Fan Question: How does someone as awful as Cartman always avoid punishment for his behavior?

Fan question: How does someone as awful as Cartman always avoid punishment for his behavior?

Answer: Ahh, Eric T. Cartman. Patricide, multiple genocide attempts, knowingly spreading the AIDS virus, and so much more, all before the tender age of 11 is a pretty impressive feat.


He’s evil, but fortunately, he is also his own worst enemy. Here’s just a handful of the times Cartman’s got his privilege checked:

 

 

In “The Death of Eric Cartman all of the kids in town agree to ignore him for all of his horrible deeds.

Ghost Cartman_Fix

 

This also leads to Cartman trying to “Make It Right” with everyone he’s wronged over the years.

Cartman Make It Right

 

Or in “HumancentiPad“, when he denounces God and pays the price.

Cartman Lightning

 

Another worth mentioning is “Breast Cancer Show Ever. Cartman couldn’t just “drop it” in his spat with Wendy, which lead to an epic ass-kicking.

Cartman Ass Kicking

 

Cartman’s greed gets the best of him in ManBearPig and his anus pays the ultimate price.

Cartman Shits Gold

 

And who could forget when the faculty had no choice but to literally throw him under the bus in “Bass to Mouth

Under the Bus

Cartman is a kid that takes the word morality, chops it up with a hacksaw, and adds the remain to chili con carne to feed to his enemies (one of them being his half-brother). Stan and Kyle learned a long time ago not to piss him off. Maybe we should take a page out of their book and respect his authority!