South Park: Season 8, Episode 6

The Jeffersons (21 Apr. 2004)

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Michael Jackson moves to South Park but tries to conceal his identity. and local cops try to frame him because he is a rich black man.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Michael Jackson / Randy Marsh / Chris Stotch / Sergeant Yates / Officer Murphy / Officer Johnson / Maggie Yates (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Craig / Gerald Broflovski / Officer Harris / Officer Ricks / Sergeant Snetzel (voice)
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A new family moves in to South Park, calling themselves The Jeffersons. It really is Michael Jackson with his son escaping from the earlier Hollywood lifestyle. Stan, Cartman, Kenny and Kyle are invited over to play, but everyone but Cartman soon becomes suspicious of Mr. Jefferson's childlike behavior. At this point, Mr. Jefferson has become Cartman's best friend. The cops are soon involved, but withdraw their attention when they see that Mr. Jefferson is white and therefore there is no need to frame him. Written by Jonas Nilsson

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The only episode where Kenny is out of his parka and says several unmuffled lines. See more »

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Sgt. Harrison Yates: Let's give Blackie a welcome home.
[Mr. Jefferson turns around to reveal his face]
Sgt. Harrison Yates: Whoa, wait a m... That guy isn't black! Holy God, his son isn't black either! Oh Jesus!
[Over CB]
Sgt. Harrison Yates: This is Yates, stand down! I repeat, stand down! Suspect is not black!
[to Harris]
Sgt. Harrison Yates: You son of a bitch, you told me this guy was African American!
Det. Harris: It says right here on the filo sheet he is.
Sgt. Harrison Yates: Does that look like a black guy to you?
Det. Harris: It says so on the filo sheet.
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A surprisingly sweet natured episode with a true message.
18 March 2007 | by (Long Beach, California) – See all my reviews

Michael Jackson, under fake name Martin Jefferson, and his son Blanket move to South Park. Cartman becomes great friends with Michael because of all of his cool toys, while Kyle, Stan and Kenny try to be the good parents to Blanket Michael never was. It's a surprisingly sweet episode because the central character is Blanket instead of Michael. Along with that, it's also really funny. Trey Parker's terrible impression of Michael Jackson is much funnier than any good impression would be. It also features a disturbing dream sequence between Michael and Cartman, and one of Kenny's funniest deaths. It's part of a really great season!!


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