When a prank convinces the boys that a whale in a local aquarium is an alien from the moon, they go to extreme measures to send it home.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Sea Park Announcer #1 / Stingray Tank Attendant / Timmy / Security Guard / Sgt. Harrison Yates / Russian President / Clyde / Tom the News Reader / Mitch the Reporter / Jimmy Valmer / Mexican #1 / Manuel / Truck Driver / Policeman #1 / A.L.F. Member / Mexican #3 (voice)
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When a prank convinces the boys that a whale in a local aquarium is an alien from the moon, they go to extreme measures to send it home.

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Trivia

The original idea with the sketch rendering of the boys was meant to be a really crude stick drawing. But then Matt and Trey thought that since the show is already rendered in such a crude fashion, it would be funnier to go the other way and have a detailed drawing of what the boys would like if they were real people. See more »

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The cops' motorcycles lean to the wrong side when they put them on their kick stands. All motorcycles' kick stands are on their left hand side because most riders prefer to dismount to the left, If the stand were on the right, you could not reach it from the left. See more »

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References Trading Spouses: Meet Your New Mommy (2004) See more »

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Long live the ZIPODS!
19 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was the funniest South Park episode I have seen in my life. Just the fact that these kids can kidnap a whale, take it to Tijuana, Mexico, and then put it on the moon is hilarious. I enjoy watching South Park, but this episode made me love watching South Park. I have a feeling that Free Willzyx will stay number 1 on my top ten South Park episodes for a long long time. Also, after watching this and many many other episodes, I have realized that these kids really have interesting lives. One of them should write an autobiography. I could picture it now: "A life of death" by Kenny McCormick, or "Screw You Guys, I'm going home" by Eric Cartman.


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