If you ever wondered what the characters of South Park looked like in real life in the minds of Trey Parker and Matt Stone, wonder no more. Last night's crazy episode revealed what Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny would look like if they weren't just cartoons made of shapes and circles but actual humans instead.
"Do you have any idea how much fun we can have with this thing? We can spy on EVERYONE," declared Cartman on last night's episode of South Park. This week's show took on the problems with drones. One of which being they are so totally creepy.
Sure, complaining about cable is probably the quintessential first world problem but it's like cable companies get off in screwing you over. South Park captures the cable screw job perfectly: every customer wants changes to be made with cable but every cable company is just enjoying how many different ways they can…
South Park was unable to meet its deadline for the first time in its 240+ episode history because of a power outage. That's 17 straight seasons of somehow making things work on a short deadline until now. What a bummer!
The guys behind South Park might laugh a lot during the process, but the making of the weekly animated show is a brutal endeavor. This documentary, released last fall, joins creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone after the debut of their Broadway show "The Book of Mormon," just as the pair have returned to LA to work on…
For 14 years, South Park has taken the news and given it a unique and timely twist with a no-holds-barred candor that often leaves viewers in stitches. Tonight's Season 15 premiere—which took on the issue of Apple's secret tracking of iPhone and iPad users and added a disgustingly sinister twist courtesy of Steve…
South Park's 15th season is kicking off this Wednesday with an introduction of Apple's lastest revolutionary new product: The HUMANCENTiPad. Yup. It's exactly what it sounds like. The Human Centipede, which was disturbingly gross, combined with the iPad, which hasn't been gross until now.
Click to viewEvery time I forget about South Park, they go and do something to remind me just how funny they still are. This time, it's skewering Inception.
The beating of a 12-year-old redheaded boy this past Friday is linked to two of the favorite punching bags of those unwilling to directly blame the jerk kids responsible: Facebook and South Park.
Baby Gets Hit By Train, Strolls Away...There's a Hole In My Heart That Can Only Be Filled By—Stem Cells?...Beware Bobbies Bearing BlackBerries...Science Figures Out Why We Break Out Bubbly
Either Eric Cartman has started eating electronics or the design folk at Sony have some explaining to do regarding how they thought up the PSP Go. [Thanks, Joel!]
It's a good thing Apple is around to protect us all from offensive content. Otherwise, we might be exposed to the sort of filth that's available on basic cable. Horrors!
So what does Bill Gates really have to show for his years of hard work? Sure he built a software empire, and yeah he has been known as the richest man alive. But those things aren't as cool as being immortalized on film and in song. Maybe. Either way, he's been cartooned, acted, clayed, and even sung about. So with…