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1.01 Cartman Gets an Anal Probe

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Release: Jan 11, 2013 - Author: kurisuteian - Translator: Mr Miau - external link: IMDB - more from this series
The cartoon series South Park literally became world famous overnight. When the first episode was broadcast on August 13th 1997 on the (then rather is unknown) channel Comedy Central, no one expected that it would once be one of the most successful US cartoon series next to the Simpsons and Family Guy.

At the beginning, the series created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone was mostly defined by black humor and foul language. However, it has evolved and more and more topics out of the worlds of politics, popular culture and the internet have been used in more recent episodes. Of course, this is always done in a satirical manner like in the episode "Make Love, Not Warcraft", which even was awarded an Emmy.

Before the first episode could be shown on TV, a special pilot was created and shown to a test audience. This was rather unsuccessful and almost lead to the series not being shown on TV at all. Luckily, a whole first season was created after all, however, the pilot had to be trimmed down for the TV broadcast.

The Most Important Changes:

The first TV episode and the pilot differ quite greatly, among other things the plot was changed in order to enable a shorter running time.

- the opening and ending sequence were redone and many dialogs were cut (due to time reasons)
- Cartman's fiery flatulence is not a result from the anal probe (as on TV) but from too spicy food with which the boys wanted to pretend to have feaver in order to be able to leave school
- the pilot features a school nurse called "Nurse McSchwartz", which resembles "Nurse Gollum" from later episodes (except the fetus)
- there is actually nothing in Cartman's butt, he is just supposed to establish contact with the aliens using his farts
- Cartman has both a father and a sister in the pilot
- the scene in which the aliens contact cows because they think they are the smartest life forms on earth was added in the TV version
- there is an additional “Kick the Baby!”

The newly added scenes were not made with stop motion techniques but using computers, which can be seen from the shadows next to the characters. The background music was also redone, the pilot featured piano music (think "Peanuts"), whereas the TV version features the guitar bits that are still in use today.

The pilot can be found on the second season US DVD box set.
The cartoon series South Park literally became world famous overnight. When the first episode was broadcast on August 13th 1997 on the (then rather is unknown) channel Comedy Central, no one expected that it would once be one of the most successful US cartoon series next to the Simpsons and Family Guy.

At the beginning, the series created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone was mostly defined by black humor and foul language. However, it has evolved and more and more topics out of the worlds of politics, popular culture and the internet have been used in more recent episodes. Of course, this is always done in a satirical manner like in the episode "Make Love, Not Warcraft", which even was awarded an Emmy.

Before the first episode could be shown on TV, a special pilot was created and shown to a test auThence. This was rather unsuccessful and almost lead to the series not being shown on TV at all. Luckily, a whole first season was created after all, however, the pilot had to be trimmed down for the TV broadcast.

The Most Important Changes:

The first TV episode and the pilot differ quite greatly, among other things the plot was changed in order to enable a shorter running time.

- the opening and ending sequence were redone and many dialogs were cut (due to time reasons)
- Cartman's fiery flatulence is not a result from the anal probe (as on TV) but from too spicy food with which the boys wanted to pretend to have feaver in order to be able to leave school
- the pilot features a school nurse called "Nurse McSchwartz", which resembles "Nurse Gollum" from later episodes (except the fetus)
- there is actually nothing in Cartman's butt, he is just supposed to establish contact with the aliens using his farts
- Cartman has both a father and a sister in the pilot
- the scene in which the aliens contact cows because they think they are the smartest life forms on earth was added in the TV version
- there is an additional “Kick the Baby!”

The newly added scenes were not made with stop motion techniques but using computers, which can be seen from the shadows next to the characters. The background music was also redone, the pilot featured piano music (think "Peanuts"), whereas the TV version features the guitar bits that are still in use today.

The pilot can be found on the second season US DVD box set.













