Most Outrageous 'South Park' Moment: Cartman Learns His Father's Identity
Most Outrageous 'South Park' Moment: Cartman Learns His Father's Identity
Meghan Carlson
Meghan Carlson
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
Last night on South Park, the drama of the show's 200th episode played out, as Tom Cruise obtained Muhammad's "goo," Barbara Streisand stomped all over town and Cartman finally learned the identity of his mysterious father after years of assuming his mother was a hermaphrodite.

Because Comedy Central added a slew of bleeps to the final release of episode "201," no doubt in connection with the radical Muslim community's warnings against Trey Parker and Matt Stone over their irreverent depiction of the prophet Muhammad, does not feature clips or a full cut of last night's episode. On the site, the South Park creators explained, "We do not have network approval to stream our original version of the show. We will bring you a version of 201 as soon as we can."

But we can still discuss the show's most outrageous moment of the evening: the secret, horrifying identity of Eric Cartman's father. After the jump.

Eric Cartman's father is ...

... Scott Tenorman's DAD!

tenormans2.jpgAfter Eric Cartman killed and fed his parents to him at the Chili Con Carnival in the Season 5 episode, "Scott Tenorman Must Die," young Scott spent some time in a mental institution and then went on to become lead of the Gingers. He also spent some time looking into Eric Cartman's past, so he could exact his revenge. And that's when he made a horrifying discovery: Eric and Scott shared the same father, meaning Eric killed his own father and fed him to his half-brother.

And that's when Cartman had a terrifying revelation of his own: He is ... half ginger.

What did you think of South Park episode "201"? Did the identity of Cartman's father shock you? Please you? Make you sick?

However you felt, just remember: "Sorry is a four letter word with a Y on the end."

BONUS CLIP until we get footage from episode "201": Watch Cartman's most epic, evil revenge play out in "Scott Tenorman Must Die."