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Voice of Kyle Broflovski; Kenny McKormick; Gerald Broflovski; Pip Pirrup; Jesus; Jimbo Kearn; Phillip; Saddam; Various Others
Voice of Stan Marsh; Eric Theodore Cartman; Herbert Garrison; Officer Barbrady; Terrance; Timmy; Ned Gerblanski; Satan; Randy Ma
Voice of Oprah
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Voice of Towelie
Apart from having the worst (
best) campest mystery accent I've ever heard, Gary is rhyming-slang for Gary Glitter (
When Oprah calls Towelie a liar, his eyes change from being red and half open, to wide eyed and white, without the scene changing. This probably isn't a goof. Oprah just killed Towelie's buzz.
Oprah's Minge: She's getting everyone back on her side! Oh, the clever cow!
Larry King: Tonight we have a very special guest Stephen McTowelie. How are you doing Stephen?
Towelie: (stoned) To tell you the truth Larry, I'm just a little bit high.
Gary: I want to travel! I want to see Paris! I thought life was going to get betta', but Oprah's always busy, workin' and workin', dietin' and not dietin'. I'm either pukin' up mounds of chocolate cake or teaspoons of wheatgrass!
(while Towelie is on Larry King Live)
Geraldo: Larry, this brave reporter has spent days investigating and researching and I have come up with a shocking discovery that is going to rock the balls and ass of the literary world. (dramatic music starts playing) Steven McTowelie, author of "A Million Little Fibers"… IS A TOWEL.
Towelie: (stoned) You're a towel.
Geraldo: No, you're a towel.
Towelie: (still stoned) Well you're a beaner towel.
Book Publisher: I'm sorry to tell you this, sir, but nobody is ever going to publish your memoirs.
Towelie: Huh? Why not?
Book Publisher: Well, just the small trivial fact that people aren't interested in autobiographies of TOWELS.
Towelie: Well, yeah, but maybe people will read my memoirs, and like…apply its lessons to their own lives.
Book Publisher: No, they won't. Because they're people. And you're a towel.
Towelie: (mumbling) You're a towel…
Book Publisher: No, I'm a big book publisher whose not the least bit interested in your stony memoirs. You're a towel.
Book Publisher: Well, that's quite a fascinating story, you being engineered as a towel with a computer chip that determines dryness.
Towelie: Yup, and it's all true.
Book Publisher: Chapters 4 through 8 however seem to be all about Doritos brand corn chips.
Towelie: …well, I guess I could edit those chapters down some.
Towelie: I learned I shouldn't get high to come up with ideas. I should come up with ideas, and then get high to reward myself. (throwing voice to joint) You said it! (proceeds to light up)
Geraldo Rivera, who this episode takes a rip at, actually mentioned South Park's joke towards him on his show At Large With Geraldo Rivera and, instead of people like Tom Cruise or the Roman Catholic Church, he actually laughed at it instead of taking offense.
This is the third episode to not feature any of the main characters. The first being "Terrence and Phillip not Without my Anus", and then "Pip". While he did appear briefly (but didn't speak) in the "previously on" segment at the start of the last episode this is the first time Stan has been missing for two consecutive episodes "Cartoon Wars (2)," and "A Million Little Fibers."
Having become Oprah's 'Book of the Month Selection', Towelie's new book is printed & boxed up by Arbitrary House.
Dog Day Afternoon:
The whole hostage situation is a take off of the 1974 Al Pacino film Dog Day Afternoon.
The book publisher Towelie goes to with his first book, Porcupine Press, is strikingly similar in design to Penguin Press.
The restaurant Towelie works in is, in fact, an actual restaurant chain.
A Million Little Pieces:
The title of the episode, and Towelie's book, A Million Little Fibers, as well as his being on the Oprah Winfrey show are very similar to James Frey and his book A Million Little Pieces.
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