1. Geändertes Intro
TV version: 0:00 - 0:33
Pilot: 0:00 - 0:41
The pilot is about 8 seconds longer.

A new and more eclectic intro was created for the TV version. The animations are better and everything is a bit smoother. The ironic warning is completely new and the lyrics of the song were slightly changed.

Lyrics from the TV version:
I'm going down to South Park, gonna have myself a time.
Friendly faces everywhere, humble folks without temptation.
Going down to South Park, gonna leave my woes behind.
Ample parking day or night, people spouting, Howdy neighbor!
Headin' on up to South Park, gonna see if I can't unwind.
Mrph mhm mrm mhp mrph mmph mrph-prh mrph mmh mrmm mrh mpr mph mprh mph!
So, come on down to South Park and meet some friends of mine.

Lyrics from the Pilot:
I'm going out to South Park, gonna have myself a time.
Friendly faces everywhere, humble folks without temptation.
Going out to South Park, gonna leave my woes behind.
Ample parking day or night, people spouting, Howdy neighbor!
Headin' on out to South Park, gonna see if I can't unwind.
Mrph mhm mrm mhp mrph mmph mrph-prh mrph mmh mrmm mrh mpr mph mprh mph!
So, come on out to South Park and meet some friends of mine.

TV version:Pilot:



2. Missing Dialog
TV version: 1:20 - 1:29
Pilot: 1:29 - 1:40
The pilot is about 1 second longer.

The TV version lacks a very short part of Cartman's story after the first baby kick.

Dialog from the TV version:
Cartman: That's 'cause I was having these... bogus nightmares.

Dialog from the Pilot:
Cartman: Oh, dude. That's 'cause I was having these... bogus nightmares.

TV version:Pilot:



3. Missing Dialog
TV version: 3:17 - 3:18
Pilot: 3:30 - 3:32
The pilot is about 1 second longer.

The TV version does not show Kyle applauding himself after kicking his brother.

Dialog from the TV version:
Kyle: Kick the baby! (Ike flies through the bus windows)

Dialog from the Pilot:
Kyle: Kick the baby! (Ike flies through the bus windows) Good one!

TV version:Pilot:



4. Missing Scene
TV version: 3:35
Pilot: 3:49 - 3:53
The pilot is about 4 seconds longer.

In the TV version, Kyle does not tell his brother to go home when the boys are leaving by bus.

Dialog from the Pilot:
Kyle: Ike! Go home!
Mrs. Crabtree: I said sit dooowwwn!

Pictures from the Pilot:



5. Missing Scene
TV version: 3:52
Pilot: 4:10 - 4:12
The pilot is about 2 seconds longer.

Kyle asks Mrs. Crabtree again to stop the bus.
Dialog from the Pilot:
Mrs. Crabtree: Sit down, kid!
Kyle: But I have to get off!

Pictures from the Pilot:



6. Missing Dialog
TV version: 4:09 - 4:13
Pilot: 4:29 - 4:35
The pilot is about 2 seconds longer.

Kyle guesses that he will be in trouble and talks a bit longer about it in the pilot.

Dialog from the TV version:
Kyle: We have to do something!

Dialog from the Pilot:
Kyle: I'm in big trouble, you guys! We have to do something!

TV version:Pilot:



7. Missing Dialog
TV version: 4:55 - 4:58
Pilot: 5:17 - 5:23
The pilot is about 3 seconds longer.

The farmer tells Officer Barbrady that UFOs and the CIA were seen in the area, in the pilot he adds some speculation.

Dialog from the TV version:
Farmer: Yeah, and black army CIA helicopters and trucks.

Dialog from the Pilot:
Farmer: Yeah, and black army CIA helicopters and trucks. Like there's some kind of government cover-up going on.

TV version:Pilot:



8. Missing Dialog
TV version: 5:23 - 5:30
Pilot: 5:48 - 5:57
The pilot is about 2 seconds longer.

The farmer elaborates on his cover up theory after more cattle has disappeared in front of Officer Barbrady.

Dialog from the TV version:
Farmer: You see, there is somethin' funny goin' on!

