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Pip attends boarding school in an adaptation of "Great Expectations."

Director:

Eric Stough

Writers:

Trey Parker (created by), Matt Stone (created by) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Malcolm McDowell ... A British Person
Trey Parker ... Abel Magwitch / Mrs. Joe / Miss Havisham / Mr. Pocket / Mr. Jaggers / Steve / Estella's Other Boyfriend #1 / Estella's Other Boyfriend #2 / Estella's Other Boyfriend #3 (voice)
Matt Stone ... Pip Pirrup (voice)
Isaac Hayes ... Chef (credit only)
Eliza Schneider ... Estella (voice) (as Blue Girl) (as Eliza Schneider)
Kyle McCulloch Kyle McCulloch ... Joe Gargery (voice)
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Presented by "A British Person", this episode looks at the background of the character Pip, in the form of a South Park version of "Great Expectations". Young Pip, having first been employed in the service of Miss Havisham, an insane heiress, learns that an unknown person has paid to have him sent to a fine boarding school so that he may be raised as a gentleman. After finishing his schooling he returns to visit Miss Havisham, whom he believes was his mysterious benefactor. Only now does he learn what the woman's true intentions were, at which point the story separates completely from the original Dickens novel. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Animation | Comedy

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TV-MA | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 November 2000 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

Braniff See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

4:3
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Trivia

One of the items Joe Gargery creates is a metal orange. This is perhaps a reference to the novel "A Clockwork Orange", which was adapted into a film starring Malcolm McDowell, who appeared as the narrator in this episode. See more »

Goofs

The armchair's control panel looks less detailed the second time the robot monkeys make their appearance. See more »

Quotes

Malcolm McDowell: And despite the fact she was mean to him, indeed, perhaps because she was mean to him...
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Connections

Version of Great Expectations (1989) See more »

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The Four Seasons: Spring (Allegro)
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Written by Antonio Vivaldi
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Not bad but still one of the worst episodes
11 November 2008 | by gangstahippieSee all my reviews

Pip is a strange South Park episode.Most South Park fans will not like it(unless maybe you are both a fan of South Park and Charles Dickens).None of the main characters appear in this episode, it's solely an episode revolving around Pip.Pip is the British kid who usually is bullied by the boys(especially in Season 1).This is his own episode.The episode features Malcom McDowell(of Clockwork Orange fame) telling the story of Pip, which is basically a spoof of the Charles Dickens novel "Great Expectations" which I have not read.Pip is a poor blacksmith who falls in love with a girl, but the girl's mother wants her to break his heart so his tears can be used in a machine which will make the mother look younger.The episode is cut into three acts and involves robot monkey's as well.There are some funny parts in the episode, but it is one of the most unfunny episodes of the show.It is also sometimes hard to understand the characters.Pip is one of the worst South Park episodes but it is still decent.There are no really bad episodes of South Park in my opinion.


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