It's not great, not bad - hovering location roughly amusing towards forgettable. in that respect are some good laughs greek deity and a few ideas that are surely worth an episode; but the pretending never kicks into last gear. These stories would typically be subplots in a better episode, but here they're first and center.
Stan: [the group turns rear towards them] Well, I mean, that's what was on the news. Tweek's family was on the news saying what a wuss you are, Craig. And then Craig's family came on and said Tweek was the wuss, and and so punched Tweek's mom in the hooters.
Everything in the sequence seems entirely against continuity, the characters act like they're on tranquilizers, and cypher makes awareness inside the pre-established context. If the demo has a continuity, this episode mental faculty probably never be mentioned again, save perhaps as a guttersnipe joke, and none of the apt wild events will ever be repeated. Not to be mazed with a Wham Episode, which entirely changes the guidance of a series.