Dialog from the Pilot:
Farmer: Well, that's just great! You see, there is somethin' funny goin' on!

TV version:Pilot:



9. Missing Dialog
TV version: 6:41 - 6:47
Pilot: 7:09 - 7:19
The pilot is about 4 seconds longer.

Kyle wants to get leave from school in order to go looking for his brother Ike, however, Mr. Cylinder does nothing but insult him. The rant of the latter is a bit longer in the pilot.

Dialog from the TV version:
Mr. Cylinder: Well, Kyle. No!! You hear me? You go to hell! You go to hell and you The!

Dialog from the Pilot:
Mr. Cylinder: Well, Kyle. No!! Nono, No! I'm Mr. Hat and you're, you're a little turd! You hear me? You go to hell! You go to hell and you The!

TV version:Pilot:



10. Altered Storyline
TV version: 6:50 - 7:17
Pilot: 7:22 - 7:39
The TV version is about 10 seconds longer.

The two versions differ after Mr Cylinder's insults.

In the TV Version, Cartman ridicules Kyle for having been insulted. He then gets his fiery farts that were, as his friends assume, created by the aliens. After Carman has set the exchange student Pip on fire, Mr. Garrison asks him to stop the farting.

In the pilot, Mr. Garrison asks his puppet to tell the children about Columbus, however, it is pissed and does not talk anymore. More insults between Kyle and the puppet follow.

Dialog from the TV version:
Cartman: Haha! Mr. Hat yelled at you. (Cartman fartst) Ah, my Ass!
Kyle: Dude!
Stan: Damn, Cartman.
Cartman: Ah, my ass!
Kyle: Dude he's farting fire!
Stan: It's the alien anal probe! It's shooting fire from Cartman's rectum.
Cartman: No, that was just a dream.
Mr. Garrison: Eric, do you need to sit in the corner until your flaming gasses are under control.
Cartman: No, Mr. Garrison, I'm fine.

Dialog from the Pilot:
Mr. Garrison: Ok Mr. Hat, Why don't we talk to the children about Columbus' uterus? Mr. Hat? Oh great, now Mr. Hat's all pissed off!
Kyle: Fuck Mr. Hat!
Mr. Zylinder: No no no, Fuck you!

TV version:Pilot:



11. Altered Storyline
TV version: 7:50 - 8:00
Pilot: 8:12 - 8:38
The pilot is about 16 seconds longer.

Stan asks Cartman in the canteen how he could still eat with his flatulence, in the pilot they make fun of Pip instead.

Dialog from the TV version:
Cartman: Uh, I sure am hungry.
Stan: How can you eat while you're farting fire?
Cartman: Shut up, dude. You're being totally immature.

Dialog from the Pilot:
Cartman: Uh, I sure am hungry.
Pip: 'Ello gentlemen, any of you blokes know what's for lunch today? Lunchy munchies, hmmm?
Cartman: Go away Pip, nobody likes you!
Stan: Yeh, what kind of name is Pip anyway?
Pip: Well, my father's family name being Pirrip, and my Christian name Phillip, my infant tongue...
Cartman: God Damnit, would you shut the hell up! Nobody gives a rat's ass.
Stan: Yeh, go away Pip.
Pip: Right-o.
Cartman: Dah, French people piss me off.

TV version:Pilot:



12. Altered Storyline
TV version: 8:31 - 9:02
Pilot: 9:11 - 9:16
The TV version is about 25 seconds longer.

On TV, Wendy appears and gives Stan an invitation. Due to his shyness, Stan pukes and cannot read the invitation before Wendy has left again. In the pilot, Kyle worries for his brother instead.

Dialog from the TV version:
Wendy: Hi, guys!
Kyle und Cartman: Hi, Wendy!
Wendy: Here Stan, this is for you.
Kyle und Cartman: Bye, Wendy!
Kyle: Dude, what does the note say?
Stan: Holy crap, it says she wants to meet me at Stark's pond after school.
Kyle: Wow, maybe you can kiss her.
Cartman: Or slip her the tongue.
Kyle: Or look at the cat on her feet, then touch her.
Stan: What? How do you know she has a cat?
Kyle: Come on, you guys, we need to figure out how to get out of school so we can get my little brother back.

