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The 'South Park' Boys Finally Returned to Reality Last Night

Last night's South Park episode "Grounded Vindaloop" saw the crew exploring the virtual reality world of Oculus, but the real treat came during the final 20 seconds when the boys finally returned to reality. It's a surprise South Park has pulled before, but not with this level of adorable accuracy.

Comedy Central Sets Premiere Dates for 'South Park,' 'Adam Devine's House Party,' and More

Comedy Central set its fall lineup premiere dates today, and in addition to the previously announced fourth season premiere of Key and Peele on September 24th at 10:30pm, according to Deadline the network has lined up the 18th season premiere of its Emmy-winning hit South Park the same night at 10:00pm. It's been a big year for South Park with the release of a video game, comprehensive episode library on Hulu Plus, and one of its strongest seasons yet.

In other Comedy Central premiere date news, Tosh.0 will return with new episodes on Tuesday, August 26th at 10:00pm, Tosh's animated series Brickleberry will kick [...]

'Fuzzies', the Lost Creature Feature Screenplay from 'South Park's Trey Parker

"The Script Pile" is a biweekly column on Splitsider that takes a look at the screenplays for high-profile movie and TV comedies that never made it to the screen.

In 1996, a year ahead of Comedy Central picking up South Park, the show's co-creator Trey Parker sold his first movie. Called Fuzzies, the script was written by a 24-year-old Parker, and it's a hard-to-classify feature, different than anything Parker and partner-in-crime Matt Stone have made in the nearly two decades since.

Fuzzies is a live-action movie about a mentally disabled 9-year-old boy defending his small Colorado town from being destroyed by eight-foot-tall monsters that live in the mountains. The [...]

Video Game 'South Park: The Stick of Truth' Is Finally Coming Out March 6th

After several delays, the new South Park video game, South Park: The Stick of Truth is set to finally be released. The game's developers announced this week that the game is now finished and that it'll be coming out in the US on March 4th for PC, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. Matt Stone and Trey Parker wrote the script to the role-playing game and voiced all the characters and it looks to be a cut above previous South Park video games. The Stick of Truth was originally supposed to be released last March but was delayed and delayed again.

Check out a two-year-old trailer [...]

Checking in on 'South Park' Halfway Through Season 17

South Park has dealt with its one-week turnaround for years. Because of it, like Norm MacDonald once said of SNL, South Park is one of the few places where you can go to be bad. The short production schedule from writing to editing to animating to voicing gives the show some leeway with viewers. This frees Stone and Parker to try some sillier ideas; though, it also allows them to get a little attention deficit with their stronger episodes.

This season, however, the schedule has been a curse. For the first time in over a decade, Parker and Stone missed a deadline, leaving Comedy Central to air a repeat, [...]

Here's a Sneak Peek of 'South Park's 18th Season

South Park's 18th season premieres this Wednesday at 10:00pm, and Comedy Central released the above sneak peek featuring Cartman as the head of a corporation that's taken advantage of the pulled trademark for the Washington Redskins' team name, which deeply offends team owner Dan Snyder.

Every Season of 'South Park' Is Coming to Hulu Plus

Good news for South Park fans but bad news for those without Hulu Plus: At the Television Critics Association press tour on Saturday, Hulu announced that it's made a pact with Trey Parker and Matt Stone to stream the entire South Park library on Hulu Plus. All 17 seasons will be available on Hulu for free until South Park's 18th season premiere on Comedy Central come September 24th, when the library (including all new episodes) will switch over to Hulu Plus for subscribers only. All of South Park's episodes have always been available via the South Park Studios website, but once the show makes the switch to Hulu [...]

Here's the Uncensored Trailer for 'South Park: The Stick of Truth'

Today, South Park Studios unveiled the uncensored trailer for South Park: The Stick of Truth, the long-awaited video game that finally hits stores today. The trailer promises goths, zombie cows, abortions, Canada, and a pretty graphic shot of Randy getting probed by an alien, so if that sounds like your kind of game then today's your lucky day.

17 Years In, 'South Park' Delivered One of Its Strongest Seasons Yet

Consistency defined South Park’s 17th season. With a shortened 10 episode run, Trey Parker and Matt Stone streamlined their process and attacked a spectrum of targets, from religion and the Zimmerman verdict to Game of Thrones and the console wars, with concise and articulate shots at popular culture. Each plot escalated gradually and logically as clear points and hilarious commentary filled this season with some of the show’s best moments in years.

Story arcs on South Park use a strict code of cause and effect. Parker decides on a theme and writes to this simple rule: if he can place the words "but," "because," or "therefore" between each [...]

This Week in Comedy: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Are Hosting the Next Two Golden Globes, and 'Community' Is Coming Back

-Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host the Golden Globes for the next two years.

-Kenan Thompson gave a quote about SNL's lack of diversity, and we investigated the issue in-depth.

-NBC announced Community is coming back in January.

-Former Academic Supervisor of UCB NY Will Hines wrote about improv as a religion and why people get obsessed.

-South Park missed its deadline for the first time in 16 years due to a power outage at the studio.

-We looked at how Louis C.K.'s directing style helps translate his standup to the screen in Louie.

-We reviewed The Birthday Boys' new IFC show, which [...]

Watch Episodes of 'The Office,' 'Rick and Morty,' 'The Simpsons,' and More with the Jokes Removed

Recently a Redditor decided to edit episodes of Seinfeld, Friends, and The Big Bang Theory to include only plot information and no jokes, and the result was an interesting look at how all three shows approach story and punchlines. If those three shows weren't enough, the same Redditor has gone and edited episodes of Community, The Office, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Everybody Loves Raymond, The Simpsons, Family Guy, South Park, and Rick and Morty. Of all the shows highlighted in this series so far, The Office currently has the smallest plot with a clip that lasts just over a minute, while Adult Swim's Rick and Morty leads the pack with [...]

'The Book of Mormon' Visits 'South Park' in This Animated "Hello!" Video

Here's a fun South Park-style animated video set to the tune of "Hello!" from Trey Parker and Matt Stone's Book of Mormon musical made by a fan of both productions. Note that Wendy is not impressed. (via)

Check Out Nearly 15 Minutes of 'South Park: The Stick of Truth' Gameplay Footage

Today South Park Studios released some gameplay footage from the long awaited video game South Park: The Stick of Truth, and it's pretty incredible. The game pretty much plays like an average episode of South Park, only you play as a little boy named Douchebag (nicknamed by Cartman, of course) and you can choose to play as a Fighter, Mage, Thief, or Jew. The game is available on March 4th, but you can pre-order it here.

'South Park' Improved the 'Game of Thrones' Theme Song

From last night's Game of Thrones-centric episode of South Park, here's the updated a cappella version of Games of Thrones' theme song, which contains some spoilers from the books and also the word "wiener" a bunch of times.