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  GOIN' DOWN TO SOUTH PARK
South Park
Freak Strike, 2002
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A Ladder to Heaven
(1) Kyle (2) Lolly's Candy Factory (3) He didn't think he could handle the responsibility. (4) Chocolate milk mix (5) It was Jimbo. His character didn't have a nose.

(6) Yes, it did. (7) 700 miles (100 miles times 7 days) (8) Mr. Hiroichi's claim that the Japanese reached Heaven before the Americans did. The angels needed wires to fly. (9) A car seat, a fist and a rock (10) He was supposedly banished from Hell and sent to Heaven as punishment for trying to kill Satan's new lover after their homosexual relationship ended.

Freak Strike
He was given a free trip to the largest putt-putt course in the world.
 
Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
Put your knowledge of all-things that creep, slither and crawl to the test with the only movie monster survival guide/quiz book of its kind.

What will you do when they come for you?
Live and learn. Learn and live!
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Lights, Camera, Trivia
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2. It wasn't a spiritual quest that inspired its construction. The boys were simply looking for a misplaced ticket stub that entitled them to a shopping spree. What was the name of the candy shop?

3. Stan gave the winning ticket to Cartman because he thought he'd lose it. Cartman handed it to Kyle for the same reason. Why did Kyle pass it off to Kenny?

4. You remember how Kenny got inside of Cartman's body, don't you? You don't? He mistook his ashes for some C-M-Squared. What does that equal, kids?

5. How do the children in South Park differ from most of the adults, appearance-wise? Well, other than their stature, they don't have ears or a nose. The reason why we used the words "most of" was because the episode included an adult who lacked one or the other,
File this first question under the category of Impossible Task #232. Who came up with the idea to build a ladder to Heaven?
All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
Let's say you were born with a pair of balls on your chin. Would you let someone exploit that disfigurement on national television for a few hundred dollars? Probably not, right? Butters was compensated for the humiliation he endured in Freak Strike. How?
A Ladder to Heaven, 2002
maybe both. You tell us. Was it Jimbo, Mrs. McCormick or the reporter who broke the news about the ladder to Heaven?

6 The boys gathered all the junk they could find when they ran out of wood. Old tires, mailboxes, chairs, you name it. Did the ladder to Heaven include any ladders?

7. When the Japanese caught wind of the boys' ladder, they started building one of their own - at a rate of 1000 miles per day. How tall would the boys' ladder have been if they were able to complete a tenth of that length each day for the duration of the project?

8. What would Stan's dad have been referring to if he exclaimed, "who is he trying to kid? That's not Heaven and those aren't angels. Look at them!"

9. Remember the song that asked the question, "Can you see what I see?" The memories that Cartman saw
through Kenny's eyes were triggered by three blows to the head. What was he hit with?

10. What's more insane; bombing Heaven or believing that Saddam Hussein was there? He was, for a little while. Explain that one.