"Mountain Town (Reprise)" is sung at the ending scene of the film South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut.
The song is reprising the opening number, "Mountain Town".
This is actually the second reprise of the song. An earlier reprise can be heard during a portion of "La Resistance".
Everything worked out.
What a happy end!
Americans and Canadians are friends again.
So let's all join hands and knock oppression down!
Good Lordy, I'm found!
Stan, Kyle and Cartman:
Don't you know our little lives are now complete?
Sharon, Liane and Sheila:
'Cause Terrance and Phillip are sweet.
Thank God we live in this
quiet, little, pissant, redneck,
podunk, jerkwater, greenhorn, one-horse,
mud-hole, peckerwood, right-wing, whistle-stop,
hobmail, truck-drivin', old-fashioned, hayseed, inbred,
unkempt, out-of-date, out-of-touch, white-trash,
Stan, Kyle, Cartman:
- The full song is a parody of "Belle" from the 1991 Disney animated film Beauty and the Beast.
- The song contains Chef singing and with his only solo in the entire film. Originally, he was supposed to have a song of his own being naked in a hot tub with a woman, this was later cut out.
- Jesus, Ms. Crabtree, Ms. Ellen, Father Maxi, Scuzzlebutt, Mr. Hankey (in his Sailor hat), Principal Victoria, Doctor Tom, the Chinese Commentators, and a Visitor can be seen in the background as they sing the final part of the chorus.