Cartman, Butters and Token become Christian rock stars so that Cartman can win his bet with Kyle. Meanwhile, Kyle, Stan and Kenny learn the sad consequences of illegally downloading music from the Internet.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Randy Marsh / F.B.I. Agent #1 / Sergeant Yates / News Reporter / T-Shirt Salesman / Chris Fest Host / Trinity Lead Singer / Sanctified Drummer / Show Organiser / Lars Ulrich / James Hetfield / Michael Collins / Faith +1 Commercial / Postman / Britney Spears (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Butters / Gerald Broflovski / F.B.I. Agent #2 / Sanctified Band Member #2 / Sanctified Band Member #3 (voice)
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Sheila Broflovski / Bible Saleswoman / Old Woman (voice)
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Cartman starts a Christian rock band in an attempt to get a platinum album before Kyle. Meanwhile, the boys get into legal trouble when they download music off the Internet. Written by Mike

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The musicians who join Moop in the front yard are Metallica, the Lords of the Underworld, Meat Loaf, Rancid, Rick James, Missy Elliott, Britney Spears, Master P and his family, Ozzy Osbourne and Blink 182. See more »

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Butters and Token switch places at least once on the photo shoot for the album cover. Cartman also raises a different number of fingers each time. See more »

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Token Williams: This Christian album better make as much money as you said it would, tubby!
Eric Cartman: [to himself] I'm going to kill you one day, Token.
Token Williams: What did you say?
Eric Cartman: Nothing.
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Very funny episode!
8 November 2008 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

Christian Rock Hard is one of the episodes that came with the "Passion Of The Jew" DVD, which includes that episode, this one and "Red Hot Catholic Love".Now, it would not be worth it as it is only three episodes, but back in 2004 when I bought it, they did not have South Park episodes online(at least I did not know about it), and Comedy Network(Canada's comedy central) did not get new episodes until a year later! Anyway, this is a very funny episode which I still quote to this day.Cartman thinks that Christian Rock will make them rich, Kyle disagrees.So he makes a bet with him for $10 that he will get a platinum album before he does.Cartman gets Token and Butters in his band.Token thinks he cannot play base guitar, but Cartman knows he can...because he's black.This is a very funny gag in the episode.Their band is called Faith +1.Meanwhile, Stan,Kyle and Kenny get busted for illegally downloading music.They then realize the error of their ways and also realize that they will not make money, so they stage a strike.Christian Rock Hard is a hilarious episode of South Park!


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