Mama June just doesn’t much care for the way South Park made fun of her daughter in the recent episode Raising the Bar. In fact, she finds the show to be downright “trashy” and just not something a lady such as herself would want to be a part of. Ok, she didn't say the lady part.
Based on the preview for tonight's episode of South Park, the long-running Comedy Central animated comedy series will be having a little fun with The Dark Knight Rises. That as much of a hint as we'll give you before you watch the video! UPS appears to play a big role in tonight's "Insecurity," which involves some kind of security threat.
Make way Snooki, there's another reality TV star setting foot in South Park. Honey Boo Boo is on the way! The TLC tiara'd toddler is set to be featured in this week's episode of South Park, titled "Raising the Bar."
South Park returns tonight! The series' mid-season hiatus comes to an end as Season 16 resumes with "Sarcataball." From the preview and description we have to share with you for the episode, it seems this will be a Randy-focused episode, with a football theme.
A recent viewing of the documentary The Making of South Park: 6 Days to Air has had me craving new episodes of the long-running animated comedy series, South Park. Fortunately, Comedy Central announced today that they've set a date for the show's return for the second half of its sixteenth season. And it's just a couple of weeks away!
I'm not sure if this news will appeal more to die-hard South Park fans or to those who simply must have the latest Marc Jacobs anything. If you happen to be both, then you'll most definitely appreciate this. The "Muscle Man Marc Doll" featured during Season 15 of Comedy Central's long-running animated comedy series is now for sale.
Game of Thrones Is everywhere. It was just a matter of time before it made its way to South Park. Last night's episode of the Comedy Central animated series focused on a new girt at school and Cartman finding love… sort of. During this, a bizarre nod to HBO's series Game of Thrones made its way into the episode, and the kids' classroom.
We’ve seen some weird things on South Park before, and yet nothing could have prepared us for the adventure Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny were about to embark upon last night. An attempt to make the most of their last day of spring break yielded devastating results. Spoiler alert: Kenny died! And everyone got herpes. Also, things got a bit too real...
Ziplining’s what all the kids are doing these days, right? Well, it’s what the South Park kids are doing. The clip we have to show you from tonight’s episode, titled “I Should Have Never Gone Ziplining” not only shows Cartman’s wild ziplining ride, but also his reaction, which may not be what you'd expect.
Once again, South Park will address a popular issue. Bullies are an epidemic that appear to be threatening the small Colorado town, and the clip we have to show you from tonight’s episode shows us a snippet of what’s being done to deal with the situation.
Easter is this Sunday, and that’s something South Park apparently plans to acknowledge on some level with tonight’s episode, titled “Jewpacabra.” As you might expect, Cartman has something to do with the title, and he’s featured in the clip we have to show you. If you aren't too busy Taylor Swifting your way across the floor, check it out ahead...
Something strange is about to happen on South Park tonight. And by strange, I mean, I’m not sure what to make of the episode description for “Faith Hilling” or how it ties into the clip we have to show you, but have a look for yourselves.
It was probably just a matter of time before Cartman decided to get into the cash-for-gold business. Jewelry and money seem to be the combined theme of tonight’s episode of South Park. Check out a clip ahead, and a photo of Cartman’s new look...
The sixteenth season of South Park begins this Wednesday night. We have a clip from the episode, which should give you an idea of what’s going on in South Park as the series picks up. It’s pretty bizarre, to say the least...
As the years have passed, Parker and Stone have matured, keeping the show funny, but also commenting on the awful, odd, stupid things that happen in our world. Unlike most long-running shows that keep the same formula year after year and eventually get stale, South Park has grown as its youngest audience has. And no episode in the show’s 15-year run shows that off better than “You’re Getting Old.”