Subscribe To Topics You're Interested In
I've already subscribed
South Park returns for its 17th season this Wednesday night, and we now have a look at what the kids are getting up to as the Comedy Central animated series resumes. Based on the new clip from Wednesday night's "Let Go, Let Gov," seems Cartman's having a rather strong reaction to learning that the NSA is snooping into people's personal business, but he's found a way around that.
South Park is practically synonymous with celebrity mocking. Well, that and poop jokes. But until today, I wasn’t aware of just how many celebrities have been given the South Park treatment. From Pope Benedict to Oprah Winfrey, Comedy Central’s flagship animated series has taken a shot at hundreds of famous people. And now, we have a comprehensive list of them.
With Trey Parker and Matt Stone continuing to branch out in the entertainment industry, it's not all that surprising to hear that, moving forward, South Park will be airing shorter seasons. But given the animated comedy series' lengthy run and the mentioned busy professional lives of its creators, a few less episodes is hardly terrible news by comparison to Stone and Parker being too busy to make the show at all, right?
For those of us who don't partake in the Christmas festivities, there are still many great ways to celebrate the winter holidays. And obviously, since there are also many television characters who are also on the outside looking in when it comes to Santa, stockings and trees, not to mention the whole birth of Jesus thing, the small screen offers plenty of plot lines that don't involve chestnuts roasting on an open fire and celebrate, well, a wide range of festivities
South Park closed out its 16th season with an episode that combined the two things everyone's been talking about for the last week and a half. One involves voting, the other involves the Force. Those who weren't able to keep up with the plot had the benefit of a certain beloved actor and narrator there to explain it. And for those who didn't catch the episode last night, it's online now! Grab your lightsaber and a plate of General Tso's Chicken and check it out!
Has South Park predicted the outcome of the presidential election? It certainly seems so by the title of this week's episode, "Obama Wins." We'll have to wait and see if the title proves accurate, and we'll know the answer to that by the time the episode airs. Regardless, based on the description and clip from the episode, it looks like Election Day has come to South Park and Cartman has figured out a way to take an active role in the voting process.
What happens when word gets out that a beloved sports icon has been using performance-enhancing drugs? We've seen the outcome before, and it seems such a scenario is set to play out in South Park this Wendesday night. The clip we have to show you has the characters of Comedy Central's South Park lined up to cut off their yellow bracelets.
Tonight on South Park, the Avengers will assemble! Well, kind of. Spoiler alert: There are only four Avengers in this team, they're pint-size and one of them will be appearing via FaceTime. Check out the clip from tonight's A "Nightmare On FaceTime" to see what Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny are up to this Halloween!
The mystery of Butters may be unlocked during tonight's episode of South Park. The plot synopsis for "Going Native" indicate that this will be a very Butters episode, and in the grand tradition of classic comedies (I am mainly referring to The Brady Bunch and Full House here), a trip to Hawaii may be in the cards.
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.