Friday, August 12, 2011

The Many Faces of Cartman - Part 3

Welcome to "The Many Faces of Cartman - Part 3", where we look at some of Cartman's many disguises from seasons five and six of South Park. Season six includes one of Cartman's most infamous personas, where he dresses up like a teen whore and shouts, "Whatever! I do what I want!". Gandalf is another one of his popular costumes from when he plays "The Lord of the Rings" with the boys. But I am done babbling now. Scroll down to check out some of Cartman's great disguises.

Kris Kristopherson (IRS Cartman)
"Tax evasion is a serious offense, sir!"
In "Scott Tenorman Must Die", Cartman dresses up as an IRS agent with a pubic hair beard to get his money back from Scott Tenorman.

Boy Scouts Cartman
In "Cripple Fight", Cartman joins boy scouts where he is forced to take naked pictures.

Blainetologist Cartman
"Are you happy?"
In "Super Best Friends", Cartman becomes a Blainetologist and spreads the teachings of David Blaine.

Arabian Cartman
"Eh, what's up, Bin Laden?"
In "Osama Bin Laden has Farty Pants", Cartman dresses up as an Arabian girl to seduce Osama Bin Laden. It turns out Bin Laden is more interested in the camel.

Teen Whore Cartman
"Whatever! I do what I want!"
In "Freak Strike", Cartman pretends to be a teen whore to win a prize on Maury Povich.

Skier Cartman
"That's why they call it Asspen!"
In "Asspen", Cartman travels to Aspen with his friends and learns to ski.

Simpsons Cartman
In "The Simpsons Already Did It", Butters visualizes Cartman as Nelson-like Simpsons character.

Mongolian Cartman
In "Child Abduction is Not Funny", Cartman and the other kids are taken in by Mongolians.

Gandalf Cartman
"You must bring me a piece of pecan pie."
In "The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers", Cartman dresses up as Gandalf when playing "Lord of the Rings" with the boys.

Christmastime Cartman
"I'm having a precious Christmastime moment."
In "Red Sleigh Down", Cartman helps spread Christmas cheer to Iraq while wearing his blue Christmas tree sweater.

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