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The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs 

The boys try to write the most graphic, offensive book ever, and then blame Butters when Stan's mom finds it. But when the book is hailed as a work of literary genius, Butters becomes the "voice of a generation."

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Mr. Garrison / Chris Stotch / Randy Marsh / Publisher / News Reporter #1 / Chinese Reader / TV Announcer / Matt / Meredith / Supreme Court Judge #2 / Supreme Court Judge #3 / Morgan Freeman / Reader #2 / Reader #3 / Reader #5 / Reader #6 / Reader #7 / Man on the Kardashians / News Reader (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Butters / Gerald Broflovski / Mr. Adler / Matthew Broderick / Al / Supreme Court Judge #1 / News Reporter #2 / Reader #1 / Reader #4 (voice)
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Sheila Broflovski / Linda Stotch / Red / Supreme Court Judge #5 (voice)
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Sharon Marsh / Kim Kardashian / Teacher / Lola / Supreme Court Judge #4 / Marsha (voice)
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The boys try to write the most graphic, offensive book ever, and then blame Butters when Stan's mom finds it. But when the book is hailed as a work of literary genius, Butters becomes the "voice of a generation."

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[Kyle and Stan are trying to comfort Butters, whose writings inspired someone to kill the Kardashian sisters]
Kyle: Aw... aw, Butters. It'll be alright. Listen, we've all learned that people look for meaning in books. And sometimes, even if it isn't there, they'll try and invent their own meaning.
Stan: Yeah dude, that's why we all need to avoid books and stick to television.
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Brilliant episode!
27 March 2010 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

After the mediocre "Sexual Healing", The Tale Of Scrotie McBoogerballs is once again another excellent south park episode.The plot revolves around the age old issue of controversial novels.The boys get assigned to read "Catcher In The Rye" for school.They dislike the fact, but after hearing that the book is "controversial", they are excited.They then find that the book is not actually controversial at all(especially for today's standards), so Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny decide to write the most disgusting novel of all time.They do so and despite the fact that everybody who reads it throws up, they love the book! The boys just meant to be as gross as possible, however everybody else keeps analyzing the deeper meanings of the novel and praising it.The boys thought they would be in trouble for writing it, so they use Butters as a scapegoat, therefore he gets all the fame and glory.The episode also pokes fun at actress Sarah Jessica Parker.The episode raises the questions "should we ban disgusting novels?" and "what(if any) are the deeper meanings of them?".There have only been two episodes so far, but if Trey and Matt continue like this, the season will for sure be great!


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