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Cartman learns a painful lesson about economics while Kyle clings to life in this typically irreverent episode of South Park. Cartman buys his own amusement park, and refuses to allow anyone to share it, when he inherits one million dollars. Kyle is diagnosed with a very painful hemorrhoid. Kyle loses faith in God because he suffers while the loathsome Cartman is deliriously happy. By the end of the episode the tables have been turned, and Kyle's faith is restored. "Cartmanland" first aired July 25, 2001, on Comedy Central.