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Margaritaville 

In a parody of the final weeks of Christ's life, South Park goes into hysterics over the failing economy, but Kyle begins preaching that there is no reason for fear. Meanwhile, Stan ... See full summary »

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Randy Marsh / Bank Clerk / News Reader / Mr. Garrison / Chris Stotch / Redneck #1 / Redneck #3 / Redneck #5 / Man on Soapbox #1 / Man in Crowd #1 / Sur la Table Clerk / Al / Clyde / Man Observing Kyle / Josh / Skeeter / Messenger / Squirreler / Man at Stock Market / Government Official #2 / Jimmy Valmer / Government Official #3 / Economy Judge / Dr. Doctor (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / 9 News Announcer / Butters / Redneck #2 / Redneck #4 / Man on Soapbox #2 / Man in Crowd #2 / Gerald Brofloski / Ted / Priest Maxi / Man at Economy Meeting #1 / Man at Economy Meeting #2 / Government Official #1 (voice)
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Mrs. Farnickle / Sheila Broflovski (voice)
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Sharon Marsh / Receptionist (voice)
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In a parody of the final weeks of Christ's life, South Park goes into hysterics over the failing economy, but Kyle begins preaching that there is no reason for fear. Meanwhile, Stan unsuccessfully tries to return his dad's margarita machine. Written by jgp3553@yahoo.com

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25 March 2009 (USA)  »

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Trivia

At the Whistlin' Willy's last supper each of the kids is portraying someone in Davinci's Last Supper. Craig portrays Bartholomew, Timmy is James the Lesser, Jason is Andrew, Cartman is Judas, Token is John, Kyle is Jesus, Jimmy is Thomas, Butters is James the Major, Kenny is Philip, Tweek is Matthew, Ike is Thaddeus and Clyde is Simon. With Stan not there and Kyle being his best friend, Stan would be considered the missing Peter. See more »

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When Cartman is telling the others about his dream where he's playing Grand Theft Auto, Token is to Cartmans right when he is crying. In the very next shot when the angry mob shows up, Token disappears. See more »

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Bank Clerk: How can I help you, young man?
Stan Marsh: I got a hundred-dollar check from my grandma and my dad said I need to put it in the bank so it can grow over the years.
Bank Clerk: Well that's fantastic. A really smart decision, young man. We can put that check in a money market mutual fund, then we'll re-invest the earnings into foreign currency accounts with compounding interest aaaand it's gone.
[Blank stares and silence as it goes from the Bank Clerk, to Stan, to the Bank Clerk, to Stan]
Stan Marsh: Uh... what?
Bank Clerk: It's gone, it's all ...
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References Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (2009) See more »

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While not as strong as the first two episodes, still fairly good
28 March 2009 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

"Margaritaville" is the third episode of Season 13 of South Park.While not as strong as "The Ring" or "The Coon", it is still a fairly good episode.Season 13 is having a fairly good run so far, hopefully Trey and Matt keep it up.The episode goes back to spoofing current events.This one spoofs the economic recession that we are currently in.Now that there is a recession, everybody's money is being lost.This starts a wave of different cults, the most popular being the one Stan's dad "Randy" is leader of.They tell everyone to stop spending and buy only basic necessities.The episode starts to mirror the biblical times of Jesus Christ, with Kyle as Jesus.They have the last supper, a "whoever has not sinned cast the first stone" scene, and a scene at the end which could parallel the crucifixion, but not quite.Meanwhile, Stan goes all around to try and return the "Margaritaville" machine his dad bought.He cannot return it at the original store, so now he has to go all the way to wall street to do so.He then finds a shocking secret about the businessmen.This is a fairly good episode, has funny moments, though it's not as good as the first two.Good work!


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