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"Go God Go XII"
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Episode no. Season 10
Episode 13
Production no. 1013
Original airdate November 8, 2006
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"Go God Go XII" is the thirteenth episode of Season Ten, and the 152nd overall episode of South Park. It aired on November 8, 2006.[1] The episode is a continuation of the previous episode, "Go God Go".


Eric Cartman has frozen himself in an attempt to make his three-week wait for a Nintendo Wii pass quickly. A freak accident landed him over 500 years in the future and now, he's stuck in a Godless world on the brink of war with no Nintendo Wii.[1]


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Cartman, still trapped in the future, is now being held captive by the Sea Otter faction — Allied Atheist Alliance (AAA) — with whom he cooperates in exchange for them helping him get the Wii console. After helping him obtain one from the abandoned technology museum in "New New Hampshire", Cartman manages to warp back to the United Atheist Alliance (UAA) headquarters. He soon finds that the ancient Wii is not compatible with the futuristic Float Screen, but discovers the Crank Prank Time Phone, which allows people to prank call the past. Cartman plans to use it to call himself in the past and convince him not to freeze himself.

Meanwhile, it is learned that Richard Dawkins was the founder of worldwide atheism. Mrs. Garrison, whom he eventually married, maintained that "Logic and reason aren't enough: You also have to be a dick to everyone who doesn't think like you." As a result, atheism split into three factions. The three groups differ on what they perceive to be the answer to the "Great Question," each believing the other groups' answer to the Question is "illogical" and thus unacceptable (the AAA also objects to humans for illogically cutting down trees to make tables, instead of just eating off of their "tummies" and ironically reveres Dawkins). The Otters have set up false clam fields, which the UAA plans to attack, leaving their own city defenseless from a Unified Atheist League (UAL) attack, thus leaving both the UAA and UAL vulnerable to an attack from the AAA. When one Otter — the "Wise One" — asks if the war is truly just, and implies that perhaps it is acceptable to believe in something supernatural and/or paranormal; if only for the purpose of filling social 'needs'. After a brief reflection, he is killed by a mob of otters.

Cartman uses the Time Phone to call himself in the past, and later calls Butters and Kyle to convince both to prevent his past-self from freezing himself. He is not believed by neither his past self nor his friends, and his attempts fail. The latter call causes Kyle to miss a ride, which slightly alters certain aspects of the future (Cartman's clothes change, and his robotic dog, K-10 turns into a robotic cat called KIT-9). The massive battle between the three atheist groups begins. Cartman goes to the war room of the UAA. It is revealed that the war is being fought over "the Great Question", which is "what atheists should call themselves". Unable to reach an agreement, the atheists had split into the three now-warring factions. KIT-9 then tells Eric to call Mrs. Garrison with the Time Phone. Dawkins answers while the two are having sex, and through his conversation with Cartman discovers that Mrs. Garrison had a sex-change. Before which he used to be a man. Dawkins is disgusted and disturbed over the fact he had sex with a transsexual and immediately leaves. Mrs. Garrison calls him an "atheist faggot" and reverts to her old ways.

With the split between Garrison and Dawkins, the future world is altered once again. Cartman suddenly finds himself in a room with members of all three factions and KIT-9 has become KOK-A-3. In this new version of the future, the three groups are not at war with each other, having gotten rid not of religion per se, but of "all their --isms." Cartman asks if this means that there is no more war, and a sea otter answers, "Of course there's war! The stupid French-Chinese think they have a right to Hawaii!" The leaders reveal that Cartman's purpose has been fulfilled (though neither Cartman nor the viewer learn what that purpose was) and he is returned to his own time. He is told as he departs to remember that no single answer is the answer to everything.

Cartman is transported back in front of the EvGames and merges with his past self. He is initially overjoyed to be back. His mother appears and tells him that he needs to be patient, which Cartman accepts. However, he soon realizes that the future inhabitants sent him back too far, to September, changing his initial waiting time of three weeks to two months. Angry and distraught once again, he is told by an EV Games employee that there is a call for him. He answers and on the line is another future Cartman, pleading with him to not to do what he is thinking (implying he freezes himself once again). The alternate future shows future Cartman and the bald people, who were either UAL or UAA, standing or sitting on giant purple bubbles. Cartman assumes it to be a prank call from Kyle, showing that he learned absolutely nothing during his extensive ordeal in the future.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Go God Go XII (Season 10, Episode 13).

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Nintendo WiiCrank Prank Time PhoneRichard DawkinsK-10Allied Atheist Alliance (AAA)United Atheist Alliance (UAA)Unified Atheist League (UAL) • "Cartman's Buck Rogers Theme"


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