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Hey, ever since I first saw the episode 'Night of the Living Homeless', I thought that the homeless people continuously repeating "change" wasn't just a reference to how homeless people constantly ask for change over and over, but was possibly a parody of the 2008 Obama Presidential Campaign's "Change" slogan. I listened to the commentary and Trey and Matt never mentioned such a meaning for it, so unsure if I am just over analyzing this or possibly found something most haven't. So wondering if anyone has read or seen anything where Trey or Matt state that the homeless repeating "change" was meant as a parody in that way, or if anyone else here had the same thoughts when they saw that episode themselves.
You notice how the homeless acted like zombies? And you know how zombies say "braaaiiins" in movies? Well, that's all the homeless were doing, saying "chaaaange" instead of "braaaiiins."
Yeah I think you're just reading too much into it
leopoldstotch29 wrote: homeless people continuously repeating "change" ... was possibly a parody of the 2008 Obama Presidential Campaign's "Change" slogan.
You do realize "Night of the Living Homeless" aired early in 2007, right?
To believe in something just because you're afraid of the consequences if you don't believe in something is no reason to believe in something.
thats too far read into it kinda like scrottie mcboogerballs episode. dont think too much about it south park kinda just hands it to you already.
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