After Ike accidentally sees mom and dad having sex, with Gerald dressed as a UPS man, and tells Kyle, the kids create a stir leading men in South Park thinking the UPS man is secretly ... See full summary »

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After Ike accidentally sees mom and dad having sex, with Gerald dressed as a UPS man, and tells Kyle, the kids create a stir leading men in South Park thinking the UPS man is secretly having sex with their wives or even raping them. They decide to do something about it. MEanwhile they and the kids are getting worried and start getting a personal security system called Insecurity. Written by Insecureobama

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Commercial voiceover guy: [Gerald lies next to Shelia in bed] Erectile dysfunction is a fact of life. You want to show her you love her, but you're old, so is she. But the next time that special moment comes don't let your sex drive fail you just because your wife looks like a shriveled prune. Fake it! With Cialis. It won't make her any hotter, but it will make you not care for up to three hours. And you can still have your own separate bathtub from her later on.
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Spoofs Pet Sematary (1989) See more »

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11 October 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

In contrast to the other review titled "Mediocre", I would like to say that I thought this South Park was fantastic.

It wasn't one of the very current affair/topical episodes, and did not necessarily relate to everyone, but it had some excellent one-liners, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I laughed hysterically at points.

Furthermore, I think South Park seems to be more cutting than some other animated comedies such as Family Guy and American Dad (which I both love also).

If you are a true South Park fan, or you just appreciate good humour you will not be disappointed.


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