South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut (1999)

It's Easy, M'Kay

Mr. Mackey (Trey Parker) teaches the kids how to “get back in touch” through song and dance.

Directed by Trey Parker.

Released in 1999 by Paramount.

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  • character-type: Teacher
  • action: Sing
  • action: Dance
  • editors-choice: Parodies
  • editors-choice: Musical Moments
  • primary-genre: Anime and Animation
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  • actor: Matt Stone
  • actor: Trey Parker
  • director: Trey Parker
  • producer: Anne Garefino
  • producer: Frank C. Agnone II
  • producer: Mark Roybal
  • producer: Matt Stone
  • producer: Trey Parker
  • producer: Scott Rudin
  • producer: Gina Shay
  • producer: Deborah Liebling
  • composer: Marc Shaiman
  • editor: John Venzon
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  • role-name: Kyle Broflovski
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  • screenwriter: Trey Parker
  • screenwriter: Matt Stone
  • screenwriter: Pam Brady
  • year: 1999
  • studio: Paramount