Chef protests the racist South Park flag.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Ned Gerblanski / Randy Marsh / Mr. Mackey / Shopper #1 / Shopper #3 / Clyde / Tom the News Reporter / Interviewee #1 / Interviewee #2 / K.K.K. Leader / Mr. Garrison / Johnson / Officer Barbrady / Interviewee #5 / Raffle Winning Klan Member (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Jimbo Kern / Shopper #2 / Butters Stotch / Interviewee #3 / Ted / Gerald Broflovski / Interviewee #4 / Interviewee #6 / Brother Anderson (voice)
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Chef and Jimbo are debating whether the flag of South Park, which depicts four white figures lynching a black figure, should be kept. Jimbo wants to keep the flag out of tradition, while Chef feels it's a racist symbol. As the debate spreads through the town, the mayor backs out of making a judgment, saying the issue will be decided by a debate held by the schoolchildren. This pits Wendy and Cartman, who want it changed, against Stan, Kyle and Kenny, who don't see anything wrong with the flag as it is. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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The episode itself makes references to the debate as to whether the Confederate flag, the Stars and Bars, should stay on the Capitol or not. The Court decided that the flag should come down, and on July 1, 2000, it was. See more »

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The building's name where Kyle's dad works at is misspelled as "Brovlofski & Jackson Attorneys at Law" instead of being "Broflovski". See more »

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KKK leader: Good meeting brothers! Now, let's all go take a hot shower.
KKK members: [chanting] Hot shower! Hot shower! Hot shower! Hot shower!
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Great episode about racism
21 November 2008 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

Chef Goes Nanners is a South Park episode with a good moral lesson.It's one of the best episodes of Season 4 in my opinion.The episode has Chef and Jimbo debating about the south park flag.The flag features 4 white people rejoicing as they hang a black man.Chef wants the flag to be changed due to the racism.Jimbo is not racist but he does not want the flag to be changed because it represents history.The whole town is in debate whether to change the flag or not.The KKK also comes to town(it turns out Mr.Hat is a member).Meanwhile, the new teacher asks the students to debate the flag issue for class.Cartman is paired up with Wendy.They start liking each other and Wendy finds herself in love with Cartman.This is a very entertaining and good episode and the moral message is that you shouldn't see race, because we are all human.


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