Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset

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"Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset"
South Park episode
Episode no. Season 8
Episode 12
Directed by Trey Parker
Written by Trey Parker
Production code 812
Original air date December 1, 2004
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"Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset" is episode 123 of the Comedy Central animated series South Park. It was originally broadcast on December 1, 2004, as part of the eighth season.

Plot[edit]

Paris Hilton comes to South Park and the girls are all abuzz and are also amazed to find that Wendy Testaburger has no idea who Paris Hilton is, and take her to the mall for the opening of Hilton's store, "Stupid Spoiled Whore." Wendy is shocked by the objectification of women and that her friends are buying into the "spoiled whore" persona. Wendy vents her many frustrations to her father, who accompanies her later to Hilton's shop. While initially appalled, he is quickly enticed by the stupid, spoiled whores of South Park into acquiescing and vows to make Wendy, "The stupidest, most spoiled whore of them all!"Bebe organizes a "Stupid Spoiled Whore Party" at her house, but refuses to invite Wendy because she is not whorish enough. Wearing skimpy outfits to school, Bebe and the girls make suggestive invitations to the boys (except Cartman.

Meanwhile, Butters, found by Paris playing in front of his house, dressed up as a bear called "Mr. Biggles" by Paris, and offers Butters' parents $200 million for him. Upon awakening, Hilton accepts the Stotchs’ counteroffer of $250 million. Butters does not want to live with her, so Mr. Stotch tells him that he can stay if he raises the $250 million himself by working hard and mining coal like his grandfather. Butters tries, albeit futilely.

At Bebe's party, the girls attempts to act like stupid, spoiled whores terrify the boys, most of whom attempt to run away. In the meantime, Wendy goes to Mr. Garrison's home to seek the advice of the biggest whore she knows, Mr. Slave, who she hopes will teach her how to become a whore like all the other girls. Mr. Slave explains to Wendy that being a whore is inherent, not learned, and is shocked that the girls are emulating Paris Hilton. They rush off to the party in an attempt to discourage the stupid, spoiled whore behavior.

Butters escapes from Hilton's limousine and Paris, chasing after Butters, rushes in just in time to hear Mr. Slave telling all the girls that even though Paris Hilton is rich and glamorous, she is really a talentless nobody. Hilton and Mr. Slave begin to argue over who the bigger whore is until Hilton challenges Mr. Slave to a Whore-Off. At the Whore-Off, Hilton begins with a variety of sex acts, finishing by stuffing an entire pineapple up her vagina.

Unimpressed, Mr. Slave counters by removing his pants, checking wind direction, and jumping on top of Hilton and jamming her entire body into his rectum. Mr. Slave silences the amazed crowd with an impassioned speech stating that parents need to actively teach their kids to have better role models than Paris Hilton. The girls, seeing the error of their ways, make up with Wendy and apologize for "insulting" her by calling her names such as "not stupid", "not spoiled", and "not a whore". Paris Hilton is left stuck inside of Mr. Slave's colon. She is greeted by the Frog King, who tells her to bravely journey through Mr. Slave. This is a reference to the adventures of Lemmiwinks in the episode "The Death Camp of Tolerance".

Response[edit]

Paris Hilton reacted to the episode by saying, "I haven't seen it, but when people copy you, that's like the most flattering thing, so whatever people can say, I just laugh about it. It doesn't matter to me."[1] To this, South Park co-creator Matt Stone reacted, "That shows just how fucked up she is. That's terrible that she's flattered by it."[2] The British newspaper The Guardian has rated the episode as one of the top ten episodes of the 2000s.[3]

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