South Park: Season 9, Episode 2

Die Hippie, Die (16 Mar. 2005)

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Cartman leads the resistance when a mass of hippies accumulates in South Park and starts a music festival.



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Episode cast overview:
Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Hippie #1 / Hippie #2 / Hippe #5 / Hippie #7 / Hippie #9 / Hippie #10 / Security Guard / Randy Marsh / Mr. Mackey / Officer Barbrady / Tom the News Reader / Hippie #11 / Stephen Stotch / News Reporter / Man at Control Centre / Hippie Security Guard / Hippie #13 / Hippie #14 (voice)
Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Hippie #4 / Hippie #6 / Hippie #8 / Gerald Broflovski / Jimbo Kern / Butters / Hippie #12 / Hippie #15 (voice)
Hippie #3 / Sharon Marsh / Mayor McDaniels / Hippie #12 / Principal Victoria (voice) (as Gracie Lazar)
Mona Marshall ...
Elderly Woman / Linda Stotch / Sheila Broflovski (voice)
Kyle McCulloch ...
Chef (voice)


Cartman leads the resistance when a mass of hippies accumulates in South Park and starts a music festival.

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In the episode in which the town was overrun by hippies, the "know-it-all college hippies" would call the south park boys (and others) "Little Eichmanns". This is a reference to an essay by Colorado English Professor, Ward Churchill, called "Some People Push Back" in which he accused the victims of the terrorist attacks on the USA of 11 September 2001 as being "Little Eichmanns". See more »


Cartman intends to drive the hippies away by playing 'Raining Blood' by Slayer, reasoning that hippies can't stand Death Metal. Actually, Slayer play Thrash Metal. See more »


[Eric Cartman is in jail]
Mr. Mackey: Uh, hi, Eric, how's it going?
Eric Cartman: [sarcastically] Great. I love crapping in a toilet with no rim on it.
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Spoofs Armageddon (1998) See more »


Raining Blood
Written by Jeff Hanneman and Kerry King
Performed by Slayer
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Fairly good episode
28 January 2009 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

Die Hippie Die shows the most prominent example of Cartman's hatred for hippies.The episode shows how he is like an exterminator who kidnaps hippies and locks them in his basement.The police arrest Cartman and free all the hippies, which causes them to all start a music festival which the mayor feels is destroying the town.The people who disagreed with Cartman's methods, now want him to help them rid the town of the hippies.Meanwhile, Stan, Kyle and Kenny learn about how the corporations are evil and they start becoming hippies as well.This is a fairly good episode, nothing special though.


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