The boys stage an intervention for Towelie after he falls off the wagon while working at Timmy and Jimmy's summer camp. At the camp, a jealous camper resorts to dirty tricks to beat Jimmy in a series of competitions.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Narrator / Jimmy Valmer / Timmy / Francis / Camp Leader #1 / Camp Leader #3 / Disabled Kid #1 / Disabled Kid #2 / Disabled Kid #3 / Mimsy / Nathan / Disabled Kid #4 / Intervention Leader / Therapist (voice)
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The boys stage an intervention for Towelie after he falls off the wagon while working at Timmy and Jimmy's summer camp. At the camp, a jealous camper resorts to dirty tricks to beat Jimmy in a series of competitions.

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According to the audio commentary, the basis of this episode's storyline was originally going to be used in the Season 10 episode, "A Million Little Fibers". Matt and Trey decided to use it in this episode to go in a different direction after the controversies surrounding "200" and "201". See more »

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Camp Counsellor: That's it. We're done. You are no longer employed here!
Kyle Broflovski: Please sir!
Camp Counsellor: We need a nice clean towel here at summer camp. We don't need a towel that shoots heroin and has sex for money.
Towelie: Yes, some people are picky about their towels.
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Only worth watching if you just /have/ to see all South Park episodes.
29 April 2010 | by See all my reviews

This is without a doubt the worst episode of South Park ever. And that really isn't an exaggeration. I really didn't think South Park /could/ possibly be this bad!

This episode is unintelligent, boring and predictable. No moral story neither for that matter.

Me and my friends can't imagine anyone enjoying this. Unless... you enjoy really... really bad episodes of Looney Tunes.

The episode sounds very promising. You get to see Towlie again! And with the title "Crippled Summer" you might remember moments such as when Timmy and Jimmy went to join "the Crips" and think that this episode can't be anything but hilarious. Right? WRONG!

The entire episode consists of a parody "Intervention show" now that Towlie is into heavier drugs than marijuana. The intervention isn't funny nor well done, unfortunately. Other than that we get to see Nathan and Mimsy try to sabotage Jimmys team at the cripple camp! Funny? No. Every plan fails in a predictable and brain-dead Looney Tunes manner.

I really tried to enjoy this... but it really is impossible. I doubt it will even be funny if you're stoned.

This could be a great episode. But it just isn't.


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