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14 Moments When "South Park" Hilariously Crossed The Line

We asked BuzzFeed readers to tell us their all-time-favorite WTF moments from South Park, and they totally delivered. Catch the historic 20th season of South Park Wednesdays at 10/9c on Comedy Central or anytime on the CC App!

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2. "There was an episode with Christopher Reeve and stem cells. He was in his wheelchair and throughout the episode got strong and eventually cracked fetuses like glowsticks and proceeded to drink their blood and stuff."

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—Samantha Emily, Facebook (from “Krazy Kripples,"

Season 7, Episode 2)

3. "'So there you go. You're the retarded offspring of five monkeys having butt sex with a fish-squirrel. Congratulations.'”

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—Jake Smith, Facebook (from “Go God Go," Season 10, Episode 12)

5. "When Cartman joined the child porn chat room looking for friends and the guy sent the message 'I’m 10 inches' and Cartman said, 'Sorry, I’m not looking to be friends with midgets.'"

7. "When the Goobacks come from the future and the men of South Park organize a massive man-orgy to save their jobs."

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—Jamantha Meg Lopez, Facebook (from “Goobacks," Season 8, Episode 7)

10. "Definitely the Scientology episode. I will never ever make fun of a person for their religious beliefs, but any 'religion' that requires you to give them money to be a member is not a religion; it's a cult. I won't claim that South Park was the first to call them out, but I think they did it in a very smart way, and in a way that caught people's attention.”

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—Colleen Robinson, Facebook (from “Trapped in the Closet," Season 9, Episode 12)

12. "'Good Times With Weapons'!!!!!!! More specifically the part where they're trying to take Butters to the vet and then Craig and his buddies challenge them to an epic ninja battle complete with music.”

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—Josh Ching, Facebook (from “Good Times With Weapons," Season 8, Episode 1)

13. "When Butters met George R.R. Martin and he orchestrated the Weiner song with the men's choir at his house.”

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—Brad Hell, Facebook (from "A Song of Ass and Fire," Season 17, Episode 8)

So many memories, and more of them to come. Don’t forget to watch season 20 of South Park Wednesdays at 10/9c on Comedy Central!