"GINGERS DO HAVE SOULS!!" is the 1st episode of CopperCab.
ITS SERIOUSLY GETTING OLD! GINGERS HAVE SOULS SERIOUSLY I HATE SOUTH PARK ALL THEY DO IS INSULT PEOPLE AND IVE HAD ENOUGH OF ALL OF IT I WANT SOUTHPARK BOYCOTTED
IF YOU HAVE RED HAIR.. GOOD FOR YOU! BE PROUD OF WHO YOU ARE! LIKE ME!
Click the link below to view my latest video letting the jerks and haters know exactly what i think about them.
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This video has received mostly favorable reactions from viewers and the YouTube community.
People have criticized Michael, stating that redheads do not have souls (which isn't true at all).
The video was parodied and / or remixed many times by people, which Michael soon took notice of and got offended, stating that he doesn't care if they remix him.
This video is widely regarded as the video that rose Michael to fame as it is the first one and his most viewed, with over 37 million views (as of February 2015). Ray William Johnson helped catapult it to fame by featuring it in an episode of =3. Unlike a majority of the more recent CopperCab videos, "GINGERS DO HAVE SOULS!!" received a mainly positive reception from YouTube, with around 70% of the total votes being likes (instead of dislikes), as of late August 2012.
The video is known for Michael standing at an angle so that the viewer(s) can see cars driving by over and over for the entire length of the video. South Park made the video even more famous by producing a parody, using Cartman as Michael, with the former being in a backyard very similar to the one in the original video. This parody sparked the foundation of "WE MUST STOP THEM!!", which was a message to the TV show to never mock him again; however, they ignored him and this prompted Michael to stop watching the show for good and remember it as the show he hates the most.