South Park: Season 13, Episode 4

Eat, Pray, Queef (1 Apr. 2009)

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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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Episode complete credited cast:
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)
Kyle Broflovski / Butters / Tweek / Katy / Terrance / Gerald Broflovski / Stuart McCormick / Canadian Priest (voice)
Mona Marshall ...
Linda Stotch / Red / Woman on Regis / Senator #2 (voice)
Jennifer Howell ...
Bebe Stevens (voice)


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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Men Hate Funny Women
5 December 2009 | by (Scottsdale, AZ) – See all my reviews

I recently bought all the South Park episodes and this one stood out enough for me to want to look up what others thought of it. I was surprised to find most of the ratings for this episode to be on the low side. I laughed pretty hard with this one, and thought it would be considered one of the series best. After reading the comments, I understood what the users who commented were actually admitting (whether or not they meant to) what I've known for a while now: Men cannot stand when a woman is funny. From Romy and Michele to Sarah Silverman to the grossly underused female factor in most Hollywood Comedic Blockbusters (any comedy starring male SNL alum, Wedding Crashers, The Hangover, anything from Apatow).

Was this episode consistently funny? No. But, then again, there have only been a handful of South Parks that I found to be (the J Lo. episode being my favorite). This episode is far from boring no more preachy than others. Plus, the sisters cracked my s**t up.

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