Brooks, Bernie Mac, Lil' Kim, Ludacris, William Shatner,
Jennifer Tilly, Peter Gilstrap, Jill Talley,
John C. McGinley,
Mark Brooks, Peter Gilstrap
Writer: Mark Brooks, Peter Gilstrap
Produced by: Mark Brooks, Peter Gilstrap, Amy Pell
Pimp is based on the Internet animated series created
by former rock musicians turned journalists turned directors,
Mark Brooks and Peter Gilstrap. In it, South Park apparently
meets hip hop in Lil' Pimp. The little boy just doesn't
seem to fit in at home in squeaky-clean suburbia. His
only friend is a foul-mouthed talking gerbil, Weathers
(Ludacris). Then one day, by accident, he runs into
a bodacious working girl, Sweet Chiffon (Lil' Kim),
who takes him to a bar called Playground, a hip-hop
wonderland where he befriends master pimp Fruit Juice
(Bernie Mac) and is introduced to the world of pimping.
There's no place like the Playground and Lil' Pimp calls
it home. But his new life is endangered by the machinations
of the city's scheming, duplicitous mayor Tony Gold
(William Shatner). Unless Gold can be exposed for the
conniving, double-crossing politician that he is, the
Playground and the neighborhood surrounding it will
be transformed into a toxic golf course. And Lil' Pimp
will be forced to return to the horrors of life in suburbia.
suspect this is aimed at the 16-24 demographics. So
if South Park ain't your cup of barf, forget it.
I asked for a Fruit Juice I didn't expect a Pimp.
Not that I know what a pimp is being only five"