Cartman leads a vendetta against kids with red hair and freckles, until a prank makes him think he is one of them.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Mrs. Garrison / Clyde / Mr. Foley's Youngest Son / Mr. Foley / Jimmy Valmer / Dr. Doctor / Ginger Kid #1 / News Reporter / Gary Nelson (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Butters / Mr. Foley's Eldest Son / Craig / Gordon Stoltski / Boy in Bathroom / Boy Scared of Ginger Girl / Ginger Kid #2 (voice)
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Mrs. Foley / Mr. Foley's Daughter / Liane Cartman (voice)
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Mrs. Donovan / Ginger Girl / Girl Scared of Ginger Girl (voice)
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Cartman leads a vendetta against kids with red hair and freckles, until a prank makes him think he is one of them.

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Cartman refers to Kyle as a "daywalker" in this episode due to his ability to go out in the sunlight without burning, as opposed to regular gingers who need protection from the sunlight lest they burn. This is a reference to the Blade movies whose main character is also refered to as a daywalker due to him being a vampire, but being able to be in the sunlight without burning. See more »

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Eric Cartman: [leading the "gingers" while chanting] Red Power - Red Power - Red Power - Red Power - Better red than dead - Better red than dead - Better red than dead.
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Featured in Tosh.0: Gingers Have Souls (2013) See more »

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Oh my word...
29 November 2006 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Oh my word this was one of the funniest episodes EVER.

I haven't really been watching South Park all that much lately, and i'm big enough and honest enough to admit that's because the humor is above my head.

his this episode was complex in the simplest manor, and Cartman, he knows how to twist any situation to his advantage. And as he says he has gingivitis he's not a ginger,

his desire and lengths he would go to not to be a minority as a ginger sorry a person with gingivitis is side splitting hilarious.

so with out a question Try and Matt know how to make light out of any situation, while having a moral without being to sloppy.

so this one if it has not been watched is definitely one to rent and watch, actually be like me and start at season one because there some classics in there.


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