South Park Mormon Episode Quotes

Monday, August 8 by Mallorie Greene

“South Park” Mormon episode quotes come from the 7th season of the hit TV show. At school, a new kid befriends Stan Marsh, who originally going to kick his ass until Gary invited him to meet his family. The quotes listed in the article are one of the funniest in this episode from Stan’s relationship with Gary to his questioning about the Mormon religion.

  1. Gary Harrison: Hey, my name I Gary. Eric Cartman: Hi my name is… your-a… you’re a fag. Eric Cartman takes immediate dislike to the new kid; the “South Park” Mormon episode quotes is funny because he smiles and makes a sarcastic remark toward Gary. The way Cartman disowns the new kid easily resembles to real life elementary school where some children unwelcome new students leaving them out of conversations and activities.
  2. Randy Marsh I am going to go and kick this Mr. Harrison’s ass. [leave the house then come back] Mr. Harrison is a while guy, right? Stan Marsh: Yeah. Randy Marsh: I’m gonna kick his ass. Stan’s father, Randy Marsh interrupted by Stan while drinking his beer and watching the TV show, “Friends.” Stan informs his family about the Mormons in the town of “South Park” but Randy is sick of hearing about Mr. Harrison and offer to fight him for brainwashing his child. This “South Park” quote is funny as Randy makes sure Mr. Harrison is a white guy, as he is safe kicking a white man’s ass rather than a non-white that might intimidate him and win the fight instead.
  3. Eric Cartman: Hey Stan, How were your date last night with the new kid? Stan Marsh: Shut up dude. They’re a nice family and Gary is really smart and talented. Eric Cartman: Aw, you guys, I think Stan is in love. Kyle: Yeah did you make out with him too. The "South Park” Mormon quote, Stan hangs out his new friend Gary more and often defends him against Cartman and Kyle. The two boys taunt Stan for defending his pal and unsurprisingly Cartman makes a sly remark on how the two carrying on a romantic relationship together.
  4. Stan Marsh: Dad, did you know that Joseph Smith guy read the book of Mormon out of a hat? Randy Marsh: And? Your turn, Sharon. Stan: it is just that the Book of Mormon says a lot of strange stuff, like Adam and Eve live in Jackson County, Missouri. Randy Marsh: Yes? Stan: But the school taught me the first man and woman lived in Africa. Randy: You can believe everything the school tells you Stan. As Stan realizes Joseph Smith’s story does not make sense and tell his father the real history where humans originated, Randy brushes his son’s knowledge as nonsense. Instead, he believes that Adam and Eve were originally located in Jackson County, Missouri and become ultimately naïve at every story the Harrison’s says after denouncing his own religion.
  5. Gary: [to Stan] Look, maybe us Mormons do believe in crazy stories that make absolutely no sense, and maybe Joseph Smith did make it all up, but I have a great life. and a great family, and I have the Book of Mormon to thank for that. The truth is, I don't care if Joseph Smith made it all up, because what the church teaches now is loving your family, being nice and helping people. And even though people in this town might think that's stupid, I still choose to believe in it. All I ever did was try to be your friend, Stan, but you're so high and mighty you couldn't look past my religion and just be my friend back. You've got a lot of growing up to do, buddy. Suck my balls. [walks away] Eric: Damn, that kid is cool, huh? After Stan expresses in anger to the Harrison’s family that their religion is rubbish, Gary meets Stan the following day after his outburst about their beliefs and religion. Gary tells Stan to grow up and suck his balls, which is out of his normally nice character. Meanwhile, Cartman finds Gary cool after he insults Stan. One of the best “South Park” Mormon quotes on the entire episode.