[7] The duet between Santa and Jesus that appears in the episode was meant for the album, but music rights for Duran Duran's "Rio" could not be cleared for the album in time. '", Mr Hankey, the Christmas Poo (South Park episode), "Fox Refused to Take 'South Park' in 1997 Because of One Character, and Something Else as well", "That Time Fox Refused To Pick Up South Park Because Of Mr. Hankey", "Could you please list the Five Most Notorious Episodes in order? " Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo " is the ninth episode of the first season of the American animated television series South Park. This allowed Parker and Stone to practically take their pick of guest stars, and led to appearances by Natasha Henstridge in "Tom's Rhinoplasty" and Robert Smith in "Mecha-Streisand". [3], The elements of the episode involving Kyle's loneliness as a Jew during Christmas were inspired by Parker and Stone's perceptions of Jews growing up in Colorado during their childhood. Kyle is playing Saint Joseph in the South Park Elementary School's Christmas nativity play, but he is forced to quit when his mother hears of the play and expresses outrage that her Jewish son is being forced to participate in a Christian production. For my brother, Bil, and his life long … Hankey. The episode was written and directed by the series' co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Мистер Хэнки, рождественская какашка Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo Эпизод сериала « Южный Парк » Кайл и мистер Хэнки Основная информация Номер эпизода Сезон 1 Эпизод 110 (#9) … Weinstock said this was particularly true of the episode's fake live-action commercial. [29], The music in "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" was also praised. [29] Jacobs also said Mr. Hankey was so popular, he half-jokingly suggested Matt Stone and Trey Parker pursue a spin-off revolving around the character. The episode received generally positive reviews and has been described as one of the classic South Park episodes. "A Lonely Jew on Christmas" has been described as a "classic song",[41] and "Kyle's Mom is a Big Fat Bitch", which reviewers described as one of Cartman's trademarks,[25] was included in the 1999 South Park film, South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. Mr hankey the christmas poo small and brown he comes from you XD Chloe Buckingham February 24, 2011 at 7:05 AM hi i think you are so cool Dodsferd Gore November 22, 2010 at 1:02 PM HOWDY … However, while the original news ad was apparently referring to "frizzy" hair, the ending credits of this episode of South Park feature the news anchor boxing a man in a giant fuzzy suit.[6]. Mr. Hankey leaps at Cartman's face as he sings "Kyle's Mom is a Big Fat Bitch" in D Minor, and Kyle is blamed. The executives were receptive to the idea,[8] which Parker said was one of the main reasons he and Stone decided to sign on with the channel. "[34] Diane Werts of Newsday said of the episode, "It's gross. Kyle decides he will bring Mr. Hankey to school to prove he is real, but this only causes more problems as Mr. Hankey disguises himself as an unadorned, dried-out piece of feces when he is around people who do not believe in him, leading Cartman to ask if carrying around boxes with feces in them is some kind of Jewish tradition. In another plot strand, the townspeople remove all religious aspects of Christmas from South Park to remain politically correct and inoffensive. [3][9] While many Christmas specials focus on the religious, spiritual and moral values of the Christmas holiday rather than the commercial aspects, "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" actually embraces commercialism in Christmas, suggesting viewers should enjoy those elements of the holiday without taking religion too seriously. (This would not happen again until "Rainforest Shmainforest."). [3], Although Comedy Central did not object to most aspects of the episode, they did require some edits to material they deemed potentially offensive. [39] Matt Roush of USA Today praised the episode, which he described as "ribald, raunchy and riotous". can be seen sitting outside Mr… "[3] The two sought to write an episode in the tradition of old classic Christmas specials with their own irreverent South Park twist, and so they watched the famous 1965 Peanuts special, A Charlie Brown Christmas, repeatedly during the production process. [4] The two discussed filming a three-minute short film involving a boy who befriended the talking stool, but Mr. Hankey would not come alive for anybody else, prompting others to believe the boy was crazy. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page. The Mr. Hankey character was based on an idea Trey Parker's father created when he was toilet-training Trey as a child. Parker said this decision was made because, "Garrison at that point had already shown himself to be the most messed up person in the entire town, and there's obviously so much wrong with him mentally. An album of the same name consisting of versions of songs from the show as well as a number of additional songs was released the week prior to the episode's original air date, December 1, 1999. 