South Park

Season 14 Episode 9

It's a Jersey Thing

2
Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Oct 13, 2010 on Comedy Central
AIRED:
9.2
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Everything east of the Rockies is now part of New Jersey! South Park is in danger of becoming West Jersey within the week. As the Jerseyites spill into Colorado and approach South Park, Randy and the boys stand strong against the onslaught.

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  • 10.13

    1.0
    Man, there was a time when South Park was at the heart of relevancy, but those days are long gone, long gone. I guess it was not bad to try and parody Jersey Shore, to try and mock the show that for some ridiculous reason is sweeping the nation, but they just failed in every way. The voices were annoying, the language was just too stupid, the show is just done. I really cannot comprehend how anyone who could score over 80 on an IQ test could find this funny, but I digress.



    Sorry, but this Jersey Shore episode failed.moreless
  • Untitled

    7.5
    This episode was kinda distarbing man. This episode is a parody of the freakin' Jersey Shore. And it tells that New Jersey is growing to be a bigger state and were is turning in to a character like the ones from Jersey Shore. Then we learn that Kyle's bi##hy mom was born in New Jersey and Cartman want Kyle to be gone since he is part Jersey. And a thing that was really Distarbing is that the Character Snooki from Jersey Shore is feature a ulgy monster alien thingy. When I saw I almost threw up and the South Park gets help from the Terrsion people and then killed the leadermoreless
  • Stay in Jersey, creeps!

    9.0
    Of all the South Park episodes that ripped into celebrities whether "real" or phony (Paris Hilton, Justin Bieber, The Kardashian sisters, etc.) this episode stands out as the ultimate ribbing of the biggest collection of do-nothing phonies ever to disgrace our TV screens.



    It's a Jersey Thing is 1 of the funniest episodes ever since it tells us what would happen if this dreaded "Jersey Shore" phenomenon/plague swoops down onto South Park, CO unexepctedly since a couple of lowlives from New Jersey moves into town & soon after, all hell breaks loose.



    The part i enjoyed in this episode was the appearance of the horrific "Snooki Monster". I'm glad they got around to making fun of those do-nothing creeps from Jersey & anyone who doesn't find this episode funny must have watched way too much Reality TV.moreless
  • it's a jersey thing

    8.5
    Sheila Broflovski has a secret; she's from New Jersey. And Kyle is too! The war between South Park and various Jersey people has been waged, but who will end up winning? Who wants it more!



    Good episode, I was really interested in Kyle trying to hide the fact that he's from Jersey (and according to Cartman, the Three J's- Jinger, Jewish, and Jersey). The only thing I didn't like was the second half was a little boring, but for the most part it was a fun, enjoyable way to spend 22 minutes, and so because of all of this my final grade is in the "B" rangemoreless
  • WE HATE JERSEY!! This episode has it all. Snookie as a rat, trashy Jersey wifes, Kyle turning into a guido, Cartman crying after getting punched my Kyle. Great episode

    10
    WE HATE JERSEY!! This episode has it all. Snookie as a rat who humps everything in sight, trashy Jersey wifes, Kyle turning into a guido, Cartman crying after getting punched my Kyle. This was a great episode and it was about time someone shows these guidos that everyone hates them. Muff cabbage...a lot. I think this should have been the premiere episode last week instead though, the NASCAR episode was just OK. Keep up the good work Matt and Trey, I hope you guys have another 14 seasons in you! southparkstudios.com is great for watching back episodes, with seasons 13 + 14 in HD.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

Ilana Cohan

Ilana Cohan

Voice of Unknown

Guest Star

Lisa Donovan

Lisa Donovan

Voice of Unknown

Guest Star

Robert Ernst (I)

Robert Ernst (I)

Voice of Unknown

Guest Star

Sebastian Yu

Sebastian Yu

Voice of Ike

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • During the phone conversation between Randy and the governor of California, you can see sunset all over South Park. However in the governor's office, the clock at the right of the screen shows a time of 2:30pm. Since South Park is 1 hour ahead of California, the former should have a time of 3:30pm.

      It should be noted that sunsets in Colorado during the month of October usually occur around 6pm.

    • Stephen Stotch said that the feelings of families of the 9/11 victims will still matter for another 10 months, which would calculate to August 2011, nearly 10 years after the attacks.

      However in Jared has Aides, it takes 22.3 years for a serious tragedy to become funny and acceptable to laugh about.

      This means that by the time the feelings for 9/11 no longer matters, it still can not be laughed about for another 12.3 years.

    • Randy called the Japanese Emperor as "Akishino". However, the actual name should be "Akihito".

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Cartman: (to Stan) If you want to get rid of your neighbors, you should crap on their doorsteps every night.
      Kyle: So you're the reason I keep finding crap on my doorstep every morning?!
      Cartman: Ooh, busted...

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Teen Wolf: Kyle makes himself up to look like someone from Jersey while his mother knocks on the bathroom door, insisting that he let her in. When he finally does, she is also dressed up like someone from Jersey. This is a reference to a similar scene in the film Teen Wolf, where Michael J. Fox's character transforms into a werewolf in the bathroom and, after opening the door to reveal his father covered in hair, realizes that his father is also a werewolf.

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