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"South Park" Imaginationland: Episode II (2007)

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South Park: Season 11: Episode 11 -- Stan and Kyle are being held in the bowels of the Pentagon until they tell the government how they got into Imaginationland.


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Original Air Date:
24 October 2007 (Season 11, Episode 11)
With the help of Stan, Kyle, and Kurt Russell, the military is able to access the portal to Imaginationland. Meanwhile, Cartman is determined to make sure that Kyle follows through with his court-mandated sentence. | Add synopsis »
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As good if not better than its predecessor See more (5 total) »


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Trey Parker ... Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Stephen Stotch / The Mayor of Imaginationland / Terrorists / General / Scientist #1 / The Lollypop King / Snarf / Minotaur / Freddy Krueger / Headless Horseman / Squirrely Squirrel / Rabbity the Rabbit / Beavery the Beaver / Beary the Bear / Jason Voorhees / Scientist #2 / Kurt Russell / Pentagon Security / Scientist #3 / Technician #4 / Aslan / Morphius / Luke Skywalker / Popeye (voice)

Matt Stone ... Kyle Broflovski / Butters / Terrorists / Technician #1 / ManBearPig / Pentagon Employee / Technician #2 / Technician #3 / Zeus / Jesus (voice)
Jonathan Kimmel ... Ork (voice) (as Juan Kimmelini)
Mona Marshall ... Pentagon Receptionist (voice)
Kyle McCulloch ... Gladiator (voice)

April Stewart ... Cinderella / Elderly Woman / Strawberry Shortcake / Deery the Deer / The Tooth Fairy (voice)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Trey Parker 
Writing credits
Trey Parker (created by) &
Matt Stone (created by)

Pam Brady  consultant writer
Vernon Chatman  consultant writer
Jonathan Kimmel  consultant writer
Kristen Schaal  consultant writer
Matt Stone  written by

Produced by
Frank C. Agnone II .... supervising producer
Adrien Beard .... producer
Pam Brady .... producer
Vernon Chatman .... producer
Anne Garefino .... executive producer
Bruce Howell .... producer
Kyle McCulloch .... producer
Trey Parker .... executive producer
Erica Rivinoja .... producer
Matt Stone .... executive producer
Eric Stough .... producer
Original Music by
Scott Nickoley 
Art Department
Ramiro Cazaux .... production artist
Ramiro Cazaux .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Gary Wright .... dolby sound consultant
Visual Effects by
Patrick J. Rodriguez .... technical director
Animation Department
Anthony Sant'Anselmo .... lip sync artist
Music Department
Jamie Dunlap .... composer: theme music
Other crew
Pam Brady .... consultant
Susan Hurwitz Arneson .... consultant
Jonathan Kimmel .... consultant
Brad Neely .... consultant
Kristen Schaal .... consultant

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Brian Graden  developer
Trey Parker  creator
Matt Stone  creator


Additional Details

21 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »

Did You Know?

When Cartman performs CPR to Kyle he is reenacting the scene between Ed Harris and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio in the 1989 movie The Abyss.See more »
Eric Cartman:Well, we're here now. That's all that matters.
[places a bowl of nuts on the table]
Eric Cartman:Care for some nuts? Oh, that's right. I guess you'll be chock full of nuts in just a few minutes.
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Movie Connections:
References First Blood (1982)See more »


How does Kenny McCormick die in this episode?
What does Linda Stotch (Butters Stotch's mom) make for Butters Stotch for breakfast?
What is the code to opening the portal to Imaginationland?
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13 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
As good if not better than its predecessor, 24 October 2007
Author: briar444 from United States

This episode is definitely in my opinion the best episode of season 11. The episode itself is very enjoyable with many classic characters i was pleased to see Xenomorph, Khan, "Tron Guy", Predator, The Stormtroopers Etcetera. Interesting Story line the jokes weren't as Unoriginal as some of the earlier season 11 episodes. I was impressed by all the characters they were able to incorporate into the episode (the Imagination Land Wall being the reason for the characters.) overall about-

8.5 out of 10 the episode was funny but the plot could have been better.

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