28-mrt-2012 - Find Cash Advance, Debt Consolidation and more at Tvsoulmates.com. [...] South Park refuses sanitization through the gross-out factor. Heavily influenced by the Peanuts Christmas special A Charlie Brown Christmas from 1965, "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" was the first South Park (fully animated series) Christmas Special episode, the first musical episode, and the only episode in season one (and therefore the first time in the series) in which Kenny does not die. York University Professor Alison Halsall said of this aspect of the episode, "Again, Parker and Stone blur the sacred and the profane, in this instance, to gut holidays of their traditional meanings. A person that disturbed being a racist is funny to us. Kathie Lee is late, giving Mr… [11][12] Parker and Stone originally conceived the episode "Damien", which involves a boxing match between Jesus and Satan, as the first season's Christmas episode. ", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Mr._Hankey,_the_Christmas_Poo&oldid=999893973, Short description is different from Wikidata, Television episode articles with short description for single episodes, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 12 January 2021, at 13:52. During the ending credits a reprise of "Dreidel Dreidel Dreidel" plays. Cartman, Stan, and Kyle feel that something is still missing. Kyle leaves the school feeling lonely and excluded because he cannot celebrate Christmas with everyone else. [46] Parker said Kricfalusi eventually contacted the South Park creators: "He wrote a letter back saying, 'Oh, OK, I see how it could just be a coincidence, but you should just admit to the press that you're a big Ren and Stimpy fan.' [32] In its original American broadcast, the episode received a Nielsen Rating of 5.4, meaning the episode was seen by about 4.5 million households. [1] The episode also earned a 51 share of the male demographic aged between 18 and 24; a share represents the percentage of households using a television at the time the program is airing. Hankey Poo, Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski And Eric Cartman “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” 1.1K likes. Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo Season 1 E 9 • 12/17/1997 While South Park Elementary is attempting to stage a non-denominational holiday play that won't offend (or entertain) anyone, Kyle checks himself … "Mr. Hankey, The Christmas Poo" – Performed by Cowboy Timmy, "Cheesy Poofs (Theme)" – Performed by Eric Cartman, "Chocolate Salty Balls" (Karaoke Version) – Performed by, "My Best Friends" (Snippet) – Performed by Eric Cartman, "Swiss Colony Beef Log" – Performed by Eric Cartman, This page was last edited on 2 January 2021, at 17:08. "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" is the ninth episode of the first season of the American animated television series South Park. [9] Stone and Parker both strongly dislike Glass; Parker, who was a music major in college, said, "I really thought you could basically tell a third grader to sit down at a keyboard and mess around and sell it as a Philip Glass album, and no one would know the difference. A framed picture of comedian Andy Dick is also seen during the dance number. 18 tracks (36:26). "[1] Kricfalusi said he felt other elements of South Park were lifted from his work, and he told media outlets his company Spümcø was contemplating taking legal action against Parker and Stone. The rating was the highest yet for South Park, and was more than seven times the Comedy Central prime-time average. While Kyle is brushing his teeth, Mr. Hankey comes out of the toilet, singing "Carols" and writing words, like "Noel" on the mirror and spreading feces stains everywhere he goes, prompting Kyle's father to blame Kyle for the mess and as added punishment, to think about his "poor mother stuck cleaning up this mess*. Mr. Mackey was inspired by Parker's real-life school guidance counselor; Parker, who provides the voice for Mackey, said the real-life counselor was similarly thin and wiry and that Parker's voice for Mr. Mackey is an exact, unexaggerated version of how his counselor spoke. When all the children start believing, Mr. Hankey finally reveals himself to everyone and scolds them for losing sight of the good things of Christmas and focusing on the bad. "[9] Sepinwall also added Mr. Hankey to his 1997 list of most memorable TV moments, describing the character as the year's "most disturbing cartoon image"[39] and as "a mythical holiday creature so bizarre and offensive it literally cannot be described in a family newspaper". Parker and Stone never made the short film, but practically all of its elements were included in the future South Park episode "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo", with the notable exception of the ending. John Kricfalusi, the creator of The Ren & Stimpy Show, accused Parker and Stone of stealing the idea for Mr. Hankey from him, which the duo vehemently denied. [3] Not all reviews of "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" were