Kyle, Mr. Garrison and Mr. Slave travel to New York City to bring an end to the latest "metrosexual" fad, and discover that it's actually part of a crab-people conspiracy to take over the planet.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / TV Announcer / Carson Kressley / Randy Marsh / Skeeter / Conner / Clyde / Mr. Garrison / Timmy / Mr. Tweak / Jason / Kyan Douglas / Ticket Salesman / TV Executive / Jai Rodriguez / Policeman / The Crab People / News Reporter / Officer Barbrady (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Stuart McCormick / Gerald Broflovski / Butters Stotch / Craig / Jimbo Kern / Thorn Filicia / Mr. Tucker / Metrosexual Man (voice)
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When the metro-sexual craze hits South Park, Kyle and Mr. Garrison travel to New York to meet with the cast of "Queer Eye For The Straight Guy." When they arrive, they discover the cast's horrible secret. Written by Mike

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This episode was voted #4 on Ten South Park episodes that changed the world. Despite this Trey Parker and Matt Stone consider it one of their least favorite episodes in the series. See more »

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Mr. Garrison: Why won't anyone pound Mr Slave's butt?
Randy Marsh: Um, we don't pound butt, Mr Garrison, we're straight.
Mr. Garrison: Those pants and those shoes say you pound butt!
Jimbo: Hey, now that's not true. My shoes don't say I pound butt.
Mr. Garrison: No, your shoes say you take it in the butt!
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Decent ep
5 January 2009 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

South Park Is Gay wasn't really all that funny, but it was an alright episode.It involves everybody in south park turning into metrosexuals(straight guys who take care of themselves like homosexuals).Kyle does not want to be part of the fad and is rejected by his friends and gets beat up.Meanwhile, Mr.Garrison sees that the show is making the gays lose their culture.So Kyle,Garrison,Mr.Slave and eventually all the women in South Park all plot to murder the Queer Eye for the straight guy cast.But it turns out the cast are not human in an interesting twist.There are some funny moments in this episode and the social themes are present as usual, but it's not that great of an episode.


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