However, he has softened Cartman’s voice over the years. He found after a couple of seasons that doing the voice made his throat hurt, so he slowly fazed out the harshness of it. Cartman’s voice also changed after the season 3 episode “The Red Badge of Gayness,” which revolved around a Civil War re-enactment.
Comedy Central’s South Park just started its 25th season — but many fans weren’t happy about the change the show brought to Mr. Mackey’s voice. While Mr. Mackey played a minimal role in South Park season 25 episode 1, “Pajama Day,” the marked change in Mr. Mackey’s iconic voice was almost impossible to miss.
Here are 10 Ways South Park Has Changed Since Season 1. It used to be that in every episode of South Park, Kenny died. Stan and Kyle would say, “Oh my God, they killed Kenny! You b*****ds!” And in the next episode, Kenny would miraculously reappear without explanation.
Season 25 of South Park is in full swing but fans of the animated series think they’ve spotted – or heard – a slight difference when it comes to a major character. After episode The Big Fix aired on Wednesday (9 February), some sharp-eared fans thought they noticed a change in Stan Marsh’s voice and took to social media to open a discussion.