Cartman's thoughts when Kyle dies. Spoilers for Imaginationland.
Note: I do not own South Park or any of its characters. Spoilers for Imaginationland; quotes will be in italics. Oh, and I suppose this could be read as slash but I really just mean it as platonic. Since Cartman seemed genuinely shaken up by Kyle's death, but he (Cartman) clearly has antisocial personality disorder, the only thing that makes sense is that he considers Kyle a possession.
"I'm sorry. He's…gone." The scientist/doctor guy said sadly.
"Kahl's…dead?" Cartman couldn't understand. How could Kyle be dead? That just couldn't happen! Could it?
"Dammit!" The government asshole who had kidnapped Kyle and Stan looked up at the ceiling. "Dammit!"
" No! Kahl can't die!" Cartman protested going to lean over Kyle. Pale skin seemed even paler, almost translucent; his lips were beginning to turn blue. And worst of all: Blank, green eyes, stared up. Straight into Cartman's.
"I'm sorry, young man." The scientist/doctor guy muttered.
"Kahl?" Cartman whispered. This didn't make any sense. Kyle was his enemy! And things that were Cartman's didn't just die! "NO!" Cartman howled, slapping Kyle's cheek "NO! HE'S GOT A STRONG HEART! HE WANTS TO LIVE!"