Butters starts acting out, yelling, telling people off, and even beating one kid up. Little does Butters know, but he's reached a special age and that there's more going on than he knows, and that he wasn't born in South Park.

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Butters starts acting out, yelling, telling people off, and even beating one kid up. Little does Butters know, but he's reached a special age and that there's more going on than he knows, and that he wasn't born in South Park.

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another bad episode
29 April 2014 | by (Dallas Texas) – See all my reviews

This is another episode that had such good potential and it just fell flat on its face. Season 16 and 15 episodes have shown some pretty larges changes in style. Mainly, the shift to praising the Hollywood elite from bashing them (which they deserve). in this episode they praise Ben Aflack for being a good director, being good looking and being lucky enough to be married to Jeniffer Lopez. This is in direct conflict to previous episodes. It looks like Matt and Trey are selling out on their convictions and trying to play nice to the people they used to hate (and with good reason).

Oh well, if you watch this, prepare to be disappointed.


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