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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The two songs mentioned from Stan are Buckethead's "Jordan" and Primus' "John the Fisherman". Both of these songs were official master tracks in 'Guitar Hero II'. See more »

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It is impossible for two competent Guitar Hero players to score lower than 100,000 points in co-op mode, or to score as high as 1,000,000 points on a song with as few notes as "Woman" (the current world record on the latter is below 500,000). See more »

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Referenced in South Park: The Stick of Truth (2014) See more »

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Surrender
Written by Rick Nielsen
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Allegory for Parker/Stone Relationship?
5 October 2008 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

I can't help but feel like this Episode is somewhat of an Allegory to the Real-Life Relationship between the South Park Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

I believe it is no secret - and no offense to Stone whatsoever - that Parker has more artistic influence to the series, since he directed and wrote most of the episodes (including the movies "Bigger, Longer, Uncut" and "Team America: World Police") and music for South Park.

Now don't get me wrong, i think that South park would't be what it is today if it wasn't for the both of them.

But since Stan and Kyle are Parker and Stones alter-egos, i think it is very possible that their real-life relationship has reached that point which is described in this episode somewhere in the recent past and they tried to cope with it or get closure on it by processing it into an South Park episode.

just my 2 cents.


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