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The boys (along with Butters, Jimmy, and Token) start a school news show but it does poorly in the ratings. The students prefer Craig's show, which features close up shots of animals. Though the boys try to improve their show with gossip and gimmicks, they find better luck by taking a little cough syrup.
Mr. Meryl: I'm sorry kids. You should be proud of what you've done. It's just that it's kinda gay. (Walks away)
Cartman: You're gay!
Cartman: Is South Park about to explode from a methane gas leak? More on that later. But first, Stan Marsh has a look at some new outfits for the Raisins girls!
(Stan is reporting from Raisins, surrounded by Raisins girls with very short shorts and tank tops)
Raisins Girls: Woo-hoo! Woo-hoo!
Stan: Eric, the outfits are even skimpier than before, leaving very little to the imagination. No doubt that if I were a little older, I would be aroused.
Kyle: Eric, sources are speculating that 3rd grade student Pete Feldman pees sitting down like a girl. We've also got confirmation that Sally Turner stuffs her bra, and Clyde Donovan has only one testicle.
Cartman: Hahaha! One testicle! Hahaha! What an asshole!
Visual: Whistlin' Willy's
Whistlin' Willy's is a possible parody of Chuck E. Cheese's, a pizza restaurant where kids can play games and have celebrations for various events.
Butters: So Dagwood says, 'Go-goo-good, we are playing the back nine at your house.' Ha ha ha!
This is a reference to the Blondie comic that appeared in the Sunday paper on November 14, 2004.
"Close-up Animals With a Wide-Angle Lens Wearing Hats" theme song
The music for Craig's show, "Close-up Animals With a Wide-Angle Lens Wearing Hats", is very similar to The Benny Hill Show
theme song, "Yakety Sax" by Boots Randolph.
Mr. Meryl: (singing)
And I guess your best wasn't good enough...
The song Mr. Meryl sings (with incorrect lyrics) is "Just Once." It was a hit sung by James Ingram
Let's do a show about crab people.
This is a reference to the season 7 episode "South Park is Gay!
" in which crab people from underground devise a plan to take over the world.
But first, Stan Marsh has a look at some new outfits for the Raisins girls!
We once again see the girls from the season seven episode, "Raisins