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"Romeo and Juliet" is a symphonic poem composed by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. It was heard in the Season One episode "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe".

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During the cafeteria scene, Kyle points out Wendy Testaburger from the crowd, whom Stan has a crush on. While the music plays, Stan looks at her, smiles broadly, and hearts appear around his head, referencing the Peanuts animated films. Cartman teases Stan with a song of his own and Stan denies being in love with her. Wendy walks up to Stan to give him a letter and he barfs out of anxiety.

Songs from Season One
Ave Satani | Bar-bura, Bar-bura | Canon in D | Christmas Lovin' | Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel | Gonna Fly | Happy, Happy, Happy | Hot Lava | I Love to Singa | I Remember When We Fell in Love | I'm Gonna Be On Television | I'm Gonna Make Love to You, Woman | If My Friends Could See Me Now | It's Okay to Be Gay | It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year | Kumbaya | Kyle's Mom's a Bitch | Love Gravy | Loving the Football | Lovin' You | Make Love, Even When I'm Dead | Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo | No Substitute | Now You're a Man | Oh Kathie Lee | Pig and Elephant DNA Just Won't Splice | Rabartu Smitu, Rabartu Smitu | Romeo and Juliet | Santa Claus is On His Way | School Days | Shadow Dancing | The Lonely Jew on Christmas | There You Are! | Waitin' On a Women | We Wish You a Merry Christmas | We're All Special

See also: List of Songs | List of Minor Characters from Season One | Season One

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