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* MistakenForRacist: Inverted when the townspeople trying several things that could be seen as racist (burning "lowercase Ts" for "Time to leave", dressing like "ghosts" that more than resemble KKK members) to get the rich people to leave, but the "richers" all [[StrangeMindsThinkAlike see these as exactly what they were intended to be]].

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* MistakenForRacist: Inverted when the townspeople trying several things that could be seen as racist (burning "lowercase Ts" for "Time to leave", dressing like "ghosts" that more than resemble KKK members) members[[note]]South Park already has/had [[Recap/SouthParkS4E7ChefGoesNanners an active branch of the Klan]].[[/note]]) to get the rich people to leave, but the "richers" all [[StrangeMindsThinkAlike see these as exactly what they were intended to be]].


'''Air date''': November 28, 2001

Rich, black families move into the predominantly white South Park, prompting the locals to be prejudiced against them for their wealth.

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'''Air date''': '''Original airdate''': November 28, 2001

Rich, black families move into Saddened at being the predominantly white sole rich kid in South Park, prompting Token arranges for dozens of wealthy families to relocate, which earns the locals to be prejudiced against them for their wealth. ire of the largely lower-class[[note]](and white)[[/note]] townspeople.



* CallBack: When Ms. Choksondik gives Cartman a check-minus, he mutters "[[Recap/SouthParkS5E4ScottTenormanMustDie I'll make you eat your parents.]]"
* CurseCutShort: After the rich people leave, Mr. Garrison states they can now become rich themselves by selling the homes only for the others to point out that what they did was meaningless since there will still be rich people in South Park, and he'd [[YouAreWhatYouHate become the very thing he hates]]. Garrison responds, "Well, at least we got rid of those damn nió" ([[InterruptedByTheEnd cue credits]]).

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* CallBack: When Ms. Choksondik gives Cartman a check-minus, he mutters "[[Recap/SouthParkS5E4ScottTenormanMustDie I'll [[Recap/SouthParkS5E4ScottTenormanMustDie "I'll make you eat your parents.]]"
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* CurseCutShort: After the rich people leave, Mr. Garrison states they can now become rich themselves by selling the homes only for the others to point out that what they did was meaningless since there will still be rich people in South Park, and he'd [[YouAreWhatYouHate become the very thing he hates]]. Garrison responds, "Well, at least we got rid of those damn nió" ([[InterruptedByTheEnd (''[[InterruptedByTheEnd cue credits]]).credits]]'').



* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: The entire joke of the episode is South Park's mostly poor and white residents saying and doing intolerant things towards their new black and rich residents out of resentment to their wealth that just ''happen'' to resemble racism towards black people. [[spoiler:Then {{Double Subver|sion}}ted by Garrison's CurseCutShort.]]

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: The entire joke of the episode is South Park's mostly poor and white residents saying and doing intolerant things towards their new black and rich residents out of resentment to their wealth that just ''happen'' to resemble racism towards black Black people. [[spoiler:Then {{Double Subver|sion}}ted by Garrison's CurseCutShort.]]



* FantasticSlurs: The people of South Park refer to the rich people as "richers" and "cash chuckers."
* FictionalCounterpart: J-Mart. South Park would get it's first K-Mart years later.

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* FantasticSlurs: The people of South Park refer to the rich people as "richers" and "cash chuckers."
chuckers".
* FictionalCounterpart: J-Mart. South Park would get it's its first K-Mart Wal-Mart [[Recap/SouthParkS8E9SomethingWallMartThisWayComes years later.later]].



* JerkassHasAPoint: While the real reason Cartman got a bad grade was that he forgot about the class assignment and made a poorly constructed project at the last minute, he's right that the only reason Token was able to make his impressive weather projections project was because his family's wealth gave his access to expensive technology such as a projector and laptop computer.

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* JerkassHasAPoint: While the real reason Cartman got a bad grade was that he forgot about the class assignment and made a poorly constructed project at the last minute, he's right that the only reason Token was able to make his impressive weather projections project was because his family's wealth gave his access to expensive technology such as a projector and laptop computer.laptop.



* NonStandardCharacterDesign: Aslan the lion is animated like he was in the 1979 AnimatedAdaptation of ''Literature/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe''.

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* NonStandardCharacterDesign: Aslan the lion is animated like he was in the 1979 AnimatedAdaptation style of ''Literature/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe''.the [[WesternAnimation/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe1979 1979]] ''Literature/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe'' AnimatedAdaptation.


