Voice of Stan Marsh; Eric Theodore Cartman; Herbert Garrison; Officer Barbrady; Terrance; Timmy; Ned Gerblanski; Satan; Randy Ma
Voice of Kyle Broflovski; Kenny McKormick; Gerald Broflovski; Pip Pirrup; Jesus; Jimbo Kearn; Phillip; Saddam; Various Others
Voice of Wendy Testaburger; Liane Cartman; Sheila Broflovski; Sharon Marsh; Mrs. McKormick; Mayor McDaniels; Ms. Crabtree; Princ
Voice of Jerome "Chef" McElroy
After the boys win the doll, Stan is seen holding two Phillip dolls. In the following scene, he has a Terrance doll and a Phillip doll.
Visitor Sighting: When Kyle tells Kenny to give him the food stamps, an alien pops out of the "Freaks" booth behind the boys. An alien is also seen through tinted glass driving Leonardo DiCaprio's limo at the very end.
In the scene where the cows are watching the cow clock, it strikes one but it already struck one after Jimbo removed the blanket covering it.
The fake Phillip dolls have black hair, but their hair should be blonde. Although considering they're fake, there's bound to be issues.
When the carny at the Toss-A-Ball game told Kyle he has to win 7 times to get the Terrance and Phillip dolls, he says "seven" but he holds up eight fingers.
At the near end of this episode, before Cartman appears to join Stan and Kyle while they are playing with their Terrance and Phillip dolls, Stan (holding the Terrance doll) says, "Say, Terrance, let's go look for treasure" and Kyle (holding the Phillip doll) says, "Okay, Phillip, let's go look for treasure." Stan should be holding the Phillip doll and Kyle should be holding Terrance for this scene to make sense.
The stallholder hands over 2 Philip dolls rather than a Terrance and a Philip. This suddenly fixes itself a couple of shots later.
The boys are told the line ride is 7 tickets, but are then later told it's 5 tickets.
Jimbo: What's all the ruckus over there?
Mayor: Sounds like somebody declared shenanigans.
Jimbo: Oh, hell, I have to run home and grab my broom!
Announcer: Wow, and this Vietnamese prostitute can really ride a bull! I guess she's had a lot of practice, if you know what I mean.
Stan: Dude I'm having second thoughts about this.
Kyle: What do you mean?
Stan: I'm starting to think that maybe it's wrong to put someone who thinks they're a Vietnamese prostitute onto a bull.
(After two contestants win on a game show)
Announcer: Tom and Mary, put on your cowboy hats because you're going to beautiful, South Park, Colorado!
Announcer: That's right, just in time for "Cow Days" the worlds 45th biggest Rodeo and Carnival. Every year South Park celebrates Cow Days, and you're going to be a part of it! You'll stay at the Super 7 Hotel, Ride the rides, play the games and the world famous "Running of the Cows"! Congrats!
Doctor: Boys, I'm afraid your fat little friend has suffered a head trauma.
Stan: What's the matter with him?
Doctor: Well, apparently he thinks he's a Vietnamese prostitute named Ming-Li.
Stan: (about the T&P Dolls) Oh, dude. We've GOT to get one of those!
Cartman: How much to play?
Carnie: Only five dollars for three balls, kid.
Cartman: Five dollars?! Jesus Christ!
Carnie: Don't worry, kid, it's easy; you just gotta put one ball through Jennifer Love Hewitt's mouth.
Cartman: That's easy!
Officer Barbrady: Young man, you can't just go around declaring shenanigans on innocent people; that's how wars get started!
Stan: Sorry, Officer Buttbaby…
Officer Barbrady: Barbrady!
Stan: Oh, I'm sorry. What did I say?
Officer Barbrady: You said "Buttbaby"!
(The boys laugh.)
Cartman: What the hell makes you think Cartman rides a bull?
Kyle: Because you spent all our money on those stupid rides, fat ass! Either you're getting on a bull, or I'm gonna break your f(beep)king head open!
Cartman: Okay, I'll get on the bull.
Kyle: Well Cartman, this is just my opinion, but I think the line ride sucked donkey balls!
Jimbo: Hey, where's she going? That's the wrong way, you stupid cow.
(cows line up on a cliff)
FBI Executive: Oh, dear Jesus, no!
(the cows jump off one by one)
Jimbo: No! They're killing themselves! Stop please! Can't we do anything? Oh God, the humanity, Ned, the humanity!
FBI Executive: This is the first mad cow suicide I've seen in at least eight months.
Kyle: How much money do we have left Cartman?
Cartman: Ahh three dollars.
Kyle: What? You said we had plenty of money, Cartman!
Cartman: Yeah but I didn't take into account the fact that I suck at math.
Kyle: YOU SON OF A BITCH! (attacks Cartman)
Kenny: (muffled) Oh my god! They killed Cartman!
Kyle: No, we didn't kill him; he's still breathing!
Stan: (imitating Philip) Hey, Terrance! Let's go look for treasure!
Kyle: (imitating Terrance) That's a good idea, Philip!
(Cartman arrives at the bus stop.)
Stan: Oh hey, Cartman. How are you feeling?
Cartman: Hey, guys. I just had the weirdest dream last night.
Kyle: Really? What about?
Cartman: Well, I dreamt that I was a poor Vietnamese girl, and then you guys made me ride a big scary bull, and then Leonardo Di Caprio gave me a spankin' for several hours. (sees T&P dolls) Hey, where did you guys win all those Terrance and Phillip dolls?
Stan: Oh, nowhere…
(Stan and Kyle laugh.)
Cartman: Wait a minute! You guys DID make me ride that bull!
Kyle: No, Cartman! That was just a dream!
(A limousine drives up to the bus stop.)
Leonardo Di Caprio: Bye, Ming Li! Thanks again!
(The limousine drives away; Stan and Kyle continue to laugh.)
Cartman: Ah! Son of a bitch!
Cartman: Sucky sucky, five dollah. Ooh me so horny. Me love you long time.
In this episode, Kenny distinctly mumbles out "Oh my god, they killed Cartman!" to which Kyle responds "No, we didn't kill him; he's still breathing!"
Dian Bachar played next to Trey Parker and Matt Stone in the movies "Orgazmo" and "BASEketball."
Running of The Bulls:
South Park's "Running of the Cows" is a parody of the actual tradition of the running of the bulls called La Pamplonada, most notably done in Pamplona, Spain. Bulls are released and run down the city streets alongside numerous human participants. It's also notably done in San Miguel De Allende, Mexico, called "La San Miguelada."
Full Metal Jacket:
Cartman's dialogue when he thinks he's a Vietnamese prostitute is a reference to a scene from the 1987 film, Full Metal Jacket.
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