South Park to show life without ‘racist, trigger-happy’ cops

10 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

PC Citizens of ‘South Park’ Banish Their ‘Racist, Trigger-Happy’ Police Force.

The long-running Comedy Central hit will skewer the ongoing tension between police and citizens in an episode airing Wednesday in which the fictional Colorado town decides they no longer need the police department. South Park is continuing to up the ante on their take of PC culture this season, for their upcoming episode will imagine what things could be like when the cartoon town decides it doesn’t need a police force anymore.

The nineteenth season of South Park hasn’t been as politically charged in its last few outings, even as the revered Comedy Central cartoon continues its experiment with PC culture and continuity, but this Wednesday will land right back in the hot seat. Comedy Central released a clip and first details of Wednesday’s episode, saying that Officer Barbrady would be the next casualty of the town’s move to become a wonderland of political correctness. So cool.” The new episode follows an entire season’s worth of gags skewering political correctness, gentrification, Donald Trump, and Caitlyn Jenner. The above clip even invokes “Not All Cops” within a few moments, while so reads the “Naughty Ninjas” press release: When Kenny leads the boys in playing Ninja Warriors, a foreign terrorist organization takes notice in an all-new episode of “South Park” titled “Naughty Ninjas” on Wednesday, November 11 at 10:00 p.m. EW’s Darren Franich recently declared, in a deep-dive review that received heavy online interest, that this marks the long-running animated comedy’s best season in a decade.

Given the ubiquity of complaints against police these days, South Park looks to be heading into the final stretch of Season 19 guns blazing, an unfortunately literal turn of phrase. New episodes and a selection of curated episodes will be available to stream on the free, ad-supported Hulu.com,SouthPark.cc.com , cc.com and the Comedy Central App. The uncensored episodes are also available for download on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, XBOX Live, Google Play, Sony Entertainment Network, Vudu and Verizon Flexview. “South Park’s” first eighteen seasons are also available in Spanish on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video.

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