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When an alien ship crashes in the African desert, Starvin' Marvin finds it, picks up the South Park boys, and flies to the ship's home planet, Marklar. Starvin' Marvin wants to go back for his people and bring them to Marklar, where there is plenty of food. The CIA is hot on his trail, and a Christian group learns of the aliens and wants to go to Marklar to convert them.
This is the second appearance of Starvin' Marvin, and his family is introduced by name also.
The song that plays at the end of the episode is performed by DVDA, Trey Parker and Matt Stone's band.
Sphinx: We're here to speak with some of your students. You, you, you, and you. (indicates Cartman, Kyle, Kenny and Stan)
Mr. Garrison: Oh, for Pete's sake, what have you bastards done now?
Marklar Leader: I am Marklar, leader of the Marklar.
Stan: Uh, cool. My name is Stan, and uh, I'm the leader of Earth.
Marklar Leader: (bowing) Marklar to you.
Cartman: Hey! I'm the leader of Earth!
Stan: Screw you, Cartman! I called leader first!
Cartman: Well, you can call leader 'til your ass bleeds, but that doesn't make it true!
Marklar: You marklars must leave.
Hollis: But you will all burn forever in eternal hellfire!
Marklar: Yes, that's nice. Thank you for stopping by.
Mr. Garrison: And so, children, that's why Hare Krishnas are totally gay.
The Hare Krishnas are a religious group with roots in India, that honor Krishna as the highest form of God.
Sally. Sally Struthers. The lady on TV. She knows everything. Sally Struthers.
is an actress who played Gloria on All in the Family
, and is also well known for advertisements begging viewers to help feed, clothe and educate children in third world nations.
Visual: Sally Struthers
Sally Struthers resembles Jabba the Hut, from the film, Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (1983).
Pat Robertson and the 600 Club
is a televangelist who hosts on the show, The 700 Club
, which is parodied here by the 600 Club.
Yeah, and maybe Jesse Jackson will be President, heh.
ran for President as a Democratic candidate in 1984 and again in 1988. He is a politician, a civil rights activist, and a Baptist minister.