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when cartman and what remains of his stuffed animals are having a meeting shortly after clyde frog's funeral. at some point in the conversation rumpletiltskin says "...and shes the same dirty slut who's been fucking with us our whole lives" i believe this is in co-ordination with the episode cartman's mom is a dirty slut part II by name and with episode "201" where it is revealed she and all the other adults had been lying about cartman's father i.e. "fucking with him" his whole life. 184.108.40.206 01:33, January 25, 2013
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