Voice of Stan Marsh; Eric Theodore Cartman; Herbert Garrison; Officer Barbrady; Terrance; Timmy; Ned Gerblanski; Satan; Randy Ma
Voice of Kyle Broflovski; Kenny McKormick; Gerald Broflovski; Pip Pirrup; Jesus; Jimbo Kearn; Phillip; Saddam; Various Others
Voice of Jerome "Chef" McElroy
Voice of Mayor McDaniels; Liane Cartman; Mrs. McKormick; Wendy Testaburger; Shelly Marsh; Sharon Marsh; Various Others [ episode
Voice of Sheila Broflovski; Linda Stotch; Various Others [ episode 50+ ]
Voice of Unknown
Voice of Token / Token's Dad
Factual error: Token is shown to have a copy of the movie The Lion King on DVD. The Lion King was not first released on DVD until 2003, two years after this episode's original airing.
Stan says that everyone rips on Kyle for being Jewish but only Cartman does.
Cartman is always critizing Kenny for being "poor." Yet, he is seen going into the welfare office with his mother.
Though it would kind of screw up the underlying message, it's kind of weird that not one of the millionaires told a successful Caucasian, Hispanic or Asian person about South Park.
Isn't Kyle's family supposed to be pretty well off? How come they're portrayed as one of the "poor" families?
Token: (singing) Why can't I be like all the other kids, they all have three bedroom homes, and broken trucks on their lawns, and cut up hotdogs for lunch. It's not my fault my parents succeed so much. There's no one in town I can relate to, I play with autographed baseball bats while everyone else just plays with sticks and pinecones. Has a boy ever felt so alone. Well who needs them anyway, I won't pretend I'm something I'm not. If I can't be poor, I've got to deal with what i've got. If I can't be like them, what I need is more rich kids around, so I'm not the only one and then I won't be so down. Please God... send more rich kids... to my town.
Mr. Garrison: (to Mrs. Jane Smith) Yeah, that's right cash tucker! Have fun with your two-million dollar house!
Mr. Garrison: Now we can sell all their homes and become millionares.
Jimbo: But then you had us all do all that for nothing, don't you see if you get rich selling these homes then there'd still be rich people in South Park.
Randy Marsh: Yeah, you'll become what you hate.
Mr. Garrison:........Yeah but at least I got rid of all those damn ni[South Park ending theme]
Stan: Just because we rip on you for being rich doesn't mean we don't like you.
Kyle: Yeah we're guys dude; we find something about all our friends to rip on. We make fun of you for being rich like we rip on Butters for acting wimpy.
Butters: They sure do.
Stan: Yeah and like we rip on Kyle for being a Jew.
Kyle: And Stan for being in love with Wendy.
Stan: Yeah I get it for that.
Kyle: And Cartman for being fat.
Cartman: Uh huh.
Kyle: And Cartman for being stupid.
Kyle: And Cartman for having a whore for a mom.
Kyle: And Cartman for being a sadistic asshole.
Cartman: Ay!! You did me already.
Token: You're right guys, for now on I'm find for being made fun of for being rich.
Stan: Oh we're not going to rip on you for being rich anymore.
Token: You're not?
Kyle: No dude, since you got your feelings so hurt for being ripped on, now we think you're a pussy.
Stan: Yeah now you're a pussy, pussaholic.
Kyle: Come on nurse Token we're going to play football ya puss.
Butters: Yeah what a pussy.
Craig: Yeah that guy's a pussy.
Cartman: I'll make you eat your parents.
Ms. Choksondik: What did you say?
Jimbo: How many rich people does it take to screw in a light bulb? None! They can hire someone to screw it in for them!
King Lion: We lions love jokes. Before you join our cult, you must pull my thorn. Come on, pull my thorn.
(Token pulls it and the lion farts]
Rich Kid: Remember - it doesn't matter who wins. It matters who wins three times in a row.
This is the only episode to be centered around Token.
This episode marks Ned's last speaking appearance. He still appears in crowds and with Jimbo though.
Originally, Trey and Matt were gonna make the ending, with the "Ni....," a cliffhanger to the next episode, in which he'd just be like "GERRR!" at a random point in time.
We never see how Kenny dies, instead, we just see him dead on the ground.
When Cartman says to Ms. Choksondik "I'll make you eat your parents", that's a reference to the end of "Scott Tenorman Must Die".
At J-mart, Mrs. Brovlovski mentions that Token's parents can afford to shop at Cherry Creek. Cherry Creek is the name of an upscale shopping mall in Denver.
There Goes The Neighborhood:
The title is a reference to the phrase, "There Goes the Neighborhood," which is used when a person of a new ethnic group moves into a neighborhood and the racist neighbors are restless.
Men In Black:
Behind Will Smith when he tells his kids about South Park, a wall is shown with a movie poster readin "Men In Dark Suits". It's a parody title to the 1997 movie Men in Black, the movie Will Smith starred in.
Obviously the store the boys get their clothes at: "J-Mart" is an allusion of K-Mart.
Million Man March:
The Million Millionaire March is a play on title of "The Million Man March," a famous rally for equality that occured in Washington, D.C. on October 16, 1995.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe:
The King Lion, Aslan, is taken from C.S. Lewis' book "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe."
Also, the lion's appearance and voice are very similar to Aslan's portrayal in the animated movie based on the story.
The campaign of the townspeople against the rich residents mirrors the terror campaign the Ku Klux Klan waged against African Americans in the south, such as the burning cross and the white robes.
The bus segregation reflects the situation in Montgomery, Alabama in the 1950s, culminating in the arrest of Rosa Parks and the bus boycott.
Aslan: Pull my thorn.
This refers to "Androcles and the Lion" a fable by Aesop, about a man who helps a lion by pulling a thorn out of its paw.
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