South Park: Season 11, Episode 7

Night of the Living Homeless (18 Apr. 2007)

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One day after Kyle gives $20 to a homeless person, South Park becomes overrun with panhandlers.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Homeless Men / Clyde / Randy Marsh / Mr. Mackey / Ted / Homeless Researcher / TV Announcer / Chris Swollenballs / Stephen Stotch / Steve Garatt / Dennis (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Butters / Mr. Valmer / Gerald Broflovski / Homeless Men / Jimbo Kern / Ted / Glenn / Dennis' Friend / Christine (voice)
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One day after Kyle gives $20 to a homeless person, South Park becomes overrun with panhandlers.

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In the song at the end Cartman sings the line "In the city of Venice, right by Matt's house, you can chill if you're homeless". Matt Stone owns a home in Venice and his annoyance with the large amount of homeless people in the area was part of the inspiration for this episode. See more »

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Jimbo Kern: What happened, Glenn?
Glenn: There's no help coming! Because of all the homeless... because of all the homeless in South Park, property values have plummeted. I had two liens against my house and now the bank is foreclosing. I don't have a home anymore!
Linda Stotch: [Randy cocks shotgun and aims at Glenn] Randy, what are you doing?
Randy Marsh: He's homeless now. We aren't safe!
Glenn: I'm not like them!
Randy Marsh: Not yet. It's only a matter of time.
Linda Stotch: And what are you gonna do, huh? Just blow his head off?
Randy Marsh: If we have to! Sit down, Glenn!
Glenn: Randy, ...
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Dawn of the Homeless
18 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I think it's pretty obvious that this episode was spoofing the "Living Dead" series, specifically Dawn of the Dead (2004). The obvious reminders are the rooftop scene, the angles they were portrayed in were extremely similar to those in Dawn of the Dead. The one guy with a shotgun. the one guy going outside, becoming one of them. the pregnant lady. the big protected bus. how they feed off change, as a zombie would feed off of human flesh.

Anyways, I think the 11th season is sparking a slight change in the episode styles, at least for now. It seems like instead of having poltically-charged episodes, they're mostly spoofs. For instance, the snuke in your snizz spoofed the TV show 24. The easter special spoofed the Da Vinci Code. D-Yikes spoofed 300. Lice Capades may have been spoofing something, but I'm not sure what. It may just be a silly creative episode. and now, a Dawn of the Dead spoof.

Overall, this episode was great. Definitely a Randy Marsh episode, but also a group episode, as the four boys seek a solution to the homeless. look out for great Randy scenes though, in time they will become classic moments of South Park. A good ending to the first half of Season 11.


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