South Park

Season 13 Episode 14


Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Nov 18, 2009 on Comedy Central
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Things at the water park are not what they seem when the boy's fun filled day is about to turn deadly because there are too many people peeing in the pool, which causes disaster to strike and the boys are in a race to survive. Meanwhile, Cartman tries to warn everyone that there are too many minorities, more blacks and hispanics than white people.moreless

Who was the Episode MVP ?

  • I forgot to laugh...what happened?

    I saw this episode and instead of a bang for a was a dud. Cartman was being racist and stupid as usual hating most of the people there, Kyle seems to have OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder) in this episode and though many people admitted they do pee in the only ranks under 2% by water and it gets cleansed by the filters and chemicals as well as sweat, lotion, and blood (don't ask). And the character Pi Pi may seem too much of a Stereotypical Italian. Some shows in South Park are funny for this...but not this one.moreless
  • "we're Goin to The Water park..we're going to.....

    Come on..what is wrong with half of you. Don;t you know why this episode is so funny....CARTMAN'S WORLD PANAROI is coming to REALITY. OMG--have you ever BEEN to an Urban Water Park....Cartman wasn't counting minorities for a joke...he found out HE is the minortity..although his definition of "minority" won;t allow him to accept anything but "the Black and Brown people" as minorities. But aloas Cartmab, it;s true YOU, fat little white mam. ARE becoming the minority...especially at Amusement parks, Water Parks, basketball events, and any comedy festival featuring Tyler Perry and Carlos Mencia. the SONG Cartman sings is heart felt, GOOD, and TRUE....Great song.

    The whole Kyle doesnt like PEE thing was a bit weak and the scenes of Randy pissing on a money were just kind of stupid. I enjoyed the Cartman paranoia because it was REAL not paranoia LOL...WE are now the minority as Stan said..and as Kuyle said "Cartman that's the most MATH Ive ever seen you do" LOL/.moreless
  • South Park goes way over the top in this doomsday episode

    the 1st time i watched this episode, i thought it was pretty funny but then the 2nd time i saw it, i realized south park can do way better and his this season. Fishsticks= brilliant, Whale Whores was awesome, Dead Celebrities was also very hilarious and after seeing all those episodes this one just doesn't live up to expectations. This half season saw no Garrison, not much Randy time except for the end of this episode, no officer barbrady, no jimbo or ned, i actually like seeing adult characters once in a while besides always seeing cartman. Sure cartman is one of the best characters but everything he does now is predictable, and if you want a great cartman episode it has to involve him coming up with a scheme to try and earn money or getting back at someone for something. Think of South Park's most highest rated episode; scott tenorman must die. In that episode Cartman is at his best, sadistic, evil, and out of control. And that is what makes a classic south park. Sorry to say this but i just think this episode was lacking a bit of humor and plot.moreless
  • Terrible episode

    Terrible episode - no humour in this at all. I joined to rate this episode - that is how bad it is. What has happened to South Park? This series is woeful. I can't believe the people that give these episodes a high score actually ever loved the real South Park. Even Cartman doesn't sound like Cartman any more and the grossness is just for the sake of being gross. The intended humour and the "message" or "satire" is about as subtle and unfunny as a migraine. A while back I thought South Park was managing to avoid Simpsons-Syndrome (seasons of unfunny shows), but now it is just as embarassing as Homer et al.moreless
  • It pains me to give it such a low score but this one was one of the worst season finales.

    I tried very hard to get on board with this one, but I just felt Trey and Matt had exhausted themselves to the point where they couldn't come up with anything. It isn't an episode I'd go back and watch again in the same I watched Butters Bottom B- and The F Word. I think it was messily put together and not even Randy could save it, where he could always be counted on to save a dying episode. The highlight might have been Cartman's song in the middle, but I've never been a fan of the show dipping into musical numbers have way through. Sorry, boys, it's a thumbs down from this end.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


  • TRIVIA (6)

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Stan: Kyle! Quick, you gotta swim over to us!
      Kyle: No way!
      Jimmy: You gotta swim over here, Kyle.
      Butters: Come on, Kyle!
      Kyle: Dude, that's all pee!
      Stan: Well, if you don't swim in it, you're gonna die.
      Kyle: I'll die if I do swim in it!
      Stan: Kyle, it's just pee. It's not that big a deal.
      Kyle: Yes, it is a big deal! Why do you think everyone washing their hands after they go to the bathroom?
      Stan: [Hesitates] Well, not everyone washes their hands after they go to the bathroom.
      Kyle: [Shocked] What!?
      Stan: [Ignoring Kyle's disbelief] Come on, dude, you gotta swim!
      Kyle: You don't wash your hands after going to the bathroom?
      Stan: Not... all the time!
      Kyle: That is gross!
      Stan: Why? It's not like you're peeing on your hands. There's more germs on most furniture then there is in pee.
      Butters: Yeah. If anything you should wash your hands before you touch your wiener.

    • Cartman: You guys! You guys! We have got problems of biblical proportions!
      Stan: Dude, where have you been?
      Cartman: I've been counting. Do you know there are 205 Mexicans here? And there are 190 black people.
      Kyle: So what?
      Cartman: So? Guess how many white people are at the water park today? 143! There are actually more minorities here than us!
      Kyle: Well then they're not minorities, are they?
      Cartman: What do you mean?
      Kyle: [Annoyed]Dumbass! If there's 60% of them to 40% of us, then who's the minority?
      Cartman: [Clueless] The black and brown people.
      Kyle: No, you're the minority!
      Cartman: Do I look like a minority to you, stupid? Now look guys. I did some calculations. Just last year, there were almost 90% normal people to minorities. That's a 50% rise in one year.
      Stan: This is more math than I've ever seen you do.
      Cartman: Because it's important! A 50% rise each year means that in three years the world will be only minorities. That's 2012! The Mayans predicted this!
      Butters: The who?
      Cartman: The Mayans! They knew minorities would take over the world by the year 2012. And now it's happening!

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