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Medicinal Fried Chicken 

Randy deliberately gets testicular cancer so that he can receive a medicinal marijuana prescription, while Cartman becomes a black market KFC dealer when all of the restaurants are shut down for being unhealthy.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Soccer Coach / Randy Marsh / Dr. Doctor / Removal Man #1 / Removal Man #2 / Billy Miller / Teabag / Officer Barbrady / Player #1 / Player #2 / Colonel Sanders / Man in Crowd #1 / Man in Crowd #3 / Boy / Shooter (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Marijuana Customer / Marijuana Store Clerk / Jimbo Kern / Tommy / Nelson / Man in Crowd #2 / Kevin (voice)
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Woman #2 / Mrs. Miller (voice)
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Liane Cartman / Fran / Sharon Marsh / Travis's Wife / Nurse / Woman #1 / Woman #3 / Woman #4 (voice)
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Randy deliberately gets testicular cancer so that he can receive a medicinal marijuana prescription, while Cartman becomes a black market KFC dealer when all of the restaurants are shut down for being unhealthy.

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Randy Marsh: The doctor made you a souvenir.
Sharon Marsh: Oh Randy, I love it!
Randy Marsh: And when it gets cold, it shrinks.
Woman #1: Sharon, you got a scrotum coat?
Sharon Marsh: Yep.
Woman #1: Lucky!
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Chicken on the Rocks
by Jean-Jacques Perrey (uncredited)
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12 February 2015 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

This is one of the best South Park episodes. The references are great. The comparison between unhealthy food and drugs. The consequences of prohibitions, people will go under any circumstances to achieve their desires, also, they will abuse of laws in order to obtain their drugs. Also the innocent victims of the drug war, a war made with the only purpose of prohibit something that must be a right to persons to consume. The ridicule of some law, especially the ones about legal medicinal marijuana. Seriously, one of the best South Partk Episodes. It criticizes everything about the war against drugs. As always south park satire makes everything a lot easer to understand.


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