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Question 1:
Which of the following titles did South Park (season 13) have?
Battle Assault 3 featuring Gundam Seed
"Gay Fish", an original song featured in the episode "Fishsticks"
I Did It for Love featuring Sean Garrett
Jonas Steur featuring Jennifer Rene - Fall To Pieces

Question 2: [40][41] "Dances with Smurfs" served as a parody and social commentary of the political commentary style of Glenn Beck, a nationally syndicated radio show host and ________ political pundit.
Fox News ChannelBloomberg TelevisionFox Business NetworkCNN

Question 3:
When did South Park (season 13) last air?
present
2009-11-18
2005-10-28
2006-03-17

Question 4:
What type is thing is South Park (season 13)?
Digital Download Store / Online Music Store
Music and Social Networking
Film and Music webzine
music

Question 5: [17][18] Saturday Night Live cast member ________, who had previously worked as a consultant on the show, was credited as a producer.
Will ForteKristen WiigJason SudeikisBill Hader

Question 6: [31] The season finale, "Pee", satirized the ________ genre, especially the film 2012, which was released five days before the episode aired.
Disaster filmThe Towering InfernoHenry FondaThe Poseidon Adventure (1972 film)

Question 7: The season continued to focus on the exploits of protagonists Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Kenny and Butters in the ________ mountain town of South Park.
UtahColoradoFloridaMissouri

Question 8: The season maintained the average ________ viewership for the series, which was around 3 million viewers.
1960 in television2009 in American television2008 in televisionNielsen ratings

Question 9: The first seven episodes of the season aired from March 11, 2009, with the series premiere "The Ring",[17] and ended on April 22 with the mid-season finale "________".
FatbeardSouth Park (season 13)Dead CelebritiesPinewood Derby (South Park)

Question 10: "Pinewood Derby" drew considerable media attention in ________ when it originally aired due to its depiction of Mexican President Felipe Calderón.
NicaraguaPhilippinesUnited StatesMexico
















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