South Park

Season 11 Episode 9

More Crap

Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Oct 10, 2007 on Comedy Central
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Episode Summary

Randy Marsh becomes a local hero in South Park after the guys at the bar see the size of his latest crap. After some talking with the guys, Randy believes he could be a contender for the World Record. But is there someone else who wants it more?moreless

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  • Why we watch crap shows

    Even though this shows was crap, you gotta know one thing, the whole show is crap. If you watch this shows in general, you'll probably laugh at the ***ed-ness in this episode.

    I mean, there is Randy, in the beginning, really constipated, and then it goes to his restroom. He gets so sweaty and raged its just so funny because we all know, we sometimes get enraged when we are taking a huge crap. And then, the sillyness of making something that should be ridiculous, look serious to people who are "professionals", is another thing that makes it funny, where european people come to measure the poop and make a huge deal between Bono and Randy for largest crap. Then it just got weird towards the end where you find out why Bono has a huge crap, since Randy does a random ironic poop that makes him almost fly in the sky...

    It would have been funny if they did some Bono blitz at the end though...moreless
  • One of the worst ever.

    There was really nothing good or funny that happened in this episode. It was almost boring if I must say so. The joke wore out early on in the episode. It just couldn't be sustained for a half an hour segment. Also, the fact that Cartman, or Kyle wasn't in really brought it down to a low level. That is why I give it a score of 3. It just wasn't funny at all, I didn't laugh, at all. It didn't keep me interested and I will not be watching it again. It would make the list of top 5 worst episodes of all time in my opinion.moreless
  • Pretty Much bottom 10 all time.

    I'm one of the biggest SP fans, and have to say I was excited to hear they were doing this episode. 1st 1/2 was funny 2nd 1/2 was terrible.

    I know Trent met Bono , and Bono did say he thought it was funny.

    Knowing U2 and Bono win so many awards I thought it was so great the angle the show took the 1st 10mins - having Bono sing a bit and really get into winning this.

    But wow the after that it was just weird, I don't recall an episode of SP that turned this sour so quickly.

    I think what should have happened is Cartman go to a U2 concert at the end of this episode......moreless
  • what was that i just watched

    Randy is constipated, but when he eventually does take a dump, it becomes a record for largest dump ever. But soon Bono believes he has taken a bigger one. Who has the biggest dump ever? And does it really matter!

    What an episode this was. I mean, what? Biggest dump? Uh… I don't know how to respond to that. It's surely a weird episode but I don't know if it is really 'bad.' just… one heck of a weird plot, am I right? I'd say my final grade would be a "B". It's wacky but it was pretty good, I thought.moreless
  • "More Crap" is episode 1109 (#162) of Comedy Central's South Park. It was originally telecast on October 10, 2007.[1][2] It parodies The King of Kong, a documentary about an underdog who is attempting to beat Billy Mitchell's infamous Donkey Kong record.moreless

    Alright, this episode is really funny. The unfortunate thing about this episode is that 85% of the humor is completely lost on probably most people. This episode is more or less a direct spoof of the movie, The King Of Kong: Fistful of Quarters. I am sure a bunch of people just see it as an episode about poop or something. But this episode definitely maintains the topical humor that really makes south park such a good show. The movie is about some guy who sets the world record Donkey Kong score, then like 25 years later, some one beats him in his own garage. The rules state that he has to beat the high score in front of judges. While the original high score record holder is able to just submit a tape. I promise, the spoof quality in this is amazing.

    It's a shame that they the spoof is so obscure though.moreless
Trey Parker

Trey Parker

Voice of Stan Marsh; Eric Theodore Cartman; Herbert Garrison; Officer Barbrady; Terrance; Timmy; Ned Gerblanski; Satan; Randy Ma

Matt Stone

Matt Stone

Voice of Kyle Broflovski; Kenny McKormick; Gerald Broflovski; Pip Pirrup; Jesus; Jimbo Kearn; Phillip; Saddam; Various Others

Mona Marshall

Mona Marshall

Voice of Sheila Broflovski; Linda Stotch; Various Others

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (5)

    • The license plate in Bono's car Stan and the butler drive says "Eins", "One" in german. Probably because Bono has to be the number one everywhere.

    • When Stan and the butler drive to Switzerland, the country code on the license plate is actually wrong. "D" stands for Deutschland (Germany), not Schweiz (Switzerland).

    • Stan said Randy has never won anything. Also, Randy sarcastically apologized to Sharon for not having Nobel Prize nomination. Both statements are wrong, since he won the Nobel Prize in "Spontaneus Combustion".

