South Park

Season 10 Episode 9

Mystery of the Urinal Deuce

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Oct 11, 2006 on Comedy Central
8.9
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Cartman reveals who masterminded the attacks of 9/11, while Kyle and Stan search for the real truth; meanwhile Mr. Mackey just wants to know who dropped the deuce in the urinal.

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  • MrBond5000, did you watch the entire episode?

    9.0
    This is in response to MrBond5000:



    Did you actually watch the episode all the way through? They specifically said at the end that 9/11 was NOT a conspiracy, and the government was the one actually promoting the 9/11 conspiracy theories.
  • perfect

    10
    Kyle and Stan try to figure out what really happened on 9/11, and Mr. Mackey is determined to find out who took a dump in a urinal in the boys' bathroom. What really happened and who took the dump in the urinal!



    Good episode. Mr. Mackey was pretty funny in it. The only downside, for me, was the "Hardly Boys", who to me really were not that funny, they were more irritating than anything and I really was just plain old annoyed by them. But the rest of the episode was so good it still gets an A+ from me.moreless
  • Im getting such a raging clue right now.

    9.9
    Cartman reveals who masterminded the attacks of 9/11, while Kyle and Stan search for the real truth; meanwhile Mr. Mackey just wants to know who dropped the deuce in the urinal. This episode was flat out funny. I've never seen anything like it. I always knew it would just be a matter of time before South Park did an episode on Nine Eleven. It was more than I expected from an episode about Nine Eleven. I cant believe they could make Nine Eleven so darn funny though. Cartman's conspiracy theorys just went a bit too far in this one. Tagline "You just pull down your pants, squat right over the urinal. Maybe pull apart yours butt cheeks alittle with your hand and lay out a chocolate hot dog." -Mr.Mackeymoreless
  • My new favorite episode.

    10
    This episode is about someone taking a dump in the urinal. Mr. Mackey is the first to see. He goes to Mr. Garrison's classroom and tells all the girls to go out in the hallway. He asks who did it. No one admitted it. Then, he said "M'kay! M'kay!" And while saying that, he was jumping from side to side. It eventually leads into 9/11. Cartman thinks it's a conspiracy. The Hardly Boys come to investigate the dump inside the urinal. The next day, Cartman says Kyle is responsible for 9/11. Kyle tells his parents that he's being blamed for 9/11. Then, the Hardly Boys come in again. Stan and Kyle go to a man's house, a man who believes that 9/11 was caused by the government. The FBI captures them. President Bush kills the man and Dick Cheney attempts to his Stan and Kyle with a bow and arrow. He misses. Stan and Kyle get out of the White House. Meanwhile, Clyde gets blamed for the dump in the urinal. They wound up seeing the man who got killed by President Bush. Stan and Kyle chased him into a dark alley when he got shot by a random guy. Then, the follow the guy and find out that's the Hardly Boys' father. President Bush and the others came inside the Hardly Boys' mansion. Then, the Hardly Boys found out who took the dump in the urinal. Stan pulls a gun out on Kyle. Stan was the one who took the dump in the urinal. The government said they would take the blame for the dump if Stan made websites about the government about 9/11. Stan has to clean the urinal at the end of the episode. Overall, I give this episode a perfect 10.moreless
  • I'm getting such a raging clue!

    8.5
    This episode has a plot and a sub-plot, both very entertaining and funny! The plot takes after the title... someone has taken a dump in the boys urinal and Mr. Mackey isn't gonna let it go. The sub-plot involves the "conspiracy" behind 9/11. In the plot, the Hardly Boys are called in to investigate who might have taken the deuce in the urinal... and they get plenty of "raging" clues. In the sub-plot, Stan and Kyle attempt to find out the truth behind the 9/11 attacks. With a couple of twists thrown in and the Hardly Boys' great one-liners, this episode was awesome!!! "Let's follow that clue."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

Kyle McCulloch

Kyle McCulloch

Voice of Unknown

Guest Star

April Stewart

April Stewart

Voice of Unknown

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (15)

    • Cartman says he's zooming in on tower two but it's really tower one.

    • When Mr. Mackey is on the intercom after he says "Chocolate hotdog", you could see Principal Victoria in the background laughing.

    • Mr. Mackey said south park elementary has more than 300 males. That likely says that there are about 600 students.

