City Wok is a Chinese restaurant and small commercial airline. It is run by Tuong Lu Kim and was first seen in the Season Six episode, “Jared Has Aides”.
- 1 Is Lu Kim actually Chinese?
- 2 When was City Wok introduced?
- 3 How rich are the creators of South Park?
- 4 Is the Chinese guy in South Park White?
- 5 What voices does Matt Stone do?
- 6 Is there a Japanese dub of South Park?
- 7 What do the Mongolians say in South Park?
- 8 What is the best South Park episode?
- 9 What is tween music?
Is Lu Kim actually Chinese?
Janus is Tuong Lu Kim, and Lu Kim is only a personality and the strongest personality of Janus. At the Tower of Peace, he reveals his plan to Takiyama and tries to kill him but the police came and reveal to him that he’s not Chinese but white.
When was City Wok introduced?
January 1, 2003. Stuart Davis isn’t your typical Chinese restaurant owner. The born-and-raised Bostonian was a long way from home when he opened the first City Wok in star-studded North Hollywood, Calif., in 1990.
How rich are the creators of South Park?
Trey Parker has a net worth of $600 million. Trey and his college friend and classmate Matt Stone are the co-creators of the Comedy Central smash hit franchise property “South Park,” which began airing in 1997. The duo has also worked together on the films “Cannibal!
Is the Chinese guy in South Park White?
Janus is white, his most dominant alternate persona is the owner of the local Chinese restaurant, and for years, Janus has effectively convinced the people of South Park that he is indeed the Chinese “Tuong Lu Kim” by squinting his eyes and speaking in a stereotypical Chinese accent.
What voices does Matt Stone do?
Matt Stone voices three of the main characters: Kyle Broflovski, Kenny McCormick and Butters Stotch. He also provides the voices of several recurring characters, such as Gerald Broflovski, Stuart McCormick, Craig Tucker, Jimbo Kern, Terrance, Saddam Hussein, Tweek Tweak, Mr. Adler and Jesus.
Is there a Japanese dub of South Park?
There are at least three Japanese dubbings (WOWOW, FOX Japan and Netflix), each with different castings. Unlike its predecessors, episodes dubbed by Netflix are left uncensored. The Japanese dubbing for South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut was released on July 6, 2001 with an independent casting.
What do the Mongolians say in South Park?
Some of the “Mongolian” dialogue in the show is actual Mongolian. In the scene by the campfire, Stan says ” I am eight years old “, one of the Mongolians responds with “Really? You can understand me?” and Tweek asks “What time is it?”. In the final scene, Randy says “Bi khuutei” ( үү), meaning “I have a son.”
What is the best South Park episode?
The 25 best South Park episodes, mmkay
- “Marjorine” (season 9, episode 9)
- “Imaginationland” (season 11, episode 10)
- “Guitar Queer-O” (season 11, episode 13)
- “Go God Go” (season 10, episode 12)
- “Fishsticks” (season 13, episode 5)
- “Coon vs.
- “Grounded Vindaloop” (season 18, episode 7)
- “Casa Bonita” (season 7, episode 11)
What is tween music?
Tween wave is a fictional genre of music that the boys listen to in “You’re Getting Old”. The parents of the children strongly dislike it, as they hear it as flatulence (Farting) and diarrhea sounds.