A new Sushi shop moves into South Park and an Asian turf war is ignited between the "Japanese" owner of City Sushi and the "Chinese" owner of City Wok.

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Shop Keeper / Tuong Lu Kim / Mr. Takayama / Chris Stotch / Sgt. Yates / News Reporter / Sushi Customer / Mr. Mackey (voice)
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A new Sushi shop moves into South Park and an Asian turf war is ignited between the "Japanese" owner of City Sushi and the "Chinese" owner of City Wok.

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Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny do not appear in this episode. See more »

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[first lines]
Butters: Hello, sir. Postman Butters with a special delivery for you.
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Spoofs Psycho (1960) See more »

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Party Rock Anthem
Written by Peter Schroeder, Jamahl Listenbee, Stefan Gordy and Skyler Gordy
Performed by LMFAO
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Interesting episode with some good twists!
9 June 2011 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

A Japanese sushi restaurant is built in South Park.This causes problems with the Chinese owner of the "city wok" restaurants.He constantly tries to get rid of the Japanese restaurant owner.During one of the incidents, Butters is blamed so his parents put him through therapy.The doctor diagnoses him with multiple personality disorder.However, the doctor is actually the one with the disorder.Butters tries to help the doctor out while fearing for his other "angrier" personalities.This episode is fairly entertaining, has funny moments and the twist is very good.There are references to a few horror films such as Hitchcock's "Psycho".While watching the episode, I was reminded of the film "Raising Cain" with John Lithgow.Both films feature multiple personality disorder.Overall, a good episode.


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