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Eat, Pray, Queef 

The fart-loving males of South Park try to ban vaginal flatulence in Colorado after "Terrance & Phillip" is replaced by "The Queef Sisters."

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Clyde / Jimmy Valmer / Canada Channel Announcer / Terrance and Phillip Narrator / Phillip / Doctor / Katherine / Canadian Network President / Chris Stotch / Randy Marsh / Mr. Mackey / Mr. Tucker / Regis Philbin / Martha Stewart / Mr. Garrison (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Butters / Tweek / Katy / Terrance / Gerald Broflovski / Stuart McCormick / Canadian Priest (voice)
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Linda Stotch / Red / Woman on Regis / Senator #2 (voice)
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Jennifer Howell ...
Bebe Stevens (voice)
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The fart-loving males of South Park try to ban vaginal flatulence in Colorado after "Terrance & Phillip" is replaced by "The Queef Sisters."

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The episode's title is based upon Elizabeth Gilbert's novel "Eat, Pray, Love." See more »

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

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This is the episode were I lost all hope for a rejuvenation of South Park
4 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

After bingewatching entire South Park I noticed how great the series were in the beginning but then took a slow turn to the worse over season 11 and then 12. However S13E04 marks the very episode were the recovery of the series seem to be impossible (and episodes beyond this with some few exceptions showed this was the case).

Does this episode have any humour? Not really.

Can anyone relate to the messages? I don't know anyone who can. What was this supposed to be about.

Was the episode shocking and provoking? No, it's just plain childish and stupid.

The only positive thing about the episode was that it did not include as much of Trey Parker's personal opinions that he think he is entitled to force upon the viewers (often in a very immature way after season 11).

But still, this one cannot be rated anything but a 1 rating.


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