Wednesday, July 29, 2015

VIDEO: South Park plans Miley Cyrus, Trayvon Martin episodes

A new teaser trailer for the forthcoming 17th (!!!) season of South Park indicates that the long-running cartoon about elementary school kids growing up in a rural mountain town in Colorado will tackle some, ahem, divisive issues this year.

VIDEO: South Park plans Miley Cyrus, Trayvon Martin episodes

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A new teaser trailer for the forthcoming 17th (!!!) season of South Park indicates that the long-running cartoon about elementary school kids growing up in a rural mountain town in Colorado will tackle some, ahem, divisive issues this year.

South Park has been known for tackling controversial issues and making serious situations the subjects of hilariously vile cartoon antics. According to the teaser, South Park is coming back and "going there." Featured in the short clip are even shorter clips of George Zimmerman, Edward Snowden, and Miley Cyrus.

South Park is doing a Miley Cyrus episode and you know they're going to make fun of America for freaking out about a dance routine at the VMAs. I'm giddy with anticipation.

The new season premieres on Wednesday, September 25th. Brace yourselves.

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