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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Mrs. Garrison / Mexican #1 / Mexican #3 / Clyde / Jimmy Valmer / Persian #2 / Narrator / SNN News Reader / Xerxes / Betsy (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Butters / Mexican #2 / Mexican #4 / Persian #3 (voice)
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Allyson / Katy / Lesbian #1 / Lindsay / Patty's Girlfriend / Lesbian #4 / Lesbian #5 (voice)
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Lesbian #2 / Patty / Mayor McDaniels / Lesbian #3 / Lesbian #6 / Lesbian #7 (voice)
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Ms. Garrison's latest date goes so badly that she assigns the class the book report over the weekend, but the boys hire immigrant labor to write it. Meanwhile, Ms. Garrison becomes a lesbian and saves the women's bar from a Persian takeover. Written by jgp3553@yahoo.com

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The street address for Les Bos is 13580. This spells out "LESBO" on any calculator. See more »

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Ms. Garrison: Stop scissoring me with your eyes!
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This...is...Les Bos!
11 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Once again, another great SouthPark episode for Season 11. this time it's a parody of the current film 300. With the stylish camera angles, dark clouds, the persians as enemies, voice over narration, and of course, the slow-motion & fast motion editing techniques. This is all taken straight from 300. The parody starts a little later in the episode, with the earlier part surrounding the boys quest to get their paper done, and Mrs. Garrison first discovering she's a lesbian.

Other various quarks of this episode are the portrayal of the Mexicans, and the idea of lesbian sex being called "scissoring." this term will definitely catch on with fans. I immediately loved it, and knew i would repeat it as a common SouthParkian catch phrase. the Mexican portrayal was quite humorous. not too offensive, not overdone in any way, but just a nice little addition to the episode.

Overall, this episode was great. Not sure how it will be viewed in years to come, like many SouthPark episodes, they really on current political issues, or other media sources (ie. the last two episodes, parodies of 24 and the Da Vinci Code). Anyways, I believe that in the future this will still be considered a humorous episode...Now...who wants to scissor?


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