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‘South Park’ hilariously rips on today’s music in last night’s episode
10.09.2014
08:54 am

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Here’s a little cut from last night’s South Park—episode 3 of season 18 titled “The Cissy”—where Randy shows his son Stan how it’s really done in the music world today.

Matt Stone and Trey Parker nail it as usual. Nail it.

 
h/t Peter Serafinowicz

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South Park Throbbing Gristle
06.27.2012
07:35 pm

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Music
Punk
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‘The Giant Beaver Of Southern Sri Lanka’: Early short from ‘South Park’ co-creator, Trey Parker
06.11.2012
05:02 pm

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“Knock, knock.”

“Uh… who’s there?

“A giant beaver who’s about to kill us both!!!”

“The Giant Beaver Of Southern Sri Lanka,” is a 1989 student short made by at the University of Colorado in 1989, by future South Park co-creator Trey Parker.

It will probably come as no surprise from the title that the short film features a Godzilla-style rampaging beaver. It’s not complete, but I don’t think it really matters!

From that information you’ll know whether or not to proceed, I suppose.
 

 
Via i09

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‘South Park’s’ Cartman in real life
02.06.2012
04:40 pm

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Eric Cartman


 

 
According to Redditor lkmeq, this Eric Cartman IRL isn’t a set-up, and is indeed what this Chicago-based gentleman actually looks like. In fact, the man in question, apparently is constantly catching folks covertly snapping photos of him on their phones.    

The manipulated photo with the South Park background was done by the fine folks on reddit.

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It’s Freej: Dubai’s Answer To South Park
09.03.2009
10:52 pm

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Meet the stars of Freej, Dubai’s first 3-D animated series.  If you’re wondering which of the above four grannies plays the “Cartman,” rest assured these ladies get nowhere near Satan, J-Lo, or even Casa Bonita.  The humor here instead “tackles hot topics like wedding traditions and bribery in a distinctly Arab way, sometimes merely hinting at issues.”

But this is not to say series creator, 31-year-old Mohammed Saeed Harib, shies completely away from button-pushing.  In Freej’s first season, an episode alluded to Islamic extremism.  It was pulled from repeat broadcasts, but managed to later wind up on DVD.

 

 
In the NYT: Dubai Superheroes: Little Old Grannies Who Wear Veils

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