-->'''Jimbo:''' I remember back in the day, rich folk weren't allowed in South Park! Now thery're movin' here in droves!\\

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-->'''Jimbo:''' I remember back in the day, rich folk weren't allowed in South Park! Now thery're they're movin' here in droves!\\

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* CallBack: When Ms. Choksondik gives Cartman a check-minus, he mutters "[[Recap/SouthParkS5E4ScottTenormanMustDie I'll make you eat your parents.]]"


Rich, black families move into the predominantly white South Park, prompting the locals to be prejudiced against them for being different.

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Rich, black families move into the predominantly white South Park, prompting the locals to be prejudiced against them for being different.their wealth.


* CurseCutShort: After the rich people leave, Mr. Garrison states they can now become rich themselves by selling the homes only for the others to point out that what they did was meaningless since there will still be rich people in South Park, and he'd [[YouAreWhatYouHate become the very thing he hates]]. Garrison responds, "Well, at least we got rid of those damn nió" (cue credits).

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* CurseCutShort: After the rich people leave, Mr. Garrison states they can now become rich themselves by selling the homes only for the others to point out that what they did was meaningless since there will still be rich people in South Park, and he'd [[YouAreWhatYouHate become the very thing he hates]]. Garrison responds, "Well, at least we got rid of those damn nió" (cue credits).([[InterruptedByTheEnd cue credits]]).



* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: The entire joke of the episode is South Park's mostly poor and white residents saying and doing intolerant things towards their new black and rich residents out of resentment to their wealth that just ''happen'' to resemble racism towards black people. [[spoiler:Then DoubleSubverted by Garison's CurseCutShort]].

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: The entire joke of the episode is South Park's mostly poor and white residents saying and doing intolerant things towards their new black and rich residents out of resentment to their wealth that just ''happen'' to resemble racism towards black people. [[spoiler:Then DoubleSubverted {{Double Subver|sion}}ted by Garison's CurseCutShort]].Garrison's CurseCutShort.]]



* FantasticSlur: The people of South Park refer to the rich people as "richers" and "cash chuckers."

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* FantasticSlur: FantasticSlurs: The people of South Park refer to the rich people as "richers" and "cash chuckers."


* VitriolicBestBuds: Discussed. At the end of the episode, the boys explain to Token that sure, they rip on him for being rich, but that's because they rip on ''everyone'', even their own friends. They rip on Kenny for being poor, they rip on Kyle for beng Jewish, they rip on Stan for going out with a girl, they rip on Cartman for being stupid, they rip on Cartman for being fat, and [[RuleOfThree they rip on Cartman for having a crack whore for a mom]]...and they're now going to rip on Token for being a pussy since he couldn't take the previous insults.

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* VitriolicBestBuds: Discussed. At the end of the episode, the boys explain to Token that sure, they rip on him for being rich, but that's because they rip on ''everyone'', even their own friends. They rip on Kenny for being poor, they rip on Kyle for beng Jewish, they rip on Stan for going out with a girl, they rip on Cartman for being stupid, they rip on Cartman for being fat, and [[RuleOfThree they rip on Cartman for having a crack whore for a mom]]...mom, [[OverlyLongGag and they rip on Cartman for being a sadistic asshole]]...and they're now going to rip on Token for being a pussy since he couldn't take the previous insults.


* FantasticSlur: The people of South Park refer to the rich people as "richers" and "cash chuckers."



* HeWhoFightsMonsters: Discussed. After scaring off the rich folk, Mr. Garrison then suggests they sell off their now abandoned mansions and become rich themselves. The rest of the adults refuse this, lest they become rich like the people they hated.



* {{Unishment}}: The one instance where the exclusionary methods proved to be this was when poor people at the back of a bus object to Creator/BillCosby and his kids sitting down next to them, and the passengers make them sit in the front in much more comfortable chairs. They obey, and then a passenger tries to taunt Cosby by sarcastically remarking how pleasant it must be sitting up there - only for Cosby to sincerely tell him that, yes, in fact, it is.