positive. During the end credits, Jesus dejectedly sings, "Happy Birthday" to himself alone in his television studio. After the shorts began to generate interest for a possible television series, Parker and Stone conceived the idea of an adult-animated show with four children as main protagonists, and one of the minor characters included a talking stool named Mr. Hankey. [25] Literary critic Mark Caldwell said the fact that Kenny survived the episode demonstrates the episode's "strong, albeit dutifully ironic, undercurrent of conventional holiday decency. Kyle começa cantando uma música sobre o Sr. Hankey, o … The parents, astounded by how awful the pageant has turned out, begin blaming one another for destroying Christmas and a fight breaks out. [3] Although the Mr. Hankey short film was never made, Parker and Stone made two Christmas-related animated short films called The Spirit of Christmas, which served as precursors to the South Park series. It originally aired on Comedy Central in the United States on December 17, 1997. Parker and Stone had trouble deciding on a voice for Mr. Hankey, but Stone said it came to him while eating a Sausage McMuffin at a McDonald's in New York City, while taking a break from promoting South Park to the press. [25][34][35] Chris Vognar of The Dallas Morning News described Mr. Hankey himself as "the most outrageous character yet on TV's most outrageous show". [27] Several fan websites were made about the character within months of the episode's broadcast. Kricfalusi said after the show aired, "I got nine or 10 messages from friends screaming, 'I can't believe this! [11], A doctor prescribes Prozac, a real life antidepressant, to Kyle for his apparent love for feces, which he describes as "fecalphilia", a condition perhaps better known by the medical term coprophilia. The townspeople release Kyle from the asylum and apologize, then they all sing Christmas songs and watch Mr. Hankey fly away with Santa Claus. The original tape featured a brief clip at the end from WCBS-TV featuring newscaster Rolland Smith informing viewers, "Fighting the frizzies, at eleven." [27] A stuffed Mr. Hankey became one of the most popular South Park tie-in products of the 1998 Christmas season. See actions taken by the … A Christmas pageant features the same biblical quote spoken by Linus in that special; additionally, the music featured in the pageant is very similar to the Peanuts special's musical score by Vince Guaraldi, and the South Park kids go outside to catch falling snowflakes on their tongues in the same way as in the special. See actions taken by the people who manage and … "[22], The episode has also been described as simultaneously embracing and parodying animated Christmas specials like A Charlie Brown Christmas, Frosty the Snowman and It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. Parker said this was decided because of his frustration with the character Mr. Snuffleupagus in the children's show Sesame Street; for his first 14 years on the show, Mr. Snuffleupagus was an imaginary character seen only by Big Bird, which Parker said "really bummed me out". In the episode, the Jewish character Kyle feels excluded from the town's celebrations during Christmas, and is comforted by Mr. Hankey, a talking and singing lump of feces wearing a red hat. Parker cited as an example a chorus concert in which the single Jewish student was asked to sing her own Hanukkah song while everybody else sang Christmas songs; although the idea was to make the student feel special, Parker said it only made her feel more lonely and isolated. It's also possibly the funniest holiday episode anybody's airing this year. 1 talking about this. Both characters appeared in "Damien", which was produced before "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo", but the Christmas episode aired first. I'm … [1] Parker said he refused to flush the toilet as a child, so his father told him if he did not flush down his stool, which he called "Mr. Hankey", it would come to life and kill him. Halsall said the use of fecal matter as a character, and especially its tendency to smear parts of itself around as it moved, directly confronts the viewer with "the inherent dirtiness of the human body, no matter how much we try to aestheticize it, Mr. Hankey's stains systematically mess up the cleanliness of the social order. MR. HANKEY, the CHRISTMAS POO 1X 2 oz Trade Winds brandy 1/2 oz coffee liqueur (we like Mr. Black’s) 1/4 oz Tempus Fugit banana liqueur 2 dashes Aztec chocolate bitters 2X 4 oz Trade Winds … During rehearsal for a Nativity play, a baby Jesus resembling a fetus pops out of Wendy, who is playing the Virgin Mary, and is caught by Kyle, who is portraying Joseph of Nazareth. [45], John Kricfalusi, the creator of The Ren & Stimpy Show, claimed the Mr. Hankey concept was stolen from his cartoon short, "Nutty the Friendly Dump", which was part of a cartoon book series viewable online. [44] South Park Studios, the official South Park website, listed "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" at number four on its list of the Five Most Notorious Episodes. [23] It has also been described as a commentary on the way Jewish children are overlooked during the Christmas holiday; this theme is overtly stated by Stan, who says at the end of the episode that Jews and Hanukkah "can be cool" as well as Christmas. Kyle once again tries to suggest that they use Mr. Hankey as a non-religious Christmas icon since he does not discriminate against anyone. [3], "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" is the first episode in which Kenny was not killed. See more ideas about mr hankey, mr., poo. "[26], Alison Halsall said "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" is the strongest example of a history of scatology, the study of excrement, throughout the South Park series. Potato Head toy set.