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She also shows further resolve in the episode "HUMANCENTi PAD", where she refused to buy Cartman an i Pad because it was way too expensive and then refused to head back to Best Buy to get a Toshiba Handbook due to Cartman's unacceptable behavior at the store.
However, in the episode "201", it is revealed that she actually isn't a hermaphrodite, and that the town of South Park lied in order to protect the Denver Broncos.
" when he protests), and the only discipline she dispenses is a very rare slap on the head when Eric embarrasses her in public; and infrequent grounding such as when he tried to exterminate the Jews, or when he saw the Terrance and Phillip movie two times then accidentally made Kenny set himself on fire.
She has shown admonishing him not to pick his nose (to which he insists he's only scratching it).
It is explained that Liane had questioned whether or not tell Eric, not because of her own personal feelings, but because the Broncos had been having a really good year, and she along with the rest of the town did not want to distract from the game season.
Liane shows great deference to her overweight son Eric, and has been seen on numerous occasions bowing to his will, constantly spoiling him rotten.
It is seen that Eric and his mother have a great bond with each other.
However, since the episode "Tsst", she has begun to grow resistant to his whining and his demands — seen in "Go God Go" and "Go God Go XII", where she is quite stern with him when he shows great impatience regarding the release date of the Wii console.
For example, in "Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Slut" she gives a plate of cookies to Officer Barbrady at the Drunken Barn Dance, and behind the Cartmans' couch is a picture of her and Cartman by Mount Rushmore, in which she is holding a plateful of cookies.
She is named after Liane Adamo, the ex-fiancée of South Park co-creator Trey Parker.
The engagement was broken up because she reportedly committed infidelities on Parker during their engagement. The character of Liane Cartman is one of the characters (another was the horse Liane from Parker's Cannibal!
The Musical) Parker created as a bitter "tribute" to her.
Liane is a good-natured individual but with a definite edge to her.