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South Park takes on Ozempic
May 15th, 2024 under South Park. [ Comments: none ]

South Park doesn’t shy away from controversy. In fact, Trey Parker and Matt Stone run towards it. For example, they have taken on the COVID-19 vaccine, streaming, Only Fans (I am still not over that), and Stanley Tumblers.

On May 24th, they are tackling Ozempic, the $ 1,000-a-month weight loss medicine. In SOUTH PARK: THE END OF OBESITY, the advent of new weight loss drugs has a huge impact on everyone in South Park. When Cartman is denied access to the life-changing medicine, the kids jump into action.

I can’t wait to see the skinny of their take because you know those fat cats will destroy all those people who are taking it when they don’t have to.


South Park: Not Suitable For Children is truly not suitable for children
December 20th, 2023 under South Park. [ Comments: none ]

So I woke up this morning, and I got an email from Comedy Central telling me there was a new South Park movie to stream on Paramount+. Since I had nothing else to watch, I figured I would give it a try.

Let’s just say. It takes a lot to shock me, and South Park: Not Suitable For Children did just that.

The 45-minute special starts out with a teacher being busted for having an OnlyFans page. During the parent/teacher meeting about it, Randy finds out how much money she makes and decides to create his own OnlyFans account.

I have seen a lot of crude things in animation, but Randy’s dick and hairy balls is an image that will forever be etched in my mind. And we see it a lot.

Believe me, I have no problem with seeing a nude man. But when you see this, you will understand why I had to text my sexting buddies for dick pics. And it still didn’t help.

It isn’t only about Randy. It is also about the kids drinking the new sugary sports drink, Cred. They are all drinking it because an influencer told them to. But who is that influencer, and why are they doing it? That is what Randy and the kids are going to have to find out. And what happens when they do?

It might sound like I didn’t like this special. And that is wrong. I enjoyed it. Not because there were so many penises. Because I like to see the male anatomy on my television. But because they pushed so many buttons in such a short time. Just like they did in Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s first movie.

So, if you need a release this holiday season, then this is it.

Before you press play, pour some Brandy in the egg nog and drink every time you see Randy’s limp dick. You will be drunk before you know it.


Well, this South Park event is going to be special
October 11th, 2023 under South Park. [ Comments: none ]

For over 25 years, Cartman, Kenny, Stan, and Butters have looked the same. But they are getting a transformation on October 27th in South Park Joining The Panderverse on Paramount+.

Cartman’s deeply disturbing dreams portend the end of the life he knows and loves. The adults in South Park are also wrestling with their own life decisions as the advent of AI is turning their world upside down.

After watching that teaser, I have no idea what we are in for. And because of that I can’t wait to watch our favorite boys become girls.


South Park takes on the vaccine!
February 19th, 2021 under Coronavirus, South Park. [ Comments: none ]
South Park is getting a special episode on March 10th, and it is about taking a COVID-19 vaccine.

According to Comedy Central, “The citizens of South ParQ are clamoring for the COVID-19 vaccine. A hilarious new militant group tries to stop the boys from getting their teacher vaccinated.”

If anyone can convince people to get the shot, it is Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

If there is anyone that can destroy Qanon better than anyone else, it also them. I can’t wait to see what they do to Q because the conspiracy theorists will never be the same after this. Ask Tom Cruise and R Kelly what happened to them after they were feature on South ParQ.


South Park returns with a one-hour pandemic special
September 15th, 2020 under South Park. [ Comments: none ]

Trey Parker and Matt Stone have never shied away from taking on taboo topics and current events South Park, and they are not going to stop now. On September 30th, they are doing a one-hour special episode about the coronavirus pandemic.

Guess what the title is for it? They are calling it The Pandemic Special. Something even Cartman can remember.

Comedy Central describes it, “Randy comes to terms with his role in the COVID-19 outbreak as the on-going pandemic presents continued challenges to the citizens of South Park. The kids happily head back to school but nothing resembles the normal that they once knew; not their teachers, not their homeroom, not even Eric Cartman.”

How abnormal will it be? We will have to tune in in 15 days to find out. That and to hear them say, “Oh no, COVID-19 killed Kenny.”


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