The boys take part in a new, dangerous photographic meme.



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A new memetic trend emerges called "Faith Hilling", a derivative of "Bradying", which involves having a picture of oneself taken while pulling the front of one's shirt forward in mock resemblance of women's breasts. After the boys perform this prank on stage at a 2012 Colorado Republican Presidential Debate, the entire fourth grade class of South Park Elementary is required to take a safety education class in which Professor Lamont teaches them the dangers of memetic trends with a graphic educational video showing people dying gruesome deaths when they are hit by trains while "memeing". Written by Jude Hardman

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Good Potential, Little Payoff
29 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The episodes of South Park that skewer pop culture tend to be a little more hit and miss, and unfortunately, this one falls under the latter. The satire was pretty dull compared to the typical South Park standards, and most of the jokes just fell flat, though, as with most episodes, there were a few jokes that might make it worth watching, including meme trends such as Bradying, and a pretty amusing "outdated" educational filmstrip.

A handful of funny jokes aside, the episode suffered from a lack of focus, with too many different plot elements coming into play. It may be worth watching for die-hard fans, but the causal viewer should stay away. It wasn't great, but at least it wasn't Funnybot bad.

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