South Park (1997– )
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With Apologies to Jesse Jackson 

Stan becomes a social outcast after his father Randy says "the N-Word" on national television, but Michael Richards and Mark Furhman come to Randy's rescue.


Trey Parker


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Episode cast overview:
Trey Parker ... Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Randy Marsh / TV Announcer / Stephen Stotch / Jesse Jackson / Dr. David Nelson / Mr. Mackey / Passerby / Taunting Child / Redneck #2 / Redneck #3 / Michael Richards / Scott / Senator #2 / Senator #4 / News Reporter (voice)
Matt Stone ... Kyle Broflovski / Pat Sajak / Jimbo Kern / Ryan / Butters / Shop Clerk / Craig / Redneck #1 / Mark Fuhrman / Senator #1 / Senator #3 (voice)
Adrien Beard Adrien Beard ... Token Black (voice)
B.J. McCrory B.J. McCrory ... Coyote Brown / Man in Audience #1 / Man in Audience #2 (voice) (as BJ McCrory)
April Stewart ... Sharon Marsh / Sensetivity Speaker / Principal Victoria (voice)


Stan's dad becomes a social outcast for saying "the N-Word" on national television, but Michael Richards and Mark Furhman come to his rescue. And Cartman has a run-in with a little-person teaching sensitivity training at the elementary school. Written by

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Animation | Comedy


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7 March 2007 (USA) See more »

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First episode to not have any offensive words (The F and N words in this case) censored on UK DVD box sets. See more »


During the bonus round on Wheel of Fortune, the letters provided before Randy picked his four letters (three consonants and one vowel) were "RTSL and E" and Randy ended up choosing the "N" along with his letters which he picked. In reality, Wheel of Fortune provides the letters "RSTLNE"; therefore, the "N" is already included with the letters that the game provides for the player during the bonus round. See more »


Randy Marsh: [on Wheel Of Fortune] All right, I'd like to solve the puzzle... Niggers!
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They're back.
10 March 2007 | by MovieAddict2016See all my reviews

After a disappointing tenth season, Trey Parker and Matt Stone have started off Season 11 with a bang - satirizing the media frenzy caused by the Michael Richards racial slur incident late last year and yet again touching on a very fragile subject matter: the "N-word." The reason "South Park" can get away with using the N-word over 40 times in one episode, of course, is because - unlike "Family Guy" or other basic shows - "South Park" has evolved into an intelligent criticism of society and every episode deals with some kind of current events issue, and in particular this episode addresses the impact of these harmful words more so than just the shock of the word itself. Stan's dad Randy uses the N-word on national television and becomes the subject of hate - facing a sort of modern-day twist on racism, with people calling him "the N-word guy" and not allowing him to shop in stores or go anywhere without being confronted. He's even chased down by a pack of rednecks who take issue with his degradation of an entire race.

As a subplot, Cartman takes issue with a midget teacher who ends up trying to fight Cartman.

Hopefully the episodes will continue with this strength and won't deteriorate over the season's progression.

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