After Kyle clicks on the latest iTunes user agreement without reading it, Steve Jobs forces him to be an unwilling participant in his latest project. Meanwhile, Cartman equates his mom not giving him an iPad to sexual abuse.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Waiter / Apple Employee #1 / Clyde / Jimmy Valmer / Japanese Man / Steve Jobs / Dr. Phil / Man in Audience #1 / Genius Leslie / Rescuer / News Reporter / Reporter (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Craig / Apple Employee #2 / Butters / Gerald Broflovski / Apple Announcer / Apple Technician / Dr. Phil Announcer / Man in Audience #2 / Genius Rothgar / Doctor / Replacement Friend / President of Best Buy (voice)
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After Kyle clicks on the latest iTunes user agreement without reading it, Steve Jobs forces him to be an unwilling participant in his latest project. Meanwhile, Cartman equates his mom not giving him an iPad to sexual abuse.

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The making of this episode is the main premise of the South Park documentary "6 Days to Air". See more »

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Why would Stan not know what the men Kyle said were trying to kidnap him, want? Kyle said it was in the user agreement he agreed to, to which Stan and the others around him then said they always read the user agreements. Stan would already know what creepy things the suspicious men want. See more »

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Craig: Tom Salzman says you just glued a piece of glass to an iPad cover, and you're faking it.
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Too Much Toilet Humor...
29 April 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

If your a fan you should watch it. It will satisfy your urge for more South Park.

As the series opener its not satisfying. With so many story lines that could be explored and so many new scandals to rip on. I'm clueless as to why they did a toilet humor iPad episode.

Making fun of the iPad is not that revolutionary. Plus, the episode is almost a complete knockoff of the movie it's named after.

Seems like lazy writing.

The Simpsons did a much better job of making fun of Apple back in 2008 (Mypods and Boomsticks, S20E07)

While there some funny moments, too many jokes relied on shock value. I appreciate good toilet humor and shocking jokes, but at a certain point it gets disgusting or ineffective.

I like when South Park uses it a couple times during a episode, but at a certain point it makes you want to hurl. Especially when it does nothing to advance the story.

It's a worth a watch in general, due to the fact it does generate laughs.

Even so, when you have such short seasons like South Park, it seems like a wasted episode.

So I'll rate it 6/10.


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