General: If I'm not mistaken, you were the one who bet that leprechauns weren't real. So why do you care what happens?
Kyle Broflovski: Because I, I... uh... because I think they are real
[sentimental music begins]
Kyle Broflovski: It's all real. Think about it. Haven't Luke Skywalker and Santa Claus affected your lives more than most real people in this room? I mean, whether Jesus is real or not, he - he's had a bigger impact on the world than any of us have. And the same can be said for Bugs Bunny and - and Superman and Harry Potter. They've changed my life - changed the way I act on the earth. Doesn't that make them kind of real? They might be imaginary but, but they're more important than most of us here. And they're all gonna be around here long after we're dead. So, in a way, those things are more realer than any of us.
General: Why is it so easy for children to break into the Pentagon?
[Butters has been told to imagine what is "most prominent" in his mind; he thinks of his father first]
Stephen Stotch: Butters? You are grounded, mister! You hear me?
[Butters' dad transforms into a hideous mutant]
Stephen Stotch: GROUNDED!
Butters: No, no no no, no no no!
[his father disappears]
Aslan: What are you doing? We need Santa!
Butters: I'm trying!
Wonder Woman: C'mon, kid, imagine Santa! Believe in Santa!
Zeus: You must believe in Santa!
Aslan: [screaming] BELIEVE IN SANTA! RIGHT NOW!
Technician #1: Sir, we have a security breach!
Technician #2: There's an unauthorized entry alert... it's coming from sector two!
General: Sector... two?
Superman: [disembodied voice from above] I know that saving people can be a big responsibility, but no matter what it takes, it's worth it.
Kyle Broflovski: I know.
Superman: You can do this, Kyle. Now hang on, because Hercules wants to talk to you.
Kyle Broflovski: Oh, God.
Superman: Yes, God is here, too. He's gonna talk to you right after Captain Crunch.
Eric Cartman: You just rest, Kyle. Look what I made for you. A sundae. It has hot fudge and 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? Hmm... argh... hot fudge, whipped cream, what else belongs on a sundae, Kyle? Tsk, what else goes on a sundae besides hot fudge, whipped cream, and... oh, that's right! My balls.
Eric Cartman: Look, maybe they're all part of the same thing - Santa and Jesus and hell and leprechauns. Maybe they're all real in the same way, right?
Tom: Santa Claus and leprechauns are imaginary, but Jesus and hell are real.
Technician #1: Well then what about Buddha?
Tom: Well, of course, he's imaginary.
Technician #1: Aw, see? Now, you're being intolerant, Tom.