In the first season of South Park, Mad TV made a spoof combining both South Park and Peanuts and called it "South Park Nuts." It's a twisted Peanuts-type story, rendering Charlie, Lucy, Linus, Snoopy and others in South Park format. You can view it here. Transcript below provided by SweetPinkBubbles
[A snowy curb, day. Mad TV Logo appears for a brief moment, South Parknuts comes up, then fades. Two characters walk on, resembling Pig-Pen and Charlie Brown, but in South Park form. Pig-Pen has huge moving dirt columns around him]
[A boy's house, later. Lucy leans on a toy-piano, on which a character like Schroder plays Für Elise]
[The classroom, day. Charlie stands in front of a blackboard, before his classmates.]
[Outside, after school. Charlie walks home with another boy]
[Outside, later. Kids are gathered under a tent next to Lucy's religion booth. "GOD'S WORD" is posted on the booth's header. Charlie and Slinus walk up.]
[The other kids being to laugh at him, and Charlie is embarassed and angry. A plane is soon heard coming in and the kids look up and scream. The beagle swoops in on his doghouse and fires at the kids with his Gatling gun. The kids are all killed - all but one. Woodstock takes Sally's eyes one by one and swallows them. More rats pour onto the corpses and nibble on them. The beagle jumps from his doghouse and makes his way to Charlie.]
Charlie: Well, I guess it's just us, now, Sloopy. Me and man's best friend. [smiles at Sloopy, who smiles back evilly. Sloopy growls and rips Charlie's head off, stands on top of him, and turns into a Mr. Hankey-type body shape and eyes.]
Sloopy: [waves his paw around] HOOOOWWWWDY-HOOOOO!!
[End of South Parknuts]
Anyone heard of FLCL? It was a six-episode show that aired in Japan in 1999, when South Park was at its most popular, what with SP:BLU coming out on June 30 that year and all. FLCL ("Furi Kuri", taken from a symdrome - FLictonic CLiple Weber Syndrome - in the first episode that's supposed to make you horny... literally!) was a pretty experimental anime which used many animation techniques derived from both TV and print. The scenes which have the images fade out towards the edges of the screen are particularly nostalgic. The fifth episode has two scenes in which South Park references can clearly be seen. The first of these is a group of people at a barbershop.
The second is that of 12-year-old Nandaba Naota as Kenny, with bugged out eyes. :)
FLCL is also known as Fooly Coolly, the caption under a picture of Naota taken by Mamimi, a high school student who went on to become a professional photographer. Fooly Coolly has gone on to become the name of a band. Thanks to RekiChan and That_Gregory_Kid for posting info on the series at the SPS BBS.
Milhouse: "I hear those kids' voices are done by grownups"
Bart: "Hey, there's nothing wrong with that. I just wonder how they keep it so fresh after 43 episodes."
Stan: "I can't believe we paid to see a band with Steve Gutenberg, Calista Flockhart, and Farty the Crippled Robot!"
Farty: [on stage, playing a guitar] "look who's in my fart. O.J." [Farty farts and O.J. appears in the brown cloud.]
O.J.: "I'm gonna kill you all." [destroys Farty, then goes after the band, cutting their heads off.]
Bart and Milhouse: [dance around] "Cartoon Violence! Cartoon Violence!"
O.J.: [has Cartman's dripping head on his knife] "Now I'm going to find the real killer."
Bart and Milhouse: [startled] "AAAAAAAA!!!"
Marge: "Kids, that cartoon is not life-affirming. We're going to watch a show about the everyday problems of angels."
Announcer: "Now, back to "Good Heavens."
Elderly Woman: "Jesus called today."
Elderly Man: "He did??"
Bart and Milhouse: [run out of the house screaming, with their hands on their ears] AAAAAAAA!!!
Spanky: "Where are we?"
Foxxy: "Town of South Park."
Spanky: "Now this place is funny. I bet if we lived here more people would watch."
Nekane: [to the left] Oh? Miss Ghost, eh?
Natsumi: [to the right] Yeah! It's amazing, isn't it? [the ghost girl Sayo laughs]
Nekane: Do you explode?
Sayo: [yes, a ghost] Well, exploding is a bit...
Nekane: What about a big explosion?
