Gluten Free Ebola

“Gluten Free Ebola” is the second episode in the eighteenth season of the South Park American animated television series. The 249th overall episode, it was written and directed by Trey Parker. The episode premiered on Comedy Central in the United States on October 1, 2014. The episode of the diet and the trend of gluten-free diet and diet.

Following the events of “Go Fund Yourself,” Stan, Cartman, Kyle, and Kenny return to school, only to find themselves ridiculed after their recent events. Meanwhile, at a meeting, Mr. Mackey gloats about his newfound gluten-free diet, greatly annoying other staff. In order to gain back their popularity, Cartman decides to throw a party for a “cause”, choosing Scott Malkinson’s diabetes. They announce the party on the local radio station WSPIC, with Principal Victoria, who had earlier been converted into gluten-free by Mr. Mackey, for which it has no gluten-free foods. Later at the community center, A scientist from the United States Department of Agriculture tries to explain that the rumors of being gluten-free by a piece of dough made from wheat. Mr. Mackey recalls him to drink the gluten sample in order to back the scientist’s claims; he complies, and abruptly starts to violently die, sending the whole town into anarchy. The USDA tries to find a way to end the crisis. At the Marsh residence, two USDA agents enter and find a can of beer in the garbage, which Randy sees no problem with. Unknown to him, beer contains wheat, which ends up at a Papa John’s restaurant with Mr. Garrison and an unnamed civilian. Cartman then has a dream of Aunt Jemima (a parody to Mother Abigail), who tells us the food pyramids are upside down, but Cartman has no idea what she is talking about. As the gluten-free toppings at the John’s Papa run out, the unnamed resident eats the pizza dough containing gluten, thinking it’s a set up, but he dies. At the radio station, Stan, Kyle, and Kenny announced that they have canceled the party to focus their efforts on addressing the public about the dangers of gluten. Cartman, claiming that he knows how to solve the crisis, calls the USDA and tells them that the food pyramid is upside down. Much to their surprise, the new dietary system works. The boys then throw a successful party. and Kenny announced that they have canceled the party to focus their efforts on addressing the public about the dangers of gluten. Cartman, claiming that he knows how to solve the crisis, calls the USDA and tells them that the food pyramid is upside down. Much to their surprise, the new dietary system works. The boys then throw a successful party. and Kenny announced that they have canceled the party to focus their efforts on addressing the public about the dangers of gluten. Cartman, claiming that he knows how to solve the crisis, calls the USDA and tells them that the food pyramid is upside down. Much to their surprise, the new dietary system works. The boys then throw a successful party.

The idea for the episode came from Trey Parker and Matt Stone noticing how they work with, and society in general, were going on gluten-free diets. It became so common that they went on diets themselves and thought it would be fun to do an episode of mocking themselves.

The episode received from C from the AV Clubs Josh Mordell. Mordell found the gluten-free panic “reasonably funny”, but felt the episode lacked a B-story. Similarly, IGN’s contributor Max Nicholson gave the episode a 7 out of 10, praising the panic caused by gluten products, but was also disappointed with the storyline following the boys’ party, noting that “the radio show segments were among the least funny South Park moments in recent memory “. Spin magazine’s Brennan Carley criticized the Lorde parody, asking: “Has Lorde ever really done anything that worthy of drawing the cartoon creators’ ire?” The Cissy, featuring a Spin reporter named “Brandon Carlile” investigating the concert and stating: “

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