South Park

Season 14 Episode 4

You Have 0 Friends

Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Apr 07, 2010 on Comedy Central
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Even though Stan and Kyle have been friends for years, it doesn't mean anything if Stan won't "friend" him. Kyle "friended" the wrong person so now all his other friends are deserting him left and right. With his problem getting worse by the minute, Kyle turns to the one person who's always been there for him.moreless

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  • Finally a good episode.

    Let's face it, the golden age of south park is long gone and people were starting to lose faith in South Park after the last last two seasons, but this weeks episode gave us all a glimmer of hope that trey & matt(or matt & trey) still can do it, if they only pull themselves together. It almost felt like good old times. A parody of facebook was overdue and they did a good job on that, keep it up guys. Also the Tron allusion fitted perfectly in this weeks episode. Too bad there was no light cycle race. ^^moreless
  • This will go down as one of the best episode ever.

    First of all I could only give South Park 10 if I got a good dose of Cartman at his best. But this episode rocked nonetheless.

    It's a fresh intresting storyline that is South Park to the core. On top of that it managed to slap millions of people across the face - Speaking for myself I have people adding me as a friend who I dont even know! It kinda was a wake up call to me, but thankfully I got over facebook a while before this episodes came out so I didnt feel as shamed!

    This episode is what I want from South Park, I've been harsh about the show in the last few years but this season is constantly impressing me. Its shaping up to be one of the best seasons.moreless
  • Parker and Stone amalgamate Facebook and Tron to whack out another smashing episode!

    This episode tackled facebook friends. Everyone has accepted a friend request from someone that they don't actually know and how many people on your 'friends' list can you say you're actually friends with? They inject humour into current issues and take the michael out of all those people who think facebook is the be all and end all.

    Cartman's character is at its best in this episode. He is insensitive, obnoxious and obtrusive, everything you expect from him, as he sets up his own podcast informing people who to add and to delete Kyle as a friend. This is because Kyle added Kip Drordy, the schools biggest neek, who now thinks that Kyle is his best friend so he takes kyle's facebook page to the cinema with him. Absolute facebook humour at its best!

    The episode includes some great Randy moments, "Hey Stan, my computer says we're not friends anymore." Stan: My Facebook profile went rogue, dad...I sent all my friends somewhere else. Randy: Okay, so we're not friends then? All in all another great episode, but just falls short of beating 'Medicinal Fried Chicken'.moreless
  • facebook parody!

    the boys make stan a facebook profile, even though he says he does not want one. people take facebook way too seriously and stan just wants out. when he tries to delete his profile, he gets sucked into facebook, where he learns his profile is stronger than him. meanwhile kyle sends a friend request to a loser named Kip and soon everyone else deletes kyle as a friend.

    a good episode on how people view facebook, i thought. pretty funny. the last act bores me a little but the rest is pretty much solid. final grade- B+ seems fair methinksmoreless
  • The best South Park episode in years

    I never give a 10 to anything but this episode was worth it. Never before have I seen such a spot on parody of facebook and the social networking craze in general. It was done so incredibly with the Tron parody and the Fox Business parody. The plot is that all of Stan's friends have facebooks and they create one for him, even though he doesn't want to get involved. The depiction of all the random activity on facebook was spot on and the part with chatroulette was absolutely hilarious, actually the truth in this episode is what made it so great. I was waiting for Matt and Trey to do a facebook parody and I was certainly not disappointed. So far this season has been nothing but a pure success and I hope that Matt and Trey continue this outstanding role that they have been on.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)

    • Look Hard: At the close-up of Stan's profile, Cartman was directing at Butters on 'Mad Friends'.

      Stan had already liked the pod-cast even before he started watching it.

    • Kyle first claimed that he only have 37 friends.

      However, according to Cartman in his 'Mad Friends' podcast, Kyle had 55 friends.

    • Kyle's Birthdate (in 2010) is: May 26th, 2001. according to his Facebook Profile.

      As the boys don't grow older (minus a couple of exceptions), it changes every year.

    • Farmvile: The game Kyle is playing in FaceBook is FarmVille, the resemblance is pretty spot on.

    • The laptop Kenny is using is exactly like the ones used in the "One Laptop per Child" laptop program.

    • Stan's Birthdate (in 2010) is: October 29, 2001. according to his Facebook Profile.

      As the boys don't grow older (minus a couple of exceptions), this changes every year.

      This is also the same birthdate as Trey Parker, who Stan is based on.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • (A man stops his car in front of Stan)
      Man: Hey kid how come you ignored my friend request?
      Stan: I don't know you!
      Man: Yeah, well I'm just some guy who gets ignored I guess.
      (The man spits in Stan's face and drives away)

    • Cartman: Jimmy and Bebe have agreed to share their friends. That's right, looks like we're about to have a merger. So if you're a friend of Jimmy's, you're about to lock into about 90 chick friends, and as we all know, chick friends are worth almost triple what dude friends are.

  • NOTES (0)


    • 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

      The scene where Stan is attempting to delete his facebook account, the screen turns black and then the computer says, "I'm afraid I can't let you do that, Stan." This sounds just like the famous line from the 1968 classic science-fiction film, 2001 a Space Odyssey when HAL 9000 turns against the humans. HAL says, "I'm afraid I can't let you do that, Dave." This line was also spoofed in an earlier South park episode, "Trapper Keeper" from Season 4.

    • Tron:
      The entire sequence where Stan is beamed into the computer and forced to play games is a parody of the 1982 film Tron.

    • Mad Money with Jim Cramer
      The program Cartman performs, Mad Friends, is a parody of CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer. Cramer gives stock tips and tells viewers what stock to buy or sell.