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'South Park' Creators Offer Fans a Chance to Be In an Episode

The unique opportunity is via donating to Next for Autism.   ...Read More...

It’s Never Been More Challenging to be a PC Principal on the Next South Park

After parodying the declining viewership and attendance of the National Football League due to the national anthem protests during the previous episode, South Park will tackle the challenge of being a PC Principal this coming Wednesday. Prepare for another half-hour of laughter with Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Kenny, and the townsfolk of South Park on its next episode titled "Super Hard PCNess." "It’s never been more challenging to be a PC Principal. PC Principal is wrestling with some unfamiliar feelings. Meanwhile, boys will be boys except for Kyle who, for the first time, seems to see things differently from the rest of his friends," according to a statement released by Comedy Central regarding on what will happen on the show this Wednesday. You can now speculate on what current events will the show tackle and parody on its next episode. READ MORE...

The Crown, Outlander, and Other Shows to Watch on Thanksgiving Weekend

It is our solemn duty to eat too much food, collapse onto a sofa, then binge-watch television in a tryptophan-induced haze.  ...Read More...

'South Park' Takes Shot at Harvey Weinstein

The same joke was repeated as the kicker, which plays as the credits roll.   ...Read More...

South Park Blames Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg for Fake-News Debacle

Franchise Prequel is one of the seasons scrawnier episodes.   ...Read More...

'South Park' to Skewer White Oppression, Genealogy Sites

"Turns out I'm not totally white. I am also part northern Asian and even some Kurdish. I'm a victim of oppression," one white character says.   ...Read More... //

'South Park' Mocks Trump's Incessant, Reckless Tweeting

The show never actually uses the "T" word, calling him the president, but it is clear that Mr. Garrison is still the character.   ...Read More... //

South Park Sends a Message to Trump About North Korea and Nuclear War

Dont be on your phone while being president.  ...Read More... //

'South Park' Takes Aim at North Korea in New Episode

This is hardly the first time Trey Parker and Matt Stone have poked fun at the supreme leader.   ...Read More... //

“South Park: The Fractured But Whole‬” Controversial Racial Level Setting

"South Park" creators are known for their irreverent scenes and social satire that keeps us hanging off of the edges of our seats. Most episodes contain at least some content that could blow the doors off of political correctness, but there are moments when it comes full circle and if you hang with it, you’ll get what they’re really trying to say. It’s not a show you can watch for just a few minutes here and there if you really want to understand the messages that they’re throwing out. The new "South Park" video game The new video game that they’ve produced mimics the show. "South Park: The Fractured But Whole" is their new game that comes with a difficulty setting that becomes a monster when you decide that you want an avatar that has darker skin. The pros at Eurogamer were kind enough to give a walk through of the game. It’s narrated by Eric Cartman so expect to hear him sound off when you go to make the manipulations on the settings. There is no cause for alarm though, this won’t affect the game play at all. The game was developed at Ubisoft and the settings are controlled with a sliding bar that has an effect on how much money your character gets as well as the manner in which other characters will talk to you. READ MORE...