Cartman finally realizes he is fat and decides to do something about it: get a mobility scooter. Between so many fat people on scooter chairs and Honey Boo Boo, James Cameron realizes the ... See full summary »

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Cartman finally realizes he is fat and decides to do something about it: get a mobility scooter. Between so many fat people on scooter chairs and Honey Boo Boo, James Cameron realizes the societal bar as been lowered too low, and goes on a deep sea expedition to find the bar to raise it. Written by Fatty Fat Fat Fat

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June Thompson, the mother of Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson was reportedly very unhappy with the creators of South Park for their negative portrayal of her family as "trashy". See more »

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Randy Newman: I don't want anyone raisin' the bar 'cause nobody will hire me.
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Best this season - This was a clever, and funny episode
8 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

This was a classic South Park episode, where Trey Parker and Matt Stone were able to combine several icons of the world, the disgusting Honey Boo-Boo, James Cameron, and Michelle Obama. This episode is about obesity, and how Kyle cannot believe how it has gone out of hand. Cartman, meanwhile, takes advantage of it, and gets himself an automatic wheelchair. "Raising the Bar" features a real-life bar, which James Cameron decides to raise, before things get even worse. Honey Boo-Boo was portrayed correctly, in my opinion, as a dirty pig.

South Park is definitely back on track, after a sort of inconsistent first half, but the second half has proved to be much better.

The funniest part for me in this episode was when James Cameron mentioned Avatar 2. I rate this episode a 10/10.


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