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 Sheila Broflovski; Linda Stotch; Various Others [ episode 50+ ]
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When they deactivate the nuclear weapon, it is shown on the clock that there is 35 seconds left before it was set to go off.
When Kyle is trying to convince the military not to nuke Imaginationland, he says imaginary characters are real because they have an influence on people's lives. This is also what the pragmatic theory of truth theory states. Pragmatic theory of truth refers to those accounts, definitions, and theories of the concept truth that distinguish the philosophies of pragmatism and pragmaticism. The conception of truth in question varies along lines that reflect the influence of several thinkers, initially and notably, The most characteristic features are:
1.) A reliance on the pragmatic maxim as a means of clarifying the meanings of difficult concepts, truth in particular
2.) An emphasis on the fact that the product variously branded as belief, certainty, knowledge, or truth is the result of a process, namely, inquiry.
A charcter that appears in Imaginationland is the head alien from the episode "Cancelled" that appears as a taco craps ice cream. However, he is not technically imaginary, as he actually appeared to the boys.
Goof: When Kyle is facing south at the Lincoln memorial, the Capitol Building is in the background, when in fact it should The White House. The Capitol building is opposite the Lincoln Memorial.
In this episode some new imaginary characters are seen including:
Bowser from Super Mario Bros.
Darksied from Superman
Ganondorf from The Legend of Zelda
Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz
Wile E. Coyote from Loony Tunes
Marvin the Martian
Wolf from Little Red Riding Hood
Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves
Gandalf from Lord of the Rings
The Pillsbury Dough Boy
Waldo from Where's Waldo
Paul Bunyan and his blue ox Babe
Ghosts from the arcade game Pacman
She-Ra, Princess of Power
Zorro and his horse Tornado
Lucy and Snoopy from Peanuts
Yoda from Star Wars
Mario from Super Mario Bros
Mentioned but not seen Good characters:
This is the first episode that Al Gore is in since the season 10 episode ManBearPig. In this episode he wears the cape he put on at the end of ManBearPig the entire time he is on screen, he also has his newly acquired Nobel Peace Prize around his neck.
It is never established how the Terrorists got into Imaginationland in the first place.
The "S-word" isn't bleeped out at the very end of the episode when Butters says it.
(after Kyle admits that leprechauns are real)
Cartman: So, Kyle, imaginary things are real, huh? Guess it means that I did win the bet afterall. (as Kyle is beginning to feel irritated) And you know what that means, Kyle.
Kyle: (fed up with Cartman's bet) Just let it go with your f**king balls already, you f**king a**hole! Your friends have been in danger, and all you care about is this stupid bet! Well I've decided, Cartman, even if we had a bet that I am never sucking your balls, you got that?! They could throw me in jail for the rest of my life, but I am never going to suck your balls, ever! So there!
Santa Claus: Okay, Kyle, that's enough ball sucking.
Tom: Santa Claus and leprechauns are imaginary, but Jesus and hell are real!
Scientist 1: Well then, what about Buddha?
Tom: Well of course he's imaginary!
Scientist 1: Awww, see? Now you're being intolerant, Tom.
Scientist 3: Am I real?
Aslan: We can get Imaginationland under control; the Chosen One just needs more time!
Stan: The Chosen One?
Butters: Yeah, it turns out I'm the Key.
Butters: Why would they nuke Imaginationland?
Stan: So the terrorists can't ever use it against us again.
Robin Hood: We managed to fight off the vampires and werewolves, but... now our troops are being shot down by the Cavity Creeps...
Kyle: Please, I need to talk to the people inside. They can't set off that nuke.
Guard: Get behind the line with the other protesters!
Hippie: No nukes in our imagination, bro! Wooo!
Kyle: Uhn, you don't understand! My friend is in Imaginationland! I can hear him in my head!
Guard: You pot-smokin' hippies aren't gettin' through here, so back off!
Kyle: I'm going to try to save Stan and Butters from getting nuked!
Cartman: Okay okay, but you you have to suck my balls first real quick.
Kyle: No I don't! The decision was overturned.
Cartman: We had a deal Kyle!
Kyle: Yeah, that leprechauns were real! And the government just declared they aren't technically real, so I was right! It's over! I don't have to suck your balls!
Cartman: It isn't over! It isn't over, Kyle! I have not waited this long to see you weasel your way out of this bet! Go ahead and go. But I swear on my life! Before this day is over! You, will, suck my balls! I SWEAR IT!
Chief Justice: The Supreme Court has ruled with the military that imaginary things are officially not real, and therefore no approval is needed to nuke them.
General: Thank you.
Kyle: Oh no.
Chief Justice: This of course overturns any imagination-based verdicts in the past, including the famous Cartman v. Broflovski ballsucking case.
Steven: So it appears the military is ready to proceed with its operation, one they are calling "Operation Nuke the Imagination Through the Imagination Doorway."
Stan: Hello? Can anybody hear me?
Kyle: Stan! Dude, is that you?
Stan: Kyle? Where are you? I, I don't see you.
Kyle: No, I'm not there. I'm at a hospital. I'm hearing you in my imagination.