    • When Randy is being given an ultrasound, Gerald is seen in the group of guys with Randy as the doctor shows the turd inside him. A few seconds later though, it shows Gerald entering the room announcing some new news.

    • They say Bono's weight is 80 Courics which means he weighs 200 pounds.

  • QUOTES (15)

    • Society Leader: Does Bono want the biddy?

    • Jimbo: You guys shoulda seen the crap Randy took last night! It was honestly, the biggest crap anyone has ever taken. Ever.
      Randy: Well I don't know about ever...
      Jimbo: I'm tellin' you this thing was the size of a freakin' football.
      Randy: I guess it was pretty big.
      Stuart: A football? That's amazing.

    • Randy: Look what your old man made.
      Stan: No way!
      Randy: Huh? Never seen one that big, have you?
      Stan: No, never.
      Shelley: Gross, Dad, sick!
      Sharon: All right, will you flush the toilet now?!
      Randy: I'll try, but I don't think- wait wait wait wait a minute. I gotta call Jimbo first.
      Sharon: Why?!
      Randy: Well he's gotta see this.

    • Stan: (to Bono) Hi, my name is Stan Marsh. My dad is trying to beat your record for biggest crap.
      Bono: Oh, right. He can't make it to Zurich, right?
      Stan: That's kinda what I'm here for. Do you really need the biggest crap record? Could you maybe see your way to just letting my dad have this one?
      Bono: Let him have it? Why would I do that?
      Stan: Well, you gotta understand sir. My dad's never won an award for anything. Ever. He doesn't have one single trophy. I mean, even I have a second place trophy for "Most Sports Illustrated Subscriptions Sold."
      Bono: (boasting) I have the first place trophy for that.

    • Gerald: Guys, we have a problem. I talked to the FSM and they say Randy has to take the crap in Zurich.
      Randy: In Zurich?
      Gerald: They say Bono is demanding it and that their hands are tied.
      Doctor: I'm sorry, Mr. Marsh. I cannot condone you traveling on an airplane in your condition. It is never safe to fly during your turd trimester.

    • CNN Anchorman: Tonight, a possible attack on Iran may mean the beginning of a new war in the Middle East.
      Sharon: (watching the news) Oh no.
      CNN Anchorman: But first, the record for the world's biggest crap. Will it again be broken?
      Sharon: Ugh.

    • Stan: Dad, um, I think dinner's almost ready.
      Randy: (crying) I almost did it. I almost made something of myself. You know, when you get real close, you start to think that maybe your life's gonna matter. I mean, this was something I made, something that came from me, that was a part of me...the only thing I ever made that was any good.
      Stan: Gee, thanks a lot Dad.
      Randy: You're welcome. (sniffle) And I just know that this late in my life, I'll never come so close to finally having meaning.

    • Doctor: Well, there's no doubt in my mind Mr. Marsh. You are constipated.
      Randy: Thanks for the news flash, I haven't taken a crap in over 3 weeks. The question is why?
      Doctor: Well what food have you been eating?
      Randy: P.F. Changs mostly, good stuff.
      Doctor: I'm going to prescribe a laxative. But I must warn you. When you do finally pass this stool, it might be very painful.
      Randy: How painful is painful?
      (Cuts to Randy on toilet)
      Randy: AAAARAGH!!

    • Randy: (crying) I'm sorry I can't crap like Bono.

    • Stan: (to Bono) At some point can't you just kinda...F**k off?

    • Stephen: If you walk away now, you'll always wonder...How big a crap...You could have taken.

    • Sharon: All this over what guy took the biggest crap!?!

    • Bono: (upon hearing his phone ring) Oh, excuse me, I must be getting another award.

    • European man: (while examining Randy's stool) I believe I detect some cabbage as well.

    • Randy: (looking in the toilet) That...Is...Huge.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Cartman, Kenny and Kyle don't appear in this episode. This is the first episode in which Stan appears, but none of the other three boys do.


    • The television in the Marsh's house says Fony, another obvious pun on Sony, the electronics appliance company.

    • Little Britain:

      The part where Bono's dad gives him "bitty" is based on the character Harvey getting bitty from his mother in the British comedy Little Britain

    • King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters:

      The way that Randy and Bono are competing for Biggest Crap is very reminiscent of the battle that Billy Mitchell and Steve Wiebe had for who had the highest Donkey Kong Score as seen in the 2007 documentary, The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters. Especially Bono sending in the tape of the record breaker and it being accepted without being fact checked and the former champion continuing to change the rules so they he can't lose his record.

    • U2: Vertigo:

      "Hello, hello!" and "Yea, yea, yea, yea, yea!" are both parts of the song by U2. Bono is of course the vocalist.