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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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)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Hippie #4 / Hippie #6 / Hippie #8 / Gerald Broflovski / Jimbo Kern / Butters / Hippie #12 / Hippie #15 (voice)
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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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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 »

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When Stan comes back from the stage to his friends, Kyle's saying something but no sound is heard. See more »

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Eric Cartman: [to the hippies he has locked up in his basement] Here, here's some joints and a guitar.
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Cartman's a hero
25 November 2008 | by (Mexico City) – See all my reviews

Originally aired on 16 March 2005 this episode is such a great one, hilarious and fair. This time Stan, Kyle and Kenny are hippies (Kyle wears a Che Guevara t-shirt by the way), they are kids so they can be interested in the words of an adult who sees to know everything about the world but for sure kids are not fools. Once they see everything with their own eyes they realize about the fact that hippies are just there to listen to music for days and smoke pot 24 hours peer day so the kids will have in mind the following question: how can the hippies can be changing the world if they are only listening to music and smoking pot? So certainly Stan, Kyle and Kenny will end hating the dirty hippies but certainly not as much as Cartman, I think that is almost impossible! Cartman is just great here, he know everything about dirty hippies, he knows the different types of hippies and he locked a bunch of them in his basement so he ended in jail but unfortunately for the citizens of South Park Cartman was totally right but fortunately Cartman could get the necessary for his plan and in the end Raining Blood by Slayer saved South Park of the hippies! Definitely Cartman was a true hero and Kyle will suffer a little.

Watch this great episode and check the bizarre situation with the mayor and the quantity of hippies that were in South Park after a short period of time!

Something from Trey and Matt's mini commentary: Matt and Trey meet Boulder, Colorado where they went to school and there they learned to hate hippies. Matt also says that they know hippies talk and that he knows hippies better than they know themselves!


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