The Quote Garden
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Quotations from South Park
by Trey Parker and Matt Stone
Hunting sober is like — fishing, sober. ~Uncle Jimbo, "Volcano," original airdate 20 August 1997, written by Trey Parker & Matt Stone
Stan: "Dude, dolphins are intelligent and friendly."
Cartman: "Intelligent and friendly on rye bread with some mayonnaise."
~"Weight Gain 4000," original airdate 27 August 1997, written by Trey Parker & Matt Stone
You know what they say: You can't teach a gay dog straight tricks. ~Chef, "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride," original airdate 3 September 1997, written by Trey Parker & Matt Stone
You know, I think that if parents would spend less time worrying about what their kids watch on TV and more time worrying about what's going on in their kids' lives, this world would be a much better place. ~Stan, "Death," original airdate 17 September 1997, written by Trey Parker & Matt Stone
I think that parents only get so offended by television because they rely on it as a babysitter and the sole educator of their kids. ~Kyle, "Death," original airdate 17 September 1997, written by Trey Parker & Matt Stone
Hell, everything's legal in Mexico. It's the American way. ~Uncle Jimbo, "Summer Sucks," original airdate 24 June 1998, written by Nancy Pimental & Trey Parker
Without evil there could be no good, so it must be good to be evil sometimes. ~Satan, South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, 1999, written by Trey Parker, Matt Stone, & Pam Brady
Benjamin Franklin: "I believe that if we are to form a new country, we cannot be a country that appears war-hungry and violent to the rest of the world. However, we also cannot be a country that appears weak and unwilling to fight, to the rest of the world. So, what if we form a country that appears to want both."
Thomas Jefferson: "Yes, yes of course, we go to war and protest going to war at the same time...."
Benjamin Franklin: "And that means that as a nation, we could go to war with whomever we wished, but at the same time act like we didn't want to. If we allow the people to protest what the government does, then the country will be forever blameless."
John Adams: "It's like having your cake and eating it too."
Unidentified Congressman: "Think of it: an entire nation founded on saying one thing and doing another."
John Hancock: "And we will call that country the United States of America."
~South Park, "I'm a Little Bit Country" [S7, E4, 2003], written by Trey Parker & Matt Stone
All's fair in love and war — and coffee. ~Mr Tweek, "Gnomes," original airdate Dec 16, 1998, written by Pam Brady, Trey Parker, and Matt Stone
Stan, don't you know the first law of physics? Anything that's fun costs at least eight dollars. ~Trey Parker, South Park, "Trapped in the Closet"
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