South Park: Season 5, Episode 14

Butters' Very Own Episode (12 Dec. 2001)

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Butters' mother snaps and tries to kill her son after the revelation that her husband frequents gay bath houses.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Chris Stotch / Theme Song Singer / Spa Clerk / Mr. Garrison / News Reporter / Journalist #2 / Officer Barbrady / Policeman / Patsy Ramsey / Jud Crandall / Gary Condit / Man in Crowd (voice)
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Butters' mother snaps and tries to kill her son after the revelation that her husband frequents gay bath houses.

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Bennigans, the restaurant Butters likes to eat at with his family, is an actual chain of restaurants. See more »

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In this episode Butters' father's first name is Chris, while in later shows it changes to Steven. See more »

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Butters: [reporting to his mother what he saw when he spied on his father, who was on gay escapades] Yeah, and then he went wrestling.
Mrs. Stotch: Wrestling?
Butters: Yeah, he wasn't very good, this one guy had him pinned for 15 minutes straight.
[Mrs. Stotch faints]
Butters: Have a good trip? See you next fall.
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Great episode, despite hardly having the main boys
12 December 2008 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

Like the episodes "Pip" or "Not Without My Anus", this episode does not have much of the four main boys.The episode focuses on the character "Butters", who would be Kenny's replacement during the first half of Season 6.In my opinion it's better than "Pip" was and is a very messed up and funny episode.Butters lives with his parents in a happy home.The parents anniversary is coming up and Butters decides to spy on his dad to see what he is getting his mom.So he follows, taking pictures and notices he goes into a gay bath house and a gay-porn movie theater.He is oblivious to this and takes the pictures to his mother.His mother then goes insane and tries to kill Butters by drowning him in the lake.Butters then goes on an adventure back home, oblivious that his mother tried to kill him.Meanwhile, his mother and father forgave each other after a long talk and came up with a story that Butters was kidnapped by some Puerto Rican guy, spoofing such murder cases as the ones of OJ Simpson's wife and JonBenet Ramsey, who both make appearances in this episode and say there loved one was killed by a Puerto Rican guy.This is a very funny and entertaining episode, and I really enjoyed it despite not having the four main boys.


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