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Episode cast overview:
Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Ron the News Reader / Debate Host / Randy Marsh / Barack Obama / Robert Pooner the News Reporter / Photographer #1 / Security Guard / Doctor #1 / Britney Spears (After Suicide Attempt) / News Reporter / Photographer #3 / Sound Recordist / Record Label Man / MTV Announcer / Woman in Audience / Man in Audience / Third News Reporter / Train Ticket Clerk / David the News Reporter / Brian / Man Chasing Britney / Photographer #4 / Policeman / Narrator / Train Driver / Bob Summer / Old Man / Man in Crowd / Man on Train / Photographer #6 / Photographer #8 / Joe / E.T. Host (voice)
Kyle Broflovski / Butters / Photographer #2 / News 9 News Reader / Britney's Manager / Photographer #5 / Gerald Broflovski / Doctor #2 / Bill / Jimbo Kern (voice)
Jessie Jo Thomas ...
Mona Marshall ...
Hilary Clinton / Record Label Woman / Tracy / Sheila Broflovski (voice)
Britney Spears / MTV Presenter / Lesley / Woman in Crowd / Photographer #7 / Photographer #9 (voice)


Distraught over the media's nonstop coverage of her, Britney Spears attempts to commit suicide, but survives despite blowing the top half of her head off. Disgusted by this treatment of her, the boys attempt to help, only to learn the secret behind the media's cruel scrutiny of celebrities. Written by Bruno Antony

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19 March 2008 (USA)  »

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After Britney Spears shoots herself, she appears to have six fingers on her right hand. See more »


News reporter Robert Pooner says "South Mark," instead of "South Park" during one of the Britney Spears "Spears Watch" segment on purpose. See more »


Spoofs The Lottery (1969) See more »

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Here we have the usual cleverness, and Butters as a squirrel, but not the usual amount of laughs
31 December 2009 | by (Mexico City) – See all my reviews

Here we have the usual cleverness: nothing is more important than the new thing Britney Spears just did, especially if it's a bad thing for her. Then one of the main jokes here is to have Britney Spears without most of her brain, only this time literally without most of her brain (that joke was great) and everybody just paying attention to how fat she is and stuff. There's a sort of Martyrs (Pascal Languier, 2008) thing since is basically people enjoying the last stage of martyrdom. I'm just reading that the South Park guys said this episode was placing Britney in The Lottery as I'm realizing about the existence of this short story. This whole thing is interesting, clever and whatever you want to add (and I loved when everybody realize who is their new victim), but just seeing Britney here is annoying, and pretty much aside with the stuff of Butters (after being a bear in the Paris Hilton episode here in the Britney Spears episode he is a squirrel! Darn fun stuff! "The giant squirrel apparently now thinks it's a person!") and a couple of jokes (like the one mentioned) I hardly laughed with something of this episode.

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