South Park: Season 4, Episode 3

Timmy 2000 (19 Apr. 2000)

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A handicapped boys' arrival in class leads to protest. Meanwhile, the boys are diagnosed with ADD and heavily medicated.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Mr. Garrison / Timmy / Mr. Mackey / Doctor / Skyler Moores / Pharmacist / Band Singer / Man in Crowd #1 / Man in Crowd #2 / Charlie Rose / Phil Collins / Laughing Man / MTV Announcer / Phillip / VH1 Presenter / Randy Marsh / Dr. Shay (voice)
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Timmy arrives in South Park as a new student. Although he is obviously intellectually disabled and is only capable of saying his name, none of the teachers recognize this fact and instead diagnose him as having ADD and give him Ritalin. As part of Timmy's treatment, he no longer has to do homework, so naturally all the other kids demand to be diagnosed with ADD and given Ritalin, too. Meanwhile, Timmy ends up creating a local controversy when he becomes front man for a garage rock band. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Trey Parker and Matt Stone put an Oscar-wielding Phil Collins parody in this episode mainly because Collins had beat them at the Oscars in the category 'Best Original Song' earlier. See more »

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When Chef is in the pharmacy, the door in the background is open in one shot, magically closed in the next, and then open again! See more »

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Clinic Doctor: Now, Timmy, I'm going to read you a book called, "The Great Gatsby," by F. Scott Fitzgerald. At the end of the novel I'll ask you a few questions. Are you ready?
Timmy: Timmih.
Clinic Doctor: [sits] Okay, here we go.
[opens the book and clear his throat]
Clinic Doctor: "In my younger and more vulnerable years, my father gave me some advice that I've been turning over in my mind ever since"
["since since since since..." The clock reads 2:01, but the hours begin to roll by: 3:24, 5:55, 9:09... ]
Clinic Doctor: "so we beat on, boats against the ...
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One of the last REAL classics...
18 March 2007 | by (www.upperception.com) – See all my reviews

If you look at the script you will notice one thing to begin with: perfect cinematography.

Despite the fact, that Timmy is handicapped and therefor temporarily rose to be a hit character, the episode just reflects the talent that Matt Stone and Trey Parker have in their profession.

Although moral is an issue that South Park really looks at with a critical eye, "Timmy 2000" proves to be not just entertaining but also "point proving": Laughing at something odd doesn't mean that people don't care about it! Timmy may be handicapped and amusing, but at the same point the creators prove that he has heart and moral, but furthermore, character! These (if only little) shifts of classical story telling make a very enjoyable episode that will definitely be one of "South Park"'s best! And it also doesn't surprise me at all that the character "Timmy" became a cult from this point on!


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