He reappears briefly in "Red Sleigh Down" with his poo-choo train. However, Fox made it clear they didn't want the talking poo character in its network and repeatedly demanded the duo to remove the character in order for the show to proceed. They also must ride the Poo-Choo Express and battle hoardes of Ginger Kids. This offensive behavior eventually caused him to lose everything.  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.  The TV station was allowed to keep its license by agreeing not to re-air the program.  Matt Roush of USA Today praised the episode, which he described as "ribald, raunchy and riotous". 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. Using Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls to revive him, he uses magic to get rid of Redford and the Hollywood people, by transforming into a wizard (in the style of Mickey Mouse from Fantasia) and raises all the feces from the sewers to attack the Hollywood folk with swarms of fecal matter. Slack, the popular messaging software, also uses the word "hankey" as a shortcut for the Pile of Poo emoji. Mr. Hankey was originally created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone while they had only recently met as students at the University of Colorado at Boulder, well before they concieved of South Park itself. She demands that the religious elements be taken out of the public school, and threatens to take her case to the mayor. However, Parker and Stone said during the meeting that FOX didn't like a talking poo character on its network and demanded the duo to remove him, which they refused. 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. ", "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics", "Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery" and "Pinkeye". A present from down below, spreading joy with a Howdy Ho! , The music in "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" was also praised.  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. From there, Hankey took the boys home on an hour-long ride on the Poo-Choo Express. 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. He spent eleven months out of the year here, and then came up to the surface at Christmas time... if he comes up too early, he ran the risk of drying out completely. 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. "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" is the ninth episode of the first season of the American animated television series South Park. ", 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". https://southpark.fandom.com/wiki/Mr._Hankey?oldid=419028, The song is also used as the theme song for the Christmas expansion of, Mr. Hankey first appeared in the intro for the ", Mr. Hankey was actually intended to be a sailor, this has been mentioned in the South Park Commentary of ". Advisory - the following lyrics contain explicit language: We've all heard of Rudolph and his shiny nose, and we all know Frosty whose made out of snow. The short film was never made. When Mr. Hankey leaves trails of smudge behind, it's usually chocolate or fudge smeared on construction paper and then scanned into a computer. "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" is the ninth episode of the first season of the American animated television series South Park. Autumn is a talking piece of excrement. He is also mentioned in "Pre-School" by Trent Boyett.  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. He reappears in "The Problem with a Poo" where he is the director of the Christmas pageant. In the DVD commentary, Stone and Parker indicate this is a reference to a bootleg tape of Star Wars Holiday Special. Although Cartman seemed to be oblivious to the stench of the feces constructed train, Stan and Kyle were disgusted by it. It was included in the third volume, which also included the episodes "Starvin' Marvin", "Mecha-Streisand" and "Tom's Rhinoplasty". Dried-up "Ugh. Rohan said South Park "can be brilliantly over the edge, but often tonight, it sorely needs a comic bungee cord". Although the Helicrapter is almost all feces, the boys seem unphased by the stench. As a Grand Wizard in Poo Magic, Mr. Hankey was happy to use his little wizard hat and robe to defend from outside threats when it needed him, such as actor Robert Redford as well as the hordes of Nazi Zombies that appeared when the New Kid arrived in town. As a big fan of commercialism, his name once appeared on all sorts of products, but be careful - there's a lot of fake Mr. Hankeys out there, but only one real one! Flush him down but he's never goooooooone!!!! Howdy Ho. Sometimes he's nutty, sometimes he's corny, he can be brown or greenish-brown (Mmm Mmm!) Wife They totally stole your story!' Now before I melt away!  Virginia Rohan of The Record said he liked Kyle's song and some of Kenny's antics, but said the episode was not as funny as The Spirit of Christmas shorts. In addition to Mr. Hankey himself, the episode introduced the popular South Park songs "A Lonely Jew on Christmas" and "Kyle's Mom is a Big Fat Bitch". 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. , "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" has been described as one of the classic episodes of South Park. Cornwallis HankeyAmber HankeySimon Hankey In a similar fashion to "Starvin' Marvin in Space", the episode was dedicated to Mary Kay Bergman, the original voice of most of the female characters on the show up to that point, who had committed suicide less than a month earlier. Parker said of it, "This was the episode that just vaulted everything. He is sent to talk to guidance counselor, Mr. Mackey, but Kyle only gets into further trouble when Mr. Hankey takes a bath in Mr. Mackey's coffee. Kricfalusi said after the show aired, "I got nine or 10 messages from friends screaming, 'I can't believe this!  Stone said although "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" has become less shocking with time, viewers at the time of the episode's original broadcast were shocked, and some were horrified, at the idea of a living and speaking Christmas stool. That [special] was definitely a huge part of my life growing up. He seeks to spread Christmas cheer with his presence, and has shown he is very willing to help the boys on many ocassions. Comedy Central proved much more receptive to the idea of an episode about a talking poo character. We've all heard of Rudolph and his shiny nose, and we all know Frosty whose made out of snow. Kyle suggests he could sing the "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" song as a non-religious substitute, but his suggestion is rejected because nobody else believes in Mr. Hankey, a living and talking "Christmas Poo".  In January 1998, Entertainment Weekly reported that Comedy Central executives had plans to produce a Mr. Hankey chocolate bar.  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.
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