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Finally happy again, Stan observes the old world, watches a movie, then sees Kyle to attempt to reestablish and save their friendship. In Spontaneous Combustion he and Kyle tied Cartman to a cross, knowing full well that he would die, in order to give Kyle's dad a resurrection. She sometimes is nice to Stan, but would later prefer to run him over with a lawnmower.

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It was also reported that people were looting, raping, and resorting to cannibalism which is a stretch. He sinks several of the Japanese boats to protect the whales and dolphins in the Ocean, until their boat was hit by Japanese kamikaze planes. His proficiency is probably a result of his Uncle Jimbo's influence.

He was angry that the cast of Whale Wars wasn't doing enough to help whales and dolphins and took matters into his own hands. His grounding was lifted after Randy's job was stolen by one of these people from the future. Wendy is about to kiss him, when he vomits in her face. Although well-intentioned, these interventions often lead him and his friends into serious trouble. Just thought you should know that.

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But this is mostly Cartman's fault. Stan resorts in going to San Diego, stripping his clothes and began masturbating or rather dancing in public though he was never arrested for this act and this rather amused the San Diego's populace. However, she is an avid Facebook user, and often has her son Randy bully Stan into checking his Facebook in regards to messages and posts she sends him. Stan is often shown with his hands in his coat pockets as he walks, or when in deep thought.

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After an ensuing shoot out, Stan refuses anymore of the alcohol saying he would be happy with everything going forward. He has also been known at attempting to murder his own grandpa at his grandpa's request. Like the other South Park boys, Stan is also rarely grounded.

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This could be because Stan really values his best friendship with Kyle. It turns out that this is a family trait involving the men in the Marsh family, dating back at least a couple of generations. However he unintentionally attempts these assisted suicides. In some episodes Stan is shown having a strong hatred for Cartman, even if Cartman isn't doing anything. Stan is later captured by a group of restaurant owners trying to shut Cartman Burger down.

At the end of the episode, Randy and Sharon separate, Randy talks to an gloomy looking Stan, and he drives off, with their house in his side mirror. Either way, it is clear that Stan does consider Cartman as a close friend. Explore Wikis Community Central.

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The episode ends with everyone trying to kill Stan for using the only question on something so dumb. Although there is no specific leader within his primary group of friends, Stan is often the one to motivate the other boys, due to his moral beliefs, as seen in episodes such as Fun with Veal. Stan is very similar to Sharon in the way he is level headed, and it is likely that they have a good, loving relationship with each other. This isn't uncommon with Stan and Kyle, often throughout the series being criticized as having the same personality. After asking for her help, she seemed to genuinely listen to his problem.

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