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With Apologies to Jesse Jackson 

Stan becomes a social outcast after his father Randy says "the N-Word" on national television, but Michael Richards and Mark Furhman come to Randy's rescue.

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... Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Randy Marsh / TV Announcer / Stephen Stotch / Jesse Jackson / Dr. David Nelson / Mr. Mackey / Passerby / Taunting Child / Redneck #2 / Redneck #3 / Michael Richards / Scott / Senator #2 / Senator #4 / News Reporter (voice)
... Kyle Broflovski / Pat Sajak / Jimbo Kern / Ryan / Butters / Shop Clerk / Craig / Redneck #1 / Mark Fuhrman / Senator #1 / Senator #3 (voice)
Adrien Beard ... Token Black (voice)
B.J. McCrory ... Coyote Brown / Man in Audience #1 / Man in Audience #2 (voice) (as BJ McCrory)
... Sharon Marsh / Sensetivity Speaker / Principal Victoria (voice)
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Stan's dad becomes a social outcast for saying "the N-Word" on national television, but Michael Richards and Mark Furhman come to his rescue. And Cartman has a run-in with a little-person teaching sensitivity training at the elementary school. Written by jgp3553@yahoo.com

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Animation | Comedy

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7 March 2007 (USA)  »

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There were 42 used of the N word See more »

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During the bonus round on Wheel of Fortune, the letters provided before Randy picked his four letters (three consonants and one vowel) were "RTSL and E" and Randy ended up choosing the "N" along with his letters which he picked. In reality, Wheel of Fortune provides the letters "RSTLNE"; therefore, the "N" is already included with the letters that the game provides for the player during the bonus round. See more »

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Stan Marsh: Listen, Token, my dad isn't a racist, he's just stupid, alright? He just blurted out the N-word and it's no big deal, okay?
Token: Uh, well, actually it is kind of a big deal Stan.
Eric Cartman: Aaaaaaaahhhhhhhh...
Token: It may be a mistake, but you don't know how it feels when that word comes out. So don't say it isn't a big deal.
Eric Cartman: Oh shit, here we go! It's on! Race War! Race War! Race War! Race war's on everybody! It's going down! Shit is going down!
Stan Marsh: Token, my dad wasn't trying to be offensive, just forget about it.
Token: ...
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References Seinfeld (1989) See more »

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Down with The Sickness
by Disturbed
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I love this episode!!
8 February 2008 | by See all my reviews

I love this episode of South Park. Partially because it features Token (I love the fact that his name is Token because he is the "token" black character). Partially because it puts an interesting twist on a real issue and the rest of me loves Jesse Jackson moving his ass up and down telling Mr. Marsh to apologize...oh yeah, and the Disturbed song "Down With The Sickness" when Cartman is fighting the little person. To be totally honest, I came on here just so I could find out who did that song so I could iTune it when I get home. *guilty smile* I love when Stan tells Token that it's cool because his dad apologized to Jesse Jackson and Token was like "Jesse Jackson is not the emperor of black people!!" And Stan's like "...he told my dad he was." And what really makes that part funny is the fact that Stan seems so confused by it all. I freakin love this show and I love this episode.


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