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When Randy utters a racial slur on national television, it not only causes him to be shunned by society, it also strains Stan's friendship with Token. To help raise awareness of sensitivity to others, South Park Elementary brings in a "little person" as a guest speaker, but he finds himself in a fight with Cartman.
Stan: Listen Token, my dad isn't a racist. He's just stupid, all right?
Jesse Jackson: Brian, get a picture of Mr. Marsh apologizing.
Brian: Ready to go, sir. (holds up camera)
Jesse Jackson: (pulls down pants and sticks his butt out) Kiss it.
Randy: (shocked) Huh?!?
Jesse Jackson: Apologize! Kiss it.
Randy: (points at Jackson's butt) You want me to kiss your..
Jesse Jackson: That's right. (bounces his butt up and down) Apologize.
Randy: Uh.. o.. okay. I'll.. (kneels down) ..let's see here..
Jesse Jackson: Apologize.
David Nelson: Principal Victoria, I'm very concerned about the behavior of one of your students.
Principal Victoria: Yes, we apologize for Eric Cartman's behavior, Mr. Nelson. We feel terrible!
David Nelson: Why? I don't feel terrible. It doesn't bother me at all. Words... are like bullets. And I let 'em pass right through me. I just know with some one-on-one time together with this Eric Cartman, I have a chance to change the way he thinks.
Mr. Mackey: Uh.. it might be best if you just let it go, m'kay?
When Randy makes it to the final round of Wheel of Fortune
, he is given the letters R, T, S, L, and E to start the final puzzle. He then guesses B, N, G, and O as his own letters. However on the real game show, the letters already given to you include the letter N, therefore guessing it would be unnecessary.
Actor Michael Richards
, who starred as Kramer on the hit sitcom Seinfeld
, is referenced in this episode because of his behavior in a comedy club in November of 2006, when he uttered racist slurs to audience members.
Cartman: (to David Nelson) Now say, 'Carol Anne, don't go into the light!'
This is a reference to a line from the movie, Poltergeist (1982).