obviously didn't get the point of that episode.
Yes, I was living under a rock whilst the whole Isaac Hayes incident played out, so I had no idea what was being portrayed in the episode.
You may have noticed that, even though the episode wasn't aiming to handle the subject of child molestation, that was a major aspect of it. Yes, it was only intended to represent the wackiness of Scientology, but whichever way you look at it, the episode had many references to child molestation, even if they were just metaphors for something else.
Now this episode, presuming that child molestation is the central theme, will undoubtedly contain many references, only this time labouring that point directly rather than a more subtle one. The point I'm trying to make is that I think having two episodes in one season, where a key theme is child molestation, might be a bit much.
Good luck with no wars here, that has been happening for a very long time now. Pretty much anytime there is a controversial episode the thread turns into a huge battle.
I don't think it's Kenny. He's always been the most perverted about his sort of thing, but his comments have always been for fun. If a teacher or any older person offered to have ACTUAL sex with him, I don't think he'd go for it because he'd know it was the real thing and thats going too far.
But as a previous user said, Who on earth would give Cartman this sort of responsilbility. Perhaps the teacher herself gave Cartman the job knowing he'd do a terrible job and she would be the least suspect.
Please dont' let it be Butters :cry:
There was a preview?! D:
The commercial I saw last night was basically just a recap of the past two new episodes so far, and then the announcer saying to "tune in to an all new episode Wednesday at 10." When did they show this commerical? I have to see it!
Well, I'm glad you posted a screen cap though, kfgg. I had a feeling that the teacher was going to be a new character that we had never seen before.
You know what just occurred to me? I don't know if anyone's mentioned this previously, but what if this teacher's name is Miss Teacher? XD Like the title says, Miss Teacher bangs a boy...I dunno, it was just something I thought of.
I can't wait until tomorrow. ^^
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