Friday, July 31, 2015

VIDEO: 'South Park' skewers Kanye (again), calls Kim Kardashian a hobbit

Just when you were starting to tire of Kanye/fishsticks jokes (just kidding, they'll never get old), the geniuses behind Comedy Central's South Park brought the controversial singer back for their most recent episode. In it, Kanye and his insufferable diatribes descend on South Park to defend Kim Kardashian's honor when someone starts a rumor that she's actually a hobbit.

VIDEO: 'South Park' skewers Kanye (again), calls Kim Kardashian a hobbit

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Just when you were starting to tire of Kanye/fishsticks jokes (just kidding, they'll never get old), the geniuses behind Comedy Central's South Park brought the controversial singer back for their most recent episode. In it, Kanye and his insufferable diatribes descend on South Park to defend Kim Kardashian's honor when someone starts a rumor that she's actually a hobbit.

Of course, South Park takes some liberties with Kanye's "Bound 2" video and offers a wonderful VMAs callback when Kanye interrupts Pope Francis at Time's Person of the Year ceremony. Spend the next seven minutes cackling in your cubicle as Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Bill Hader, and the rest of the South Park writers make fun of Kanye.

Click here to watch the video.

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