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Steven Spielberg and George Lucas are the main antagonists in the South Park episode "The China Problem". They are based on the real-life filmmakers of the same names.
They were voiced by Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
Spielberg debuts in the episode "Cripple Fight", withdrawing support for Boy Scouts in favor of gay rights. Lucas was first seen in "Free Hat" where he, along with Spielberg, is seen releasing updated versions of Star Wars and Raiders of the Lost Ark. However, this ends up becoming costly for both of them, as during a preview of the remastered version of Raiders of the Lost Ark, their heads end up exploding because of how terrible it is.
In the episode "Wing", Lucas can be seen at the wedding of Sylvester Stallone's son.
In the episode, "The China Problem", Lucas and Steven, both of whom seem to have survived the events of "Free Hat" or at least come back to life, release their latest collaboration, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. The general public are horrified by the film, feeling that Lucas and Spielberg raped their beloved character Indiana Jones. As a result, the boys file a lawsuit against Lucas and Spielberg for "class-1 rape". When the police arrive to arrest them, they find that Lucas and Spielberg gang-raping a Star Wars Stormtrooper, and later inform the boys that they found the dead raped bodies of Yoda and Short Round. As culprits behind the calamitous crimes, they are both sent to prison.
They appear again in the episode "200" despite being arrested for raping Indiana Jones and many others Indiana Jones was seen as their sex slave. They were not seen in "201" but it can be assumed that they redeemed themselves like the other celebrities did at the end of the episode.
- Their behavior references hillbillies from Deliverance.
- While "Free Hat" portrays Spielberg as the mastermind behind the edits, with George Lucas reluctantly going along, in real life the two directors' attitudes ended up being the other way around. Steven Spielberg later stated that editing E.T. was a huge mistake and vowed never to do such a thing again, while Lucas has seen numerous edits made to the original trilogy since this episode and has stated more may well occur.