The actress says that she was fired from the animated series after "talking too much" in the writers' room.
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Following last fall's talker "Pandemic Special," "South Park" is returning with its second COVID-19 episode next month, this one with a vaccine theme.
“South Park” took a shot at Harvey Weinstein in its latest episode, a week after the disgraced movie mogul was mocked by a comedian at a New York comedy club, where he made an appearance.In Wednesday’s episode, “Tegridy Farms Halloween Special,” Randy Marsh starts hallucinating after he smokes tainted weed that was laced with chemicals by his daughter, Shelly, who tried to destroy his marijuana crops. The altered pot makes him see scary images, including a zombie Winnie the Pooh (a reference to an earlier episode that was critical of China). He then calls the police to tell them he is being raped by Weinstein.At the end of the episode, Randy wakes up a few days later and realizes that none of it was real until he finds a used condom in the trash.Also Read: HBO Max Lands 'South Park' Reruns in Massive $500 Million Streaming DealLast week, a confrontation between Weinstein and Zoe Stuckless, an actor-playwright, who objected to his presence at an event for actors ended with Stuckless — not Weinstein — being ejected.Stuckless and several women attending the event called out Weinstein for appearing at the speakeasy-style event hosted by Actor’s Hour at the Downtime Bar in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Stuckless questioned why Weinstein — the disgraced movie mogul who will soon face trial on five criminal counts, including rape and predatory sexual assault — was welcomed.“Nobody’s going to say anything? Nobody’s really going to say anything?” Stuckless said, according to video taken at the event. “I’m going to stand four feet from a f–ing rapist and nobody’s going to say anything?” Another woman who performed at the event, comedian Kelly Bachman, told TheWrap she was booed for calling out Weinstein during her comedy set.Also Read: 'South Park' Already Roasted LeBron James Over His Response to Daryl Morey's China TweetIn her set, video of which was posted on Twitter, Bachman referred to Weinstein as “the elephant in the room” and “Freddy Krueger.” She was met with a few boos and someone in the audience can be heard telling her to “shut up.”Amber Rollo, another comedian who attended the event, said a friend of Weinstein’s called her a c– when she objected to his presence.Actor Michael Torello, who was present last week, and at an Actor’s Hour event a few weeks ago, said he saw Weinstein at both events. He said a comedian also called out Weinstein at the earlier event.Read original story ‘South Park’ Mocks Harvey Weinstein Following Public Reemergence At TheWrap
Days after being banned in China for criticizing censorship on the part of the Chinese government, "South Park" responded by fully embracing free speech.
South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have responded to China's reported move to ban the Comedy Central series in that country, following a recent episode that dinged the Chinese government and Hollywood's role in appeasing it. The episode, titled “Band In China,” sees the boys form a metal band and offered a biopic, […]
The second episode of the animated show's 23rd season critiqued Hollywood for shaping movies to please China.
The Comedy Central series had already put the Kavanaugh hearings, Roseanne Barr, and "offensive tweets" on blast before closing out with a troll of another beloved animated show.
“South Park” had to send Mr. Hankey to the racist and bigoted place he belongs, which turned out to be “The Simpsons” — and they even trolled Roseanne Barr along the way.
South Park fans were understandably confused on Wednesday when a teaser for the show’s upcoming 22nd season ended with the hashtag #CancelSouthPark. But before you join their choir of concern, let’s remember what show we’re talking about here. “America has reached a crossroads,” notes an overly serious voice at the beginning of the teaser, which […]
‘Tis the season to trim your Christmas tree, and what better way to personalize it than with your favorite movies, TV shows, music, and other pop culture favorites? The Mother of Dragons, Daenerys Stormborn, can fly alongside the King of the Seas, Aquaman. Pair up a dancing Baby Groot with the TARDIS from Doctor Who (maybe he can time travel his way into growing bigger), and see how well the Friends get along with Luke, Leia, Yoda, and the Star Wars gang. Christmas is a time to bring everyone together, right?
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones touched down in "South Park" this week to check out a science fair project that he believed would help the NFL's declining ratings.
"South Park" acknowledged Trump's election anniversary this week by bringing back President Garrison and welcoming Mike Pence, Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell to the fold.
On 'South Park,' fake news was running rampant on Facebook about Coon and Friends so they faced off against Mark Zuckerberg in a street brawl.
"South Park" took on the hot-button topic of Columbus Day. Disdain for the long-standing national holiday has grown as historians have pointed out the atrocities indigenous people suffered as a result of Christopher Columbus “discovering” the Americas.
On the “Put It Down” episode of South Park, creators called out “The President” for inciting violence with North Korea on Twitter.
In its season premiere, "South Park" takes aim at white supremacists and blue-collar workers.
Comedy Central released the first clip from Wednesday’s long-awaited premiere, titled “White People Renovating Houses."