Through a series of challenges, both relationship- and business-driven, Omarosa attempts to choose a mate from a stable of 12 bachelors.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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Herbert Garrison, formerly known as Janet Garrison, is a fictional character in the American animated television series South Park, He is voiced by Trey Parker and first appeared on television on August 13, 1997 in South Park's pilot episode “Cartman Gets an Anal Probe”. Mr. Garrison was depicted primarily as a teacher until his dismissal, and then mounted a campaign that resulted in his election as President of the United States. Garrison is particularly cynical, especially in comparison with the rest of South Park's adults, and he is one of the few characters to ever break the fourth wall on the show. For the first eight seasons of the series, the character was known as Mr. Garrison. He underwent a sex change in the season 9 premiere “Mr. Garrison's Fancy New Vagina”. The character was thereafter known to the other characters as Janet Garrison or Mrs. Garrison, despite being unmarried. In the season 12 episode “Eek, a Penis!”, he undergoes yet another sex change operation, returning to being a man. Mr. Garrison was in part inspired by a kindergarten teacher who taught Trey Parker, and who used a puppet named Mr. Hat as a teaching resource. Mr. Garrison was also inspired by a British literature professor Parker had at the University of Colorado; Parker said the voice he uses for the character is a dead-accurate impression of him. Parker said he believes Mr. Garrison has become one of the most complex characters on South Park, particularly due to his ever-growing relationship with Mr. Hat and his sexuality and gender issues; Parker said of Mr. Garrison, “He's the soap opera element to the whole series. [He] has a real story going on.”
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In the episode “Eek, a Penis!”, Mrs. Garrison becomes tired of living as a woman and wants to start living as a man again. After seeing a news report on TV about using genetic engineering to grow human body parts on mice, she pays all of her money to the laboratory to grow a penis on a mouse. The mouse escapes, and throughout the episode Mrs. Garrison looks around various places. But the penis eventually comes to her and Mrs. Garrison completes the procedure. Upon returning to the school, he then proclaims that the key difference to anyone being male or female is whether they can get pregnant or not. He even claims that whoever cannot make babies is a male, including infertile women. When a man tells Garrison about his wife's ovarian cancer, Garrison dismissively tells him “your wife's a dude, faggot” and that he should get tested for AIDS, indicating a return to his previous homophobic behavior. In the following episode, “Over Logging”, Garrison can be seen smoking a pipe and parading around in a red smoking jacket, à la Hugh Hefner, and this could indicate an attitude of “straightness”. Also, in the episode “About Last Night...”, he is shown to be a John McCain supporter, playing on the fact that gays do not usually support conservatives. He also does not appear with the South Park gay people in “The F Word”. In “200”, he at first assists Stan, Kyle and Cartman in angering Tom Cruise, but also later is consulted by Cartman regarding the events of “Cartman's Mom Is Still a Dirty Slut”, after Mitch Connor tells Cartman that the allegations Ms. Cartman was intersex and Cartman's father are a lie – while Garrison tries to steer Cartman away, Cartman convinces him to bring out Mr. Hat, and Mr. Hat confesses the declaration of Ms. Cartman being his father (and intersex) was fake and that Eric Cartman's real father was in the room. The episode ends with an abrupt cliffhanger while Garrison is about to reveal the identity of Cartman's father. After his return to the male gender, Mr. Garrison's behavior was shown to be less eccentric than before, with significantly fewer acts of deviant sexual behavior, outrageous outbursts, racism, or psychotic episodes.