: When Stan tells Token that Randy apologized to Jesse Jackson, so everything is all right, Token angrily tells him that "Jesse Jackson is not the emperor of black people!" (Author rj211) It is then that Stan understands that he doesn't get it. He goes to Token to try and explain, saying his father isn't racist but is just "stupid". Watch South Park "With Apologies to Jesse JacksOnline Stream. Stan once again confronts Token, but this time to say he understands how Token feels about the N-word after how he saw Cartman laugh at Dr. Nelson. Michael Richards had shouted racial remarks deemed to have hatred behind it at audience members, as opposed to an ironic, though perhaps still controversial, response to their heckling. Back at school, Dr. Nelson talks to Principal Victoria and Mr. Mackey about Cartman and asks them to have him meet with him. The school, in light of the recent events, hires a smart man and author, who has dwarfism, called Dr. David Nelson who goes from school to school to talk to students about sensitivity, telling them that words are harmless. Still mad, Token says that he does not really think Stan understands. Token, instead of fighting, walks away. But when host Pat Sajak tells Randy that he has only five seconds remaining, he accidentally yells out "Niggers," which shocks fans, as well as his family and friends watching at home, and also enrages the African-American audience members. Episode 1101 - With Apologies to Jesse Jackson Cast: Stan Kyle Cartman Token Butters Craig Principal Victoria Mr. Mackey Randy and Sharon Marsh Steven Stotch Jimbo Kern Announcer Pat Sajak Jesse Jackson Brian, Jesse Jackson's cameraman Laugh Factory Comedian Man 2, at the Laugh Factory Man 3, on the sidewalk Black Man in convention audience Report. [2] In the episode's DVD commentary, they noted that it was clear from the video of Richards that he had significant problems, but that they really felt contempt for him when he apologized to civil rights leader Jesse Jackson. And.. Post your Comments or Review S11 • E1. Do you agree with our review? Jesse Jackson: Apologize. Randy Marsh is on Wheel of Fortune, and has made it to the bonus round for a chance to win $30,000. Stan attempts to understand the epithet's impact on his black friend Token. Want to let people know what you thought? Randy uses the "N" word on live TV and faces public ridicule for it and Stan tries to understand Token's feelings on the subject. Guardian Nigeria. Search, discover and share your favorite GIFs. "[1], They created the idea of using the epithet to apply to whites only, which was when the rest of the episode began to germinate. Before the fight, Kyle warns Cartman that Dr. Nelson is a karate black belt. When Cartman comes in though, all he can do is laugh and make fun of him. Enjoy! BCDB Rating: "With Apologies To Jesse Jackson" has not yet received enough votes to be rated. South African govt apologies to Buhari. TVTropes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Edit. Please sign and date your posts by typing four tildes ( ~~~~). Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from thestaff@tvtropes.org. ... 3:01. "Or make your feelings known on the IGN Message Boards. "With Apologies to Jesse Jackson" was released on DVD along with the rest of the eleventh season on August 12, 2008. With Apologies to Jesse Jackson Randy uses the "N" word on live TV and faces public ridicule for it and Stan tries to understand Token's feelings on the subject. Randy does so and a picture is taken, which is then put into the news. Token's line about Jesse Jackson not being "the emperor of black people" was actually Trey Parker's reaction to Richards' looking to Jackson for a seal of approval for his public apology. Back in the park, Dr. Nelson gives up after being pinned by Cartman, who forces him to submit by saying "Uncle" and "Carol Anne, don't go into the light". I'll ahh... [genuflects] Let's see here uh... Jesse Jackson: On the car ride back home, Sharon is extremely disgusted with Randy for saying the N-word on live television. 21:57. As noted above, the episode compares the social reaction to prejudice against blacks, to prejudice against other groups, and shows the hypocrisy in public response being outrage vs. indifference. [4] The PTC named this episode, along with the episode of The Sarah Silverman Program that aired right after this episode, the "Worst Cable Content of the Week" in its campaign for cable choice. South Park. Find the exact moment in a TV show, movie, or music video you want to share. Cartman sees this as a forfeit, and also runs away screaming "Whites Win! With Apologies to Jesse Jackson attracted little media attention, with the NAACP praising it and calling it a "good example of educating the public on the power of hate words (including the n-word) and their impact on individuals". World Rugby. Take That! The episode is rated TV-MA. The correct answer is then revealed to be "naggers". 03/07/2007. [2] While they felt the Randy A story was excellent, they wanted to have a B story involving the boys. Meanwhile, in further attempts to clear his name, Randy opens up the Randy Marsh African American Scholarship Foundation.

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