    • This is the second time in South Park someone has mentioned going #2 in the urinal. In the episode "Starvin' Marvin in Space" when the CIA comes to get the boys Cartman says "It was Kyle who went #2 in the urinal!" To which Kyle replied "Shut up fatass, I saw you do it!"

    • After claiming that Kyle is responsible for 9/11, Cartman seemingly vanishes, not saying or being seen doing anything afterward (Kenny also does not appear after that).

    • This episode shows Skeeter believing in the conspiracy that the US government is responsible for nine-eleven. Skeeter has previously supported the US war in Iraq (in "A Little Bit Country"), and it seems he's changed his mind since.

    • All the euphemisms used for 'number two' in this episode:
      deuce
      poop
      dump
      dookey
      crap
      turd
      chud
      brown rag doll
      poopscapade
      chocolate hotdog
      fudge dragon
      mud monkey

    • The Shop class teacher Richard Adler returns after a 6 season abscence.

    • In the "real" Hardy Boys novels, Frank had brown hair and Joe had blond hair. In this episode, Frank Hardly has blond hair and Joe Hardly has brown hair. This is proved at the end of the episode at the Hardly's father's house when the blond Hardly says, "I got such a raging clue that I almost shot clue-glue all over Joe" to the brown haired Hardly.

    • When Kyle's walking in the hall after Cartman points out Kyle as the 9/11 mastermind, Kyle says "Hi, Token". The closed captioning says "Hi, Jimmy."

    • Although Cartman claims Kyle received a grade of 91 on a spelling test twelve days after 9/11, the attacks occurred on a Tuesday, so 12 days after it would have been on a Sunday, when public schools do not have classes.

      Furthermore, chronologically speaking, 9/11 happened 5 years before this episode. so Kyle would have been only 3 years old. 3 year olds don't even go to public school, let alone have any capability to cause 9/11, at an age where most can't even read.

    • Although Kenny appears in this episode he does not talk.

    • In the White House seen when Bush is explaining his plan all of his aids/advisors in the background eyebrows are all in the "v" shaped position making them all look evil.

    • Clyde has no colon, he had surgery to that removed it, and therefore he is unable to defecate in the traditional manner.

    • There is a new student named Leroy in this episode.

  • QUOTES (20)

    • Eric: Butters, do you think 9/11 was just a plot by some angry terrorists? Or do you think it was some kind of cover up?
      Butters: Well, I heard 9/11 was caused by President Bush.
      Eric: Aha, You see?
      Kyle: Where did you hear that?
      Butters: From Eric.
      Eric: I rest my case!

    • Cartman: So now, the inevitable question: if terrorists didn't cause 9/11, who did? (begins to use his fingers to show the numbers as he says them) Remember that there are in fact two towers. Two minus one is one; one one - 11; two minus one is one; one one, and there are nine members on Silverstein's board of directors. That's nine-one-one. Nine-eleven. And take 2 - 1 + 9/11 and you get 12, which leads us all to the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks. (click. Kyle now appears superimposed on the 9/11 picture already onscreen) Kyle!
      Kyle: Me??
      Cartman: Twelve contains the numbers one and two, just like the toilet yesterday where somebody went number two instead of number one! And one and two with 911 and you get 914! Drop the 4 and it's 91! Exactly the score Kyle got on his spelling test twelve days after 9/11! Who has the most to gain from 9/11?! Kyle! Who was nowhere to be found the morning the towers fell?! Kyle! Who dropped the deuce in the urinal?! Kyle! But probably the most damning of all is the evidence seen in this photo of Tower 2! (clicks, and another shot of the Twin Towers is shown) When I zoomed in I saw what first appeared to be a blur, (zooms in on the picture, which just becomes pixilated) but when I computer-enhanced it, (the pixilation disappears as the picture sharpens - it's a drawing of an evil Kyle with a large, sharp knife in his right hand) You almost got away with it, you sneaky butt hole.

    • Mr. Mackey: This is Mr. Venezuela, school janitor, M'Kay. He's the person who has to clean up when some trickster drops a dook in the wrong toilet. Mr. Venezuela makes six bucks an hour at best, M'kay. He's got three kids at home, he's got a car that barely works, he's gotta clean up puke with saw dust, M'Kay. Then he walks into the boys' room and sees a big meaty chud staring him in the face. So when you crapped in that urinal, M'Kay, you might has well have just dropped your pants and laid a turd right on Mr. Venezuela's head.

