Robert Redford has relocated the Sundance Film Festival to South Park after the old location becomes too overrun with Hollywood pretension. At first the residents are overjoyed at the attention, but soon see the downside of the influx of stars and tourists. Meanwhile, Kyle discovers that Mr. Hankey, who lives in the sewers during the year, is in poor condition due to all the health food the Hollywood visitors eat. Kyle's pleas to Redford to move the festival elsewhere are ignored until at last Mr. Hankey finds the strength to exact his revenge. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
Did You Know?
While taking a crap, Kyle is singing the 1972 Johnny Nash
song "I Can See Clearly Now" from the album of the same name. See more
When Wendy drags Stan off to their first independent film viewing together, Fred Savage can be seen in the audience. Fred Savage doesn't arrive in South Park until later in the episode. See more
[referring to the Mr. Hankey motion picture
Who the hell cast Tom Hanks in this? Tom Hanks can't act his way out of a nutsack!
Spoofs Lonesome Cowboys