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* UpperClassTwit: The rich children are a snobby and elitist bunch who play typical "upper class" games like polo and find snowball fights barbaric. It's for this reason why the more down-to-earth Token finds he can't fit in with them despite coming from a rich family as well.
* {{Unishment}}: The one instance where the exclusionary methods proved to be this was when poor people at the back of a bus object to Creator/BillCosby and his kids sitting down next to them, and the passengers make them sit in the front in much more comfortable chairs. They obey, and then a passenger tries to taunt Cosby by sarcastically remarking how pleasant it must be sitting up there - only for Cosby to sincerely tell him that, yes, in fact, it is.is.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Discussed. At the end of the episode, the boys explain to Token that sure, they rip on him for being rich, but that's because they rip on ''everyone'', even their own friends. They rip on Kenny for being poor, they rip on Kyle for beng Jewish, they rip on Stan for going out with a girl, they rip on Cartman for being stupid, they rip on Cartman for being fat, and [[RuleOfThree they rip on Cartman for having a crack whore for a mom]]...and they're now going to rip on Token for being a pussy since he couldn't take the previous insults.


* CurseCutShort: After the rich people leave, Mr. Garrison states they can now become rich themselves by selling the homes only for the others to point out that what they did was meaningless since there will still be rich people. Garrison responds, "Well, at least we got rid of those damn nió".

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* CurseCutShort: After the rich people leave, Mr. Garrison states they can now become rich themselves by selling the homes only for the others to point out that what they did was meaningless since there will still be rich people. people in South Park, and he'd [[YouAreWhatYouHate become the very thing he hates]]. Garrison responds, "Well, at least we got rid of those damn nió".nió" (cue credits).

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* OnlySaneMan: Inverted. Once the rich people flee town and Mr. Garrison proposes they sell their houses to become rich themselves, the other men wisely point out that doing so would mean there were still rich people in South Park and they would become the very thing they hated.
* StrangeMindsThinkAlike: When the townspeople do things like burning "lowercase Ts" for "Time to leave", the rich people see them exactly as they were intended.

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* JerkassHasAPoint: While the real reason Cartman got a bad grade was that he forgot about the class assignment and made a poorly constructed project at the last minute, he's right that the only reason Token was able to make his impressive weather projections project was because his family's wealth gave his access to expensive technology such as a projector and laptop computer.


* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything:

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: The entire joke of the episode is South Park's mostly poor and white residents saying and doing intolerant things towards their new black and rich residents out of resentment to their wealth that just ''happen'' to resemble racism towards black people. [[spoiler:Then DoubleSubverted by Garison's CurseCutShort]].

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'''Air date''': November 28, 2001

Rich, black families move into the predominantly white South Park, prompting the locals to be prejudiced against them for being different.
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!"Here Comes the Neighborhood" contains examples of:
* CurseCutShort: After the rich people leave, Mr. Garrison states they can now become rich themselves by selling the homes only for the others to point out that what they did was meaningless since there will still be rich people. Garrison responds, "Well, at least we got rid of those damn nió".
* ADayInTheLimelight: The episode is about Token and his reaction to being teased for being rich.
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything:
-->'''Jimbo:''' I remember back in the day, rich folk weren't allowed in South Park! Now thery're movin' here in droves!\\
'''Skeeter:''' They're gonna be sending their kids to our schools, and mixin' them with our pure, non-rich kids!
* FictionalCounterpart: J-Mart. South Park would get it's first K-Mart years later.
* GroinAttack: The [[https://southpark.cc.com/clips/153107/polo-match "I'll kick you in the nuts"]] game.
* IncrediblyLameFun: While the rich kids play polo, the "normal" kids amuse themselves by running around and kicking each other in the balls.
* LightbulbJoke: Jimbo tries to make one.
--> How many rich people does it take to screw in a light bulb? None! They can hire people to do it ''for'' them!
* MistakenForRacist: Inverted when the townspeople trying several things that could be seen as racist (burning "lowercase Ts" for "Time to leave", dressing like "ghosts" that more than resemble KKK members) to get the rich people to leave, but the "richers" all [[StrangeMindsThinkAlike see these as exactly what they were intended to be]].
* NonStandardCharacterDesign: Aslan the lion is animated like he was in the 1979 AnimatedAdaptation of ''Literature/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe''.
* {{Unishment}}: The one instance where the exclusionary methods proved to be this was when poor people at the back of a bus object to Creator/BillCosby and his kids sitting down next to them, and the passengers make them sit in the front in much more comfortable chairs. They obey, and then a passenger tries to taunt Cosby by sarcastically remarking how pleasant it must be sitting up there - only for Cosby to sincerely tell him that, yes, in fact, it is.

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