Stan knows what this means - Kyle says he just stopped breathing, and it was over. Kenny Dies (Season 5, Episode 13) - Episode Guide, https://southpark.fandom.com/wiki/Kenny_Dies?oldid=411663. (Yes I know that's the joke but it still felt manipulative) That and there is a bit of predictability throughout. South Park © 2020 Comedy Partners. South Park Archives is a FANDOM TV Community. Script • Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? Shakey's Pizza • You see, it's our tears, Stan, that give God his great power.". When Cartman rolls up the overturned fetus truck, he's humming "My Baby Takes the Morning Train" by Sheena Easton. Kyle immediately begins to savagely pummel Cartman, while Stan, relieved, realizes he wasn't Kenny's worst friend after all. Willie Nelson's classic traveling tune "On the Road Again" plays over the montage of fetuses being packed up and shipped away. But it comes too late. See … But when the boys are informed that Kenny has been diagnosed with a terminal disease and will soon die, Cartman -- in an uncharacteristically dramatic, emotional encounter -- vows to find a cure for him. He then says that he believes the research can save Kenny's life. Unfortunately, Kenny's hospital room is empty, and the teddy bear he was given is on the floor, seemingly holding onto the unmade bed Kenny slept in. But it comes too late. The same woman can be seen getting an abortion in "Woodland Critter Christmas", only that time, the doctor gets some help from three lion cubs. He then steals the fetuses, hoping that he'll be able to resell the fetuses and get a huge profit off of them. Also, the driver of the fetus truck, who crashes off a cliff to avoid a deer in the road. (05 Dec 2001). All Rights Reserved. Cartman attempts to save him by legalizing stem cell research. With this information, Cartman realizes that the SCR might also be used to help Kenny recover from his illness. He even considers himself Kenny's worst friend. The boys are shocked and disgusted to see that, instead of using the stem cells to save Kenny, Cartman manipulated them into duplicating a Shakey's Pizza. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. This is a List of Kenny's Deaths in South Park episodes and other show-related media. The episode begins in an abortion clinic. ". And it not his last - he gets another peaceful send off in "The Ring". "Heat of the Moment" • ", At the funeral, Stan's melancholia has set back in. Comedy Central. Cartman attempts to save him by legalizing stem cell research. Unplanned Parenthood Clinic • Stan, however, is too upset to be near Kenny in his state and refuses to even visit him. That's like God, who gives us life and love and help just so that he can tear it all away and make us cry, so he can drink the sweet milk of our tears. 8 of 9 people found this review helpful. Sheila Broflovski However, an accident destroys the truck which was carrying all the fetuses from the clinic to Alder Research Group. The researcher recommends using lumber for that second idea. We then cut to the TV and see it's from The Benny Hill Show. ", "These are primo fetuses Randy, I wouldn't jerk you around. Is "Make-a-Wish Foundation" a real or fictional foundation? Use the Jew as a scapegoat. Was this review helpful to you? Use the HTML below. When Stan (who's hasn't been able to summon the courage to visit Kenny) finally turns up at the hospital, he finds that his friend just died. It aired on December 5, 2001.1 The boys cope with loss when Kenny is hospitalized with a terminal illness. As Kyle beats Cartman up for being so cold-hearted, Stan ends the episode by saying "I wasn't Kenny's worst f-f-friend! Kenny Rogers, whose legendary music career spanned six decades, has died at the age of 81, his publicist Keith Hagan told CNN. Shakey's Pizza, the ultimate object of Cartman's desire, is a popular pizza chain. Then you take it away. It turns out he only wanted the ban repealed so that he could use the stem cells (which can regenerate other types of cells) to clone his own Shakey's Pizza. Alder Research Group • Then Cartman gives a very thoughtful speech to the House of Representatives, requesting that the SCR ban be lifted, explaining about his best friend, Kenny, who's slowly dying as they speak. The episode begins in an abortion clinic. After the ban on stem cells kills his customer base, he tries selling them as "succulent shrimp from the West Indies". "On the Road Again" • ", "There's a pretty brave kid fighting for his life in the hospital right now, Doctor I'm gonna go get him some bigger boxing gloves. Thankfully it doesn't bring it down too much and the the rest of the episode is phenomenally made and was definitely a worthy (although temporary) sendoff. "Morning Train (9 to 5)" • Looking for some great streaming picks? This is Kenny's second funeral, the first being in "Spontaneous Combustion". Hells Pass Hospital, Images • Laboratory Receptionist / The House of Representatives committee then lifts the ban after Cartman sings "Heat of the Moment". Check out our picks for movies that (hopefully) won't keep you up at night. South Park and all related titles, logos and characters are trademarks of Comedy Partners. ", Kenny McCormick • Cartman goes to Washington to address a joint session of Congress. Directed by Trey Parker. All Rights Reserved. Here I was thinking that he actually cared about Kenny, but of course, like always, he was just being manipulative. Cartman begins his speech before congress by saying "I love Kenny McCormick, and I want you to love him too." Everyone is shocked by the news, and everyone except Stan tries their best to be confident for Kenny's sake. Cartman says he learned about stem cells on 3-2-1 Contact, an educational science show that ran on PBS in the 80s. Meanwhile, after Chef gives Stan a little lecture on death, and why God lets it happen at any given time, Stan finally comes to terms with Kenny dying. Cartman happens to be passing by at this moment, and he notices the cargo of the truck. Kenny can't die! He also finds out that Stem Cell Research has been made legal again, and with the hope that a cure might be found, rushes to visit Kenny. As the funeral takes place, though, Cartman comes rushing in and drags Stan and Kyle out of the ceremony, explaining that they have to see the "miracle" that's just occurred.