Chef and the children learn that Earth is actually just a reality show for other planets. When they learn it is to be canceled, the boys travel to a distant planet to plead their case to the network executives.
Did You Know?
worked as a consultant on this episode at the age of 80 years old. He came up with the idea for the giant talking taco and the reality television theme during a three-day retreat for the show's writers, a session that he said was unlike any writers meeting he had ever been to. Mr. Lear described Trey Parker
and Matt Stone
to the New York Times in 2003 by saying, "These guys are nuts, but they're also very, very smart. They throw out a lot in very little time." See more
At one point Jeff says that there were 60 episodes of Punky Brewster made before it was canceled. In actuality, 66 episodes were made before it was canceled by NBC and moved to syndication, and another 22 made in syndication. See more
[Cartman, Kyle, Stan and Kenny are waiting by the school bus stop. This scene is a rehash of the series' first episode "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe."
School days, school days, teacher's golden rule days...
[Ike jumps in next to Kyle
Ah, damn it!
My God-damned little brother's trying to follow me to school, again!
Suck my balls.
No, Ike. You can't come to school with me!
Yeah! Go home, you little dildo!
Dude, for the last time, don't call my brother a dildo!
Performed by Missy Elliot See more