[25]. In a return to form, a forbidden love story … "THE END" then appears, and Kenny is excited and relieved that he has survived the entire episode without getting killed in spite of being involved in dangerous and life-threatening situations throughout. [17] Parker and Stone recorded commentary track for each episode, but they were not included with the DVDs due to "standards" issues with some of the statements; Parker and Stone refused to allow the tracks to be edited and censored, so they were released in a CD completely separately from the DVDs. Mr. Garrison See, that's what you get when you raise your child to be a pagan. Although the two went to different schools, they both witnessed Jewish children get beat up and bullied because both of their schools had very few Jewish students to begin with; although Stone himself is Jewish, he was not raised as a practicing Jew and so he did not experience much of the bullying himself firsthand. Stan Marsh Kyle Broflovski Eric Cartman Kenny McCormick Wendy Testaburger Chef Jimbo Kern … Ose “We Three Kings” 18–Mr. The Mr. Hankey character was based on an idea from Parker's childhood; when Parker and Stone conceived the South Park series, they wanted to make Mr. Hankey the lead character. [43] In October 2004, the Comedy Central website held a poll to determine the top 27 South Park episodes for a television marathon; "Mr Hankey, the Christmas Poo" came third, just behind "Good Times with Weapons" at #2 and "Fat Butt and Pancake Head" at #1. In the DVD commentary, Stone and Parker indicate this is a reference to a bootleg tape of Star Wars Holiday Special. [2] The concept stayed with Parker throughout his childhood; starting in elementary school and throughout his entire education, he would often draw the character in class, wearing a sailor's hat instead of the Santa Claus hat he would later wear in South Park. It was based … Mr. Hankey comes out of the toilet and proves he's real by singing Kyle a Christmas Song, but goes limp when Mr. Broflovski walks in. Rick Marin of Newsweek described the episode as "simply one long potty joke". Additionally, some of those featured in the show are slightly different than the aired versions. Mr. Hankey does not come alive in the presence of other characters, so they think that Kyle is delusional. "[3], "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" was released, along with 11 other episodes, in a three-DVD set in November 1998. Additionally, during filming of the live-action Mr. Hankey commercial, the baby originally held the Mr. Hankey stool and took a bite out of it. It's probably offensive. The album features more songs than the show. Rohan said South Park "can be brilliantly over the edge, but often tonight, it sorely needs a comic bungee cord". "[3], The episode was considered the first South Park musical episode, and included such songs as "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo", "A Lonely Jew on Christmas" and "Kyle's Mom is a Big Fat Bitch". Three popular South Park songs debuted in this episode:" Mr. Hankey, The Christmas Poo ", " Kyle's Mom's a Bitch ", and " The Lonely Jew on Christmas.". " [12] He also said of the Mr. Hankey character, "If you're the sort of person who didn't care for that scene in Trainspotting where the Ewan McGregor character dove down the toilet and into the sewer in pursuit of his lost suppository, the whole Mr. Hankey subplot is going to be deeply disturbing. They planned for the boy's parents to find him holding a stool in the bathroom and blame the child for smearing feces along the walls when it was actually Mr. Hankey's fault; they also planned to have him visit a school counselor, where Mr. Hankey would leap into the counselor's coffee mug and the boy would be blamed. Haven't you guys ever heard of it? Although they had long planned to feature Mr. Hankey in the show, they did not decide to make him a Christmas character until halfway through the filming of "Damien". Kricfalusi even confirmed that he pitched the idea for an animated series of "Nutty the Friendly Dump" to Comedy Central, who turned it down. It originally aired on December 17, 19971. Mr. Hankey the "Christmas Poo", voiced by Trey Parker, is a talking piece of feces. "[22], Some writers consider Mr. Hankey one of the most easily recognizable and popular of the non-regular South Park characters. 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