Token Black, formerly known as Token Williams, is a male fourth grader at South Park Elementary and is voiced by Adrien Beard.

Token is being teased by his friends for being rich.

Student Occasionally, however, there are times where Cartman does something perceived as racist without the intent behind it, such as when he threw a rock at Token because Token called him fat in "Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000".

In "Funnybot", Token was unable to contain his laughter at Tyler Perry's jokes.

Any fictional character of African-American descent that has been inconsequently inserted into the plot a movie or TV show for the express purposes of creating an image of commercially safe, politically correct, and insipid racial harmony. ", in "Here Comes the Neighborhood", but did not sound nearly as impressive as he does in "Wing". 4th Grade Token is a constant member of Craig's Gang. His birthday is June 20th. However, it seems probable that their relationship was not as long-lived as Wendy's relationship with Stan, as they haven't been shown together again. Character Information After Douchebag purchases a gas mask from Jimbo's Guns, he is immune to the security guard's pepper spray and thus forces a battle with him. He also sang a ballad, "Why Can't I Be Like All the Other Kids? Appearances

But like any good black friend, he goes back to rescue Solo and ends up leading the Rebel Alliance to victory by destroying the second Death Star.

For example, he was teased by the kids of South Park for having a DVD player, and not knowing what a VHS was, or for having clothes from Armani Exchange.

This suggests a stereotype that African Americans are the only group that finds Madea entertaining.

He has a strong willingness to stand up for himself and his rights; in "With Apologies to Jesse Jackson", he was obviously incredibly upset by Stan's dad Randy saying the N-word on Wheel of Fortune, and did not forgive Stan until the latter admitted that he would never be able to understand the connotations of the word. Even though his actions were a bit sketchy at the beginning, we all knew that Calrissian had Han’s back all along. Token black guy (n.)–A black character deliberately featured in a show or movie for the sake of racial diversity. Although initially skeptical and annoyed with Cartman's racial profiling, Token finds that he is, in fact, fully capable of playing the bass to a high degree of proficiency. Lando Calrissian of “Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back” and “Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi”. Playable Characters, The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers,, Token is also as a very smart character that, aside from, In the early seasons, a white version of Token was occasionally seen, usually in background shots. Token had another major role in "Here Comes the Neighborhood". Stan flipped them both off at the end of the episode. He is the same class as Eric Cartman, Wendy Testaburger and Red. His name is a play on words referring to the politically-correct idea of the "token black guy" commonly featured on American television shows.


Token is usually level-headed, calm, and rational. Roman Catholic However, this has caused Cartman to label him "a smartass.". Racism has often been a theme based around Token, such as in the episodes "Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000" and "With Apologies to Jesse Jackson".

In "Follow That Egg! This to me feels the same as putting a black character in to show we aren’t racist. In "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society", Token was seen fighting the other boys with some proficiency. He was also annoyed by Cartman's constant racial stereotyping in "Christian Rock Hard", but managed to contain his frustrations and continued to work with him.

Token with Butters and Cartman, as Faith + 1.

Bubba first meets Forrest while they are both serving in the Army and was originally supposed to go into business with him after the war.

To strengthen their relationship, Cartman planted a teddy bear on both Token and Nichole's doorway. However, it should be noted that at this point Bebe was acting like a total whore and invited almost every boy to her party. However, the people at the store gave him and his parents strange looks, upsetting Token. Cartman also attributes his vocal skills to his ethnicity.

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Disclaimer: I am gay and my husband feels the same way In recent media I feel that in order to keep overly offended children from screaming at them tv shows and movies have been shoving in gay characters as token characters. Image via Complex Original.