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Cartman is stuck in the future, in the middle of an international civil war between rival Atheist factions. And he STILL can't play Nintendo Wii.

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Trey Parker

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Trey Parker, Trey Parker (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Trey Parker ... Eric Cartman / Narrator / Cladius / A.A.L. #2 / Maintenance Guy / A.A.L. #3 / A.A.L. #4 / U.A.L. #1 / U.A.L. #2 / Schpeck / Commercial VOs / Boy in Commercial #1 / Boy in Commercial #3 / Toy Shop Clerk / Otters / Man Receiving Prank-Call / Prank Call Boy #2 / The Wise Otter / Otter #2 / Mrs. Garrison (voice)
Matt Stone ... Kyle Broflovski / Otter #1 / A.A.L. #1 / K-10 / U.A.L. #3 / Boy in Commerical #2 / Store Person / Otters / PrankCall Boy #1 / Otter #3 / Butters / KIT-9 / KOK-A-3 (voice)
Jonathan Kimmel ... (voice) (as Juan Kimmelini)
Mona Marshall ... U.A.L. #3 (voice)
Kyle McCulloch Kyle McCulloch ... Richard Dawkins (voice)
April Stewart ... Woman in Commercial / Liane Cartman (voice)
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Cartman is stuck in the future, in the middle of an international civil war between rival Atheist factions. And he STILL can't play Nintendo Wii.

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Animation | Comedy

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TV-MA | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 November 2006 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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4:3
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On the DVD commentary, Trey Parker and Matt Stone mentioned that, due to this episode, they both actually received free Wii systems courtesy of Nintendo. See more »

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Quotes

[the Cartman of the year 2006 is tossing and turning in bed, impatient for a Nintendo Wii, when the phone rings]
Past Cartman: [getting up to answer it] Hello?
[he gets static, until... ]
Cartman: [in a higher pitch] Hello?
[Past Cartman is surprised to hear his own voice on the other end]
Cartman: Are you there?
Past Cartman: Who is this?
Cartman: [in 2546, stops K-10 from telling him it's no one] No, no, I have me.
[returns to his past self]
Cartman: All right, all right, listen! Listen to me carefully! You need to be patient!
[...]
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References Futurama (1999) See more »

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Not an amazing two-parter by any means, but thought provoking
1 September 2009 | by danieldaylewisSee all my reviews

After reading the two reviews submitted to this and the first part which were topically concerned with simply retelling the plot as it occurred, I felt it more relevant to create a discussion to explore what I feel to be the heart of what the two episodes were trying to convey: whether religious wars have less to do with religion than they have to do with human nature. The juxtaposition is our modern era which is overwrought with religious extremism and war (which is mentioned by Richard Dawkins in the first part) and a future without religion but competing powers of atheistic organizations (who are fundamentally fighting each other for power rather than any religious dominance.)

If I was forced to come up with the message Tre and Matt were trying to prove ultimately with this episode (and I do believe nearly every episode of South Park in the last 6+ seasons has had a moral/ideological message), then my guess would be that although religion is often blamed for "holy wars," "jihads," or violence by those who oppose religion, it is likely simply a matter of human nature to be territorial and divisive and have wars against others... almost as sensible and self-conclusive as the theory of evolution might be.


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