Chef Aid: Behind the Menu was a 30-minute mockumentary produced by Comedy Central to promote the Season Two episode, "Chef Aid" and the album. The video was made in the style of VH1's Behind the Music, and featured many celebrities talking about Chef and his influence on their careers. The special concluded with the premiere of Master P's music video, "Kenny's Dead".
People Who Appear on South ParkEdit
Dee Snyder is the frontman for Twisted Sister. He appeared in Chef Aid: Behind the Menu, in which he talked about Chef's influence on his career.
Emeril Lagasse is a famous chef and television host.
Flea is the bassist for The Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Janet Charlton is a celebrity gossip columnist.
Jermaine Dupri is a hip hop and R&B record producer.
Rory Schuster (portrayed by Fred Goss)Edit
Rory Schuster is a record producer who appeared in Chef Aid: Behind the Menu, in which he talked about Chef's influence on his career.
He is the only fictional celebrity to appear in the special. Schuster was portrayed by Fred Goss.
Ween is an alternative rock band. They claim they stole their song writing technique from Chef, because they did not know how to write their own music.