South Park: Season 3, Episode 13

Starvin' Marvin in Space (17 Nov. 1999)

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The government tries to hunt down Starvin' Marvin after he steals an alien spaceship.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Mr. Garrison / Agent Fix / Australian #2 / Australian #3 / Australian Mayor / Sally Struthers / Pat Robinson / Marklar #2 (voice)
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Starvin' Marvin, the young Ethiopian boy who was delivered to South Park by mistake two years earlier, finds an alien spacecraft out in the desert. After learning to fly the craft and visiting his old friends in Colorado again, he decides to use the ship to find a new home for his people, where they can escape the harassment of Christian missionaries. To help him on his way, the boys must outwit the FBI, Sally Struthers and Pat Robertson. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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The second time the boys go through the wormhole, Kenny is seen in the craft with them, even though he is on Sally the Hutt's ship frozen in carbonite. See more »

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Kyle Broflovski: Wait, wait. I think I can explain this whole thing. Marklar, these Marklars want to change your Marklar. They don't want this Marklar or any of his Marklars to live here because it's bad for their Marklar. They use Marklar to try and force Marklars to believe their Marklar. If you let them stay here, they will build Marklars and Marklars. They will take all of your Marklars and replace them with Marklars. These Marklars have no good Marklars to live on Marklars so they must come here to Marklar...
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So many get ripped
15 October 2011 | by (Pawtucket, RI) – See all my reviews

A hilarious episode. It had me laughing out loud. The greatest thing about it is how many people it ripped on and did it so well. Everyone from Sally Struthers, Christian Missionaries, the CIA, Pat Robertson and his 700 Club, Australians and even the aliens because of their language. My two favorite things in the episodes was the button turning the soundtrack song on/off and Pat Robertson making appeals to his viewers for additional spacecraft upgrades. There was great stuff in the whole episode. It's always fun when the boys team up in an episode. They still ripped on Eric but it's great when they are together for a whole episode fighting for the same good cause. Marvin, the kids, and the Marklar are the good guys and they can understand each other for the most part.


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