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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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Heidi Turner (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 meanial 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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HUMBLE.
Performed by Trey Parker and Matt Stone
Written by Kendrick Lamar, Mike Will Made It and A. Hogan
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South Park has always been political
16 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

One complain I hear too often regarding newer South Park episodes is that it's "gotten political" or "choosing sides", and this episode is no exception. That analysis couldn't be missing the mark by a wider margin. South Park never shied away from confronting audience groups, and I can happily say they stuck to their guns in "White People Renovating Houses". It's not by any means without it's flaws, as some of the social commentary gets a bit muddled up, and the Heidi/Cartman subplot does seem rushed to meet the 20 minutes mark, but it still is a quality episode. The only people who don't realize this seem to be the ones they mocked, but that's probably to expect with South Park.


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