1. JUST PLAY IT COOL
2. MAKE LOVE
5. I'M GONNA MAKE LOVE TO YOU, WOMAN
6. LOVE GRAVY
7. Ooo BABY
8. NO SUBSTITUTES
12. CHOCOLATE SALTY BALLS
Chef was such a pivotal character in the show, acting as a mentor to the kids and a voice of reason at times, It saddens me how his departure and untimely death was so abrupt. It feels like we never had a proper send-off, a little bit of south park died when Chef left.
Originally, Trey Parker and Matt Stone asked Lou Rawls and Barry White to do chef. But, they didn't want to do it. So, that's how they asked Isaac Hayes. I'm glad that he did voice chef. The best seasons of South Park to me was seasons one through nine.
irrewonderful Ahoyhoy there, fellow youtuberino! I miss Isaac Hayes , as well. I reminisce his teachings in chocolate salty balls , lesbians , love , being African American, saying Hello Children, even when there was but a single child there, or he was speaking to another adult. It was the funniest running gag in South Park.
+Jerome McElroy (Chef) Yep, I really do miss you being in these episodes. You were such a good character in the show, and I have always missed seeing you when I watch the episodes after you left. It just is not the same.
'Just Play it Cool' is easily one of my favorite Chef songs. It's so freaking catchy, I smile and nod along with it every time I hear it!
I also like 'Love Gravy' (It sounds like an exaggerated version of something that Isaac Hayes might actually put on one of his albums) and of course 'Chocolate Salty Balls.'
Issac Hayes who did the voice for Chef had some issues with Trey Parker and Matt Stone's treatment of Scientology and left the show on bad terms with them, because he was a Scientologist. In response to his departure, Trey and Matt made an episode both killing Chef and having him completely change and exit from the show. Isaac Hayes passed almost two years later of a stroke, and was still supposedly not on speaking terms with Matt and Trey. They later dedicated an episode to his memory.
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