South Park: Season 2, Episode 12

Clubhouses (23 Sep. 1998)

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Stan builds a clubhouse so he can play truth or dare with Wendy. Meanwhile, he deals with his parents' unexpected divorce.



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Episode cast overview:
Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Phillip / Randy Marsh / Fat Abbot / Mr. Garrison / Mr. Mackey / 3rd Fat Abbot character / Roy / Teenage Boy #1 / Clyde / Bill Cosby / Teenage Boy #2 (voice)
Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Terrance / Rooney / Scott / TV Presenter / Yolanda / Teenage Boy #3 (voice)
Mary Kay Bergman ...
Wendy Testaburger / Sharon Marsh / Liane Cartman / Teenage Girl #1 / Teenage Girl #2 / Woman in Car (voice) (as Mary Kay Bergman aka Shannen Cassidy)
Jennifer Howell ...
Bebe Stevens (voice)
Chef (voice)


Egged on by Wendy, Stan and Kyle start building a tree-house in Stan's backyard with the goal of eventually being able to play Truth or Dare with Wendy and Bebe (who has developed a crush on Kyle). Jealous of Stan's tree-house, Cartman enlists Kenny's help in building an even bigger one of their own. Meanwhile, Stan's parents make a surprise announcement that they're getting a divorce, and Stan soon meets his new step-father, who immediately begins cracking the whip. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <>

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One of the girls who crashes at Cartman's clubhouse wears a D.V.D.A T-shirt, D.V.D.A was Trey Parker and Matt Stone's band before they made South Park. It is a porn term that stands for "double vaginal, double anal". See more »


Mr. Garrison: Stan, are you paying attention?
Stan: Yes, Mr. Garrison.
Mr. Garrison: Well then, Stanley, what did I just say?
Stan: [pause] Um, you said that even though Charo appeared 12 times on the Love Boat, the episode with Captain and Tennille got higher ratings.
Mr. Garrison: Well, okay, I suppose you were paying attention.
Kyle: [whispers] Good guess dude.
Stan: [whispers] Phew.
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When South Park Goes Downhill.
13 August 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

After their previous episode: "Roger Ebert Should Lay Off The Fatty Foods", which has almost nothing to do with Roger Ebert himself, Trey Parker And Matt Stone made an episode called "Clubhouses". It is a decent episode, but it felt more like an episode of The Simpsons than a South Park episode. The plot evolves around The Boys opening their own clubhouses, Stan and Kenny in one group and Kenny and Cartman in the other group. They are hoping to get girls to go round to theirs and to play "Truth Or Dare!" Meanwhile, Randy And Sharon (Who Are Stan's Parents) split up, leaving Stan with a boring Stepfather named Roy. This would have been a suitable kid's cartoon if it didn't have the naughty language and behavior, and it also lacks the traditional Politically Incorrect humor that South Park commonly satires. One good thing about this episode was, that it had a very funny Fat Albert parody in it! Apart from that, South Park was going downhill, quite a bit.

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