Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods

Roger Ebert Should Lay Off The Fatty Foods

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Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods

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"Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods" is the eleventh episode of the second season of the animated television series South Park, and the 24th episode of the series overall. "Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods" originally aired in the United States on September 2, 1998 on Comedy Central. This episode spoofs the Star Trek episode "Dagger of the Mind".


The class goes on a bus trip to the local planetarium. Cartman is tempted by a Cheesy Poofs truck outside, auditioning kids to sing the Cheesy Poofs song on their next TV advertisement. The kids all think they will hate the planetarium, but after watching the star show, they want to go back again after the field trip. Not only do they go back, they all start volunteering to work at the planetarium. This turns out to be because the director is using a brainwashing device on them.

Cartman sings the Cheesy Poofs song and then gets selected to sing it on TV, after cheating and browbeating his way past the other contestants. His performance is so bad, though, that only one word of it is used in the final advertisement. ("lame", with Cartman in a ridiculous Cheesy Poof costume)

In the meantime, school counselor Mr. Mackey, who uses an ancient school counselor technique called a "mind meld", and school nurse Nurse Gollum have learned of the mind control device through a kid who escaped the planetarium named Van Gelder. They...
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