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You're Getting Old 

Stan turns ten years old and suddenly things change and everything is seems like crap to him; music, movies, food, and life in general, and his friends can't stand him anymore. Randy's ... See full summary »


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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Randy Marsh / News Reader / Interviewee #2 / Interviewee #3 / Kid #1 / Kid #4 / Doctor / Bob Dylan / Man at Bar / Farmer #1 / Steamy Nicks / Trailer Voice Overs (voice)
Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Butters / Interviewee #1 / Kid #2 / Kid #3 / Kid #5 / Gerald Broflovski (voice)
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Liane Cartman / Sharon Marsh / Waitress (voice)
Farmer #2 (voice)


Stan turns ten years old and suddenly things change and everything is seems like crap to him; music, movies, food, and life in general, and his friends can't stand him anymore. Randy's sudden obsession with Tween Wave music causes a rift in his marriage which this time may actually end it. Written by Tween This

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8 June 2011 (USA)  »

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Doctor: I'm gonna try something else. Look at these two pictures. One of them is a new ad for Kevin James' new movie The Zookeeper, and the other is a turd in a microwave. Which one is thee ad for The Zookeeper?
[holding up two pictures, both of a turd in a microwave]
Stan Marsh: They both look the same.
Doctor: You don't see any difference in the pictures?
Stan Marsh: No.
Doctor: That is an ad for The Zookeeper
[lifting his right hand up]
Doctor: and that is a turd about to be re-heated.
[lifting the picture in his left hand]
Stan Marsh: They both look like turds...
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Funny at times, quite depressing at times. The ending is quite shocking and depressing but it is an excellent mid-season finale!
9 June 2011 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

After Stan's 10th birthday, he begins to think everything he used to like sucks now(or has become s**t if you will).The music he used to like now sounds bad, along with other things such as movies and video games.He goes to a doctor who says he has "cynicism".This causes him to begin alienating himself from his friends.Meanwhile, the parents of South Park will not let their children listen to the new tween genre of music as they believe it sounds like crap. Randy will not admit he thinks it sounds like crap in order not to feel old. He begins to really embrace the music and begins playing it, which starts to anger Sharon. The ending of the episode is quite shocking and depressing for a show such as South Park.It leaves viewers wondering if there is a connection between the ending of the show and the current state of South Park, as well as Trey Parker and Matt Stone's relationship.It will be very interesting to see what is in store for the rest of the season.Overall, this episode was excellent because it's mix of comedy and drama and the shockingly depressing ending.

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