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You're Not Yelping 

Cartman considers himself the top online restaurant reviewer in South Park.

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Eric Cartman / Stan Marsh (voice)
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Cartman considers himself the top online restaurant reviewer in South Park.

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14 October 2015 (USA)  »

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Shortly after this episode aired parody news site NBC.com.co posted a story claiming that Yelp was suing the creators of South Park for $10 million for defamation. Several mainstream news sites mistakenly reported it as fact, prompting Yelp to respond, "As Abraham Lincoln once said, you can't believe everything you read on the internet." See more »

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In his Yelp review, Gerald mispronounces habanero as habañero. See more »

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References Sling Blade (1996) See more »

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BAD TO THE BONE
Written by George Thorogood
Performed by George Thorogood & The Destroyers
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Overall Breathtaking Episode - Must Watch

The South Park: You're Not Yelping episode was absolutely outstanding and I immensely enjoyed watching. It's most evident that this masterpiece was thoroughly created. The scenery was masterfully realized on the display and all actors were true in their particular roles.

And yet, there is more, for in this crisp time when autumn begins to fade, Matt Stone and Trey Parker brines the recipe and content, and even adds content continuity to the crust, but the boring is restrained. You experience the fruity, delicious humor of this without any spicy pain. I don't need anymore pain, hell, does anyone? In finality, I would say my experiences with the episode was sublime and my immersion near that of a gladiator, most decorated, but the boogers and cum weren't that well animated. Two and a half stars.


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