South Park, the infamous, animated sitcom that covers the lives of a group of fourth graders from Colorado has been on TV since 1997. The show has covered infamous leaders such as Suddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden, but has found a new enemy: China. The provocative show has been banned entirely in China after its latest episode titled “Band in China” attacked China for its censorship of American media markets. The show was even displayed on the streets of Hong Kong on projectors for people to watch.
Here are the best lines from the now Chinese-banned episode, Band in China:
1.“We can grow our family business by selling Tegridy (weed) to the Chinese” – Randy Marsh to his family
2. “I had the idea of selling to the Chinese 3 days ago. You get a good idea and everyone tries to copy you.” – Randy Marsh to an executive on a flight to China
3.“Winne the Pooh is illegal in China because some students in China said he looked like the Chinese President.” – Record Producer to kids during meeting
4. “You know what they say, you gotta lower your ideals of Freedom, if you want to suck on the warm teet of China.” – Record Producer to kids during meeting
5. “You seem to treat your people like dirt. You don’t believe in any individual freedoms. You’ve got Winnie the Pooh and Piglet in jail…comon China!” – Randy Marsh to Chinese officials during Trial
6. “Listen guys, we just got word from the Chinese sensors saying we can’t mention organ transplants. Also, no homosexuality.” – Record Producer to Kids during a movie shoot
7. “You are a fat diabetic bear, and if the Chinese don’t want you then I don’t either.” – Mickey Mouse to Winnie the Pooh
8. “Now I know how all the writers in Hollywood feel.” – Stan Marsh after being censored by Chinese official
9. “We live in a time where the only movies us American kids go see is one’s approved by China.” – Stan Marsh to his friends
10. “I want to be proud of who we are, and anybody who would betray their ideals just to make money in China isn’t worth a lick of spit.” – Stan Marsh to Chinese officials during Movie Shoot
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