South Park: Season 7, Episode 14

Raisins (10 Dec. 2003)

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Stan becomes inconsolable after Wendy breaks up with him, and Butters has a crush on a sexy waitress at a local restaurant.



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Episode cast overview:
Nico Agnone ...
Kindergoth (voice)
Jennifer Howell ...
Bebe Stevens (voice)
Lexus (voice)
Mona Marshall ...
Cathy O'Malley ...
Raisins Girl (voice)
Wendy Testaburger / Mercedes / Porsche / Coffee Waitress (voice) (as Eliza Jane Schneider)


Stan is so heartbroken when Wendy dumps him that he turns goth. Meanwhile, Butters learns about unrequited love when he falls for a waitress at a local restaurant. Written by Mike

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Raisins, the restaurant introduced here, is a parody of the Hooters chain of restaurants. While "hooters" is a slang term for large breasts, "raisins" is a slang term for small breasts. See more »


It's daytime when Butter calls up Lexus at Raisins, but it's nighttime over at his house. See more »


Stan: Jimmy, will you go talk to Wendy for me?
Jimmy: F-F-for wh-what?
Stan: Just go talk to her, and be poetic. Tell her she's my muse. No, tell her... tell her... she's a continuing source of inspiration to me.
Jimmy: She's what?
Stan: She's a continuing source of inspiration to me.
Jimmy: Okay. Hey, W- Hey, Wendy.
Wendy: Yeah?
Jimmy: Stan says you're a cont... you're a cont... Stan says you're a cont- cont...
[sounds like "cunt"]
Wendy: Well, tell Stan to stop!
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Excellent episode with a mix of comedy, drama and romance
28 September 2008 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

Raisins is one of my favorite episodes of South Park.It is also one of the sadder episodes.Wendy decides she wants to break up with Stan.Stan then becomes really depressed and tries to get Wendy back but he simply cannot.The boys then take him to raisins(a hooters like restaurant).Butters then falls in love with a girl there but she only wants him for his money(he gives her good tips).Stan still cannot get over Wendy and becomes an Emo.There are plenty of funny scenes in this episode but it also shows how you feel after a break up.The mix of comedy, drama and romance makes raisins one of my favorite episodes.


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