"A collection of love ballads for the 80's man."
Trey Parker and Matt Stone Talk About Why The Book of Mormon Isn’t Actually Offensive, and the Future of South Park
"If you want to end up with a show where people look to the sky and say, 'Thank you, God,' you have start at a place where they say, 'Fuck you, God.'"
He was way into musicals.
"In the end, there are some lines that we had to call and apologize for."
Or maybe there's really only one way to parody 'Inception.'
On last night's episode, a DiCaprio doppelgänger tried to make sense of the film's dream-warrior premise.
A wild and smoosh-hungry Snooki terrorizes the good people of South Park.
20-year-old charged with providing material support to Somali terror group.
Towlie the towel is addicted to marijuana. And crystal meth. And crack.
It's officially a trend!
'The Simpsons' (kind of) voiced their solidarity.
Last night's episode was aired with the Muslim prophet's name and image censored.
And don't forget Darkwing Duck, Zorro the Gay Blade, and Buttman! Fear their lack of power!
'Book of Mormon' to open in March 2011.
Tomorrow night's the bringing-back-everyone-we've-ever-offended episode.
Looks about right.
Parker and Stone take on another "sacred" topic.
Plus: The 'South Park' guys hit the stage.
We're sure even noted Gaga interpreter Jude Law would approve.
Plus: Clive Owen! Catherine Keener! Bros!
As you might expect, caps lock was involved.
Matt Stone and Trey Parker have done it again.
The answer is yes.
Apparently Paramount executives missed Wednesday night's episode of 'South Park.'