South Park

Season 15 Episode 4

T.M.I.

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM May 18, 2011 on Comedy Central
9.2
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Cartman is furious when he believes that the school has posted their penis sizes on the bulletin board. He throws an absolute fit; takes matters into his own hands and once again finds himself in the principal's office. This time he gets sent to anger management therapy.moreless

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  • Hilarious the first-half, ruined by the second half.

    5.5
    In the school cafeteria, Butters is describing what he believes will be the next Terminator film, when in fact it is real only coverage of a recent scandal involving Arnold Schwarzenegger. Cartman comes in incredibly angry, he is sick of this school, he thinks they've gone too far this time. He tells the boys that the school has posted their penis sizes on a chart out in the hallway, for everyone to see. The boys go look at the chart. Principal Victoria and Mr. Mackey see the boys looking at the chart in earnest, they think it was a good idea to post how much the boys have grown in height since last year. Cartman takes matters into his own hands, he remeasures all the boy's penis. He is a little reluctant to have his own remeasured. The boys hang the chart with their actual penis sizes in the hallway. Cartman takes all the credit for this idea and is called into the principal's office. When Principal Victoria tells him what the school's poster was really about, she tells him that he only has himself to blame. He reacted without taking the time to think about it first; she tells him that he has an anger management problem. Cartman and his mom go to see an anger management therapist. In searching for what might be Cartman's problem, the therapist tries to him angry. He starts taunting Cartman about his weight, but Cartman doesn't get angry, he pulls out his phone and starts quietly typing on it. When the therapist doesn't get a rise out of Cartman, he believes there isn't a problem to be found. However, after the therapist receives a call from his wife accusing him of all sort of unspeakable things (and his wife shoots herself) we realize what Cartman was doing with his phone. Cartman quietly tells the therapist (who's in disbelief) that "he's not fat, he's big boned". Back at school, Principal Victoria and Mr. Mackey have gathered all the boys' parents together to tell them about the penis problem. Randy Marsh wants to know where they boys have taken their measurements from, "from the base or from the balls?". As a scientist, Randy volunteers to have a talk with the children. He starts to tell the student about sex, but he really focuses his lecture on a formula used to determine penis size.



    My Review: The episode was hilarious, until the angry mob part started. So yeah



    5.5 / 10moreless
  • good pieces, terrible episode

    1.0
    I don't get it... I loved last week's Royal Pudding. The randomness of it and the adventure reminded me of the good old days of South Park. Why people find this episode so funny I can not figure out. It's possible I was asleep or in a different dimension or something, but for me, I didn't laugh even once during the entire episode. I liked the ideas, the penis math formulas were good, I always like Cartman and Randy, but... it just wasn't funny. I guess that I want more out of an episode than simply a penis joke, and it was a good concept to tie in anger and penis size, but there were absolutely no laugh out loud moments at all! Damn. I need to re-watch it, cause I'm amazed at how well this one has been reviewed.moreless
  • superb

    9.0
    Cartman sees measurements in the school hallway and thinks they are for length of the boys' penises, so he measures them himself and comes up with actual lengths, only to find out the measurements were how tall the boys are. Now everyone knows Cartman has a tiny penis and he is sent to anger management to deal with this.



    Good episode. Parts I liked; Mitch Connor, 'I'm not Fat, I'm big boned', Cartman being the only one mad at the episode's end, etc. Not the best ever but I do think it is probably the best thus far of the 15th season, which in hindsight, is not saying a whole lot. Final grade would be a B+ or so. The first half was pretty good but I lost interest when they started rioting Fed Ex.moreless
  • Best one of the season so far. Laughed throughout the whole thing!

    10
    Best one of the season so far. Laughed throughout the whole thing! Hope they continue this way in the next ones. Not that the previous ones were bad, they had their moments but it wasn't like this one where I couldn't stop laughing.

    Finally another episode where cartman's psycho personality surfaces again. Just so no one would forget that cartman's the most bad ass dude that ever lived!

    But doesn't anyone else think cartman is a bit too focused on dicks and balls. Just saying...

    I absolutely love randy. Whenever he gets a big role the episode's always great.

    As a whole the episode was just perfect with a great concept and lots of references that had to sting! And cartman + randy = awesome televisionmoreless
  • More like it

    7.0
    Better than the first episodes this season, but I think people are getting a little bit loose with their points scores because of this. It was certainly not a 10/10 episode. It had some good solid moments. I love Cartman, but I cant help but feel he has been pushed a little too far in the evil direction, its not fresh anymore and is becoming a little stale. Randy, well I could watch Randy episodes all day every day. This is really where I thought the episode shone. I wont ruin the ending incase you have not seen it, but genius! loved it. A solid episode, hope the rest of the season follows in this path.moreless
Matt Stone

Matt Stone

Voice of Kyle Broflovski; Kenny McKormick; Leopold 'Butters' Stotch; Gerald Broflovski

Mona Marshall

Mona Marshall

Voice of Sheila Broflovski; Various Other Females

April Stewart

April Stewart

Voice of Liane Cartman; Principal Victoria; Sharon Marsh; Wendy Testaburger; Various Other Females

Trey Parker

Trey Parker

Voice of Stan Marsh; Eric Theodore Cartman; Randy Marsh; Mr. Garrison

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