Stan enlists the help of an elite team of religious leaders including Jesus and Mohammed to help him rescue Kyle from a cult.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / David Blaine / Man in Crowd / Stephen / Show Announcer / Lao Tzu / Joseph Smith / Sea Man / Narrator / Moses / George Bush / George's Friend / Abraham Lincoln Statue (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Butters Stotch / Pamphlet Giver / Blaintologist / Jesus / Buddha / Muhammad / Carl / Krishna (voice)
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Stan enlists the help of an elite team of religious leaders including Jesus and Mohammed to help him rescue Kyle from a cult.

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The Center for Magic is identical to the Waco, TX compound from 1993. See more »

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Kyle's hat disappears and reappears through some of the Blainetology scenes. See more »

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Blanetologist: Oh, I've got a trick for you to learn. I can show you how to make your true self appear. Let me ask you all something. Do you consider yourselves to happy?
Leopold 'Butters' Stotch: I don't think I'm very happy. I always fall asleep to the sound of my own screams.
Blanetologist: [Long pause] Right. You see the reason that you're unha...
Leopold 'Butters' Stotch: [interrupting] And then I always get woken up to the sound of my own screams. Do you think I'm unhappy?
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References David Blaine: Street Magic (1996) See more »

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Weird episode
27 September 2008 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

Super Best Friends is a strange little episode of South Park.It has something to do with cults, in this case the cult of David Blaine the magician.He comes to South Park and shows off his magic tricks.The kids are wowed by it and join the David Blaine camp, however its really a cult.Stan decides to leave but Kyle does not want to.Stan is now worried for Kyle and the others.Blaine then states his plans for a mass suicide because they would not make his religion "Blanetology" legitimate.Stan then asks the help of the "Super Best Friends".They include Jesus, Buddha and the prophet Muhammed(years after this episode aired there was controversy about Muhammad being shown in a newspaper and South Park spoofed this in the Cartoon wars episode).Super Best Friends is an weird and good South park episode.


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