In a deal that underscores the increasing fragmentation of digital streaming services, Hulu announced over the weekend that it has acquired exclusive streaming rights to South Park. The deal, valued by The New York Times at more than $80 million, gives Hulu the streaming rights to the Trey Parker and Matt Stone cartoon’s entire back catalog, as well as new episodes following their premiere on Comedy Central.
Cartman is known for his vulgarity, crazy antics and masterful plots. He’s offensive, racist, misogynistic, inconsiderate, bigoted, prejudiced, and anti-Semitic — and that’s why we love him.
The only bad part of this pretty great game is that you might just wish you were watching it instead.
Sure, Arnold might not be an ACTUAL football head anymore, but he does look pretty cool.
And it is pretty great again, too.
Today we are all victims of the cable company.
You know, in its own South Park-y way.
Because you know that life is full of pain and total conformists.
The show holds what is probably the greatest Guinness World Record ever.
Throughout the national debate on marriage equality, TV comedies have been supporting LGBT rights while making viewers laugh.
A quick and (hopefully) easy quiz.
WARNING: This post might cause the intense urge to watch The Powerpuff Girls immediately.
Ugh, so much homework. Gotta read The Hobbit, write a dissertation about the evolution of zombies in media, and watch Season 4 of Buffy before Monday!
+10000 points for the flawless inclusion of Flag Lady.
Or if they were drawn more realistically, I suppose.
There’s roughly 399 swear words in South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut. This is all of them, including the singing swears. NSFW language, obviously.
Time for some ‘sketti wrestling. Oh, and Michelle Obama was there, too!
This clip is from South Park’s 9th season feels particularly relevant in the wake of Katie Holmes filing for divorce from Tom Cruise. If you’re unfamiliar with Scientology, consider this a quick refresher course.
Play as the new kid in South Park. Most definitely the sleeper hit of Microsoft’s press conference.
Oh my God! They tilled Kenny 99 different ways! Those bastards! Check out the complete list of the many ways Kenny has died over the last 16 seasons and 255 episodes or South Park.
From the school-wide “Let’s Make Bullying Kill Itself” performance to Stan’s trip to San Diego where he was found masturbating naked on a busy street corner like the KONY 2012 leader was, last night’s “South Park” was fully committed to tackling the hot-button issue of bullying.
As if “South Park” had read our minds, the topic of last night’s episode was memes, the internet, and cat breading. Cat breading! Needless to say, it was a great episode.
If “South Park” is to be believed — and I almost always believe anything that comes from the mind of Trey Parker and Matt Stone — HSN and Cash4Gold are just an endless cycle of crap jewelry being marketed towards old people. Here’s how:
If your mother asks you not to, you should NEVER leave the toilet seat up because she’ll get stuck and die. Let this be a lesson to us all.
The sixteenth season of “South Park” debuts this week with an episode that revolves around Randy Marsh getting a ticket for using the toilet without a seatbelt. A clip of said bathroom-kerfuffle can be seen below.
The new line of shirts feature Cartman, Butters, and Randy Marsh stark naked with the words “Protect Your Largest Organ” on their lower half (perfectly aligned to hide their nether-regions). You and I both know that Matt Stone and Trey Parker wouldn’t lend their precious characters for just any ol’ reason, and they aren’t: the tees will benefit skin cancer research.
“Screw you guys, I’m going home!” Even though this guy apparently dresses up as the “South Park” character on purpose, the photo itself wasn’t part of a set-up. Plus, IT’S CARTMAN! IRL!
Good news! A preview of the “South Park: The Game” reveals the plot — “a new character arriving in the town and determined to make friends with the local kids” — as well as some game play.
Man, these guys are fast. From last night’s episode, The Poor Kid.