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White People Renovating Houses 

Randy comes to grips with what it means to be white in today's society.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Randy Marsh / Clyde Donovan / Jimmy Valmer / Additional voices (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Butters Stotch / Additional voices (voice)
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Sharon Marsh / Liane Cartman (voice)
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Ike Broflovski (voice)
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Randy comes to grips with what it means to be white in today's society.

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13 September 2017 (USA)  »

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This episode parodies bits of the infamous "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville that occurred in August of 2017. Instead of protesting PC culture trying to "replace" them, the rednecks protest about all the menial jobs being taken by machines. The episode also parodies home-flipping television shows that are popular on HGTV and DYI. See more »

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Performed by Trey Parker and Matt Stone
Written by Kendrick Lamar, Mike Will Made It and A. Hogan
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Weak opening to season 21
14 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

Remember when South Park was (usually) really funny? If "White People Renovating Houses" is the A-material for season 21, then I don't have much hope for the show. The loud, obnoxious renovating-Randy shtick got old fast and the 'twist' when he shows up at Darryl's didn't add much to the episode. The opening, with the boys laughing uproariously as they get the "personal assistant" Alexa to repeat outrageously vulgar things, was vintage South Park, but the story-arc about Eric and Heidi was getting tedious last season so I, like Cartman, was displeased to see her at the door. The riff on Confederate flag wavers was neither as funny nor as clever as season 4's "Chef Goes Nanners", in which Chef takes on Jimbo, Ned and other town rednecks over the incredibly offensive South Park municipal flag. Now, that was funny…and 17 years ago. Parker and Stone are talented guys – hopefully WPRH was a blip and there's good stuff coming down the pike.


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