    • Cartmans 9/11 Song
      Cartman: (Singing) Is it wrong for me to ask questions? Is it wrong to seek the truth? I can't just blindly accept their version. I can't face my logic on proof. Almost all the evidence points one way, but I'm not Charlie Sheen in "Glorious Devan." I need to know what really happened on 9/11, 11, 11, 11, 11. What really happened, on 9/11? Of course, it's so obvious. How did we not see it before?

    • Cartman: For show and tell today I have brought, my shocking power point presentation on the truth behind the 9/11 attacks.
      Kyle: Oh Christ.

    • Detective Hardly: And that's where Frank got his biggest clue.
      Frank Hardly: It was HUUUUUuge.

    • Stan: (To President Bush) Why?
      President Bush: The oldest reason in the world - money. You see, when the towers fell the American sheeple picked up their flags, letting us invade any country we want. Iraq. Getting the oil, got us more money which made us even more rich.
      Cabinet worker: Beautiful money!

    • Mr. Mackey: M'Kay, you all might think that dropping a dook in the urinal is a victimless crime, M'Kay!

    • Mr. Mackey: … because SOMEONE had to walk into the bathroom…drop their pants…turn around…maybe spread their butt cheeks apart with their hands…and squeeze out a choclate hot dog.

    • Mr. Mackey: After having to wake up early, you know? There's NO coffee in the teacher's lounge, and then you walk into the bathroom to just find a big dook laying there in the urinal! Like it's laughing at you!

    • Joe Hardly: I've got such a raging clue now.
      Frank Hardly: Mine's pointing to the left.

    • Kyle: (After the secret of the conspiracy is known.) So then who was responsible for 9/11?
      Stan: What do you mean? A bunch of pissed off Muslims.
      Frank Hardly: Yeah, what are you retarded?
      (everyone in the room laughs at Kyle)

    • Kyle: Anybody who thinks 9/11 was a conspiracy is a retard.
      Cartman: Oh, really? Well, did you know that over one-fourth of people in America think that 9/11 was a conspiracy? Are you saying that one-fourth of Americans are retards?
      Kyle: Yes, I'm saying one-fourth of Americans are retards.
      Stan: Yeah, at least one-fourth.
      Kyle Lets take a test sample. (to Cartman) Theres 4 of us, you're a retard, and thats one-fourth.

    • Joe Hardly: I was getting a clue like every two minutes.
      Frank Hardly: I got such a raging clue that I almost shot clue goo all over Joe.

    • Mr. Mackey: Excuse me, can we get back to the issue please? You all don't seem to understand how serious this is. Now who made dookie in the urinal?

    • Dick Cheney: Dang it! I missed again.
      George Bush: For Christ's Sake, Cheney!

    • Mr. Mackey: One of you thought it'd be funny to drop your pants, and drop a nice mud monkey in the urinal.

    • Jimbo: He's right! The turd could've been put in there to cover up 9/11!

    • Cartman: Remember that there are, in fact, 2 towers. 2-1 is 1. 1,1: 11. 2-1 is 1. 1,1. And there are 9 members on Silverstein's board of directors. That's 9,1,1: 9/11. And take 2-1 + 9/11 and you get 12. Which leads us all to the master mind of the 9/11 attacks…Kyle!

    • Mr. Mackey: Who would take a crap in a urinal?

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (5)

    • The Game:

      When Stan and Kyle are brought to the White House, the guy is shot. They later find out he is just an actor, which leads them to uncover the consperacy. Same thing happens in "The Game".

    • The Wizard:

      The Chicago scene was reminiscent of a similar scene in the 1989 movie The Wizard.

    • Current Events: The day of the original broadcast, an airplane crashed into an apartment building in Manhattan. Even though it was proven not to be done by terrorists, the pictures of the building on fire were reminiscent of the pictures of the World Trade Center on 9/11.

    • Current Events/Dick Cheney:

      When Dick Cheney attempts to kill Stan and Kyle with a crossbow, but misses and hits a fire alarm is a parody of the hunting accident he had earlier in 2006.

    • The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries:

      The graphics and music that introduces "The Hardly Boys" are from this 1977 ABC series.

      "The Hardly Boys" themselves are a parody of The Hardy Boys series of mystery novels. According to Dixon's story, Frank Hardy was the elder of the brothers at age 18. Frank is the one with the brown hair. Joe, 17, is the younger one with the blond hair.

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