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John Oliver's Net Neutrality Segment Crashed the FCC's Comments System

On Sunday's episode of his new show Last Week Tonight, John Oliver called for creepy internet commenters to complain directly to the FCC about how cable companies are trying to end net neutrality (or as he says it should be called, "preventing cable company fuckery"). Oliver informed viewers that the FCC is actually accepting internet comments at fcc.gov/comments for the next 120 days.

Here's Oliver's passionate call to arms for internet commenters:

I can't believe I'm about to do this, but I would like to address internet commenters out there directly. [deep breath] Good evening, monsters. This may be the moment you’ve spent your whole lives training for … [...]

The New 'South Park' Won't Air Tonight Because of a Power Outage at the Studio

For years, Trey Parker, Matt Stone, and their team have been making new episodes of South Park at the last minute before they air, but tonight, they won't have the new episode ready in time for the first time ever due to a power outage. According to a posting on South Park's official website, South Park Studios lost power last night for several hours, shutting down all their computers and equipment and making it so that tonight's planned new episode won't be finished in time to make its deadline. "It sucks to miss an air date but after all these years of tempting fate by delivering the show last minute, I guess [...]