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Mr. Big Record Producer is a record producer and the antagonist in the episode "Chef Aid."
He is first seen meeted by Chef, who complained about a song called "Stinky Britches" that he wrote about 20 years ago, and demanded that he be given royalties for writing it. The producer refuses and instead decides to sue Chef for damages. Unfortunately for Chef, the producer hired the famed lawyer Johnnie Cochran to make Chef's case weak to the court. The plan was a success, and Chef is now forced to pay a settlement of $2,000,000 to the record company. Unable to pay for the settlement against him, Chef faced jail time. However, Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Cartman decided to come up with a music concert called "Chef Aid" to raise money to hire Johnnie Cochran to sue the record company for damages. Many favorite bands, such as Elton John, Ozzy Osbourne, and Primus, personally arrive to perform, allowing the boys to earn money from the cheering attendants. Upon hearing about this, the producer decides to sabotage the concert by sawing off one of the stage's braces so that the boys won't raise enough money pay Cochran's fees. Though the producer succeeds in breaking the stage and ruining the concert, a visiting Johnnie Cochran is touched by the musicians' efforts and decides to vouch for Chef for free, much to everyone's delight and the producer's dismay. After the trial is over, Chef wins and the producer is forced to pay him royalty fees for writing "Stinky Britches" and the damages that he has done to Chef Aid.
The Record Producer wears a white shirt, a red tie with black stripes, and a gray vest. He is mostly bald with black hair on the sides of his head, which he combs over.
He is a cruel man who views himself above the law, thus having no problem with suing Chef on irrational charges rather than compensate him for his song.