Stan and Kyle become local celebrities after they score 100,000 points on the video game "Guitar Hero." A talent agent signs them to a contract, which ends up ruining their friendship.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Randy Marsh / Game Voice / Charles Kincaid / Alan Hart / Thad / Man in Restaurant / Dragon / Arcade Kid #2 / Nick / Radio DJ (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Butters / Craig / Jay Cutler / Tom Shane / Game Store Clerk / Arcade Kid #1 (voice)
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Stan and Kyle become local celebrities after they score 100,000 points on the video game "Guitar Hero." A talent agent signs them to a contract, which ends up ruining their friendship.

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Former 'Guitar Hero' developer Harmonix has added a song from the show based on the character Timmy's brief rock band career. The announcement was made nearly a week after the broadcast. See more »

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When Stan and Kyle get 100,000 points on Guitar Hero II, their guitars aren't connected to the Xbox. See more »

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References Boogie Nights (1997) See more »

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John the Fisherman
Written by Les Claypool and Todd Huth
Performed by Primus
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I agree about the originality but disagree about the disappointment
6 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode was very funny to me, and I watched it with my friends who are not avid South Park fans like myself. They loved the episode, and they are the kind of people that would find a reason to not like something. Maybe we (regular viewers) have higher standards of South Park episodes, but considering they just got off of Imaginationland, as you said, I think they are entitled to a break from originality and to just make a fun episode, similarly to the season's ending episode, "The List". For me, it was far from disappointing. I'm also a big video game fan, and I had a bias against Guitar Hero before this episode aired, so maybe I enjoyed it too much for different reasons. Oh well, that's my 2 cents.


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