Dialog from the Pilot:
Kyle: Guys! If I don't get Ike back from the visitors, my parents are gonna disown me. How can you even think of anything else?

TV version:Pilot:



13. Altered Storyline
TV version: 9:59 - 10:55
Pilot: 10:13 - 14:28
The pilot is about 198 seconds longer.

The four boys want to know how they can get out of school most easily. From now on, the two versions differ significantly.

In the TV Version, the anal probe comes out of Cartman's butt and the chef instantly knows what to do. He starts a fire alarm and thereby helps the children.

In the pilot, however, the chef gives the children especially hot tamale with which the children are supposed to pretend to have feaver. When the boys want to eat the tamale outside, fifth graders appear and force Cartman to eat all of them by himself. As a result, he starts his fiery farts with which he can even scare the fifth graders away. Cartman does not feel well and is brought to the school nurse, Ms. McSchwartz. During the examination, Cartman gets a flashback of the happenings on the UFO and bites on the thermometer. The nurse is angry and wants to give Cartman a reprimand, but then he starts farting again and the nurse throws them all out of her office.

Dialog from the TV version:
Stan: Mr. Garrison won't let us out of school. He thinks we're making it up.
Cartman: You are making it up.
Stan: Wow!
Cartman: What?
Kyle: That was cool!
Chef: It's some kind of symbiotic metamorphosis device this could mean the visitors want to communicate with us.
Cartman: Ah, I see. Now you gonna join in on the little joke.
Chef: It's no joke children! This is big!
Kyle: Please Chef, if I don't get out of school and get my little brother back from the aliens my parents are gonna disown me.
Chef: Uuuuuh, hold on now hold on now. Uhyouyouyou gotta help the children.
Cartman: You guys sure are going a long ways to try and scare me. I want my Salisbury steak!
Chef: Fire drill! Fire drill! Everybody out! Okay children, this is your chance!
Stan: Killer! Thanks, Chef.
Chef: Man o man, first contact with the alien visitors. I've gotta get myself ready!


Dialog from the Pilot:

In the canteen:
Stan: Our teacher won't let us out of school. He thinks we're making it up.
Cartman: You are making it up.
Chef: You can pretend you're sick. They'll send you home if you're sick.
Kyle: Nurse McSchwartz won't send you home unless you have a fever!
Chef: Uhuh-a fever. Uuuuuh hold on now hold on now. Uhyouyouyou gotta help the children.
Cartman: You guys sure are going a long ways to try and scare me. I want my Salisbury steak!
Chef: Okay. Okay. Just... each of you eat one of these. They're Chef's special extra-hot tamales. They'll raise your temperature long enough to get you all out of school.
Kyle: Rad!
Stan: Killer! Thanks, Chef.
Chef: Just be careful with those, now. They'll make you breathe fire!

