[S11E1] That Was Then This Is Now
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Randy Marsh has achieved the bonus round on Wheel of Fortune. The episode is airing live, with his family in the audience and the South Park residents watching from home. Randy is given the category \"People Who Annoy You\", and supplied with letters, and proceeds to add more, at which point the puzzle spells \"N_GGERS\". Randy is given ten seconds to solve the puzzle but hesitates due to its likely pejorative content. However, when host Pat Sajak tells Randy that he has only five seconds remaining, Randy yells the assumed answer: \"niggers\", which stuns the audience, those watching at home, and enrages the African-American audience members; the correct answer is then revealed to be \"naggers\" (the A is rolled up rather than being lit up like the other letters). On the car ride home, Randy awkwardly tries to explain himself, Sharon is disgusted and Stan is beyond humiliated.
Stan goes to school the next day. Cartman confronts him, saying that Token will be mad at him for his father's actions. Stan goes to Token to try and explain, saying his father isn't racist but is just \"stupid\". Cartman, seeing an opportunity to incite conflict, tries to get the two into a \"race war\". Instead of fighting, Token leaves. Cartman sees this as forfeit, and runs away screaming \"Whites win!\"
Back home, Nelson forfeits to Cartman, but as Cartman gloats, Nelson rises and kicks Cartman to the ground. However, Cartman remains unfazed and continues to laugh. An angered Nelson departs, saying he 'proved' his point, which the students have long forgotten. It is then that Stan understands that he doesn't get it, and he never will because he isn't Black. He confesses to Token, which was what he was looking to hear all along, and they reconcile.
The Parents Television Council 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. The episode received about 2.8 million viewers.
32:05 Emily: Yeah. The general problem of unpaid labor in academia coming down to a fellowship recipient. Absolutely. And the final kind of point that I wanted to bring up is just the very, very simple financial solution of pay higher stipends pay, bigger fellowships, just pay people more. Would you like to add anything on this issue as a general solution Just give a higher stipend.
While police are sent to locate the second set of remains, Dr. Turner comes to the Nyall home to gently confront Marigold with the facts. Marigold was delivered via c-section and her mother had a hysterectomy immediately after to save her life. She could have no more children after that. At this point, Miss Nyall admits she gave birth to the babies and hid their bodies.
Marigold is taken to the police station to be interviewed under caution. Nurse Crane is allowed to stay with her while they await the solicitor. Miss Nyall reveals she had a boy first in October 1936. She speaks of the rumors about the King and Wallace Simpson and the plight of fallen women. She admits she had an affair with a married man who took advantage of her for years. Most importantly she reveals that both her son and daughter were stillborn. DS Burrow decides at this juncture to have Marigold examined by a psychiatrist.
The girls hold a mock interview which Sharon manages to pass. Later, Tracey comes across Garth at a Gentleman's Club, who laments that he has now gotten the short end of life. Sharon is offered a job... as another dinner lady. It is then that Tracey reveals about Dorien's plan. Pissed, Sharon puts Dorien's face into the cake that had been made for her.
Tropes In This Episode: Alliterative Name: Dorien descirbes her lipstick as being \"Porno Pink\". Bad Boss: Sharon's new boss according to her:Sharon: Well, you won't want my job, mate. I work for a 19-year-old who makes Kim Jong-un look like Simon Cowell. Bait-and-Switch: Sharon initially seems to be describing Kim Jong-un in the opening minutes of the episode, until she reveals that he runs The X Factor, revealing that she's actually talking about Simon Cowell. Book Dumb: It's revealed that despite the fact that Sharon and education do not mix, Sharon is considered to be a genius. Brief Accent Imitation: Sharon puts on a posh accent when bemoaning her failure to get a supervisor job she had been hoping to get. Sharon briefly uses Sean Connery's accent (poorly) when considering the idea that she could be a spy. Family-Friendly Stripper: Garth goes to a stripper's club, which does have one stripper pole-dancing, but absolutely no exposed tops at all. Food Slap: After Sharon learns of Dorien's plan, she is so pissed that she shoves Dorien's face into the cake which had been prepared for her. The Ghost: Keeley, who gets the supervisor job over Sharon. Gratuitous Italian: Both Celine and Dorien (seemingly) end