South Park: Season 5, Episode 12

Here Comes the Neighborhood (28 Nov. 2001)

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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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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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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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Skeeter: That was it. We just saw the last of them speeding away in a van!
[all the men yell, "All right!"]
Gerald Brofloski: They were so scared, I'm sure they'll never be back!
Mr. Garrison: That's great! And now we can sell all their homes, and become... millionaires!
[all the men stop and ask, "What?"]
Jimbo: But then you had us do all that for nothin'. Don't you see - if you get rich sellin' these homes, then there will still be rich people in South Park.
Randy Marsh: Yeah. You'd become what you hate.
[Mr. Garrison pauses]
Mr. Garrison: Well yeah, but at least I got...
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"us lions love jokes"
20 July 2009 | by (Mexico City) – See all my reviews

This was almost a Token episode, sure he has a subplot in this extremely hilarious Season 5 gem. And I love that subplot with Token sort of discovering he is the only rich kid in the town (his father gives him a truly great explanation: "for instance, your mother is a chemist for a pharmaceutical company whereas you friend Eric Cartman's mother is a crack whore. One pays more than the other."), feeling he doesn't fit with the rest of the boys (for instance Token doesn't know what's a VHS!) but later on also feeling he doesn't fit with rich kids (much richer kids, I mean Token hands out with Will Smith's kids, Puff Daddy's kids) to finally trying to live as a lion! In the DVD mini commentary Trey remarks how the whole stuff with the lions was just one of those things that came from a "wtf do we do now?" night. They rank this stuff up there with the Crab people so you know, but hell, and unlike Token and probably many fans, I truly love these comedian lions (and Crab people too!). But well, at one point Token invites rich people to come to live in South Park and there we have Will Smith, Kobe Bryant and some others building their millionaire houses, Token's plan certainly was at first nothing but a success. But while Token is with the lions and stuff there are bigger things going on in South Park and it's really great since WE are the only ones thinking in racial issues, totally hilarious (Kobe Bryant being like "time to leave", f****** great! And Chef joining for some reason, and for money, the movement of the rich, and finally the poor realizing what 's the way to get rid of the rich: pretend they are ghosts!) , f****** great ending! Here Comes the Neighborhood is a complete winner…10 out of 10.


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