Stan Marsh has hit rock bottom. He's got no job, no bicycle and his only way out of a bad situation, is to coach the local pee wee hockey team. Once a hotshot pee wee hockey player himself,... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview:
Stan Marsh / Repo Man / County Official / Randy Marsh / Commentator / Jack Brown / Dr. Doctor / Hockey Player #1 / Man in Audience / Reds Coach / Coach's Father (voice)
Kyle Broflovski / Mr. Jarvis / Coach Brown / Hockey Player #2 (voice)
Lance Ho ...
Child (voice)
(voice) (as Katharine Howell)
Mona Marshall ...
Dimitri Mendoza ...
Ike Broflovski (voice)
Timothy Napoli ...
Child (voice)
Shane Stephenson ...
Child (voice)
Sharon Marsh / Mrs. Brown (voice)


Stan Marsh has hit rock bottom. He's got no job, no bicycle and his only way out of a bad situation, is to coach the local pee wee hockey team. Once a hotshot pee wee hockey player himself, Stan Marsh has tried to put those days behind him. But he's still living with the memory of how he let his team down when he missed the winning shot in the big game. Now, he's about to find out that being a coach means facing your past. He's determined to show his kids what it's like to be a winner!

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15 November 2006 (USA)  »

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Stan's boss has hung on the wall three of the most unbelievable South Park Gazette scoops: The dramatic appearance of Scuzzlebutt in 103 episode Volcano, the smug polluted atmosphere of the 1002 episode Smug Alert! and the greatest invention of all, Mr./Mrs. Garrison's "It" vehicle in episode 511 The Entity. See more »


References Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981) See more »


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South Park is apparently too deep for most people.
30 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

You are all idiots and very much missing the point. The episode is a satire about themselves. They are Stan. Watch it again and if you don't believe me tell me that Stan's dad is not representing the Simpsons. Watch it again and do you homework, do you really thing they would close the season they had with a meaningless episode?? People never seem to listen to them when they are really talking, if the rest of this country opened their ears, then Trey Parker and Matt Stone wouldn't close their, bow their heads, and sigh. Btw if you all don't remember the family guy episode, if you pull 1 episode where does it end? People wanted to now pull the Satan's party episode for the Steve Irwin joke. Knowing how South Park feels about pulling episodes, they will now include Steve Irwin jokes in every episode so they will have to pull the entire series off the air.. also none of the jokes about him are really offensive, most are really just mentions of the event. Watch the end of the season over again and do you homework next time.

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