Outside the school:
Pip: Are you quite sure it's safe?
Cartman: Yeah, it's just a slide, Pip. Don't be a wuss.
Pip: Ohoho dear, I cracked me noggin'.
Stan: Heh-heh. Good one, dumb-ass.
Cartman: Yeah. Why not give it another go, mate? Heh-heh.
Pip: Ohoho. I must flee... to the nurse's office.
Cartman: Goddamn, I hate that kid!
Stan: Okay. You eat your hot tamale first, Kyle.
Kyle: No way, dude, you go first.
Stan: He's your brother!
Kyle: Okay. Here goes...
Cartman: Hey Stan. Here comes Wendy Testaburger.
Stan: What? Where?
Wendy: Hi, guys.
Cartman und Kyle: Hi, Wendy.
Wendy: Here, Stan. This is for you.
Cartman und Kyle: Bye, Wendy.
Kyle: Dude, what does the note say?
Stan: Holy crap! It says she wants to meet me at Stark's Pond after school.
Kyle: Whoa! Maybe you can kiss her.
Cartman: Or slip her the tongue.
Kyle: Or look at the cat on her feet, then touch her.
Stan: What? How do you know she has a cat?
Cartman: I get it.
Fifth Graders: What are you girls doing?
Cartman: Oh, sonofabitch, the fifth graders.
Kyle: Uuuuh. We're about to eat tamales.
Fifth Graders: Give 'em to me!
Stan: You don't want them. They're really hot.
Fifth Graders: Well, then I wanna see the fat kid eat 'em all. Go on, fatty, eat 'em.
Cartman: I'm not fat, I'm big-boned!
Fifth Graders: Eat 'em all.
Stan: He doesn't have to.
Fifth Graders: Do it, or else we'll beat up your friends.
Stan: Wow, I guess you don't have a choice, fat boy.
Cartman: Ah dude, weak.
Fifth Graders: Go on, kid. Look at him? That's funny!
Kyle: Why don't you guys pick on somebody else?
Fifth Graders: Why don't you make us, shrimp?
Cartman: You guys. I don't feel so good.
Fifth Graders: Come on, guys, let's beat these little runts silly.
Cartman: Ow, my ass!
Kyle: Damn, Cartman.
Fifth Graders: Hey, wu-what's the matter with him?
Cartman: Oh 'scuse me-ooww, my aaaaas-aw!
Kyle: Dude, he's farting fire!
Fifth Graders: Let's get outta here!
Stan: Good job, Cartman!
Cartman: Huh. Eh. Yeah, that's right, I'm pretty tough, huh? Goddammit!
Kyle: Hey, wait a minute. This is our lucky break.

At the nurse's office:
Pip: And I hit me head on the concrete.
Nurse McSchwartz: Oh, it's not that bad. You just need a little antiseptic.
Kyle: Nurse McSchwartz, our friend is really sick. We have to take him home.
Nurse McSchwartz: Well, why don't ya get up on the table.
Pip: Oh, bother. I do hate to see another child in pain.
Stan: Shut up, Pip.
Nurse McSchwartz: Young man, we do not say 'shut up' in school. Are you sure you're not fakin'? You know your friends Stan and Kyle pretend to be sick a lot.
Stan: Hey! This time it's different. Our friend is really sick.
Nurse McSchwartz: Well, I'll take his temperature and see if he has a fever. Oh! That's it! You boys get back to class and stop wasting my time, or I'm gonna write an office referral.
Cartman: Oh, my ass!
Nurse McSchwartz: Oh, my God!
Cartman: Excuse me.
Kenny, Kyle und Stan: We told you!
Nurse McSchwartz: Well, What the hell is wrong with you?
Stan: Oh, nothing. He's just shooting balls of fire out his ass.
Kyle: So, can we get out of school and take him home now?
Nurse McSchwartz: Yes. Yes. Just get him the hell away from me!
Pip: Oh, dear. I do hope he'll be okay.
Nurse McSchwartz: Shut up, Pip.
Pip: Right-o.


Pictures from the TV version:



Pictures from the Pilot:



14. Missing Dialog
TV version: 11:03 - 11:06
Pilot: 14:37 - 14:40
The pilot is about 1 second longer.

A short part of a sentence is missing after the boys have left school due to the previous changes.

Dialog from the TV version:
Stan: Okay, Cartman, you can stop farting fire now.


Dialog from the Pilot:
Stan: Okay, Cartman, we got out of school, you can stop farting fire now.


TV version:Pilot:



15. Altered Dialog
TV version: 11:34 - 11:39
Pilot: 15:08 - 15:13
No difference in running time.

In the TV Version, Kyle notices that the thing in Cartman's butt is connected to the aliens. In the pilot, he only states that Cartman is connected to the aliens.

Dialog from the TV version:
Kyle: That thing in his butt is linked up to the visitors!


Dialog from the Pilot:
Kyle: Cartman is linked up to the visitors!


