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|religion = Buddhist}}'''Philip Glass''' appears in the background in the [[Season One]] episode, "[[Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo]]" as the minimalist composer from New York who performs music during the "happy, non-offensive, non-denominational Christmas Play".
'''Philip Glass''' appears in the background in the [[Season One]] episode, "[[Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo]]" as the minimalist composer from New York who performs music during the "happy, non-offensive, non-denominational Christmas Play".
 
   
 
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Philip Glass appears in the background in the Season One episode, "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" as the minimalist composer from New York who performs music during the "happy, non-offensive, non-denominational Christmas Play".

AppearanceEdit

Phillip Glass wears a black shirt, black pants, and has curly black hair. He can be seen in front of two gray keyboards.

TriviaEdit

  • Matt Stone and Trey Parker strongly dislike Glass, citing him taking the character and the magic out of Christmas. They they mention that can "you basically give a third grader a keyboard, tell him to mess around, sell that music as one of Phillip Glass' albums, and no one would know the difference."[2]

ProminenceEdit

ReferencesEdit

Music Celebrities
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