South Park

Season 15 Episode 9

The Last of the Meheecans

Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Oct 12, 2011 on Comedy Central
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Episode Summary


What begins as an innocent game between the boys turns serious when Cartman joins the U.S. Border Patrol. Not surprisingly, Cartman turns out to be really good at stopping Mexicans.

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  • "worst episode ever"

    So basically stan got lost in the woods and become the king of mexicans or sumthin

    cartman played texans vs. mexicans

    and butters rode a doneky.

    Ever since season 2010 south park has been sliding...It soon will be dead, I fear. "Border Wars" was only slightly worst than last weeks asspergers feature...STEVEJOBSandtheSHITTYMILLIPEED (i don actually know what that episode was called) was bad as well like the rest of season 12. At least we got to see kenny a lot in this episode. I think just this season, in 2011, he is starting to become more of a main character. Then again, watching butters sit on a donkey wasnt all that entertaining. I miss when cartman was more evil and tried to exterminate the jews and kill hippies and the like.moreless
  • Last of the Meheecans..OMG--This is the funniest and most racist episode since PEE !

    I loved it! This was incredibly well done, and funny as all hell ! A Major accomplishment. Butters is always used for comic relief but this one is the King Of All Butters Episodes.

    The BOYS play "Border Patrol". Butters takes on the role of a Mexican who turns into the Center of attention to convince all Mexicans to RETURN to Mexico because their jobs SUCK in the USA.

    meanwhile Butters is converted into a LEAF BLOWER by a couple who accidentally hit him on the side of the road. Butters escapes, goes down to Mexico and becomes a FOLK-LEGEND.

    This episode is LMAO funny and it has strong production values and very good writing. The BEST SP episode I have seen in years. Mexicans want to Cross the border BACK into Mexico. Butters becomes the most Spiritually influencial Mexican and a role model. Cartman really enjoys his role as a Texas border patrolman (a role he was born to play). How can anyone NOT like this one?moreless
  • Classic cartman doing the roundup with the other guys.

    Classic cartman doing the roundup with the other guys. This is pretty funny and doesnt destory cultural or racial ties. It takes a spin as many of the episodes do and challenges the accepted norms of society. Yes, mexicans sneaking into america right past the border control is a norm.

  • Smart and funny as hell!

    I'm a big South Park fan; as such, I can also appreciate the episodes concentrating less on wits, and more on brutality & shock value. However, the episodes I enjoy the most are the intelligent and satirical ones, and this episode in particular is a great example of that kind! A couple of people said it's racist - no, it's not, it's actually smart! They exploit racial stereotypes to convey a strong and very intelligent socioeconomic, political and cultural criticism of contemporary USA. And they do it in the best possible way - by making us laugh really hard! Thumbs up, this is probably the best South Park episode since "You Have 0 Friends". And it has Butters, what more can you ask?! Watch it and enjoy it!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

April Stewart

April Stewart

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

Eduardo Alvarado

Eduardo Alvarado

Voice of Unknown

Guest Star

Andres Argote

Andres Argote

Voice of Unknown

Guest Star



Voice of Unknown

Guest Star

Adrien Beard

Adrien Beard

Voice of Token Williams

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • Two Cartmans can be seen in the Texans versus Mexicans game scene when Jimmy called base.

    • There are goofs on two board games in the scene where Cartman had a nightmare.

      The logo on the Monopoly board is placed in a different orientation compared to the standard gameboard. Another game, Living, is a parody of the game of Life.

      Both boards appears to have rotated at the next shot, when Cartman tries to wake everyone up.

    • The Butters Pinata blinks when Cartman tackles it.

  • QUOTES (0)

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    • When Randy went outside and sees a lot of leaves in the yard, he says "no" in a long low voice with music being played. This is from "Star Wars episode III: Revenge of the Sith" where Darth Sidious tells Darth Vader that Padme is dead and Darth Vader yells "no" with music being played.

    • The donkey riding scene was reminiscent of the spaghetti westerns of Clint Eastwood.

    • Monty Python's Life of Brian:

      The sequence where a naked Butters opens up the doors to a crowd of followers waiting for him in the courtyard is homage to a scene Graham Chapman played in Monty Python's classic film from 1979.