TV version:Pilot:



16. Missing Dialog
TV version: 12:27 - 12:27
Pilot: 16:05 - 16:08
The pilot is about 2 seconds longer.

Some short dialog is missing after the UFO has killed Kenny. Stan asks whether Cartman really did not see it.

Dialog from the TV version:
Kyle: Now, do you believe us, Cartman?
Cartman: No!


Dialog from the Pilot:
Kyle: Now, do you believe us, Cartman?
Cartman: No!
Stan: Didn't you see the UFO?
Cartman: No!


TV version:Pilot:



17. Missing Dialog
TV version: 12:40- 13:01
Pilot: 16:21- 16:44
The pilot is about 0,2 seconds longer.

The friends leave Kyle one by one, a short insult is missing in the TV Version.

Dialog from the TV version:
Stan: Dude, like Chef says, I've gotta get a piece of lovin' while the gettin's hot.
Kyle: Rats!


Dialog from the Pilot:
Stan: Dude, like Chef says, I've gotta get a piece of lovin' while the gettin's hot.
Kyle: Thanks a lot, dildo! Rats!


TV version:Pilot:



18. Additional Scene
TV version: 14:07 - 14:25
Pilot: 17:56
The TV version is about 18 seconds longer.

A short scene was added in the TV Version.

Cartman watches the news and the anchor announces that several crop circles have been spotted near South Park. One of the circles looks like Cartman, although he thinks it rather resembles Tom Selleck.

Dialog from the TV version:
Anchor: As the reports of UFO sightings increase more mysterious crop circle patterns are appearing in fields all around South Park. These crop circles when viewed from above form strange patterns.
Cartman: Hey, that kinda looks like... Tom Sellek.
Anchor: Could it be that aliens are trying to make contact with us here on earth.


Pictures from the TV version:



19. Altered Dialog
TV version: 14:55 - 15:06
Pilot: 18:26 - 18:35
The TV version is about 2 seconds longer.

Another short dialog was changed.

Dialog from the TV version:
Wendy: Well, if the fat kid has something implanted in his ass, maybe the visitors are using him as part of their plan. You should use the fat kid as bait to bring them back.


Dialog from the Pilot:
Wendy: Well, it's obvious that the fat kid has something implanted in his ass, and it's linked to the visitors somehow. Maybe you can use him as bait to get 'em back.


TV version:Pilot:



20. Missing Scene
TV version: 16:24
Pilot: 19:55- 21:04
The pilot is about 69 seconds longer.

The TV version lacks Cartman telling his friends to liberate him because he believes his mother was worried about him – although she is actually cooking and seems to be more concerned about the sauce than about her son. Cartman's dad and sister can be seen sitting at the table. Outside, the chef is approaching in his car and asks what is going on. When he learns that Ike is still missing and that the kids are trying to contact the aliens, he tries to help them by attracting them with his voice.

Dialog from the Pilot:

On the field:
Cartman: Come on, you guys, it's supper time! I bet my mom is worried sick.

At Cartman's:
Mrs. Cartman: Wait a minute. Something's missing. Oh yeah, the gravy.

On the field with the aliens:
Cartman: Untie me.
Stan: Well, looks like they're not gonna come, Kyle. What is that?!
Cartman: Ah, son of a bitch!
Kyle: Aw, it's just Chef in his Town and Country.
Chef: What's goin' on, children?
Stan: We're trying to lure the visitors back, but it's not working.
Kyle: I'll never see my little brother again! Wwaaaaa!
Chef: There there, Kyle. Can I offer you some advice?
Kyle: Sure.
Chef: I'm gonna make love to ya woman gonna lay you down by the fire...
Stan: Chef! We need help signaling the aliens.
Chef: Oh, right. Ey! Alien visitor-people! Down here!
Cartman: Ssh!
Chef: Come on now! Nice juicy fat kid!
Cartman: Goddammit, I'm not fat!
Stan: Come on, visitors. You can give him another anal probe.


