Friday, October 9, 2015

'South Park': Is fix in for Obama?

Maybe it's not a November surprise that the guys who wrote "Book of Mormon" don't think Mitt Romney is going to be our next president.

'South Park': Is fix in for Obama?


Maybe it's not a November surprise that the guys who wrote "Book of Mormon" don't think Mitt Romney is going to be our next president.

But for those who can't read one more poll or hang up on one more robocall and just want this election to be over already, we give you Wednesday's "South Park" (10 p.m.,  Comedy Central), which is called -- wait for it -- "Obama Wins!"

Seems, according to the network, that "Cartman is hiding something in his bedroom that could change the outcome of the entire election.  While Americans innocently plan to go to sleep Tuesday night with the election results counted and a winner announced, Cartman has secretly wrestled control of the Presidential election from the voters."

 Of course, with only one scene available, we can't really say WHO the fix might be in for.

Daily News TV Critic
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As the TV critic for the Philadelphia Daily News, I've always believed my job is less about thumbs -- up or down -- and more about the conversation. Because the more choices we have, the fewer people in our lives know what we're talking about when we say, "Did you see that?" And that's when television really starts to get interesting.

Ellen Gray Daily News TV Critic
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