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"Crème Fraiche" South Park episode Sharon trying out her new Shake Weight. Episode no. Season 14 Episode 14 Directed by Trey Parker Written by Trey Parker Production code 1414 Original air date November 17, 2010 (2010-11-17) Episode chronology ← Previous "Coon vs. Coon and Friends" Next → "HUMANCENTiPAD" List of season 14 episodes List of South Park episodes "Crème Fraiche" is the 14th episode and season finale of the 14th season of American animated series South Park. It is the 209th episode overall. It aired on November 17, 2010. The episode was written and directed by series co-creator Trey Parker, and was rated TV-MA L in the United States. In its original American broadcast on November 17, 2010, "Crème Fraiche" was watched by 2.87 million viewers, according to the Nielsen Media Research. It was the highest viewed scripted show. It received a 1.9 rating/5% share among adult viewers between ages 18 and 49. In this episode, Stan's life is reduced to shambles both at home and in school due to Randy's new obsession with the Food Network. It is changing everything and even forces Sharon to explore a new interest of her own. Contents 1 Plot 2 Cultural references 3 Reception 4 Home release 5 References 6 External links Plot Randy has taken an erotic interest in cooking thanks to TV programs on the Food Network. Spending whole nights watching these shows inspires him to replicate the recipes and serve them to his family but leave the task of cleaning to them. Sharon becomes fed up with Randy's behavior, and assumes his fetish for cooking must be because she has become unattractive to him. Encouraged by Sheila Broflovski and TV commercials for the Shake Weight exercise equipment, she eventually buys one with a digital voice which constantly advises, flatters, and instructs her during exercises. In line with the general parody of this device seen in United States popular culture since its debut, exercise with the Shake Weight blatantly resembles a handjob — complete with "release" of a "cooling fluid" on the exerciser's face when "done". Sharon's Shake Weight also dispenses "cab fare" into her palm and goes to "sleep mode" (resembling a flaccid penis) at workout's conclusion. At one point it coaxes Sharon into sticking her finger into a backside receptacle, ostensibly to take her pulse, as described on TV. At South Park Elementary, Randy is discovered to have taken over as cafeteria chef (embracing his predecessor's mannerisms), having quit his job to do so. Ignoring the planned school lunch menus, Randy cooks a variety of extremely gourmet food dishes clearly both too complex for, and not to the liking of, the students. Randy then forces Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny to film himself as if he were on his own cooking show. Cartman attempts to impersonate chef Gordon Ramsay to try and discourage Randy's passion for cooking, but the plan falls apart when various celebrity chefs such as Jamie Oliver and Bobby Flay arrive in the cafeteria to start a new competitive cooking show, entitled Hell's Kitchen Nightmares Iron Top Chef Cafeteria Throwdown Ultimate Cookoff Challenge. Sharon is increasingly drawn to her Shake Weight and takes a vacation to a beach resort to exercise with it in private. A short time later however, the cleaning lady in Sharon's hotel room is caught exercising with the Shake Weight, and Sharon is angry and calls the Shake Weight company headquarters to return it. Back at the cafeteria, where students have waited 12 hours for a meal after the kitchen was taken over by the chefs, Randy eventually leaves for home when he cannot find his key ingredient, crème fraiche. Sharon coincidentally returns home determined to resolve whatever is wrong with their marriage thanks to Randy's obsession with cooking. When Randy mentions he has not slept for several days, Sharon offers a solution, using her experience handling the Shake Weight to give Randy an "old fashioned". Afterwards, Randy becomes tired and falls asleep in bed, having lost all interest in cooking, and promises to get his job back the next day. Later that night, Sharon thanks the Shake Weight, having figured out its true purpose as a marriage saver. Saying that its work is done, the Shake Weight bids farewell and shuts itself off.[1] Cultural references The episode lampoons the recent rise in popularity of cooking shows on the Food Network. The first cooking show Randy watches (and pleasures himself to) is Guy's Big Bite, starring Guy Fieri. Cartman impersonates Gordon Ramsay, which prompts other TV chefs to appear as well – Jamie Oliver, Mario Batali, Bobby Flay, Masaharu Morimoto, Alton Brown, Giada De Laurentiis, and Paula Deen. The virally popular "Shake Weight" commercial is largely referenced. Jamie Oliver's outcry is a reference to both the Channel 4 series broadcast "Jamie's School Dinners" and the American Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution, where he successfully improved the quality of school dinners in Britain and West Virginia.