Cartman: Mom, can I ask you a question?

Mrs. Cartman: Sure, Hun.

Cartman: You know how my friend Stan has, like, a dad?

Mrs. Cartman: Uh-huh.

Cartman: And my friend Kyle has a dad and my friend Kenny has a dad?

Mrs. Cartman: Yes?

[long pause]

Mrs. Cartman: Well, what's your question, Hun?

Cartman: Goddamn it, do I have a dad?!

Mrs. Cartman: Oh!

Cartman: I want to know where I came from.

Mrs. Cartman: Oh. Hmm. Well, you see, Eric, sometimes when a man and a woman are attracted to each other, they want to be close to each other.

Cartman: Uh-huh...

Mrs. Cartman: And sometimes the man puts his hoo-hoo dilly in the woman's cha-cha.

[long pause]

Cartman: So who put his hoo-hoo dilly in your cha-cha?”

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