There's a new girl in school and she's black, so Cartman instantly assumes Token wants her, but when Token doesn't seem interested, Eric sets up an elaborate scheme to put the two together.

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Eric Cartman / Stan Marsh / Jimmy Valmer / Clyde Donnovan / Mr. Garrison / Cupid Me / Nichole's Father / Stacy Muleberg / Guy in Laxative Commercial / Basketball Announcer (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Butters Stotch / Craig Tucker / TV Announcer / Guard (voice)
Mona Marshall ...
Red / Jenny Simon / Nichole's Mom (voice)
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Wendy Testaburger / Lola / Liane Cartman (voice)
Adrien Beard ...
Token Black (voice)
Jennifer Howell ...
Bebe Stevens (voice)
Laylo Incognegro ...
Nichole (voice)
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There's a new girl in school and she's black, so Cartman instantly assumes Token wants her, but when Token doesn't seem interested, Eric sets up an elaborate scheme to put the two together.

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One of the few episodes of South Park where a celebrity was asked to voice themselves. See more »

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Eric Cartman: There's something you should probably know. Man, this is hard. Um, the thing is, me and Kyle are kind of, you know, together.
[trying to stir Nicole away from Kyle, whom she has a crush on]
Nichole: Ooohhh.
Eric Cartman: Yeah, he's my man. I'm more out than Kyle is, but it sucks because he acts like we're not a couple at school because he's embarrassed, but when we get home and he's the best boyfriend I've ever had.
Nichole: Wow, I'm sorry. I totally respect that. Hey, thanks a lot for telling me.
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References Batman (1966) See more »

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Written by Gary Baker and Frank J. Myers
Performed by Trey Parker and Brad Paisley
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It was okay, Mkay...
24 July 2012 | by (South Park, Colorado, United States) – See all my reviews

Eric is an evil, vicious, angry, and insane child, and in this episode it is no doubt. Even though he found Token a girlfriend, the truth is that the new girl Nichole initially liked Kyle Broflovski, Eric's "frienemy". Additionally, Eric is racist and stereotypes almost everyone he sees, and because Nichole is an African American, this is why he thinks she should be with Token. As for the episode itself,it was okay M'kay.However, I only watched it because of Eric and if it weren't for him acting as a gay couple with Kyle, this episode would not be as funny M'kay. Now I know people would disagree with me, M'kay but its true since the episode "Royal Pudding" was criticized for not having Eric in it and the only funny parts was when I raged about the crappy school play, and Scott being a dick.


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