Retrieved March 31, Despite protests from Terrance and Phillip, Abootman vows to continue the strike. The strike is settled, and the boys go home where Kyle gives an extremely verbose speech about the current feasibility of generating revenue on the Internet.
As punishment, Abootman and his men are banished by being set adrift on a block of ice.
Kyle approaches the other boys with worries about his brother, but they are too busy watching Terrance and Phillip to care. Mackey informs the students that it is Canada Appreciation Day. When the boys present him their theoretical dollars, Abootman is outraged and refuses to call off the strike until he feels he has won something.
Abootman responds "more money", and when asked where this money should come from he exclaims "the Internet makes lots of money. After realizing that all the Terrance and Phillip episodes are reruns, they attempt to call Abootman to end the strike, as they refuse to watch horrendous American comedy, represented by a pastiche of Family Guy.
While on the phone with him, they agree that Canada deserves more money but they do not have any to give. Still striking, many Canadians are dying of starvation, and a news report shows that the United States has brought in Danish people to fill their positions.
The strike took place during the making of " The List " during which the creators lamented that they had to work instead of joining with the strike. The boys advance in line, and they receive 10 million "theoretical dollars", which are printed on clear plastic cheques with no monetary value.
Later, Kyle is watching Ikehis adopted brother from Canada, stand outside his house, picketing. Trechak was "happy to see South Park get back on track to the focus and humor from the previous seasons. Archived from the original on April 3, Plot[ edit ] Mr.
Club gave the episode an A grade, saying that it "was a great episode because the jokes came quick and funny, not because there was some huge point to be made". They have also remained consistent with their dislike of the Hollywood creative elite including actors and writers, although they are both and their willingness to take a different viewpoint than the popular media.
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"Canada on Strike" is the fourth episode in the twelfth season of the American animated television series South Park.
The st episode of the series overall, it first aired on Comedy Central in the United States on April 2, In the episode, the nation of Canada, feeling disrespected by the rest of the world, goes on a general strike.
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