South Park

Child Abduction is Not Funny

Season 6, Ep 12, Aired 7/24/02
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  • Episode Description
  • After a kidnapper attempts to abduct Tweek, a series of breaking news events related to child abductions begins to worry the town's parents. This eventually brings them to the conclusion that they must barricade themselves behind a great wall to protect their children. Fortunately for them, a local City Wok owner has just the skills the townsfolk are looking for.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Trey Parker

    Voice of Stan Marsh; Eric Theodore Cartman; Herbert Garrison; Officer Barbrady; Terrance; Timmy; Ned Gerblanski; Satan; Randy Ma

  • Matt Stone

    Voice of Kyle Broflovski; Kenny McKormick; Gerald Broflovski; Pip Pirrup; Jesus; Jimbo Kearn; Phillip; Saddam; Various Others

  • Isaac Hayes

    Voice of Jerome "Chef" McElroy

  • Eliza Schneider

    Voice of Mayor McDaniels; Liane Cartman; Mrs. McKormick; Wendy Testaburger; Shelly Marsh; Sharon Marsh; Various Others

  • Mona Marshall

    Voice of Sheila Broflovski; Linda Stotch; Various Others

  • Fan Reviews (11)
  • You guys want logic? Really?

    By adarascarlet, Sep 28, 2013

  • 90th Episode

    By jimbo_001, Jul 13, 2006

  • the person how owns city wok has to build the wall around south park and hes chines lol to keep out chilled maltsters

    By TvKungfuArt, Sep 22, 2008

  • Sray ello to mry rittle riend Mongrolians!

    By Darth-Revan45, Dec 08, 2006

  • The parents overreact to a news report about child abduction. The Mongolians come in response to the city wall.

    By porky19, Oct 01, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (17)

    • Townsfolk: Rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble... Mayor McDaniels: People, people, calm down. Randy: Well what are we gonna do, Mayor?! We have to stop these abductors from being able to get into our town! Townsfolk: Rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble... Mayor McDaniels: Yes, but standing out here yelling "Rabble rabble rabble" isn't going to help anything. Jimbo: Well we don't know what else to do, Mayor! Townsfolk: Rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble. Mayor McDaniels: People, what do you think we need to do? Gerald: Uh, well, we need to find a way to close our town off from unwanted strangers! Sheila: Yes, we need a barrier to protect our kids. Townsfolk: Rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble... Randy: Wait, that's it. A wall. We could build a huge city wall all around South Park so that we have complete control over who comes in. Richard: That's... not a bad idea, a city wall. Sheila: But who can we get to build it?

    • Tuong-Lu Kim: (finishes rebuilding of the wall) Rokay. Finarry! (Hears the Mongolians destroying the wall. He uses his "Mongolian Spotter" to find the Mongolians, and spots them.) Oh no. It's those god-damn Mongorian again! (runs across to the other side of the wall.) top! Stop right there, Mongorians! God-damnit, stop! Stop breaking down my shitty wrall, you stupid Mongorians! (arrives at the place with the Mongolians.) Ay, you sons of bitches, you- (sees that there are twigs covered in clothes, and a tape recording of the Mongolian's noises.) What the hell? Oh Shit! (sees the real Mongolians on the other side of the wall, knocking the wall down.) OH, GOD-DAMNED MONGORIANS!! (runs across the other side of the wall) I'm gonna get you, f(beep)kin' Mongorians! Don't break down my city wrall! (Mongolians break down the wall, and then they leave) OH, GOD-DAMNIT!! That's the rast time you're gonna break down my shitty wrall! You hear me, Mongorians?! (starts rebuilding) God-damned Mongorians.

