A class war ensues in South Park when it becomes a hot spot for rich celebrities. Meanwhile, Token feels rejected by his friends and goes to live with lions.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Ms. Choksondik / Clyde / Store Employee / Randy Marsh / Will Smith / Frederick Smith / Daniel Smith / Sound Recordist / Mr. Garrison / Ned Gerblanski / Skeeter / Bartender / Bill Cosby / Man on Bus #2 / Lion #2 / News Reporter / Carl (voice)
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Mrs. Williams / Sharon Marsh / Jada Pinkett Smith / Lisa Smith / Oprah Winfrey / Girl at Zoo / Mother at Zoo / Mayor McDaniels (voice)
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A class war ensues in South Park when it becomes a hot spot for rich celebrities. Meanwhile, Token feels rejected by his friends and goes to live with lions.

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The chief lion is named Aslan, which is Turkish for "lion", and was also the name of the lion in "The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe" See more »

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The first and second lions switch positions in a flash as they escort Token to Aslan. See more »

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Mr. Garrison: Now we can sell all their homes and become millionaires.
Jimbo: But then you had us do all that for nothing. Don't you see, if you get rich selling these homes then there will still be rich people in South Park.
Randy Marsh: Yeah, you'd become what you hate.
Mr. Garrison: Well yeah, but at least I got rid of all those damn ni...
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Here comes the neighborhood
9 December 2008 | by (Canada(Montreal,Quebec)) – See all my reviews

This was a pretty good south park episode with some very funny moments.It was not the best, just an average episode.Tolken is sick of being the only rich kid in South Park because he does not fit in, so he decides to send an ad so other celebrities will live here.He then finds that the celebrities kids are into playing strange games that Tolkien dislikes, so he ends up going to live with the lions.Meanwhile, the middle class folk of south park do not like the rich folk(who all happen to be black actually).So they try many ways to get them out of town such as pretending to be ghosts(kkk), it spoofs the whole racial movement of the 1960's only with rich people(even though these rich people are black).This episode has some fairly funny moments and is good, but is overall just as good as your average south park episode.


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