South Park

Season 13 Episode 4

Eat, Pray, Queef

6
Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Apr 01, 2009 on Comedy Central
6.8
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552 votes
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Episode Summary

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The boys find themselves victims of an April Fool's Day joke, and it doesn't go over well at all. Butters is down, Cartman is infuriated and the rest of the boys are scared it's going to happen again.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • People don't get it; It wasn't supposed to be witty

    9.0
    This episode wasn't going for wit. They wanted to make an episode about how boys love farting bu think queefing is gross. It is what it is. South Park is a show known for its parody of American politics and hot button issue type humor. But Stone and Parker love throwing something junvenile in there everynow and then to remind the viewers that deep down this is a show about ten year old boys in small town America. Not every episode needs a polictial message. Boys love farts. It is what it is. I have no idea why so many people hated this episode.moreless
  • WORST EPISODE EVER.

    1.0
    This episode is absolute turd. Everybody should know that by now. It's just about cruddy toilet humour and people farting. South park is usually genius! What the hell where they thinking!? Why did they take a fantastic show and make a really crap episode? Why? It's unfunny and abysmal. They took it too far. When the season thirteen boxset is released, before you buy it, remeber this review. AVOID THIS EPISODE. Yes, it's that bad. There are much more better episodes in season thirteen which are better than this, such as the great 'fatbeard', which makes you wonder why they went through the hassle of making this horrible episode. If you want to introduce somebody to south park, this isn't the episode to show them because if you do, they will never watch it again.moreless
  • One of the worst episodes ever...

    1.0
    This is definetley one of the worst episodes of South Park ever by a mile.



    I hate all the disgusting potty humor they put in this episode for one. The women queefing on the doctor was disturbing, and I thought it was disgusting in complete honesty. South Park normally is genius, but I was shocked when they made this episode. Complete disgrace.



    We saw nothing funny from any of the characters. Terrance and Phillips were disgusting, not to mention was saw a breif glance of Terrance and Phillips penis after they were having sex. Ugh...



    Awful epsiode was gross humor, awful plot, a complete disgrace to South Park, and one of the worst episodes of all time. Althought, South Park is normally one of the greatest T.V. shows ever.moreless
  • Yuck!

    1.0
    "Eat, Pray, Queef"



    Grade: F



    By far the worst South Park episode (Even worse than Stanley's Cup and Britney's New Look). Eat, Pray, Queef is full of jokes that didn't work or were not funny at all. The Terrance and Phillip plot was terrible, and so was the main one. I don't think I laughed once in this episode, and I would not go back to it at all. Yes, its that bad! Those Queef Sisters characters were just plain annoying and I hope they don't return! It was screwed up in a way that made the episode really bad. Gross humour didn't work here, so it was a disaster and a terrible April Fools joke! And to think Season 13 had a pretty strong start as well!moreless
  • THE most underrated episode ever!

    8.0
    Yes, like a previous reviewer said, it seems that this site is hypocritical. How did South Park go too far, may I ask? It's South Park, for god's sake! They always go into territory that no one else dares go! I haven't laughed so hard at a South Park episode in a LONG time, let me tell you. Okay, maybe Elementary School Musical is an exception, but you get my drift. This felt closer to all the older episodes than the recent ones have so far. I'll admit, I've given some episodes a bit too much credit, but this one deserves the credit it gets. Besides, they've mentioned queefing in the show before, so I fail to see how this can be classified as bad. Besides, it also conveys a message of equality and tolerance. You gotta at least give it credit for that.moreless
Trey Parker

Trey Parker

Voice of Stan Marsh; Eric Theodore Cartman; Randy Marsh; Mr. Garrison

Matt Stone

Matt Stone

Voice of Kyle Broflovski; Kenny McKormick; Leopold 'Butters' Stotch; Gerald Broflovski

Mona Marshall

Mona Marshall

Voice of Sheila Broflovski; Various Other Females

April Stewart

April Stewart

Voice of Liane Cartman; Principal Victoria; Sharon Marsh; Wendy Testaburger; Various Other Females

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (5)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Doctor: That's it! No pap smear for you!
      Katherine: But doctor, what if I have cancer?
      Doctor: You should have thought of that before you queefed in my face three times!

    • Sharon: Alright, tell me exactly where the line is. Okay how about this. I have a friend Abbey, She had a baby boy and it farted.
      (Randy laughs)
      Randy: Yeah?
      Sharon: But she was actually still pregnant with the baby boy and it farted inside her.
      Randy and Stan start laughing
      Randy: Yeah?
      Sharon:And then the gas from the baby's fart traveled down and shot out her vagina.
      (quiet pause)
      Randy: Come on Stanley, lets go.

    • Narrator: Previously on Terrance and Phillip, Terrance farted on the American President but Phillip took the heat. And now the thrilling conclusion of Terrance and Phillip: Bloodrage!...Will not be seen to night so we can bring you this Queef Sisters special!
      (large lettering reading "April Fools" appears along with April fools buzzer)

    • Shelly:Are you Australian, Mom? Because that was a great barrier queef.

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Sideways
      Terrence and Phillip and the Queef Sister go on a road trip tasting wine. This was one of the main plot lines from the movie Sideways.

    • We Are the World


      "Queef Free", sung at the end of the episode, is a parody of "We Are the World". "We Are the World" is a charity song written in 1985 by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie, and was performed by some of the biggest artists of the 1980's. The proceeds of the songwent to USA for Africa, an organization established by these artists to benefit African hunger relief.

    • The title is a reference to the book 'Eat, Pray, Love' by Elizabeth Gilbert.

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