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Dead Celebrities 

When Ike is haunted by dead celebrities, Kyle and the boys hire professional ghost hunters to investigate the Broflovski house for paranormal activity.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Billy Mays / Therapist / Man in Infomercial #1 / TV Announcer / Jason Hawes / Pediatric Doctor / Doctor Phillips / Michael Jackson / Ed McMahon / Patrick Swayze / David Carradine / Purgatory Captain / Policeman (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Gerald Broflovski / Man in Infomercial #2 / Grant Wilson / Walter Cronkite / Adam Goldstein (voice)
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Sheila Broflovski / Beauty Pagent Announcer (voice)
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Ghost Hunters Woman / Ghost / Purgatory Hostess / Jessica's Mother / Brandy's Mother / Heidi's Mother / Judge / Farrah Fawcett (voice)
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Ike Broflovski (voice)
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When Ike is haunted by dead celebrities, Kyle and the boys hire professional ghost hunters to investigate the Broflovski house for paranormal activity.

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Trivia

After Ike wins the pageant and the camera veers out to the celebrating crowd a Visitor can be seen briefly in the back row left wearing a wig, referencing the shows pilot "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe". See more »

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In the scene where Michael Jackson's ghost gets back on the plane, Patrick Swayze is replaced by John Ritter, then back again. See more »

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References Sesame Street (1969) See more »

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Well done, and original
21 November 2009 | by See all my reviews

While there are many references to old ghost movies, the episode is original in its style. The celebrities, and the whole airplane idea, along with the Chipotle and Beauty Pagant sequences, this is highly good South Park.

Some people may balk at the use of the celebrities (in particular Davi Carridine's "sexy" outfit), but other than that, I found it highly funny, (though they could have given Cronkite some more respect with a better impersonation).

For a season premiere, it was the best choice because of all the celebrities' death, and despite what some may say: MICHAEL JACKSON GOT WHAT HE DESERVED (in this episode, not dying)!!!!!!!!!!


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