'South Park' (2000)

For reasons clear only to them, "South Park" creators <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB0000008633" title="Trey Parker" href="/topic/entertainment/trey-parker-PECLB0000008633.topic">Trey Parker</a> and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB0000008016" title="Matt Stone" href="/topic/entertainment/matt-stone-PECLB0000008016.topic">Matt Stone</a> chose to devote an entire episode to a retelling of  Dickens' "Great Expectations" starring supporting character Pip. (That's a supporting character on "South Park," with Pip being the star of "Great Expectations.") The episode was unique in that it featured a live-action introduction with actor <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003177" title="Malcolm McDowell" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/malcolm-mcdowell-PECLB003177.topic">Malcolm McDowell</a> and didn't have any of the regular "South Park" characters. While Parker and Stone love the episode, it's proven to be one of the series' least popular episodes.
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For reasons clear only to them, "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone chose to devote an entire episode to a retelling of Dickens' "Great Expectations" starring supporting character Pip. (That's a supporting character on "South Park," with Pip being the star of "Great Expectations.") The episode was unique in that it featured a live-action introduction with actor Malcolm McDowell and didn't have any of the regular "South Park" characters. While Parker and Stone love the episode, it's proven to be one of the series' least popular episodes.

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