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In a Terrance and Phillip special, the Canadian duo must save Terrance's .. Freak Strike . The kids desperately want an end to the boring baseball season. .. To save their relationship, Kyle takes Ike to see a live performance of Yo Gabba. List of all South Park episodes. "Canada on Strike" is the fourth episode of Season Twelve, and the st overall episode of South Park. Spoiler warning!. 6 Family; 7 Relationships; 8 Super Best Friend; 9 Best Friend; 10 Arch Rival; 11 Close during the American-Canadian War, examining public resources in detail to help identify a . by admiring her new breasts, but their relationship ended quickly after a forced first kiss. .. ("Cartoon Wars Part I" and "Canada on Strike!.
Canada on Strike
He also says "Mmmkay". In the 5th episode, "Brittle Bullet", Commander Amano is shown in a barbershop and the animation switches between its original style and a style similar to South Park. In another scene, Naota covers his face with his hood and gives a muffled response to Mamimi when asked about his sudden change in personality, similar to how Kenny McCormick dresses and acts A Kenny McCormick figure flying in the air after Miya-Jun's car is destroyed Capatain Amaro drawn in the style of South Park Naota acting like Kenny McCormick Add a photo to this gallery FoxTrot At the end of one of the comics, a character asks if he wanted Jason to upload South Park videos in a specific order.
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In the movie Bender's Big Score, Cartman 's head is visible as a head in a jar, in a scene where Leela and Lars visit the head museum. In a comic published on March 5thBucky writes a pilot script for a show that he says is going to be the most controversial and risky show of all time.
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Satchel tells him that what his stories are tired and hackneyed and that everything in it has been done before. Bucky argues that this is only because it's a classic, and that in 80 years, South Park will be tired and old as well. Satchel argues, saying that the concept of one episode is so bizarre that he's sure not many other shows will have done that also.
What he says is obscured by censored signs, but he appears to be talking about the episode " Freak Strike ", saying "What about the one where the censored kid glued a censored to his chin? Can't imagine a time when that happens too frequently. Images from Grandma's Boy. The boys advance in line, and they receive 10 million "theoretical dollars", which are printed on clear plastic cheques with no monetary value.
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Still striking, many Canadians are dying of starvation, and a news report shows that the United States has brought in Danish people to fill their positions. Despite protests from Terrance and Phillip, Abootman vows to continue the strike.
When the boys present him their theoretical dollars, Abootman is outraged and refuses to call off the strike until he feels he has won something. Kyle convinces the world leaders to give Canada a consolation prize of bubblegum and Bennigan's coupons. The strike is settled, and the boys go home where Kyle gives an extremely verbose speech about the current feasibility of generating revenue on the Internet.
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As punishment, Abootman and his men are banished by being set adrift on a block of ice. Theme[ edit ] The episode was a criticism of the — Writers Guild of America strike. They have also remained consistent with their dislike of the Hollywood creative elite including actors and writers, although they are both and their willingness to take a different viewpoint than the popular media.
Club 's Josh Modell suggested that "it's clear that Parker and Stone feel that the writers completely screwed themselves in the long run, but that subplot is almost beside the point. The strike took place during the making of " The List " during which the creators lamented that they had to work instead of joining with the strike.
Club gave the episode an A grade, saying that it "was a great episode because the jokes came quick and funny, not because there was some huge point to be made".
He noted that though it was an "issue" episode, it was still humorous, unlike other such episodes like " Britney's New Look ". Overall, while it wasn't a bad episode "the show muddles the argument it's trying to make by letting the parallels to Canada get off track. Trechak was "happy to see South Park get back on track to the focus and humor from the previous seasons.