White People Renovating Houses
Protests break out on the streets of South Park. Protestors armed with tiki torches and confederate flags take to the streets of South Park. Randy comes to grips with what it means to be white in today’s society.
- Now let's get out there and protest that Alexa took our jobs! Darryl Weathers
The following characters have no speaking lines in the episode, but do appear in the background. (Denkins only appears during the first outdoor protest.)
A number of new characters make their debut in this episode, most notably Jim Bob and Cletus (or Tucker Rae) who appear early on but become prominent serving as
Behind the Scenes
Two new redneck characters debut in the episode, Jim Bob and Cletus. The latter character, though referred to as "Cletus" in the final episode, is referred to as "Tucker Rae" in concept art.
- In previous episodes throughout the show, conservative characters were typically seen at Skeeter's Bar and Cocktails... but here, these same characters and even Skeeter himself, appear to be spending their time at Crunchy's Micro Brew instead.
- Heidi and Cartman's relationship, which began last season in "The Damned", ends in this episode... but they get back together next week in "Put it Down".
Pop Culture References
- Randy and Sharon's show, "White People Renovating Houses", is based on HGTV programs like Flip or Flop, which often featured married couples in a similar setup renovating and reselling homes.
- The sequence during the theme where Randy "practices MMA" in his spare time is a reference to Flip or Flop: Vegas, where host Bristol Marunde is also known for his MMA career.
- The show received press attention for Jim Bob's rendition of Kendrick Lamar's Humble.
- According to the behind-the-scenes LiveTweet, this is Trey's daughter's favorite song.
- The protesting scenes, featuring tiki torches and Confederate flags, are patterned after the attendees of the United the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia in August 2017.