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None of the other children in South Park have displayed this kind of ability, meaning that she might be the best ice skater in the boys' class.
During the song Stan has dedicated to her, she is given a brief scene that displays a talent for skating, being able to perform a figure-eight, salchow, triple-lutz, and twirl endlessly while keeping balance.Craig and Tweek's first interaction in the series, shortly after both were introduced, was in the popular episode "Tweek vs.Craig", where the boys, on account of a bet they had made, claimed to Tweek and Craig that each had insulted the other, and convinced them to fight in front of the entire school.In the episode "Make Love, Not Warcraft", he is seen reading a Playboy magazine instead of playing with the boys, and in "Ginger Kids", the topic of his presentation is mentioned as "lesbian cheerleaders." In the episode "Marjorine", Butters, as Marjorine, says that one of "her" hobbies is "Getting my snootch pounded on Friday night", Clyde responds with, "Nice.", although he could also have been happy at how well the idea had turned out, although, judging by his tone, this was not the case.Clyde appears to be one of the nicer boys, or at least he has a better sense of morality at times.After the fight, both boys were hospitalized and seemed to be getting along fairly well, but the kids fooled them into fighting again soon after.
The relationship between Craig and Tweek after this episode is highly ambiguous, as they share no major direct interaction between the third and seventeenth seasons.
In "Go God Go", Cartman is unable to wait the three weeks until the Wii video game console is released, and attempts to freeze himself to get closer to the release date, but accidentally ends up much later in the future, in the atheistic world of 2546.
The episode was written and directed by South Park co-creator Trey Parker.
I will like to meet a lovely, caring, honest, thrust worth and open minded person, god fearing and accommodating person that i can rest with the whole of my life and give him my heart and total love...
"Go God Go" is the twelfth episode in the tenth season of the American animated television series South Park.
In the movie South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, it is implied that he is not very clever, or at least not good at mathematics and is often portrayed as one of the less intelligent members of the class. Garrison asks him what two times five equals, he guesses twelve - Garrison then refers to him as "a complete retard".