The Male v. Female Battle About Farting v. Queefing Rages in South Park Episode 1304, “Eat, Pray, Queef”

This was definitely the first totally asinine episode of the season, all about farting and queefing. The incredible part was the degree to which it played on South Park lore and history.

The episode begins with the boys’ excitement of the second in a two part Terrance and Philip episode. However, as today is April 1st (i.e. the air date of South Park episode 1304), as an April Fool’s joke, the continuation of the Terrance and Philip episode is not aired. Why is this awesome?

Because 12 years ago on April 1st, instead of showing South Park fans the much-desired first episode of season 2, which would have answered the season finale cliff hanger of season 1’s “Cartman’s Mom is a Dirty Slut” episode – i.e. who is Cartman’s father? – Trey Parker and Matt Stone aired a totally bogus episode all about Terrance and Philip doing some pointless stuff. Fans were insanely furious and protested vehemently.

And that’s exactly what the boys did in this episode 12 years later when their episode of Terrance and Phillip was replaced with an episode of The Queef Sisters – a show about two women who do the female version of farting, queefing!

The entire episode – which is very funny, filthy and silly – is about men being grossed out by women’s queefs and fighting to stop women from queefing. Of course, women defend their queefs and protest men’s farts. And that’s where we see the strong divide between the sexes.

After the men succeed in banning women’s farts, Sharon Marsh makes an impassioned speech about how far women have come and how queefing was the one little thing they had to gross out men with – and how men took that away from them. Realizing their mistake, the men record a strong about how strong women are and how they deserve to queef. As a backdrop during the song we see pictures of women doing various things, including one of Hilary Clinton with an air poof coming out form between her legs.

Other hilarious part: Martha Stewart having festive queefs. Recalls episode 608, “Red Hot Catholic Love,” when interoretrogestion has her shoving an entire turkey up there.

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Ike Broflovski is Taken to Saddam Hussein’s Canada in South Park Episode 715, “Christmas in Canada”

When Ike Broflovski’s birth-parents interrupt quiet, family Hanukah prayers and insist on taking Ike back to Canada by decree of the new Canadian Prime Minister, Sheila and Gerald Broflovski are devastated. Cartman tells Kyle that this is what he gets for being Jewish at Christmas time: some Jesus revenge. In a show of unprecedented good faith, the South Park townsfolk offer to forgo Christmas gift-giving and donate all of their money to the Broflovskis for legal fees to take their case to Canada.

Rather than lose Christmas, the boys decide to help Kyle go to Canada and confront the Canadian Prime Minister about taking Ike. The whole time they want to hurry back to South Park, though, so that they are sure not to miss out on any Christmas adventures. Funny, since they are traversing Canada by foot after their plane crashed and confronting all sorts of weird and wacky characters Wizard of Oz style (with Scott, the dickhead Canadian as the Wicked Witch).

As their plane is crashing (it’s piloted by the same guy who owns City Wok and is called City [Shitty] Airlines), the pilot tells them: “As you can see it appears that we are going down. Now would be a good time to reflect on your life and pray to whatever deity you believe in.”

At the end of the episode, Kyle speaks about the importance of family and who we love and explains to the Canadian Prime Minister – who turns out to be the escaped Saddam Hussein! – that, “Family isn’t about whose blood you have in you. Family’s about the people who cared about you and took care of you. We’re not the same blood, but I love my little brother. We’ve taken care of him because he needed us to, and that makes us more family than anything.”

Very touching and a lovely Christmas episode.

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April Fools! Trey Parker and Matt Stone Yelled with “Terrance and Phillip in ‘Not Without My Anus,'” South Park Episode 201

Definitely the funniest thing about this episode is why it exists. As you may have noticed, it’s the first episode of the second season. Well, the cliffhanger “to-be-continued” season finale of the first season was “Cartman’s Mom is a Dirty Slut,” and was all about learning who Cartman’s father was.

Fans eagerly awaited the second season so that they could learn who Cartman’s father was and when it turned out that this episode was supposed to be aired on April 1st, Trey Parker and Matt Stone thought that a little April Fool’s joke was in order and so they made this totally ridiculous episode that was all about Terrance and Philip and a whole bunch of other nonsense.

The fans were pissed off (I wasn’t a viewer at the time). They were on board when it came to ragging on other people but when the joke-stick was pointed their way, they were not amused. I think that’s hilarious, though if I’d cared at the time I’d probably have been pissed off too.

One notable moment in this episode is Terrance and Philip and the person at the airport having no ability to differentiate between Middle Eastern countries like Iran and Iraq, insisting that they’re all the same. A comment on American (or Canadian?) ignorance about important regions of the world, hmm?

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