Voice of Stan Marsh; Eric Theodore Cartman; Herbert Garrison; Officer Barbrady; Terrance; Timmy; Ned Gerblanski; Satan; Randy Ma
Voice of Kyle Broflovski; Kenny McKormick; Gerald Broflovski; Pip Pirrup; Jesus; Jimbo Kearn; Phillip; Saddam; Various Others
Voice of Jerome "Chef" McElroy
Voice of Sheila Broflovski; Linda Stotch; Various Others
Voice of Liane Cartman; Wendy Testaburger; Shelly Marsh; Sharon Marsh; Various Others
Voice of Token Williams
Voice of Unknown
Timmy makes a brief appearance with the team in the restaurant, before disappearing in another shot of the members.
1 - Butters
2 - Cousin Kyle
3 - Jimmy
4 - Token
5 - Stan
6 - Clyde
7 - Cartman
8 - Kyle
9 - Kevin
10 - Francis
11 - Craig
12 - Tweek
13 - Kenny
In the "breaking news" piece, when Bat Dad is first presented to us, Sheila asks, "Who is that?" a woman replies, "That's Tom Nelson..." however later in the episode at the actual baseball game when Bat Dad is talking trash in the stands, his wife says to him, "CHRIS, sit down."
When the South Park team is shown playing the Pueblo team Pueblo, Colorado is shown to be drier than the rest of Colorado and their little leauge team is made entirely of Mexican-Americans. Also, Randy has to use an English-to-Spanish dictionary in order to trash-talk them.
Conifer is the first team that South Park plays during the episode. Conifer is actually the town where co-creator Trey Parker was born.
It's one thing for Coors Field to advertise for the game, but how would they have the field empty for several days? The Rockies weren't even mentioned.
As to the Ft. Collins game, the goof is that South Park is listed as the home team. At the start of the last 1/2 inning, the announcer said that they were in Ft. Collins, and therefore S.P. should be at the top of the scoreboard instead of the bottom. This happens in several of the cities that the boys visit. Worse, at the Ft. Collins game a S.P. police car is taking Stan's dad away.
In the Ft. Collins playoff game, South Park is the home team on the scoreboard, which registers their winning run in the bottom of the ninth. However, the endgame scene shows the team in the field, thowing down their gloves when they win. South Park should have been batting when they won.
At the beginning of the episode, a dad for the team opposing the South Park team complains about an umpires strike call. But the batter actually swung at the pitch and missed, so there is no way the fan could have reasonably complained about it.
Also if you hit 2 batters in a row you're thrown out of the game. Response: Is this a rule specific to little league? We're talking about 9 year olds who have little control over their pitching. It's reasonable to expect them to hit 2 batters in a row without raising suspicion. In fact, I saw a college baseball game a few weeks ago where a pitcher hit 5 batters in one inning (one short of the college baseball record) without getting tossed. Other errors: (1) Coors Field has green seats, not red seats. (2)
The stands were pretty crowded in the championship game. Coors Field holds over 50,000 people, and given that this was a little league game, there is no way that 30 to 40 thousand people would be there. (3) They don't play 9 innings in little league games. They generally play 6 innings. (4) There is no way that they'd be selling alcoholic beverages at little league games. Alcoholic beverages are generally only sold at professional sporting events. (5) There is no way that Stan could be the only pitcher for South Park. Most little leagues prevent coaches from allowing pitchers to throw more than a certain number of innings per week (6 or so), in order to prevent the chance of a player throwing his arm out.
I can't believe no one noticed -- when Randy first gets out of jail, he gets 2 beers handed to him. Seconds later it zooms in and out showing only 1 beer in his hand. - JB
Response to beaning: Also if you hit 2 batters in a row you're thrown out of the game.And they could easily swing at pitches that would probably hit them.
When South Park plays Denver,the last batter is black and has black hair.But then when Randy is fighting a dad of a Denver kid,the batter is white and you can't see his hair
If all the parents wanted their teams to win, why didn't any of them notice that their children are deliberatly sucking out on the field?
Response to home team being on the bottom: Some little leagues have each captain grab a bat at the top and slowly each alternating fist grabs the bat directly under the last fist. The last person holding the bat gets to decide who bats at the top or bottom of the inning..
Response to beaning goof: They didn't just start beaning kids because they wanted to look like they were trying to win so they didn't disappoint their parents. If you nail batter after batter, the parents (and umpires) are gonna catch on that you're throwing the game.
When we first meet "Bat Dad", we're told his name is Tom Nelson. But when he is at the game with his wife, she calls him "Chris".
At the Fort Collins and Pueblo games, South Park is on the bottom of the scoreboards. Despite the fact that they are the visiting team and should be on the top.
According to the announcer at the second game, South Park is the visiting team at Fort Collins. But Stan's Dad is arrested after the game by the South Park Police.
