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South Park Faith Hilling the GOP
The one thing that sets South Park apart from its competition isn’t its slick wit and hilarious social commentary, though it does have both. South Park is the only animated series that can comment of pop culture as it’s happening, and it plans to do so with the GOP Debate in the upcoming episode “Faith Hilling.” With its fast turn around time, South Park will be able to make fun of this event in quick order before anyone else gets a chance.
You can see a clip from the episode down below. It certainly promises classic South Park satire. This isn’t the first time South Park has tackled politics. The long running series was able to make an episode about Obama becoming president the day after the election! That’s impressive comic speed. I’m sure they planned ahead a little bit by making alternate scenes in case Obama didn’t win, but that’s beside the point.
Having been on air for as long as it has (16 seasons and counting!), its amazing South Park is even half as creatively rewarding as it was when it was still in its prime. The show has shown some signs of slowing down, but that doesn’t necessarily mean its ready to stop. As long as they can still crank out quality episodes, even if they aren’t as good as they were in earlier seasons, I say South Park can run as long as the creators want it to.