In South Park, Eric Cartman has been seeking revenge on Kyle for some time. As a result of that revenge, Cartman inflicted disease on Kyle, exploited his family, and even tried to get rid of the Jews. But while Kyle usually has the advantage, South Park: Covid Cartman’s Post offers the perfect replacement, albeit at a price.
Now Kyle Cartman has done his thing, and of course, Cartman deserves it. But decades later, when the COVID-19 pandemic ended, Kyle is surprised to learn that Cartman is now an exemplary citizen. Cartman is a rabbit, which leads Kyle to seduce him into thinking it’s another choice that Cartman has hidden deep inside.
Kyle quickly realizes he is wrong as Cartman has a family with three loving children. Cartman’s wife, too, is like Kyle’s mother. But gradually, Kyle lets go of the hatred for saying that Cartman, who imitates Torah verses with his family, is genuinely sincere about his new life.
However, it does not help to reverse the trend that is in Cartman to hear. Room. It’s like Cartman tearing him apart, and it only gets worse when his kids insult Kyle for hating their dad. But in a way, Cartman is the most important person, and he wants them to show love to Kyle; that’s the biggest insult he can offer.
Cartman is genuinely healed and performs selfless acts of love and kindness, leaving viewers amazed that he is not the child they are used to. However, her generous routine changes as the last moments show that girls need to go back in time to stop the pandemic or work to find a cure in the future.
Kenny’s desire to travel is to be himself again, which Kyle and Stan enjoy being a part of because they hate the bitter and bland people they have become. On the other hand, Cartman is happy, so he decides to take his family with him and flee. He does not want to be only again, and unfortunately, this move could ruin the snow-covered city of Colorado.