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Stanley's Cup 

When Stan loses his job as the paperboy, he decides to become the coach of the local Pee Wee Hockey team, just to make some money. Unfortunately, he gets way more than he bargained for.


Trey Parker


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Episode cast overview:
Trey Parker ... Stan Marsh / Repo Man / County Official / Randy Marsh / Commentator / Jack Brown / Dr. Doctor / Hockey Player #1 / Man in Audience / Reds Coach / Coach's Father (voice)
Matt Stone ... Kyle Broflovski / Mr. Jarvis / Coach Brown / Hockey Player #2 (voice)
Lance Ho Lance Ho ... Child (voice)
Kathryn Howell ... (voice) (as Katharine Howell)
Mona Marshall ... Sheila Broflovski (voice)
Dimitri Mendoza Dimitri Mendoza ... Ike Broflovski (voice)
Timothy Napoli Timothy Napoli ... Child (voice)
Shane Stephenson Shane Stephenson ... Child (voice)
April Stewart ... Sharon Marsh / Mrs. Brown (voice)


Stan Marsh has hit rock bottom. He's got no job, no bicycle and his only way out of a bad situation, is to coach the local pee wee hockey team. Once a hotshot pee wee hockey player himself, Stan Marsh has tried to put those days behind him. But he's still living with the memory of how he let his team down when he missed the winning shot in the big game. Now, he's about to find out that being a coach means facing your past. He's determined to show his kids what it's like to be a winner!

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Animation | Comedy


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15 November 2006 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


Stan's boss has hung on the wall three of the most unbelievable South Park Gazette scoops: The dramatic appearance of Scuzzlebutt in South Park: Volcano (1997), the smug polluted atmosphere of South Park: Smug Alert! (2006) and the greatest invention of all, Mr./Mrs. Garrison's "It" vehicle in South Park: The Entity (2001). See more »


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Surprise Ending
19 March 2016 | by mastermathmanSee all my reviews

This episode was actually pretty good. Some decent jokes with a great plot, but then you get to the ending. I'm not going to spoil the ending for anyone who hasn't seen this episode, but for those who have, you know what I'm talking about. It could've been an 8/10, but I'm not gonna lie, the ending was incredibly depressing. It just didn't seem like what South Park does. I'm sorry to anyone who really likes this episode, because it was a good episode, but I can't give it any more than that, simply because the ending is such a downer. It isn't the worst episode of the season, as that belongs to "A Million Little Fibers", but it's far from the best. I was left with a "what happens next." feeling. It is, in my opinion, the worst season finale, and is pale in comparison to finales such as "The List" and "Butter's Very Own Episode".

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