the video conversation relating to Dorien writing spy novels with a \"Ciao\". Happy Ending Override: In the last series, Garth had gotten a successful pop-up restaurant off the ground. Whilst the last episode had established that his girlfriend had left him, this episode goes on to reveal that his restaurant didn't last long before going bust. Improbably Low I.Q.: Garth manages to get an I.Q. of 17 from his I.Q. test. My God, You Are Serious!: When Tracey asks if she can help with Travis' psychology project, he laughs her off... until he realizes that she's being serious. The Name Is Bond, James Bond: Sharon during her mock interview, in a Shout-Out to James Bond.Sharon: The name's Theodopolopodos. Sharon Theodopolopodos. Nature Versus Nurture: This forms the basis of Travis' project. He concludes that, yes, a poor upbringing can indeed have a negative impact on a person's potential, even if they have a high IQ. Noodle Incident: Dorien mentions having been dangled upside down by her ankles quite recently. Apparently, the headmaster threw a brick at Sharon on her last day of school. One-Shot Character: Celine and Lucy. Pop-Culture Pun Episode Title: The title is a riff on the movie There's Something About Mary. Recognition Failure: Tracey has no idea who Kim Jong-un is and has to be told about it by Sharon, although the wording suggests that she might have actually been inquiring about Simon Cowell. Revealing Reflection: During Sharon's mock interview, Travis tries to scare her by going behind her and popping a balloon. However, Sharon saw him coming through Tracey's glasses and catches him before he could do so. Right Behind Me: Dorien has a video conversation with Celine relating to creating spy novels, although Dorien doesn't want to. At the end, she forgets to turn off the video chat and ends up calling her a woman who wouldn't know literary if it had bitten her on the backside right in front of her. Stealing from the Till: Sharon briefly mentions how she and Fat Angela have a system for nicking stuff at World of Quid, never quite realizing that it's wrong to do so. Strange Minds Think Alike: Somehow, both Tracey and MI-5 ask the same question involving breaking the news of a dead cow to a farmer during both's interviews. Teens Are Monsters: Sharon's new boss, a 19-year-old who apparently makes Kim Jong-un look like Simon Cowell.
It's a reunion of sorts at our neighborhood bar this week. Andy Andy is back looking for Diane, Maggie is back looking for Cliff and Lilith is just plain looking around at other options. All that plus some great guest stars from Revenge of the Nerds and Frasier fame. Grab a seat at the bar, tell a good knock-knock joke and enjoy \"Do Not Forsake Me, O' My Postman\" and \"Teaching with the Enemy\"! (S11E5 starts 18:15 / S11E6 starts 33:30)
Our iconic ensemble cast is humming on all cylinders with this batch of epsides. Low self esteem field trips, furnance repairs, Elvis' birthday, Woody's 2nd job at the graveyard and a tragic turn with Sammys' hair. All that plus John Allen Hill in a wig, Rebecca in a wall and Woody curled up on the floor with the rug. So grab yourself some food from the engagement party and enjoy \"Don't Shoot...I'm Only the Psychiatrist\" and \"No Rest for the Woody\"! (S10E13 starts 12:55 / S10E14 starts 43:05)
LIfe and death issues are forefront on the minds of our favorite Cheers patrons. Frasier and Lilith are trying to hammer out the details of Frasier's will without causing him a panic attack while Sam and Rebecca continue their quest to bring a new life into this world. Thankfully one of these storylines will end, never to be heard of again. All that plus we find out what truly gross and disgusting thing will cause Norm not to finish a beer. Grab some things from the honor bar and enjoy \"I'm Ok, You're Defective\" and \"Go Make\"! (S10E11 starts 10:50 / S10E12 starts 33:40)
John Allen Hill and Sam are back at it again, this time over the dumpsters. So Sam brings in the big gun known as Carla to take down his nemisis. But the collateral damage from the mission is not what Sam thinks. Plus on another battlefront, Henri and Woody clash over marrying Kelly. All that plus Frasier embraces alternative medicies, at least to a point. So cheer on Cliff reenacting the first postal delivery in Boston, warm up that oil and enjoy \"Head Over Hill\" and \"A Fine French Whine\"! (S10E9 starts 14:25 / S10E10 starts 33:45)
We have bar wars, halloween costumes, a Boston Celtic legend and Cliff in a speedo. If you can't find comedy gold in that, then we just can't help you here at Cheers Weekly. So go find Norm a birthday present, dress up in your favorite Dante Gabriel Rossetti costume and enjoy \"Bar Wars V: The Final Judgment\" and \"Where Have All The Floorboards Gone\" (S10E7 starts 12:15 / S10E8 starts 36:35) 59ce067264