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South Park equates minorities in the U.S. with peeing in the pool

- Season 13, Episode 14 - "Pee"

South Park Pee alien

Earlier this post didn’t have the final hidden alien hint pictured above. Now it does. What are you waiting for? Go enter one final time!

Leave it to Parker, Stone and the rest of the South Park team to find a way to blatantly compare the growing number of minorities in the United States with the amount of pee in a pool. Clever and completely offensive, but did you really expect anything less from these guys?

As soon as the boys started confessing that all but Kyle peed in the pool, I knew where the episode was going: the water was just about all pee. But hey, technically pee is made up of mostly water … not that that makes it any less gross. Who knew that the acceptable pee level in pool water was 83% in water parks?

I laughed out loud a few times and thought this was a pretty decent episode for a finale. And now, I leave you with some lyrics:

Too Many Minorities At My Water Park

What has happened to this place
I don’t recognize it anymore
It used to be so fun and special
What is life worth living for

The dream is dead
Our land is gone
There’s a hole in my heart
And I can’t go on

There are too many minorities (minorities)
At my water park (my water park)
This was our land, our dream (our dream)
and they’ve taken it all away

They just keep coming and coming (minorities)
I tried to go and tell the police
But even the authorities
Are minorities (are minorities)
At my water park

There’s no place for me to sit anymore
And the lines just keep getting crazier
There are Mexicans all around me
The lazy river has never been lazier

It’s a 40 minute wait to go down one slide
And the instructions are in Spanish on the Zip Line ride (just do it in English!)

There are too many minorities (too many)
At my water park (somebody do something)
Where did they all come from
Why can’t they leave this land alone

And it’s such a tragedy (feel a bit like dying)
We looked the other way too long
We’ve got to change our priorities
And get all these minorities
Out of my water park

(Minorities) Mexicans and Asians
Black people
I think I even saw Native Americans (gross)

God I’m asking please
Get all of these minorities
Out of my water park (my water park)

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21 Responses to “South Park equates minorities in the U.S. with peeing in the pool”

November 19, 2009 at 12:00 AM

I managed to get a snap of the alien:

Thanks for the lyrics! Reading those is gonna make me crack up all over again.

November 19, 2009 at 7:37 AM

how soon we all forget that we are all desendants of minorities, people who wanted a “new start” someone who wanted to better him or her selves and thier families but I can also see how minorities are taking over too i think now white people are the minoity of our country. So why don’t we now, get special treatment with u.s. gov. aid? give me money to start a hotel or a 7-11…. lol
“thank you for coming to my country johnny number 5″ !!!!!

November 19, 2009 at 10:25 AM

You know it was about illegals and not minorities. That’s all.

November 19, 2009 at 10:46 AM

Actually if you read Cartman’s song’s lyrics, he mentions Native Americans. Not exactly illegal. Or aliens to the US. ;-)

November 19, 2009 at 4:48 PM

LOL, I love it when Cartman makes fun of minorities.

November 24, 2009 at 2:47 PM

yeah i love it when minorities are made fun of by cartman! its just so taboo which makes it even funnier!

November 19, 2009 at 4:50 PM

WTF are you all saying pointing one thing out over another, they episode was about anyone who isn’t white. If you aren’t white Cartman was singing to them, not just one race or the other, but all non-white races.

November 19, 2009 at 4:54 PM

I’m glad I stopped watching South Park entirely after The F-word episode.

And not that it matters with regard to the Alien Contest: they’re still placing it outside the view of a standard TV screen. I think the only episode that didn’t was “Butter’s Bottom Bi-ch.”

November 19, 2009 at 7:39 PM

About what? Having an unviewable hidden alien or that people aren’t watching? If the former, then why bother with the contest — unless of course it’s a scam for generating viewers, in which case it’s pointless since one can skip the episode and find the answer online; if the latter, I’m betting the sponsors and network kinda do.

November 19, 2009 at 6:29 PM

Nice. Another clue that most people won’t be able to see without a special television. My TV is only a year old and I can’t see the alien half the time, even when told where it is supposed to be. Oh well, I started watching again for the contest and now I remember why I quit. Too many episodes trying to score political points with few laughs. Even the character voices sound different and not in a good way. They should have stopped after nine seasons instead of phoning it in. At least we have the earlier seasons on DVD to remind us how funny it used to be.

November 19, 2009 at 7:11 PM

Well it’s still funny as hell! I never stopped watching South Park. I started on season 1 and I’m still watching :) Thanks for making new south park episodes!

November 19, 2009 at 7:52 PM

BTW, does there happen to be a copy of the Season 13 promos online somewhere, the “There’s only one word…” spots? Or could it be provided, particularly the “Craptastic” one?

November 19, 2009 at 11:50 PM

I tune in to Comedy Central every Tuesday to watch the classic episodes. True the new episodes are still funnier than most programs, but if you’re more interested in scoring points with recent news stories, why not watch Law and Order instead. I can’t believe anybody can think the last three seasons measure up to the hilarious first nine seasons.

November 20, 2009 at 2:20 PM

This episode rocks!! especially the part where they have made fun of mexicans in the water park.

November 20, 2009 at 8:48 PM

The writers are not comparing the number of minorities in the U.S to the amount of pee in a pool you moron. You can’t know very much about the writers if thats what you think. That would be racist, something that South Park has never been.

November 21, 2009 at 9:19 AM

Sô funny, especially that song. Does anyone know if that song is related to a (famous) song. Pleas let me know, it`s as easy as peing in the shower.

November 21, 2009 at 11:23 PM

“South Park equates minorities in the U.S. with peeing in the pool”

Hmm, not very good at analysis are you?

There were two story arcs in the episode, Cartman’s hatred and fear of minorities becoming the majority and the kids being trapped in a deluge of pee.

Not to mention, that the writers actually went out of their way to keep know-it all assholes from trying to accuse them of ragging on minorities by making the only characters explicitly guilty of peeing in the pool white, Butters, Jimmy, the old white guy, and the little white girl that started the Psunami.

December 12, 2009 at 5:53 PM

You missed the point. This episode did equate the constant emigration into the US, that has acquired such a large volume that the minorities are becoming the majority (as Kyle explained to Cartman), to the process of peeing in the pool, little by little, until it changes from a pool of water to a tide of pee.

January 5, 2010 at 1:16 AM

Actually, I think that you are the one who is missing the point. Never once was it mentioned that the increase in minorities at the waterpark was responsible for the increase in pee. The minorities thing was just to give Cartman something else to be an intolerant asshole about.

November 22, 2009 at 8:40 PM

Haha, the song is awesome, but of course it’s not about ‘minorities’ but about the racist mind and power relations in the US.
Those in power always have been in the minority, they have the power to coin terms and make definitions, dividing the country and its citizens into ‘races’, ‘colours’, ‘minorities’ and ‘majorities’ and all of us who are stupid enough to accept those definitions:

Cartman; “There are actually more minorities here than us!”
Kyle: “Well, then they’re not minorities, are they?”
Cartman: “What do you mean?”
Kyle:”Dumb-ass! If there’s 60 percent of them to 40 percent of us then who is the minority?”
Cartman: “The black and brown people.”
Kyle: “No! You’re the minority!”
Cartman: “Do I look like a minority to you, stupid?!”