In the first airing of the episode, towards the beginning, one of the visiting team's fathers complains about a called strike saying "Come on, ref! You call that a strike?!" Stan's father overhears it and says "Good call, ref. Good call." In reruns they changed it to "Ump" instead of "Ref", as it should be. They're not referees, they're umpires!
In Response to Mr. Marsh getting arrested by the South Park police even though the game was in Fort Collins. To the best of my knowledge, The Fort Collins police did arrest Mr. Marsh as he was placed in a police car labeled Fort Collins. The goof actually occured at the Greeley game. He was placed in a South Park police car even though the game was in Greeley.
in the first game they were trying to throw, South Park won by 1 in the bottom of ninth. However, Stan was seen standing on the center field as a pitcher at that moment. They can't score when they are pitching!
Stan: I know we can lose if we try.
Kyle: You mean throw the game? You know how our parents are about this sport.
Butters: Yeah! My dad always said, "It's OK to lose but if you don't try, well then, you're grounded, mister."
Butters: (angrily) Son of a biscuit.
(Randy joins the party)
South Park Coach: You're out!?
Gerald: How much was bail this time?
Randy: Hundred bucks, no big whoop.
Butters: We usually win. All the other teams are worse than us.
Jimmy: Yea. Let's face it, we're winners.
Stan: (When the game ends.) YES! It's over! It's over!
Conifer Dad: Wha? That was no strike!
Randy: Good call ref, good call!
(Parental trash talking in front of TV cameras)
Bat Dad: Mr. Marsh? Who wants to hear from a Mr. Marsh? I am the ultimate little-league trash-talking father! I am the Bat Dad! (flexing pectorals) Bat Dad knows no fear! Bat Dad knows no pain! I want you, Marsh, I want you!
TV reporter: How does it feel to be in the Colorado little league finals?
State Championship Player: Oh, we're going down, we're going to get creamed.
Kyle: No. We're going to get creamed.
(Randy's getting arrested)
Randy: This is for what?! Arresting me for what?! I'm not allowed to stand up for myself?! I thought this was America! Huh? Isn't this America?! I'm sorry! I thought this was America!
(Sees Randy in the stands fighting)
Stan: Ah, Jesus. Not again.
Conifer Dad: Do you want a piece of me? Because I'm pretty sick of your Goddamn mouth!
(Randy takes off his shirt)
Randy: What do you wanna do, huh? What do you wanna do?
Cousin Kyle: Don't throw it so hard or so close next time. Is it cold out here? I think I need a jacket.
Cousin Kyle: Jesus! Not so close! That was 3 feet away from hitting me in the head!
(Cousin Kyle meets the boys)
Cousin Kyle: Hello cousin Kyle. Oh Jesus, that flight was terrible. They served a chicken dish with hot sauce and it gave me gas.
Randy: (while being arrested in Pueblo) I thought this was a free country. We're in America! Isn't this America? I thought we were in America!
Butters: I see a lady bug! Hello little lady bug!
Randy: Hey Bat Dad! I didn't hear no bell!
The blond-haired boy sitting next to Kyle in the restaurant was Kenny. This is the first time since "The Jeffersons" he's been seen without his hood on.
Kyle's cousin Kyle returns.
Bat Dad's "Oh yeah, Oh yeah," sounds very much like the same phrase used by pro wrestler "Macho Man Randy Savage."
The pitcher on the Denver team (with the mustache) resembles Danny Almonte, the fourteen year old kid who pitched a "perfect game" in a little league game.
Bat Dad is an obvious spoof of Batman.
Randy's attempted training montage is a reference to the 1976 film, Rocky.
Randy wakes up early wearing a hooded sweatshirt and sweatpants. He cracks open some eggs and pours them into a blender as if to drink them like Rocky did, but then he pours them in a frying pan to make an omelette.
Also an off-key version of "Rocky's Theme" can be heard playing at certain parts throughout the episode.
The fight between Randy and Bat Dad is referencing the 1990 film Rocky V.
When Randy gets knocked out fighting Bat Dad, he sees Mickey, Rocky's dead trainer, yelling at him to get up and wife screaming at him. There's a circle of people watching the fight and Stan is cheering his dad on.
Also, the freeze frame at the end is pretty much how every Rocky movie ends.
The conversation had between Randy and Sharon in the bedroom is referencing the 1982 film Rocky III, when Rocky said he wasn't going to fight.
The scene on the beach is also a reference.
The Karate Kid:
The song, "You're The Best," was played in the 1984 film The Karate Kid when Daniel went through the tournament.
Resident Evil 4:
While the kids play in the little league they visit a town named Pueblo.
Pueblo is the village in which Resident Evil 4 takes place and Matt Stone had just finished playing the game a few days before this episode aired.
Pueblo is also a city in Southern Colorado; probably the largest in that region that is primarily inhabited by Hispanics, which is why Randy is speaking Spanish.
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