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)
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Sharon Marsh / Shake Weight Commercial Woman #2 / Maid (voice)
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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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Another entertaining Randy episode
20 December 2010 | by (Manchester, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Even though it can be disputed that episodes based on Randy are getting slightly tedious I was gratefully proved wrong. While it wasn't perfect and has continued the trend of celebrity bashing it was more or less entertaining. The actual plot involves Randy becoming addicted to watching cooking shows so much so that it becomes an obsession and he begins to imitate the chefs in attempting to make a host of exotic dishes. Meanwhile Sharon frustrated by Randy takes up working out using the 'shake weight,' which becomes an obsession of her own as it becomes to boss her life in the same way that Randy's cooking has done. It was funny to see Randy behave like this again, we didn't see much from the boys but I knew that going into this episode so the trick is to expect there not to be a huge amount of screen time for them and from there you may enjoy it more than you think. It did sort of feel like a fall back option for the writers even though it was funny it seemed like they had it mind but perhaps weren't going to go through with it for sure. Onto the celebrity bashing and there was plenty of it which did as mentioned feel like it was following a formula of dumping as many celebrities on screen as possible. The highlight of the celebrity bashing was Cartman's imitation of Gordon Ramsay which did have me in stitches admittedly. My only real complaint was that Jamie Oliver didn't got off too lightly but that's just my point of view nonetheless it did go appreciated. It plays out as expected but does make for an entertaining episode with satisfied me and showed the chemistry between Randy and Sharon is still going strong as I think it does between the characters in general even after all these years. To summarise not the best episode but was a decent conclusion to the season even if it does fall short against the 200, 201 and Coon episodes.


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