South Park: The Cult of Cartman - Revelations [2 Discs] [DVD]


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    Overall Customer Rating:
    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (3 out of 3)

    Special Features

    • Exclusive new animation
    • Original life lessons introduced by Eric Cartman
    • Closed Captioned


    Season five of South Park shifts into high gear with the notorious episode "It Hits the Fan," in which you're invited to keep score as that word is repeated 162 times! The remaining 13 episodes include "Cripple Fight" (an intense turf battle between Timmy and Jimmy); "Super Best Friends" (Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and -- for a while -- Kenny follow the Word According to Magician David Blaine); "Scott Tenorman Must Die" (puberty has its price); "Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow" (the lives and times of Canada's favorite flatulents); "Cartmanland" (this time it may be Kyle, not Kenny, who dies -- and then again, maybe not); "Proper Condom Use" (a whole new meaning to the term "sex education"); "Towelie" (you can't handle the truth about the talking towel!); "Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants" (and Stevie Nicks may suffer because of it); "How to Eat With Your Butt" (the scourge of Tarsonic Polarity Syndrome); "The Entity" (See it! And die); "Here Comes the Neighborhood" (the new oppressed class has millions, do you hear?); the pivotal "Kenny Dies" (not "what again" but "finally" -- and can Cartman really be crying?); and "Butters' Very Own Episode" (those little white lies may save your life, so keep on lying!). ~ Hal Erickson

    Cast & Crew

    • Matt Stone - Kyle/Kenny
    • Trey Parker - Stan/Cartman/Mr. Garrison/Timmy
    • Mary Kay Bergman - Principal Victoria/Liane/Sharon/Sheila/Nurse Gollum
    • April Stewart - Sharon Marsh/Liane Cartman/Principal Victoria
    • Isaac Hayes - Chef

    Customer rating

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

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      The Cult of Cartman: Revelations. Very intrigued, I was. And while I am sure that this set is a spoof of the X-Files Revelations DVD set, I find this one particularily original and interesting. I will not bother to list the episodes in this set, since previous reviews include them already, though I will mention that some of these episodes are by far among the best South Park has to offer (Awesome-O, Super Fun Time, Eek A P**** and the two-parter Cartoon Wars). In addition to this, the box is designed to look like a book (Revelations, after all) and you get an Eric Theodore Cartman Society membership card (which expires in 2012, along with the rest of civilisations) and a nice sticker. And on top of that, each episode is introduced by a life lesson by Eric Cartman, which is very nice any funny ("Never take a joke too far, Hitler learned this one the hard way" would be an exemple of that). Obviously, these are not good enough reasons to buy this set if you already have the season sets, since the card and sticker are negligable and the Life lessons by Eric Cartman will make their way to youtube soon. But being someone who does not want to spend too much money on one show (given the fact that I watch a lot of shows), I am more than satisfied with what this set has to offer.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars



      I was in Best Buy, wanting to get some TV comedy and I was unsure as to what to get. I wound up deciding on this DVD set and I'm so glad I did. There are twelve episodes on here, and each of them is hilarious. I may have put on some different ones if I was the one picking them, but I think the producers did a good job nonetheless. I would recommend this to anyone who likes South Park, and especially anyone who likes Cartman!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

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      Scott tennorman must die should have been named Cartman's culinary cook book. Great episode to teach viewers how to get revenge in a very sinister way. Josh Fritz always said, if you cant beat em, eat em.

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