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Broadway Bro Down 

Randy discovers a secret: women give blow jobs after seeing stage musicals because there are hidden subliminal references to blow jobs in the songs and women don't know it. Shelly has a love interest.

Director:

Trey Parker

Writers:

Trey Parker, Trey Parker (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Trey Parker ... Randy Marsh / Stan Marsh / Stephen Stotch / Mr. Fegan (voice)
Matt Stone ... (voice)
April Stewart ... Sharon Marsh / Shelly Marsh / Mrs Fegan (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Lopez ... Audience member (voice)
Kate Pazakis Kate Pazakis ... Broadway Actors (voice)
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Randy discovers a secret: women give blow jobs after seeing stage musicals because there are hidden subliminal references to blow jobs in the songs and women don't know it. Shelly has a love interest.

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Animation | Comedy

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This episode is a collaboration with composer Robert Lopez, who also collaborated with Parker and Stone on The Book of Morman musical. Parker and Stone were concerned about the number of musical numbers in this episode, even though they were all short. The songs were written last-minute, as they spent most of their preproduction coming up with what the episode would be about, and then hashing out the story. Parker and Stone expressed interest in working with Lopez on a future South Park episode, but not necessarily a musical-based one. See more »

Quotes

Randy Marsh: Shelley? Shelley! Shelley, come on. We have to go!
Shelly Marsh: Dad, what are you doing here?
Randy Marsh: Right now, Shelley! Shelley you are not watching this trash! Now, come on!
[Audience]: Would you mind? I'm trying to enjoy this musical with my grand daughter!
Randy Marsh: Oh you fucking pervert!
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I didn't laugh even once
27 October 2011 | by FargoFan1See all my reviews

This recent episode was very poor,In my opinion.The SP writing staff I'm sure had a case of writers block in terms of jokes and general LOL moments for this Episode..The storyline was surprisingly quite feeble which made the episode that much worse and just UN-funny..Also,the fact that Randy Marsh(by far the funniest SP character) plays a big part in this episode , and even that could not save this episode.. To their credit one or two short scenes were somewhat funny but I still did not Literally LAUGH like watching "City Sushi" - a previous 10/10 episode in terms of classic South Park Humour..Side Note: Cartman is practically invisible in this episode,did he say ..anything ?


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