South Park: Season 2, Episode 14

Chef Aid (7 Oct. 1998)

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The boys organize a music festival to raise money when Chef is sued by a record company.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Mr. Garrison / Record Producer / Judge Moses / Johnnie Cochran / Dr. Doctor / News Reporter / Officer Barbrady / Mr. Mackey / Narrator (voice)
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When Cartman comes into school singing the new hit song, "Stinky Britches," Chef realizes that the song he wrote 20 years earlier has been stolen. When he goes to the record company to show the song is his and ask for attribution, the record executive instead hires Johnny Cochrane to sue Chef for millions of dollars. Facing prison if he can't pay the fine, the kids look up all Chef's old music buddies to raise the money. They all arrive in South Park to hold a huge charity concert, allowing Chef to hire Cochrane for himself and counter-sue the record executive. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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The slight beating Chef receives is a small reminder of the 'Rodney King' beating. See more »

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In a news report, drawings of a trial are used when the trial itself is not televised. If the trial is televised, stills of the trial, if not actual clips, are used. See more »

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Ozzy Osbourne: [Ozzy Osbourne is describing how he became famous] Many years ago, I was the lead man in a struggling band. Chef told me to wear funny hats. I thought he said "bite the head off a bat." And the rest is history!
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Chef Aid! Chef Laid!
14 August 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

In this episode of South Park, Chef gets sued because a music writing company thinks that he is using plagiarism. In order for Chef to have the money to pay for the music, it is up for him and The Boys to come up with a money making solution! Sex is an idea, (Not With Each other Though!) so Chef tries to man-whore his way through the situation by having sex with South Park's female citizens. Several celebrity cameos make an appearance, (Elton John, Ozzy Osbourne, etc!) to help Chef earn the money as an award for helping and supporting their bands in the past. This episode even has a reference to "How The Grinch Who Stole Christmas!" near the end! "Chef Aid" is an episode not to be missed by South Park fans!

Overall Rating: 9/10!


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