"South Park" South Park Is Gay (TV Episode ) - IMDb
In it, Kyle struggles to understand a new metrosexual fad that has sprung around the men and boys of South Park and is the only one who does not want to conform to it. The episode was written and directed by series co-creator Trey Parker. In , he and co-creator Matt Stone listed it as one of their least favorite episodes of the series. After the TV show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy begins showing, metrosexuality becomes a major fad among both the men and the boys, and they all begin to act effeminate. At the school bus stop, instead of their usual winter clothing, Stan , Cartman , and Kenny wear unmasculine clothing.
Color me immature, but every night I have to fall asleep watching cartoons. Originally using paper cutouts in their animation, South Park now presents itself as one of the fastest cartoons to animate — they make their episodes within a week and typically revolve their storylines around hot topics including politics, moronic actions of humans, and any current or past pop culture phenomenon. I watched until the back of the disc was too scratched for wear.
Kyle arrives at the bus stop to discover that Stan , Kenny , and Cartman are all dressing and acting like "metrosexuals" highly-stylish, highly-effeminate straight men. They immediately take Kyle to the mall for a full makeover, so he can "fit in. His dad heads over to Stan's house to talk about the issue, only to find all the South Park men are now dressing as metrosexuals and watching Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. When the boys go to school, they're stunned to see that they aren't the only ones who are stylishly dressed. Every boy in the school has jumped on the metrosexual bandwagon.