South Park: Season 2, Episode 1

Terrance and Phillip in Not Without My Anus (1 Apr. 1998)

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Terrance and Phillip must go to Iran to rescue Terrance's kidnapped daughter. Meanwhile Saddam Hussein takes over Canada.

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Phillip / Scott the Dick / Celine Dion / Judge / Delivery Man / Sally / Announcer (voice)
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Terrance / Ugly Bob / Saddam Hussein / Jury Forewoman (voice)
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In this Terrance and Phillip made-for-TV movie, Terrance receives word that his daughter Sally (whom he fathered with Celine Dion) has been kidnapped in Iran. They quickly find her in Iraq (not Iran) and head back home, only to learn that they've been lead on a wild goose chase orchestrated by their arch-enemy Scott, which has in turn allowed Saddam Hussein and his troops to flood into Canada. Realizing that Saddam has tricked him, Scott puts aside his differences with Terrance and Phillip to come up with a plan to get rid of the dictator for good. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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A "trailer" for the TV-special "Not without my Anus" was shown in South Park: Cartman's Mom Is a Dirty Slut (1998). See more »

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The scoreboard during the Rough Rider/Rough Rider game shows 4th down. Canadian rules football plays only 3 downs. See more »

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Scott: Who is this?
Saddam Hussein: Lets just say that I'm someone who can help you if you help me. Just call me your old pal Saddam Hussein.
Scott: Saddam Hussein? The Iraqi dictator?
Saddam Hussein: Hey relax guy, I'm just your average Joe. Take a rest.
Scott: What do you want?
Saddam Hussein: You want Terrance and Phillip *out* of Canada, I want you to bring my friends and me *into* Canada. That sounds like a fair trade, doesn't it? Super. Lets get started.
Scott: I'm not sure I should trust you.
Saddam Hussein: Hey, relax guy. Trust me.
[Ominous chord]
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Keeping up the pretense that this episode is a TV movie starring Terrance & Phillip, the following fake credits appear in place of the usual end credits: "1st Unit Supervising Fart Cutter -Gian Ganziano Moyel -John M. Watson Visual Effects Supervisor -Warren Fuller Pyrotechnics Supervisor -Carlos "Frogfingers" Palazio Animatronics Operator -John Baurley Special Underwater Pants Photography -Chris Fria Insemination Consulitant -Dariush Derakhshani Best Boy -"Uncle Jimbo" Valladao Boom Operator -David L. Yanover "Props" Dispenser -Christine A. Mueller Bead Puller -Lydia Quidilla Fart Coach -David Goodman Fart Wrangler -Adrien Beard Fart Coordinator -David List Fart Layout -Greg Postma Digital Fart Artist -Tony Postma Fart Foley -Albert Lozano Flatulence Designer -D.A. Young Location Scout -Toni Nugnes Welfare Teacher -Monica Schmidt Mitchell Transportation Chief -J.J. Franzen Make-up Artist for Terrance & Phillip -Alecia Shyngle Hair and Make-up for Mr. Hussein -Kelly Cross Body Double for Ms. Celine Dion -Katie W. Scott Body Double for Ugly Bob -Scott Oberholtzer Stunt Butt -Brandon Cruz Executive Assistant to John Cusak -Jennifer Howell Assistant to Terrance -Paul Shomer Assistant to Phillip -Jenny Shin Assistant to Ugly Bob -Jackie Watson Stand-in for Mr. Hussein -Andrew Kemler Personal Trainer to Mr. Hussein -Chris "Crispy" Brion Driver for Mr. Hussein -Margie Stubbs Personal Pilot for Terrance & Phillip -Angi Glenn Trainer for Barky and Purry -Bruce Howell Monkey Handler -Jon Singer Moose -Peter Merryman Moose Wrangler -Amy Winfrey Pharmaceutical Catering -Sean Laverty Kroff Services -Melissa Morvant, Karin Perrotta Voice Coach for Ms. Dion -Martin Cendreda Dialect Coaches -Jennifer M. Allen, Annie Combs, Steve Kindernay, David Koch, Sabrina Mar, Ivy Panlilo, James Sant' Anselmo, Holly Wenger Special Thanks -Denon Electronics, Chris Greenleaf, Kevin Morris, 3 Point Digital, Woodfin Camp & Associates, Zildjian" See more »

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Blame Canada!
29 July 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

While the previous episode (Cartman's Mom Is A Dirty Slut) aired last week and ended on a cliffhanger, fans of South Park were waiting to find out what was going to happen next. Instead of airing Part Two as planned, Trey Parker And Matt Stone decided to air an entire twenty two minute episode of Terrance And Phillip. In this episode, Terrance And Phillip must look for Terrance's lost daughter! What I really liked about this episode was that it introduced The Extremely Crazy, Diabolical And Homosexual Saddam Hussein, who in this episode, he plans to take over Canada and then the world. For a cartoon, the animation was colourful, but not very well detailed, and there were some live action moments too! (Hence The Llama And Saddam Hussein's Head!) It will probably disappoint some South Park fans, but it is really for the Toilet Humored Lovers it is aimed at! I still recommend this episode!

Overall Rating: 7/10!


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