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I understood this episode; it was a prank by the writers. I get that. Everyone was all excited to see who was Cartman's father and instead they show this unrelated episode. I get it. It's just it bored me. A lot. None of it was interesting, and the only laugh I got was when one of them said "So find him innocent, or he'll kill you." And that itself was not even that funny. Like I said, I get the fact that this was a joke, and I can certainly handle a joke. It's just that this episode, as a whole, did not make me laugh and the whole episode bored me. Terrance and Philip try to stop Saddam from taking over Canada. I don't know. Not my cup of tea. Easily one of the worst episodes of the series, for me anyway.moreless
Would have Loved A Spin Off
Terrance & Phillip in "Not Without My Anus" is so very funny. I can see why people might hate it, its not south park for one and then there is the having to wait for the Cartman's father conclusion. But if you filter away the frustration you may have as Not Without My Anus starts you will be in for a treat. The episode plays very well with Terrance and Phillip being delightfully dim-witted. The story is larger then any that south park had played with before and we get the first appearance of Saddam Hussein. Not Without My Anus is the first departure episode for South Park and is pulled of thanks to some great jokes.moreless
I could not get into this episode.
When first finding out this episode was a prank, I knew I wasn't going to like watching the episode. Hardly anyone I know enjoy's this episode. In polls by Comedy Central, this episode an also 'Pip' was not included. The main reson why is that the episode is not even linked (I mean in character) in anyway to South Park. The same is for 'A Million Little Fibers' Even the network did not like the episode. That is why they had to make 'Cartman's Mum Is Still A Dirty Slut' so quickly. So in conclusion, avoid this and the others of it's kind.moreless
Frustrating but this right here is simply one of the most under rated South Park episode...ever.
I remember the first time I was this episode, I was so pissed off and frustrated. The whole april fool stuff really got on my nerves and I hated the episode. But now after re- watch, I can say that this episode is hugely under rated, it`s funny, it`s actually hilarious.
Finally, I think the April fool joke is a genius strike of Matt Stone and Trey Parker. Terrence and Phillip are so funny in this episode. I laughed out so loud at almost every of their scenes. Even the plot with Celin Dion, Sadam, Scott etc...is great. I can`t believe I did not like this in the first place. I think everybody who did not like it should give it a second try. I`m sure Matt and Trey never regretted this one, and they are right!moreless
a pretty lame episode of south park.
to sum this episode up in one word-STUPID!!!. this episode is a 20-min adventure with terrance and phillip. the plot goes like this, teerance and phillip are accused of murder by a guy called scott but the jury find terrance innocent. Then saddam hussain contacts scott and says if he smuggles him into canada he'll dispose of scott. Scott tells T & P that terrances daughter has been kidnapped and is in iran. they get the kid and on the flight back saddam is on it. he doesnt kill T & P and invasdes canada turning it into his own country so T & P have to save the day. the plot is quite good i guess but the comedy is just fart jokes and whilst its funny on a 1 minute clip in south park they don't deserve a full episode.moreless
well all in all the episode was very mediocre at best. I might just be holding my standards a little to high but it is south park.
well i found this episode to be funny only because it was an april fools joke. The writing of the plot was not up to par, and everything about the episode lacked greatly. It would have been better if the rest of the crew were incorporated some how in the plot. I watch south park not Terrance and Phillip. The fart jokes can be funny, but a whole episode it does get incredibly old. I was pretty happy when i saw saddam\\\'s face though. It is always great to poke fun at the world leaders of today. Well maybe like 3 years ago, but close enough.moreless
"Say, Terrance, let's look for treasure!"
An April Fools joke from the creators of South Park...This is the Terrance & Philip "TV movie" that was aired in place of the sequel of Cartman's Mom is still a Dirty Slut episode. In this episode, Terrance and Philip must save Canada from Saddam Hussein.
This was still one of the best episodes from season 2. This episode has clever jokes and witty humor. Ugly Bob, Celine Dion and everything. This is also the first parody of Saddam Hussein.
This has also different animation style. All the canadians have floppy heads, and they have square-shaped wheels for cars. A great Canada parody!moreless
This episode seems intentionally made to disappoint the fans of South Park, and it still stands as one of the show’s most unpopular episodes. However, I find that it ages quite well—certainly better than the episode we had expected to see in its place. Terrance and Phillip are hysterical, and the supporting role of Ugly Bob is equally amusing. After all this time, this episode has managed to become a favorite of mine, and the fact that it’s the only Terrance & Phillip episode devoted entirely to these two characters makes it worth any fan’s while.moreless
Enjoyable, but not that great.
This was the first episode in the series to not feature the boys at all and I didn't like it that much. It consisted mainly of farts, which are funny, to an extent. The storyline made little sense, but I suppose that is to be expected of South Park. I would not recommend this to anyone who is interested in getting into the show. One of the funniest things about this episode was Ugly Bob. He looked exactly the same as other Canadians, but they all made fun his hideous, terrible looks and forced him to put a paper bag over his head.moreless