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'''[[Wikipedia:Cesar Millan|Cesar Millan]]''' is hired by [[Liane Cartman|Mrs. Cartman]] in the episode "[[Tsst]]" to help improve [[Eric Cartman|Cartman's]] behavior. Unlike assorted nannies who were hired to discipline Cartman (all of whom were destroyed mentally or emotionally by him), Cesar's approach proves to be the most successful, as he treats Cartman like a dog, rather than a human being. Mrs. Cartman becomes so grateful for his help that she begins propositioning Cesar for a deeper relationship. When Cesar reminds her that he is merely there to teach her to control Cartman and then leaves, she back peddles on the training, causing Cartman to regress into his evil tendencies. He was not shown in the celebrity army in "[[200]]" and "[[201]]".
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'''Cesar Millan''' is hired by [[Liane Cartman|Mrs. Cartman]] in the episode "[[Tsst]]" to help improve [[Eric Cartman|Cartman's]] behavior. Unlike the assorted nannies who were hired to discipline Cartman (all of whom were destroyed - mentally or emotionally - by him), Cesar's approach proves to be the most successful, as he treats Cartman like a dog, rather than a human being. Mrs. Cartman becomes so grateful for his help that she begins propositioning Cesar for a deeper relationship. When Cesar reminds her that he is merely there to teach her to control Cartman and then leaves, she back peddles on the training, causing Cartman to regress into his evil tendencies. He was not shown in the celebrity army in "[[200]]" and "[[201]]".
   
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==
Cesar Millan has gray, spiky hair and a black goatee. He wears a dark blue, collared shirt and khaki cargo pants. He has a tall head and appears to be physically strong, as he handles dogs.
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Cesar Millan was shown with a spiky gray hair with a hairstyle, black eyebrows, a black goatee and some warts on his face. He wears a dark blue jacket with two pockets and up sleeves, beige pants and black shoes. He has a tall head and appears to be physically strong, as he handles dogs.
   
 
==Personality==
 
==Personality==
Unlike almost all celebrities that appeared on South Park, Cesar wasn't disrespected in anyway. In fact, he was shown in a very positive light, having been the only person able to manipulate and control Eric Cartman's behavior, to the point of causing him to temporarily behave like a rational human being.
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Unlike almost all celebrities that appeared on South Park, Cesar's depiction wasn't disrespected in anyway. In fact, he was shown in a very positive light, having been the only person able to manipulate and control Eric Cartman's behavior, to the point of causing him to temporarily behave like a rational human being.
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== Trivia ==
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* Caesar Millan is one of the few celebrities on South Park not to be made fun of for a certain trait or a racial or stereotypical joke about his race, unlike several other celebrities and characters on the show (although Cartman disrespects him by calling him "Mexican" in a degorative tone and insults him once by calling him a "Taco Bender").
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** Although, Cartman's criticism of Cesar's training tactics(and/or general disdain of Cesar, his ethnicity aside) might have been an unintentional precursor to later real life criticisms of Caesar's methods<ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cesar_Millan#Criticism</ref>, which surfaced as early as January 2007<ref>http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/23621109/ruff-treatment</ref>.
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
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Latest revision as of 06:53, November 29, 2019

Cesar Millan is hired by Mrs. Cartman in the episode "Tsst" to help improve Cartman's behavior. Unlike the assorted nannies who were hired to discipline Cartman (all of whom were destroyed - mentally or emotionally - by him), Cesar's approach proves to be the most successful, as he treats Cartman like a dog, rather than a human being. Mrs. Cartman becomes so grateful for his help that she begins propositioning Cesar for a deeper relationship. When Cesar reminds her that he is merely there to teach her to control Cartman and then leaves, she back peddles on the training, causing Cartman to regress into his evil tendencies. He was not shown in the celebrity army in "200" and "201".

AppearanceEdit

Cesar Millan was shown with a spiky gray hair with a hairstyle, black eyebrows, a black goatee and some warts on his face. He wears a dark blue jacket with two pockets and up sleeves, beige pants and black shoes. He has a tall head and appears to be physically strong, as he handles dogs.

PersonalityEdit

Unlike almost all celebrities that appeared on South Park, Cesar's depiction wasn't disrespected in anyway. In fact, he was shown in a very positive light, having been the only person able to manipulate and control Eric Cartman's behavior, to the point of causing him to temporarily behave like a rational human being.

Trivia Edit

  • Caesar Millan is one of the few celebrities on South Park not to be made fun of for a certain trait or a racial or stereotypical joke about his race, unlike several other celebrities and characters on the show (although Cartman disrespects him by calling him "Mexican" in a degorative tone and insults him once by calling him a "Taco Bender").
    • Although, Cartman's criticism of Cesar's training tactics(and/or general disdain of Cesar, his ethnicity aside) might have been an unintentional precursor to later real life criticisms of Caesar's methods[2], which surfaced as early as January 2007[3].

ReferencesEdit


Minor Characters from Season Ten
911 Truth Webmaster | Al Gore | Allied Atheist Alliance (AAA) | Biggie Smalls | Cesar Millan | Detective Jarvis | George Clooney | Hardly Boys | Jeffrey Dahmer | Jenkins the Griefer | John Wayne Gacy | Ms. Stevenson | Nelson Brown | Oprah Winfrey | Ranger McFriendly | Richard Dawkins | Stella Reid | Super Adventure Club | Ted Bundy | Unified Atheist League (UAL) | United Atheist Alliance (UAA)

See Also: List of Minor Characters from Season Ten | Season Ten


Television Celebrities
Alana ThompsonBenny HillBill O'ReillyBilly MaysBob SagetCaitlyn JennerCarlos MenciaCarrot TopCesar MillanChris HansenConan O'BrienDavid BlaineDavid DuchovnyDavid LettermanDon KingDr. Mehmet OzDrew CareyEllen DeGeneresGary ColemanGeraldo RiveraGhost HuntersGigi HadidHenry WinklerJay LenoJennifer Love HewittJim CarreyJimmy FallonJimmy KimmelJimmy StewartJo FrostJoe and Teresa GiudiceJohn D'AquinoJohn WalshJohnny KnoxvilleJune ShannonKardashiansKathie Lee GiffordKristen MillerKurt LoderLarry KingMartha StewartMatt LauerMaury PovichMax WeinbergMichael LandonMike SorrentinoMike ThompsonMr. TOprah WinfreyParis HiltonPat O'BrienPat SajakPatrick DuffyPaul WatsonQueer Eye for the Straight GuyRob ReinerRon ZappoloRosie O'DonnellSally StruthersShari LewisSnookiStella ReidSteve IrwinTed KoppelTina YothersTony DanzaVanna WhiteWalter CronkiteWendy WilliamsWolf BlitzerYasmine BleethYvonne Finnerty
More Information: Television Celebrities
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