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  • Park/Season 8 South Park/Season 9 South Park/Season 10 South Park/Season 11 South Park/Season 12 South Park/Season 13 South Park/Season 14 South Park/Season
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  • This is a section of the page South Park. [breaking the fourth wall during a performance of "I'm A Little Bit Country"] Randy: Well, goodnight everybody
    42 KB (6,535 words) - 02:11, 25 July 2016
  • Singin' in the Rain The Sound of Music South Pacific Spamalot Spring Awakening State Fair Sunday in the Park with George Sunset Boulevard Sweeney Todd
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  • This is a section of the page South Park. Cartman: Parents? Parents?! [begins a fake sob] OH GOD! [sobs loudly and turns away] Cartman: You see, guys
    28 KB (3,968 words) - 02:11, 25 July 2016
  • bother putting my initials on it? Dean: Saliva is nature's glue. Hank: And raisins are nature's candy! Dr. Orpheus: Do not be too hasty entering that room
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  • I've been intellectually bested by an animal with a brain the size of a raisins. He won, I lost. Lola: I don't even think the rat knew he was in a competition
    104 KB (15,921 words) - 02:13, 23 July 2016
  • the state of that region fluctuates so much that it could be a water slide park by the time time this comes out), and your perspective shifts twitchly between
    384 KB (58,230 words) - 10:17, 22 July 2016
  • will, Rose. Blanche: Tell me what? Clayton: Well, I ran into Rose in the park and... Blanche: And? Clayton: And we had a long talk and.... Blanche: And
    378 KB (57,751 words) - 19:09, 19 July 2016
  • direction of the South. Greg: Down South? You mean, like, across the Mason-Dixon Line? Chris: Yeah. You know, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina.
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  • used. Yes, it makes you want to get up and bally well have a run around the park. Jeeves: My feelings precisely, sir. Bertie Wooster: How's Stinker? Stiffy
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  • travel thousands of miles, you'd have to park there, you'd have to look, you'd have to, you know - Alan Davies: Park?! [Audience bursts into laughter, Stephen
    275 KB (39,571 words) - 12:33, 8 July 2016
  • things. Suzanne: Like what? Perky: Like... when I used to take you to the park when you were about two years old, everybody used to come up and say "oh
    161 KB (26,959 words) - 20:26, 28 June 2016
  • cupcakes. Don't worry, though, I pulled them off. [licking raisin on his finger] Oh. They're just raisins. I'll put them back. They're in my pocket. Blunk: Blunk
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  • got no place to go or you're lonely or you're looking for some place to park your cock. Tommy: Talk to you later. Sheila: Oh that's perfect. There's a
    212 KB (36,188 words) - 19:01, 19 July 2016
  • beast. [Goren and Eames investigate the deaths of five young adults who parked their car on railroad tracks and waited for a fatal crash] Eames: A suicide
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