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"San Diego" is a music video featured in the Season Sixteen episode, "Butterballs". The song was performed by a three man vocal group, wearing blue suits. Jerry Sanders, the Mayor of San Diego, makes a guest appearance.

BackgroundEdit

Stan Marsh created an anti-bullying music video, called "Make Bullying Kill Itself". It was produced by Bucky Bailey's Bully Buckers, an anti-bullying organization. Stan sold the rights to the video to a movie producer, named Nick Jabs. Jabs set up an interview for Stan and Butters on Dr. Oz talk show, to promote the video. Dr. Mehmet Oz sued South Park Elementary after Butters assaulted him in a rage of pent up anger, caused by being bullied. Jabs backed out of the movie deal, due to the bad publicity from Butters' incident.

San Diego MontageEdit

Stan was blamed for these incidents and everyone turned against him for the trouble that was caused. When asked what he was going to do about it he replied, "I guess there's only one thing left for me to do." He flew to San Diego, where he took off his clothes, and danced and masturbated on a street corner.

TriviaEdit

  • This video is a parody of by Jason Russell's breakdown in San Diego, California, where he was caught masturbating in public and disrupting traffic.[1]
  • The song was released as "San Diego" on iTunes August 21, 2012 through Comedy Central Records.[2]

Record Store Day ExclusiveEdit

This song, along with "Gay Fish", was released on a 7 inch vinyl record for Record Store Day on April 20, 2013.[3]

LyricsEdit

Singers:
Baaam badam baaam baaadam. Baaam badam bam
Baaam badam baaam baaadam. Baaam badam bam

I'm gonna jack it where the sun always shines (he's gonna jack it)
Been spreadin' the word and now I need to ease my mind (jackin' it, ohhh)
Been plantin' them apple seeds, and while the apples grow
I'm gonna go out jackin' it in San Diego

Jackin' it, jackin' it, jackin' it, jack
Spankin' it, jackin' it, spankin' it, smack

I don't need no shirt, no, I'm gonna take them pants right off (he's about to jack it)
On such a bright day, who needs underwear or socks? (jack it, jack it, ohhh)
Been around God's country and there's one thing I know
There's no better place for jackin' it than San Diego

Jack it, jack it, jackin' it, jack
Spankin' it, spankin' it, smackin' it, smack
Jackin' it, jackin' it, jackin' it, jack (jack it for the Lord)
Jackin' it, spankin' it, smackin' it, smack


Jerry Sanders:
"Come to San Diego, there's so much to see. From the sparkling waters of Mission Bay to the warm tortillas of Old Town. And after a day of sight-seeing, why not try spankin' it in one of our charming city streets?

San Diego. Come, take a load off."

Singers:
Jackin' it, jackin' it, jackin' it, jack
Spankin' it, spankin' it, smackin' it, smack
A-whackin' it, whackin' it, whackin' it, whack
Spankin' it, jerkin' it, smackin' it, smack

The cars are all passin' me by, they're honkin' and sayin' "hello" (hey, that guy's jackin' it)
From his window, there's a guy shootin' video (video of him jackin')
And if the good Lord, Jesus, comes knockin' on my door
Just tell him that I'm jackin' it in San Diego

Jackin' it, jackin' it, jackin' it, jack
Spankin' it, spankin' it, smackin' it, smack (he's about to jack it)
Jack it, whack it, jack it, jackin' it, jack (whackin' it, whackin' it)
Whack it, whack it, spank, spank, whack, whackin' it, whack

ReferencesEdit


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

See Also: List of Songs | List of Minor Characters from Season Sixteen | Season Sixteen

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