Pictures from the Pilot:



21. Altered Scene
TV version: 16:33 - 17:22
Pilot: 21:12 - 21:26
The TV version is about 36 seconds longer.

In the pilot, the alien ship appears and tries to transport Cartman inside the ship. Chef is surprised and flees.

In the TV version, an eighty foot long satellite dish grows out of Cartman's butt and contacts the alien, he himself ignores it. Here, Chef does not try to help the boys but sits in his garden and waits for the appearance of the aliens.

Dialog from the TV version:
Cartman: I'm sick of it! It's completely immature.
Stan: Hey it's happening again.
Kyle: Wow, look at that.
Stan: Now do you believe us, Cartman.
Cartman: You guys can't scare me, I know you're making it all up!
Stan: Cartman, there's a eighty foot satellite dish sticking out of your ass.
Cartman: Sure you guys, whatever!
Chef: Oh boy, the aliens are going to make first contact. Hey, down here we are ready for your wisdom. And you only got twenty minutes before "Sanford and Son" is on.
Cartman: You guys, I'm seriously getting pissed off right now! I know there is no such thing as aliens. Ah, goddamit!


Dialog from the Pilot:
Cartman: I'm sick of it! It's completely immature. Oh, God-dammit!
Chef: I'm gettin the hell outta here!
Cartman: Hey!


TV version:Pilot:



22. Missing Scene
TV version: 18:22
Pilot: 22:28 - 22:29
The pilot is about 1 seconds longer.

One of several short scenes of Cartman being tied up at a tree is missing in the TV Version.

Pictures from the Pilot:



23. Altered Scene
TV version: 18:29 - 19:20
Pilot: 22:36 - 22:44
The TV version is about 44 seconds longer.

In the pilot, Kyle asks his brother to jump out of the ship.

The TV version also features the aliens giving the cows an alien device because they think that cows are the smartest life forms on earth.

Dialog from the TV version:
Ike: Help me doy tair.
Kyle: Ike, jump down, now! For the love of God, Ike, jump!
Ike: Don't harm me.
Alien: Greetings, cows of earth, we come in peace.
Cows: Really?
Kyle: Come on Ike! I promise I'll be nice to you from now on.
Ike: Don't kick the baby.
Alien: We have experimented with all the beings of earth, and we have learned that you are the most intelligent and wise.
Cartman: What the hell are they talking about?
Cows: Why did you turn some of us inside out?
Alien: Oh, that was Carl's fault. He's new.
Carl (Alien): Yeah, sorry about that. My Bad!
Kyle: Ike!
Alien: Take this device. It's a gift from us.
Kyle: Ike! Do your impersonation of David Caruso's career.


Dialog from the Pilot:
Ike: Help me doy tair.
Kyle: Ike, jump down, now! For the love of God, Ike, jump!
Ike: Please Kyle, Don't harm me.
Kyle: I promise I'll be nice to you Ike! I won't even kick the baby!


Pictures from the TV version:Pictures from the Pilot:



24. Additional Scene
TV version: 19:24 - 19:34
Pilot: 22:48
The TV version is about 9 seconds longer.

In the TV episode, Cartman's anal probe folds back into his butt again and the aliens leave earth.

Dialog from the TV version:
Aliens: Farewell cows, peace be with you!


Pictures from the TV version:



25. Additional Scene
TV version: 19:52 - 20:03
Pilot: 23:05
The TV version is about 11 seconds longer.

Instead of the aliens, Chef is visited by two women in the TV version.

Dialog from the TV version:
Chef: Wait, were are you going alien visitors, come back!
Woman: Well, Chef, where's this amazing thing you're gonna show us?
Chef: Well, it's in the bedroom, ladies, come on in.

Pictures from the TV version:



26. Additional Scene
TV version: 20:24 - 21:35
Pilot: 23:27 - 25:04
The pilot is about 28 seconds longer.

After the aliens have left earth, Wendy tries to kiss Stan again. He has to puke again, but she does not mind this time.

