South Park

Season 14 Episode 4

You Have 0 Friends

Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Apr 07, 2010 on Comedy Central



  • Trivia

    • 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

    • (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

  • Allusions

    • 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.