Bucky Bailey's Bully Buckers is the producer of the Stop Bullying video. He bullied Mr. Mackey and the students during the school assembly on bullying, until someone volunteered to make the video. Stan Marsh eventually volunteers, makes the video, writes the song, and directs everything.
The entire school joins in an effort to raise awareness against bullying and uses Butters as its victim. Kyle, however, feels that Stan hasn't made the movie to promote awareness of bullying but rather has done so for his own satisfaction, since it will be publicized nationwide for profit, rather than given out for free. Bucky Bailey gets mad at Stan for selling the video without consulting him, as revenue from it, which was Bailey's idea, could have brought national exposure to Bully Buckers. Later, Mick Jabs, the president of the studio that purchased the video, corners Bailey in the school boys' room, and presents a cease and desist order from his lawyers. Stan and Butters go on The Dr. Oz Show to promote the movie, but as Dr. Oz continuously bullies Butters to get him to reveal specifics, Butters finally snaps and attacks Oz, making the country see Butters not as a bully victim, but as a violent psychopath. Jabs' Studio drops the video.
Lip Dub VideosEdit
Lip dub is a form of viral video where a person or group mimes a song in time to a pre-recorded backing track. These types of videos are popularly created by high schools across the country to raise awareness of a topic or promote school pride and bring students together.
Bullying isn't cool. Bullying is lame.
Bullying is ugly and has a stupid name.
For a healthy world, bullying's unfit.
And I think I know what we should do to i-it.
Do do do do do to i-it.
Let's all get together and make bullying kill itself.
Bullying's an ugly thing
Let's shove its face in the dirt and make bullying kill itself.
Woah-oh. Woah-oh. Woah-oh.
Boy you like my body. Set the mood, let's play!
You can touch me anywhere except for my vajayjay.
We can make it stop. We can stomp it out.
We can beat its ass until it starts to cry.
Let's gang up on it and tell it it smells
And beat its ass worse if it ever te-lls.
If if if it ever te-lls.
Lets all join together to try to make bullying kill itself.
It'll be fun to see just how bad we can make it feel
and make bullying kill itself.
Woah-oh. Woah-oh. Woah-oh.
My heart says ye-es (ye-es ye-es)
But my vajayjay says no-o
Trapped inside the darkness of my mind.
I try to break free. The words are so unkind.
Stupid! (stupid stupid)
Ugly! (ugly ugly ugly ugly)
Pansy.(pansy pansy pansy)
(The song probably would have continued for much longer, but at this point, Butters asked everyone to stop because he didn't want to take part anymore. The rest of the song is never heard.)
- "Make Bullying Kill Itself", and it's accompanying music video, parodies this anti-bullying YouTube video by Cypress Ranch High School. 
- Although the song is about stopping bullying, the methods to stop the bullying are ironically similar to methods used by bullies, like "ganging up on it" and "making it kill itself".
- ↑ "Was the episode "Butterballs" a parody of the Cypress Ranch Lip Dub?". South Park Studios FAQ (May 3, 2012).
|Songs from Season Sixteen|
| Ballad of James Cameron | Gangnam Style | Here Comes Fatty Doo Doo | I Love Sarcastaball | I Swear | Jackin' it in San Diego | Little Green Frog | Make Bullying Kill Itself | Maniac | Our Love Grows | The Imperial March | The Jewelry Polka | The Only Memeing I'll Ever Do | The Star Spangled Banner |