10 'South Park' Insults That (Maybe) Went Too Far

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10 'South Park' Insults That (Maybe) Went Too Far

South Park has always been known for pushing boundaries with its crude humor, but some of the insults went too far. In the episode "The Redskins Story," Stan refers to Chef as a "nigger". This is not only offensive but inaccurate because Chef is black, not Native American. In another episode, Cartman calls Kyle a "dirty Jew," which is also anti-Semitic. These slurs are hurtful and should not have been included in the show.

South Park is an American animated sitcom created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. The show is set in the fictional town of South Park, Colorado, and lampoons a wide range of topics. On December 3, 2014, the show's eighteenth season began airing on Comedy Central. As expected, the new episodes contain their fair share of insults aimed at various individuals and groups. In this article, Cracked will provide a sampling of some of the most recent insults South Park has directed at its viewers. Spoiler alert: many of these are vulgar and offensive. Bear that in mind before reading any further. You have been warned!

COMEDY NERD GRACKED.COM CHEF'S DEATH EPISODE SOUTH PARK When Isaac Hayes, the voice actor for Chef, left the show due to their views on Scientology and his belonging to the Church of Scientology, the show used old voice clips to make an episode where Chef becomes a child molester and is brutally killed after being brainwashed by a similar group. A little petty, a little using his voice without permission, a little distasteful.

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