South Park: Season 12, Episode 12

About Last Night... (5 Nov. 2008)

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While the rest of the nation is distracted by the results of the presidential election, Barack Obama and John McCain set out to complete their true combined objective: a daring "Ocean's Eleven" style jewel heist.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Barack Obama / Randy Marsh / Mr. Donovan / Chris Stotch / Mr. Mackey / Mr. Garrison / Reporters / Brad Davis / Officer Barbrady / David Quincy / F.B.I. Agent #1 / Security Guard #1 / Security Guard #2 / McCain Supporter #3 / Madelyn Dunham / Airport Employee (voice)
Kyle Broflovski / Gerald Broflovski / Mr. Adler / Butters / John McCain / Reporter / Timothy Neely / F.B.I. Agent #2 / F.B.I. Agent #3 / Randy's Boss / McCain Supporter #1 / McCain Supporter #4 (voice)
Mona Marshall ...
Mrs. Black / Sarah Palin / McCain Supporter #2 / Michelle Obama / Nurse (voice)
K.D. Bocatto ...
Stanley G. Sawicki ...
(voice) (as Stan Sawicki)
Sebastian Yu ...
Ike Broflovski (voice)


While the rest of the nation is distracted by the results of the presidential election, Barack Obama and John McCain set out to complete their true combined objective: a daring "Ocean's Eleven" style jewel heist.

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The episode uses quotes from Barack Obama and John McCain's Election Day speeches, both of which occurred approximately 23 hours before it aired. See more »


The Secret Service agents sometimes refer to Barack Obama as "Mr. President". Before Inauguration Day, the Secret Service uses the title "President-Elect". See more »


Spoofs Hustle (2004) See more »


Written by Scott English and Richard Kerr
Parody performed by Trey Parker
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A bit over the top but still entertaining
6 November 2008 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

This is the second episode of South Park about the presidential election.The one before this was "Douche and Turd" from 2004, back when Bush and Kerry were running against each other.However that episode did not mention any names.This episode does.The episode is more over the top than usual as it claims the whole presidential election was a hoax to steal a diamond from a museum.Obama and McCain were working together to do so.Meanwhile Stan and Kyle look for medical attention for Kyle's brother Ike because Ike tried to kill himself after McCain lost.The world is actually distracted as all the McCain supporters try to kill themselves or go hiding and all the Obama supporters are out partying.Cartman only appears once in this episode and Kenny does not appear at all.The boys and the politicians do not come in contact with each other in this episode.This is one of the most over the top and strange episodes of South Park.It was still pretty entertaining though.I do agree that South Park is going down a bit in quality.It's still great though!

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