'South Park' episode compares Yelp reviewers to ISIS terrorists
Angry Yelp reviewers have come in the crosshairs of Comedy Central’s “South Park.”
— South Park (@SouthPark) October 15, 2015
In an episode titled “You’re Not Yelping,” the cartoon makes fun of over-the-top Yelp reviewers who criticize everything, or demand perks while threatening one-star reviews. The show pushes the practice to absurd lengths, which means for “South Park,” a restaurant owner is eventually beheaded (taking off his mask) while his business is burned to the ground, in footage reminiscent of ISIS terrorist videos.
Cartman may be the worst of them all, constantly threatening one star reviews if he doesn’t get what he wants: “I was thinking of giving this place five stars, but I am kind of teetering on five stars or one star. I mean I can probably be persuaded with free desserts.”
You can watch the full episode here, or just watch this clip:
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