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The 10 Best Celebrity Moments On South Park
In “Scott Tenorman Must Die,” Radiohead comes to town for a charitable cause, unknowingly playing into Eric Cartman's ploy to humiliate their biggest fan, Scott Tenorman, who sold his pubes to Cartman. Trey Parker revealed that the band “liked the show,” and made this special appearance as themselves, delivering their lines with a biting wit and British charm.
In “The Cissy” we find that Randy Marsh is secretly internationally renowned pop star Lorde, and his own daughter has a Lorde poster in her bedroom, not realizing that it's her father's face on her wall. Lorde was fond of her portrayal on the show, calling one scene “surprisingly cute” and appreciating the “message of transgender acceptance” on the show.
Elon Musk
In "Handicar," Elon Musk feels that Tesla is being threatened by Timmy's app-based ride service, Handicar, and to prove his product’s superiority, he pilots a Tesla in a race against an Uber and a cab. As a longtime fan of the show, Musk tweeted that it was "kinda trippy" seeing himself on the show, and even went on to voice his character in future episodes.
In "Fishsticks," Kanye West is frustrated when he realizes that he’s the only person in the world who doesn't understand the joke about fish sticks — forcing him to believe he’s a gay fish. The rapper responded that "'South Park' murdered [him] last night and it's pretty funny," adding that the show "hurt [his[ feelings" but that it was expected of South Park.
Malcolm McDowell
Introducing himself simply as "a British person," Malcolm McDowell joined "South Park" for a hilarious retelling of the story of Pip from Charles Dickens’ "Great Expectations." McDowell’s persona plays into Americans’ expectations of British people, which comically disregards his own celebrity, making him among the most brilliant celeb guests on the show.