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Description: At a lower elevation, Randy orders the South Park residents to dig a trench to divert the lava away from the town. Hilariously subverted in Titan A. Earth The Book mentions Anal Probing in the Foreword as one thing humans who believe aliens have already visited Earth think extra-terrestrials came here to perform. After finishing the episode, Parker and Stone realized "Volcano" was about two minutes shorter than the time length required for the episode. The film was inspired by actual " Duck and Cover " films from the s and s, in which children were instructed to hide under tables or lean against walls in the case of a nuclear weapon attack;   Parker and Stone, like many critics of the films, found the methods painfully simplistic and did not believe they would actually help in the case of such an attack.