Sayo: Ohhhh... [BOOOOOM]
Natsumi: [now charred] Suicide bombing? [OK! laughter follows]
Negima!?: No way! That's what you do for a probationary contract?! (October 11, 2006)
One scene has Eric saying "Oh my God, they killed Feeny!" after Feeny was found dead in the hall. Another scene was of one of a student, Kenny, getting impaled against the chalkboard with a pencil. Eric utters the requisite line: "Oh my God! They killed Kenny!" Eric also does Mr. Hankey in this episode. As he enters the classroom with Jack, he says "Howdy-ho!"
519: Eric Hollywood (March 20, 1998)
Eric says in his normal voice, "I can do Lady Capulet, I can do Friar Laurence, I can do Cartman. [as Cartman] I'm not fat, I'm festively plump." Everyone discovers what a great actor Eric is when he stars in Shakesperean plays at school. He even gets offered a part on the popular ABC sitcom "Kid Gets Aquainted With Universe," which is a self-parody of the show all around.
707: It's About Time (November 5, 1999)
Eric /comes in through the front door and says, "Mirror Mirror on the wall, who is the best best man of all? (Cartman voice) You are Eric! You are!"
Homer gets teased by his coworkers after buying a "womanly" kind of car. He responds by saying "Screw you guys, I'm going home" very Cartman-esque.
Near the end of the movie, Death (Whoopi Goldberg) decides to give Stu (Brendan Fraser) back his regular life, and she says "I'll get the two guys who do South Park. I bet they've been begging to come here."
Arthur: The Contest
The kids had to write a story to enter into a contest in which the winner got to be turned into a T.V show. Buster (the bunny) wrote a T.V show which was a parody of South Park.
The Tonight Show, with Jay Leno: South Lawn skit
Kenneth Starr was Kenny, and Bill Clinton impaled him with a flagpole.
Student Bodies: Snowed In (February 6, 1999)
This episode has some high school students snowed in the school. Flash fell down while skating in the hallway. Victor saw her and said "Oh my god! thay killed Flash! you bastard!" After that the four boys are shown (drawn in SP style) and Stan (or Kyle) said "First thay stole our snowy theme, now thay're ripping off our lines!" (or something like that). and than Cartman says something that got bleeped. Student Bodies was memorable for the animated clips that highlighted stuff that just happens to the students.
The Sopranos: Down Neck (February 21, 1999)
Tony's son, Anthony Jr., is in the school councelor's office getting tested for ADD when this happens:
Counselor: What do you think is going on in this one, anthony?
Anthony Jr.: I don't know. How many more of these are left?
C: The quicker you answer, the faster we'll be done. Whatever pops into your mind.
AJ: 'Cause there's no guy?
C: Okay. Good, where do you think he is?
AJ: Out buying food for the horse?
C: Anything else?
AJ: Watching tv, maybe. Maybe he's watching "South Park". Number one is supposed to be on tonight. The one where cartman gets abducted by aliens, and they give him an anal probe and makes him fart fire.
"The Kids" is Eminem's cautionary song against drug abuse, and he pretends to be Mr. Mackey in the Chorus. He does a few other voices on the song as well, and he tells the story of a few kids who got into drugs and then into trouble as they became teens and then adults.
I had to sit back and just watch and just get nauseous
and walk around with an empty bottle of Remi Martin
startin shit like some 26-year-old skinny Cartman ("God damnit!")
I'm anti-Backstreet and Ricky Martin
C'mon relax GUY, I like gay men, right Ken?
I'm young like Tucker like the cash and the money (I'm going to eat my money)
Man, I'm that damn hungry
See I'm starving like Marvin girl
I've got sixteen bars of fire is what I'm starting...
"Gossip Folks" by Missy Elliot and Ludacris
And he's on the grind
Please let me know if he's on your mind
And respect you'll give me
Ludacris I live loud like Timmy
Only problem is, Timmy is Livin' a Lie, not Livin' Loud. :)
"Hip Hop Quotables" by Ludacris
And when I'm drunk tellin kids "drugs are bad mmm-kay"
Fabruary 25, 2004
Lucas lowers a camera strapped to a talking Cartman plush into the hole in the basement as his older brother Dane looks on. Just a few feet in, the plush and camera disapear. This is just the beginning of their adventure in this fantasy/horror flick.