South Park: Season 15, Episode 3

Royal Pudding (11 May 2011)

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During the televised Canadian royal wedding, the bride-to-be is kidnapped by an unknown entity. After a call to arms is issued to Canadians, Ike travels to Canada, abandoning his role in Mr. Mackey's kindergarten play about dental hygiene.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Mr. Mackey / Canadian Commentator / News Reader / Geddy Lee / Box of Faith Message / Mr. Garrison / Scott the Giant Dick / Canadian in Crowd / The Princess of Canada / Tooth Decay / Sgt. Yates (voice)
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During the televised Canadian royal wedding, the bride-to-be is kidnapped by an unknown entity. After a call to arms is issued to Canadians, Ike travels to Canada, abandoning his role in Mr. Mackey's kindergarten play about dental hygiene.

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The Tooth Decay play is a spot-on spoof of several plays done by the Sesame Street Little Theater on Sesame Street, featuring Prairie Dawn on the piano singing the familiar "oh welcome, oh welcome to our little play" introduction. The intonation and sing-song delivery of the children's lines is also a major part of the spoof. See more »

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meh
12 February 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

OK, I admit it I don't get this episode entirely, or maybe there is no deeper, hidden meaning? I don't get the point of the emphasis on tooth decay. I got the Canadian jokes(almost missed the eskimo kiss/bj one at first). I got that it was a parody of the Royal wedding of William and Kate, I think in this respect, the choice of using Canada instead of England/Wales, the guys(Trey and Matt)made a wise choice, because they have all these characters, Ugly Bob, Scott the Dick, Ike, etc. But Terrance and Phillip were not utilized very well in this episode, perhaps a missed opportunity? So was there a point to tooth decay? I felt like I was missing something. The majority of SP episodes it is very obvious to the viewer what being parody, or the lessen being preached, even with this episode with wedding part it was obvious, but to me it felt like I was being left of some inside joke. At first I was thinking it would be revealed towards the end, the big mystery that I was missing, but there was no real answer and I was left confused. It felt kinda pointless, which is unusual for south park. I enjoyed parts of it, but found it to be disappointing overall. At least I had a few good laughs from the wedding parts and I found the traditions Trey and Matt came up with for us Canadians quite humorous.


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