South Park: Season 15, Episode 9

The Last of the Meheecans (12 Oct. 2011)

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During a game of border patrol vs. Mexicans, where the kids play the two groups, Butters goes missing and eventually winds up in Mexico where he becomes their new leader, Mantequilla. ... See full summary »

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During a game of border patrol vs. Mexicans, where the kids play the two groups, Butters goes missing and eventually winds up in Mexico where he becomes their new leader, Mantequilla. Suddenly legal and illegal alien Mexicans flood back across the border to Mexico for a better life because of the decline of the U.S. economy. Eric joins the U.S. border patrol and squares off against Butters. Written by Yo Quiero Taco Bell

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The scene in which Butters/Mantequilla steps onto his balcony and is greeted by throngs of adoring followers is a tribute to a similar scene from Monty Python's "The Life of Brian." See more »

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One of the best this season
22 October 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The mid-season finale felt like the South Park creators wanted to end the show, and I was thinking the same; but episodes like this, made within a week and full of originality and humour, feels like South Park can go on for few more years; I really liked this episode because of the classic satire that were in the early episodes; the writers didn't need to use current events for the plot of this episode; instead, they use a plot that can be considered timeless, making me feel that this episode could've been made 10 years ago, it's that good; though the not-breaking-out-of-character thing was kind of similar to a recent episode of South Park, the irony in the episode was hilarious, and makes me remember why I love South Park; any episode that involves the four boys and/or Butters is a great episode


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