In the TV version, the two joke about the puke a bit longer. Stan and Kyle are curious about the alien device when they are standing at the bus stop the next morning. Officer Barbrady still tries to keep the cows in check, but they can control him using the alien device. The episode ends with Cartman falling from the sky, still thinking everything was just a bad dream.

In the pilot, Stand and Kyle are standing at the bus stop when Kenny suddenly appears and pretends that nothing has happened. Barbrady appears and wants to convine the boys that aliens do not exist, even when they point at one standing in the area. Kyle's brother appears like at the beginning of the episode and also gets kicked again, this time into Mrs. Cartman's window. Eventually, Cartman falls from the sky and Stan talks about the previous day's adventure. Even Pip has a short appearance at the end.

Dialog from the TV version:
In the forest:
Wendy: Hey, what's that?
Stan: That's... a hamburger from... that's from, like, two days ago.
Wendy: What about that.
Stan: I don't know what the hell that is...

At the bus stop:
Stan: Gee, the bus'll be here any minute, and Cartman still isn't around.
Kyle: Yeh, we're running out of friends.
Stan: I wonder what that thing was the visitors gave the cows.
Officer Barbrady: Haha, cows. I got you cornered! Let's see you get away now! I love to sing-a! About the moon-a and June-a and the spring-a. I love to sing-a about a sky of blue-a or a tea or a two-a...
Stan: Oh, hey Cartman.
Kyle: Wow Cartman, the visitors dropped you off just in time to go to school.
Cartman: Ah, man, I had this crazy nightmare last night.
Stan: Really, what about?
Cartman: Well, I was standing out in a field and I had this huge satellite dish sticking out of my butt and then there was hundreds of cows and aliens and then I went up on the ship and Scott Bale gave me pink eye.
Stan: That wasn't a dream Cartman, that really happened.
Cartman: Oh, right, why don't I have pink eye then?
Kyle: Cartman, you do have pink eye!
Cartman: Ah, son of a bitch!

Dialog from the Pilot:
Im Wald:
Wendy: Hey, what's that?
Stan: That's... a hamburger from... that's from, like, two days ago.

At the bus stop:
Stan: Gee, the bus'll be here any minute, and Cartman still isn't around.
Kyle: Yeh, we're running out of friends.
Kenny: Hi guys, what's goin' on?
Stan: Oh. Hey Kenny.
Kyle: Heyy-you're looking pretty good, Kenny.
Kenny: Thanks!
Officer Barbrady: I just want you boys to know that absolutely nothing out of the ordinary happened here in South Park last night.
Kyle: We know about the visitors, Officer Barbrady. You don't have to cover them up to us.
Officer Barbrady: Visitors? Huhuhuh. That's a hoot! Say, you guys haven't seen a herd of cattle around here, have you?
Stan: No. Did you ask those people over there?
Officer Barbrady: Yeah, they didn't know anything. Take care, boys. Okay, bye.
Ike: Abisitor.
Kyle: Dude! Ike, you can't come to school with me! I'm not going through all that again.
Stan: He seems to be his normal self.
Kyle: Yeah. You know, I still can't believe how upset I was when I thought he might be gone for good. Ready, Ike? Kick the baby!
Ike: Don't kick the baby.
Kyle: Kick the baby!
Mrs. Cartman: What the? Ungh. Now, who would kick a baby through my window?
Stan: Oh, hey Cartman.
Kyle: Wow Cartman, the visitors dropped you off just in time to go to school.
Cartman: Aah-feel like-uh so weak, dude.
Stan: What a grand adventure this has been.
Pip: God bless us, every one.
Cartman: That's it. Soon as I can walk again, I'm gonna kick that kid's ass!

TV version:Pilot:



27. Ending Credits
TV version: 21:35 - 21:48
Pilot: 25:04 - 25:43
The pilot's ending credits are about 25 seconds longer.

They were redone for the TV versiona as well and are much shorter there.

TV version:Pilot:





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