    • Tuong-Lu Kim: (finishes building something) Eh. Eh, eh, there we go. All finished. (pulls out a bazooka that reads "MONGOLIAN ERADICATOR.") My Mongorian Missile Defense system! Those Mongorians try to break down my shitty wrall again, they gonna get a big heat-seeking missile surprise! (puts down his missile, then the Mongolians arrive.) Oh! Herro Mongorians! Yeah! You come to break down my shitty wrall? (Mongolian holds out a baseball) Oh, you gonna frow that basebarr at my wall?! Oh no! Not a basebarr! I'm pwetty scared! Oh you know what? I might have something here that's a wittle bigger than a baseball! (takes out his Mongolian Missle Defense System) Say herro to my rittle friend! (launches rocket. Mongolian then pours gas on the baseball, and thens lights it. He throws the baseball at the missle, so the missle backfires.) Oh, crap.

    • Tuong-Lu Kim: Godamnit! How come everytime us Chinee put up a wall, and stupid Mongrolians come and knock it down?!

    • Tuong-Lu Kim: I don't build wall! I just onry operrate the shitty wok! Gerald: We just think you're the best person to put up a wall. We're sure you've got it in your blood. Tuong-Lu Kim: Ooooh! I get it! Just becaurse I'm Chinee, you think I buirld a wall! That's bullshit! I'm not sterotype, ok?! Just becaurse I Chinee doesn't mean I go around buirlding wall! I'm just a nomal person like all of you! I ereat rice and drive a rearry srowry, just rike the rest of you! I'm not a sterotype!

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    Notes (1)

    • This episode first aired on the same day that Elizabeth Smart (who was missing for about a year and a half) was found alive and well outside Salt Lake City

    Trivia (3)

    • The mayor states that the Chinese built a wall that kept Mongolians out for centuries. This is not true; the Great Wall would have been far too large a structure on which to post and supply guards. The Great Wall didn't keep people out; it kept things in. Raiders could scale the wall, enter China, and plunder. However, porting all of that loot to the other side of the wall would be a considerable effort and take enough time that whatever served as law enforcement in the area could probably catch up with the raiders. Response: What you said is wrong; the Great Wall of China was actually built to protect the various dynasties from raids from the neighboring tribes. The structure may have been too big to post and supply guards but that's why they had stations where there were guards to start a fire to alert soldiers if an invasion ever occurred. You also contradicted yourself, if scaling the wall from the outside was easy, then scaling the wall from the inside would be no different.

    • We actually see Wendy in this episode, right after her breast enhancement, but she's obviously hidden due to the fact that her boobs would be huge (or not). Similar to the Butter's losing his eye, you really just want to see if the repercussions exist, of if it moves along in its diregarding SP plotline.

    • After the City Wok Guy's wall gettin blown up for the 2nd time, the kids and the Mongolians started laughing but if you listen carefully and you'll notice that the sound of the kids laughing was actually from Bebe Boob's Destroy Society.

    Allusions (7)

    • Men In Black 2: The movie the boys go to see is the 2002 Will Smith film, Men in Black 2. Stan & Kyle comment on it as well: Stan: I hope this movie doesn't suck ass. Kyle: It will.

    • The Ghost of Human Kindness: Is a parody of the Ghost of Christmas Present from Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol". He's even dressed like the ghost in the many different film and movie adaptations.

    • Mongolian Trojan Horse: Alludes to the Trojan Horse that the Greeks used to invade Troy. The Greeks built a giant horse statue and hid inside. Once the Trojans brought the horse inside the city gates, the Greeks exited the horse and pillaged the city. Only in this episode, the Mongolians anticipated that Mr. Kim would know that the horse was a trap and filled it with Sweet 'n Sour Pork. When he opened the horse, he was covered in sticky sauce that hardened and encased him in it.

    • Ronald Reagan: Mayor: Mr. Lu Kim, tear down this wall! This is most likely a reference to President Reagan's famous line "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall" about the Berlin Wall.

    • Scarface: City Wok Guy: Say hello to my little friend... Right before he pulls out his "Mongolian Missile Defense System" he says this line, just like Al Pacino does in the last scene of his GREAT 1984 film Scarface.

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