When Cartman comes into school singing the new hit song, "Stinky Britches," Chef realizes that the song he wrote 20 years earlier has been stolen. When he goes to the record company to show the song is his and ask for attribution, the record executive instead hires Johnny Cochrane to sue Chef for millions of dollars. Facing prison if he can't pay the fine, the kids look up all Chef's old music buddies to raise the money. They all arrive in South Park to hold a huge charity concert, allowing Chef to hire Cochrane for himself and counter-sue the record executive.
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Did You Know?
If you look carefully when the boys are looking in Chef's memory album with Chef, a picture of Steve Urkel is seen for a brief second. See more
The row of hearts around Mr. Garrison's brief's waistband are there for a second or two, then are gone, then are back on the waistband when Mr. Garrison takes the wheel. See more
[Ozzy Osbourne is describing how he became famous
I remember when I was just starting out. Chef suggested I buy a pompadour hat. I thought he said "bite the head off a bat", so I did. And the rest? Oh, it's just history.
Referenced in Nostalgia Critic: It (2017)
Wake Up Wendy
Written by Elton John
and Bernie Taupin
Performed by Elton John See more