Randy becomes addicted to the Food Network, and Sharon tries to compensate for his lack of attention by turning to the Shape Weight.



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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / TV Voice / Randy Marsh / TV Chef #1 / Phillip / TV Chef #2 / Food Network Hotline / Amanda / Store Clerk / Iron Chef Presenter (voice)
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Paula Deen / Shake Weight Commercial Woman #1 / Sheila Broflovski (voice)
Sharon Marsh / Shake Weight Commercial Woman #2 / Maid (voice)


Randy becomes addicted to the Food Network, and Sharon tries to compensate for his lack of attention by turning to the Shape Weight.

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17 November 2010 (USA)  »

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South Park vs The Food Network
20 November 2010 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

Randy has a new obsession.The Food Network, a channel which is basically 24 hours of cooking shows.Due to this, Randy starts trying to cook his own gourmet foods.So he gets a job at the school cafeteria much to Stan's anger.They attempt to get rid of him when Bobby Flay and other celebrities from the food network come and challenge Randy to a "throwdown" cook-off.Meanwhile Sharon who thinks Randy does not find her attractive anymore, starts working out and buys the "Shake-weight", a weight tool for women which resembles giving a handjob.Along with a robotic voice which gives compliments and asks her how she's feeling. A cooling gel is then released and the weight gives cab fare.The episode has some very funny moments such as when Cartman impersonates Gordon Ramsey.I think this episode was another good lighthearted way to end the season after the epic three-part Coon episodes.This mirrors the first half of the season where it ended with "Crippled Summer", a very lighthearted and fun episode in contrast to the episodes "200" and "201".Overall, this season has been fairly good for the most part and hopefully Season 15 will be great as well!

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