but the price of famewas looming
as Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow continues.
The 70s and 80swere a good time foryoung Terrance and Phillip.
Their act on The Donny and Marie Show
won thema Nobel Peace Prize.
They were on the coverof every magazine.
And then in 1998,
even a Saturday morningcartoon was made
based on Terrance and Phillip.
Terrance and Phillip themselvessupplied the voices.
Say, Terrance,what should we do
aboot this strange planetwe've crashed on ?
I don't know, Phillip.
It seems likethe alien species herebreathe an inert gas.
Uh-oh, did you saywhat I thought you said ?
( farts )
As leader ofthe Goat People,
I have seen my speciesnearly wiped out byyour dangerous gas.
Wow, that sucks.
( farts )
( narrator )The cartoon wassuch a huge success
that it started to breedconfusion
over whetherTerrance and Phillip
were animated charactersor real people.
And so in 1998,the comedy team started work
on what they thought would betheir greatest achievement,
a made-for-tv movie
written by and startingTerrance and Phillip
called Not Without My Anus.
It was their biggest projectto date,
but it had the misfortuneof being scheduled on a night
when a different and morepopular television show,
The John Schneider Variety Hourwas supposed to air.
When fans tuned into see John Schneider
and instead were treated tothe Canadian made-for-tv movie,
they were enraged, bewilderedand scared.
The fans revoltedand burned down the network,
killing six television producersand wounding 12 others.
The hatred ofTerrance and Phillip had begun.
Terrance fell intoa deep depression
and started abusingwood polish.
Phillip beat upan angry six-year-old fan
and was sued for$6 million.
It was the first timethe duo tasted failure
and it nearlykilled them both.
WHAT'S GOING ON HERE ?
SHH, WE'RE WATCHIN' BEHIND THE BLOW.
"Behind the Blow" Pt. 2
Part II of Terrance and Phillip's "Behind the Blow" special.
The word "s**t" is broadcast on television for the first time, triggering a chain of events that threaten the world as we know it.x CLOSE
The boys' new troop leader is Big Gay Al, and Timmy is excited until Jimmy, the new "handicapped" kid, steals his spotlight.x CLOSE
A magician performs in South Park, convincing Kenny, Cartman and Kyle to join his cult-like following, leaving Stan & Jesus to save them.x CLOSE
Cartman seeks vengeance on an eighth grader after buying the kid's pubes fails to impress the other boys. Radiohead guest stars.x CLOSE
When the boys discover their idols, Terrance and Phillip, have called it quits, they'll go to any length to reunite the duo.x CLOSE
Cartman inherits one million dollars.x CLOSE
The boys take Sex Ed and learn the mysteries of the body from none other than Mr. Mackey.x CLOSE
There's a new character in South Park and the boys take up his cause against conniving corporate leaders and the evil U.S. government.x CLOSE
When the boys receive a package from the children of Afghanistan, every government agency descends upon the town to investigate.x CLOSE
The funniest thing Cartman's ever seen comes to town. Realizing he'll never see anything funnier, he loses his sense of humor.x CLOSE
The boys watch "Hamlet," starring Phillip.x CLOSE
Terrance and Phillip get into a fight during their Brainwashing Festival rehearsal.x CLOSE
Kyle shows "Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow" at the Earth Day Festival.x CLOSE
The boys see an ad on TV for a live Terrance and Phillip show.x CLOSE
Kyle makes up a reason for the boys to be able to attend the Terrance and Phillip show in Denver.x CLOSE
The boys are disappointed when the real Phillip isn't performing.x CLOSE
The boys sneaking into Terrance's dressing room.x CLOSE
Terrance talks to the boys about his feud with Phillipx CLOSE
The boys tell the Brainwashing Festival organizers that they won't be able to get Terrance and Phillip.x CLOSE
Kyle misleads Phillip to get him to come to South Park.x CLOSE