Cartman leads the resistance when a mass of hippies accumulates in South Park and starts a music festival.
Did You Know?
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
Hello, ma'am. I'm working to clean up the neighborhood from parasites. Do you mind if I take a quick look around your house? I'm afraid you may have hippies.
Yeah, they've been poppin' up all over the neighborhood lately. Ms. Nelson next door had seven hippies in her basement; they usually live in colonies. Hm, I don't like the sound of that. Could I take a look in your attic?
References Independence Day
Written by Jeff Hanneman
and Kerry King
Performed by Slayer See more