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