[citation needed] The theme song to Randy's cooking show is a parody of the "Trololo" song performed by Eduard Khil.[2] The scene where Sharon "elopes" with the Shake Weight sitting on beach chairs bears a striking resemblance to a series of Corona commercials. Terrance and Phillip return in a parody of insurance commercials, referencing Progressive and Geico.[3] Reception In its original American broadcast on November 17, 2010, "Crème Fraiche" was watched by 2.487 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research, making it the most watched cable television show of the night. The episode received a 1.6 rating/3 share, meaning it was seen by 1.6 percent of the population, and 3% of people watching television at the time of the broadcast. Among male viewers between ages 18 and 34, the episode received a 2.7 rating/9 share. Among adult viewers between ages 18 and 49, "Crème Fraiche" received a 1.4 rating/4 share, falling two tenths in the ratings, however it was one of the only cable television shows that night to receive a rating higher than 1.0 among adults between 18 and 49 years of age (the other shows being Psych, Meet the Browns and The Ultimate Fighter).[4] IGN rated this episode 8.0 (Impressive), saying "This episode didn't waste any time with the jokes, as it opens with a dig at Carnival Cruise Lines and how smelling like poop would actually be an improvement for their ship. That joke is quickly followed by Randy Marsh ignoring his wife's requests to avoid the "no-no" channel, and we soon find that Randy has a case of Sitophilia (a food fetish) that is only satisfied by the sweet, sweet food love on Food Network."[3] Home release "Crème Fraiche", along with the 13 other episodes from South Park's 14th season, were released on a three-disc DVD set and two-disc BD set in the United States on April 26, 2011.[5] References ^ "Crème Fraiche Press Release". South Park Studios. 14 November 2010. Retrieved 19 November 2010.  ^ ^ a b Isler, Ramsey (18 November 2010). "South Park: "Crème Fraiche" Review". IGN. Retrieved 19 November 2010.  ^ Seidman, Robert (November 18, 2010). "Wednesday Cable Ratings: 'Terriers' 100% Higher; 'Psych' Steady; 'South Park' Down, But Still Tops Night & More". TV by the Numbers. Retrieved November 19, 2010.  ^ "South Park - 'The Complete 14th Season' Formally Announced; Seems it Really IS Complete!". 2011-07-02. Retrieved 2011-02-12.  External links "Crème Fraiche" Episode guide at South Park Studios "Crème Fraiche" Full episode at South Park Studios "Crème Fraiche" at the Internet Movie Database "Crème Fraiche" at v · d · eSouth Park Trey Parker · Matt Stone Characters Stan Marsh · Kyle Broflovski · Eric Cartman · Kenny McCormick · Butters Stotch · Chef · Mr. Garrison · Families · Other children · Other school staff · Supporting characters Seasons 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · 8 · 9 · 10 · 11 · 12 · 13 · 14 · 15 Features Controversies · Subject matter · Title sequence · Chewbacca defense Media releases The Spirit of Christmas · DVDs · Chef Aid: The South Park Album · South Park Imaginationland: The Movie · "Chocolate Salty Balls" · South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (Soundtrack: "Blame Canada"  · "What Would Brian Boitano Do?") · "Timmy and the Lords of the Underworld" · Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics Video games South Park · Chef's Luv Shack · Pinball · Rally · South Park 10: The Game · Let's Go Tower Defense Play! Books and pop culture South Park and Philosophy: You Know, I Learned Something Today (Robert Arp) · South Park and Philosophy: Bigger, Longer, and More Penetrating (Richard Hanley) · South Park Conservatives: The Revolt Against Liberal Media Bias (Brian C. Anderson) · South Park Republican (Andrew Sullivan) Wikipedia books South Park · Seasons of South Park · Seasons: 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · 8 · 9 · 10 · 11 · 12 · 13 · 14 Cast members · Category v · d · eSouth Park episodes Seasons: 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · 8 · 9 · 10 · 11 · 12 · 13 · 14 · 15 Season 14 "Sexual Healing" · "The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs" · "Medicinal Fried Chicken" · "You Have 0 Friends" · "200" · "201" · "Crippled Summer" · "Poor and Stupid" · "It's a Jersey Thing" · "Insheeption" · "Coon 2: Hindsight" · "Mysterion Rises" · "Coon vs. Coon and Friends" · "Crème Fraiche"