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A group of kids from out of town challenges the boys to a dance contest. Stan is the only one who will accept the challenge, and he sets out to find four more dancers to help him win back his honor. He wants Butters to join his dance group, but Butters has been hiding a dark secret about his dancing days.
Wednesday April 07th, 2004
Trey Parker (2)
voiced Stan Marsh, Eric Theodore Cartman, Herbert Garrison, Officer Barbrady, Terrance, Timmy, Ned Gerblanski, Satan, Randy Marsh,& Various
voiced Kyle Broflovski, Kenny McKormick, Gerald Broflovski, Pip Pirrup, Jesus, Jimbo Kearn, Phillip, Saddam & Various
voiced Liane Cartman, Wendy Testaburger, Shelly Marsh, Sharon Marsh & Various
The boys are playing outside when a group of Orange County kids walk up, turn on a boom box, dance, and tell them they just “got served”. The boys have no idea what just happened, so they visit Chef looking for an explanation. Chef keeps assuring them they are all okay, and calls their parents to inform them of the events...Read the full recap
The episode's title was listed differently depending on your location and cable provider. A few titles used were, "You Got . . ." and "You Got F'd in the A."
Goth Kid 1: I'm so non-conformist, I'm not conforming with you guys. I'm in.
Stan: Great. (Stan and Goth Kid leave)
Goth Girl: Wow, he put us in our place.
Goth Kid 2: Yeah, we just got goth-served.
Chef: All right all right, quiet, children! Now, nobody's getting served if I can help it. We just gotta buckle down, dig deep, and pray that maybe the other team comes down with cancer.
Butters: (Singing and dancing) Loo loo loo, I've got some apples. Loo loo loo, you've got some too.
Title: You Got F*cked in the Ass
The episode's title is similar to that of You Got Served (2004), a movie about dancers.
Audio: Music similar to the 8 Mile theme
When Randy is in the hospital, and he tells Stan to avenge his serving, the music sounds similar to the theme from the film, 8 Mile.