Stan: ...Oh, that makes sense.
Anchorman: Mike, does the military have the authority to nuke our imagination?
Mike: Uh clearly they don't, Steven, and they're gonna have a big problem because state government has already set a precedent that imaginary characters are real. I cite a famous case of Cartman v. Broflovski in which a U.S. court found for the plaintiff who saw a leprechaun.
Anchorman: Yes, I believe the defendant had to suck the plaintiff's balls in that case.
Mike: That's right, Steven, yeah.
Reporter: Couldn't we trying sending Kurt Russell into a portal to our imagination to try and reason with the-
General: We tried that and Kurt Russell was raped by Christmas Critters!
Aslan: Santa Claus was killed in the terrorist attack. The first thing we need is for you to bring him back.
Glenda: You just have to focus your mind. Imagine Santa and nothing else.
Butters: How am I supposed to focus with all this crap goin' on?!
Cartman: You just can't declare that imaginary things aren't real! Who are you to say what's real?! Think about it: is blue real? Is love really real?
Scientist 1: Imaginary things are things made up by people, like Santa and Rudolph.
Tom: Yea, and they detract from real things, like Jesus.
Worker: Maybe Jesus is imaginary too.
Tom: Ooh! You better not say that! You'll go to hell!
Scientist 2: It's possible that hell is also imaginary.
Scientist 3: So then, we're about to nuke hell....That's a good thing right?
(Everyone agrees that it is a good thing)
Scientist 1: What if heaven is imaginary? We'd be nuking heaven.
Scientist 2: Yea but it wouldn't be real.
Scientist 4: So it'd be alright.
Secretary of Defense: (to the press) We were hoping to keep this quiet until it was over--but, two days ago, there was a terrorist attack on our imagination. And now our imaginations are running wild.
Stephen: Butters, Butters!
Butters: (wakes up) What? Huh? Oh, it was all just a dream.
Stephen: Come on Butters, time to get up.
Butters: Oh Dad! I had the craziest dream. I-I saved all of Imaginationland from running wild after a terrorist attack.
Stephen: You were in Imaginationland, Butters. We read all about it in the paper. The question is "What were you doing in Imaginationland when you were supposed to be helping your mother clean up the basement?".
Linda: You are grounded mister!
Butters: Awww. (pause) Wait. I'm not grounded.
Stephen: Oh yes, you are!
Butters: Oh yeah? (tries to use his imagination and fails)
Stephen: That only works in Imaginationland. You're grounded.
(Stephen and Linda exit)
Butters: Aw shit.
Secretary Of Defense: Why is it so easy for children to break into the Pentagon?
Cartman: (to photographer) How does that look? Can you see my balls and the sundae in frame?
Cartman: You just rest Kyle. Look what I made for you, a sundae. It has hot fudge, whipped cream and a cherry but I feel like something is missing, don't you Kyle? What else belongs on a sundae besides hot fudge and whipped cream?
Cartman: Hot fudge, whipped cream, what else belongs on a sundae Kyle? What else goes on a sundae besides hot fudge, whipped cream, oh that's right... my balls.
(Kyle is talking to the imaginary voices in his head)
Stan: Hang on Kyle, Jesus wants to talk to you.
Jesus: Hello Kyle. This is Jesus.
Kyle: Oh boy.
Jesus: What seems to be the problem my child?
Kyle: Jesus I can't do anything. I'm just a 4th grader going against the entire government. (after a pause) Hello? Jesus?
Luke: No. Hey Kyle, this is Luke Skywalker. Look, I know this seems like an impossible task, but do you remember when I brought down the Death Star? I mean, that seemed impossible too right?
Kyle: Yea I guess.
Luke: Okay now hold on because Superman is here and he wants to say something.
Superman: Kyle, this is Superman.
Kyle: Hi Superman.
Superman: I know that saving people can be a big responsibility, but no matter what it takes, it's worth it.
Kyle: I know.
Superman: You can do this Kyle. Now hang on because Hercules wants to talk to you.
Kyle: (annoyed) Oh God!
Superman: Yes, God is here too. He's going to talk to you right after Captain Crunch.
The entire "Imaginationland" trilogy won the 2008 Emmy Award for "Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming One Hour Or More)".
This is the first episode to air on Halloween. Ironically however, it isn't a Halloween special.
Kenny does not appear in this episode.
The Adventures of Tintin:
Just before Imaginationland is nuked you can see Tintin's dog Snowy with a bone in its mouth.
Some Looney Tunes characters make appearances on the Evil Creatures army. They include:
* An evil-eyed Gossamer
* Marvin the Martian (shown here with a mouth that contains razor-sharp teeth)
* A rabid Wile E. Coyote
When the title 'Episode III' slowly appears on screen, it uses the same font and background sound effect as the show Lost.
There are three Nintendo characters on the evil side of Imaginationland.
Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
When Jesus leads the good imaginary characters in the initial charge, he looks just like Aragorn with Anduril (the sword), leading the Dead when they jump off the ships during the Battle of Minas Tirith.
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
The beginning is a parody of the film Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. It was the scene right before the battle for Helm's Deep.
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