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Here’s special look behind-the-scenes of our fan-favorite episode “Butters’ Bottom Bitch”! Get a taste below — and for ALL the exclusive production art and details from Matt and Trey… check out the “Butters’ Bottom Bitch” WIKI page here!
- Butters’ cute little combed-over hair required totally new character art.
- Where did the idea come from? The B-story where Sergeant Yates is pretending to be a prostitute, and basically the whole joke is that he waits way too long to say “FREEZE”. That’s actually a joke Matt and Trey came up with years before South Park — when they were on the set of Orgazmo (in 1996). They forgot about it for years and years, and they finally remembered it and put it in this episode.
- Check out this pimpin’ behind the scenes character art of Keshawn, right from our archives:
- This episode created a lot of fan controversy because, despite what Cartman says, Butters actually HAD been kissed by the home-schooled girl back in Season 3′s “Hooked on Monkey Phonics”.
- The song featured during Sergeant Yate’s stripper dance at the frat party is appropriately called “Fuck the Pain Away” by Peaches.
- This was the first scene that was written for “Butters’ Bottom Bitch”:
- According to Matt & Trey: “There’s just nobody funnier to say really raw shit than Butters, because he’s just so cute. And obviously he doesn’t know what he’s saying.”
- Check out this storyboard from this scene. The arrows usually indicate movement:
- In 2011, fans voted “Butters’ Bottom Bitch” as their 9th favorite episode of all time.
- Character Debut: This is Sally Darson’s first episode.
- If you look at this production art, you’ll notice Sergeant Yates (aka Yolanda) next to the cake. He’s there to show scale: