Jimmy and Timmy form a club for people who were handicapped from birth. They call it the Crips, and soon find themselves caught up in gang warfare with the real Crips in Denver. Meanwhile, ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview:
Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Jimmy Valmer / Timmy / Larry King / Homeless Man / Trucker / News Reporter / Mr. Garrison / Tuong Lu Kim / Gene Hackman / Detective Hyde / Randy Marsh / Mr. Appleby / Dr. Doom / Singer (voice)
Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Butters / Christopher Reeve / Mr. McGillagurky / Policeman / Ryan Valmer / Delivery Man / Gerald Broflovski / Saddam Hussein (voice)
Eldridge 'El Hud' Hudson ...
Crips / Bloods (voice)
Mona Marshall ...
Sheila Broflovski / Linda Stotch / Additional Voices (voice)
Jason Jerone Powell ...
Crips / Bloods (voice)
Mayor McDaniels / Sarah Valmer / Detective Richardson / Liane Cartman (voice) (as Eliza Jane Schneider)
Chef (credit only)


Jimmy and Timmy form a club for people who were handicapped from birth. They call it the Crips, and soon find themselves caught up in gang warfare with the real Crips in Denver. Meanwhile, Christopher Reeve does battle with Gene Hackman over stem cell research. Written by Mike

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26 March 2003 (USA)  »

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Christopher Reeve's Legion of Doom members include Solomon Grundy, Butters (as Professor Chaos), Dougie (as General Disarray), Dr. Octopus, David Blaine, Kim Jong Il, Cheeta, Saddam Hussein, Black Manta, Dr. Victor von Doom and Osama bin Laden. See more »


General Disarray and Professor Chaos share the same seat when all the Legion is shown from behind, but have separate seats when shown from the front. See more »


Mr Swanson: Jimmy, we've told you before, God made you the way he did for a reason.
Jimmy: Right, because you and Mum used to make fun of crippled kids in high school.
Mr Swanson: That's right, you were sent here through the vengeful and angry hand of God to teach your mother and I a lesson. And that's a big responsibility, son.
Jimmy: Look, my gang - which I can't talk about because it's super secret - is the most important thing to me now. And if you two don't like it, you can just pass the blunt to the nigga on your left.
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Spoofs Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids (1972) See more »

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21 November 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Normally, I absolutely LOVE South Park, even supporting unpopular episodes "Eat, Pray, Queef", "Pip", and "Not Without My Anus", but this was HORRIBLE!!! I am fine with South Park making fun of gangs (that part was wonderful), but the Christopher Reeve subplot went TOO far. If they had just had him using stem cells, but NOT eating them, and trying to kill Gene Hackman, and going psychotic, it would have been better. I got SICK watching every scene with him wishing he could rise up and kick Trey and Matt where it hurts, and please do not tell me that his attempt to use stem cells to be superhuman was funny, as it just added to the mockery.

This may seem prudish, which it is, but I LOVE it when South Park goes over the edge ("Pee" and "Go, God Go" being good examples), but knowing a quadriplegic (not Reeve) this episode hit home for me, and my friend cried when he saw the episode feeling it belittled a good cause, and hero, too much.

I guess even South Park have a limit to what they can handle, and this was mine.

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