Trey Parker
Trey Parker
There's this whole thing out there about how kids are so innocent and pure. That's bullshit, man. Kids are malicious little fuckers. They totally jump on any bandwagon and rip on the weak guy at any chance. They say whatever bad word they can think of. They are total fucking bastards, but for some reason everyone has kids and forgets about what they were like when they were kids.

— RS 780


People come up to us all the time and say that we're selling South Park too much. We're like, "Dude - it's not us." It's like Matt and I are making T-shirts and going round to stores and telling them to put our drawings in the window. The Comedy Central station in America owns South Park, and all they care about are dollar signs - they're going to sell as much as they can for as long as they can and there's nothing we can do about it.

— FHM, May, 1999


Third Grade is really the time when you are at your peak of bastarddom, that's where the gold mine is.

— The National Post, January 28, 1999


Terrance and Phillip to us is us making fun of what the critics say South Park is. You know, because when we read these articles that say South Park is wall-to-wall fart jokes, that's all it is, it's like, no, here's wall-to-wall fart jokes.

— U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, 1998


Pick Me! I'm a real multimillionaire

— Salon Magazine


If I lose to Phil Collins, I'm going down and I'm taking all of you all with me.

— South Park Digest, March 8, 2000


Our chances of winning are really nil. We don't have a shot in hell. I'll be upset if we win.

— L.A. Times Calendar section, March 26, 2000 - Not The Same Old Song. He also noted that most of the fans wanted "Uncle Fucka" to be nominated.


You never know...

We're maybe thinking next season, we'll go, 'Guess who's coming back?!?'

— "Who wants to be the next Kenny?" Chicago Sun Times, April 12, 2002


"If anyone wants to dress up like me and matt you're welcom to, 'cos were not going to be attending the Emmy's this year."

— Trey Parker, August 2002, on the likelyhood that South Park would get the Emmy for its category

Matt and Trey Together
We really got into this business to meet babes… And now all we got is 14-year old, pimple-faced boys who come up screaming, "I love you, man!"

— Trey Parker and Matt Stone, People, August 24, 1998


So how long do Parker and Stone hope to make South Park?

Parker: As long as we find it funny.
Stone: When it turns into "Full House", then we'll stop.

— TV Guide, October 1997


How about now?

RS: WILL SOUTH PARK BE DIFFERENT IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY?
TREY: Maybe there will be some baby-fucking.
MATT: We'll start the baby-fucking thing and then we'll get out.

— RS 830/831 (Millennium Edition)


Matt and Trey's plans for the fifth season:

TREY: From now on, we're gonna really try to make South Park way more, um, politically correct, and, and do the right thing..
MATT: Yeah.
TREY: For the children.
MATT: Yeah, for the children.

— "Welcome to South Park," Television Academy, May 30, 2001


Matt and Trey reflect on the meaning of friendship:

"Unlike Simon and Garfunkel, Matt and I were lucky to go through our success together when all those 'Behind the Musics' were on the air. We were able to see what the price of fame was," Parker said.
"My hair is kind of like Garfunkel's," Stone added.

Has a woman ever come between Stone and Parker?

"Heck no," the duo exclaimed in unison. Parker continued: "We're both pretty laid-back guys. I can count the number of times we've had an argument on one hand. On top of a 60-hour work week, Matt and I hang out (together) a ridiculous amount of time," Parker said.
"Not only do our friends see us having a beer often, they catch us skiing together. It's embarrassing!" Stone said.

Showbiz People Briefs - Vairety, 10/29/02


On Team America:

Everything should be afraid of this movie

— to The Independent

"When this movie is over, a lot of people will be confused about what side we're on," Parker says. "That's OK, because we're confused, too."

— to the L.A. Times, reported on AZ Central

Matt and Trey Interviews
Comedy Arts Festival, 1998
July 2000, By Taison Tan
Aug-Oct 2001, by SP Studios
Matt and Trey Web Chats
October 16, 1998, on AOL
June 29, 1999, on Yahoo!
May 10, 2001, at South Park Studios
Send mail to
Matt Stone, Trey Parker, or both
c/o William Morris Agency
151 El Camino Drive,
Beverly Hills, CA 90212.
— Or —
South Park (Matt and Trey)
1775 Broadway
New York, New York 10019

You can also email them through Comedy Central.

And now, a counterpoint
Kids at Ozzfest 1999

There they were: little eight-year olds screaming obscenities and racial slurs just like Mommy and Daddy. Heh, The Finger's never seen a better argument for sterilization.

- The Finger, as told to Rick Barrs, New Times, Aug. 5-11, 1999

Trey Parker and Matt Stone

Trey Parker (Randolph Severn Parker III) - born October 19, 1969, and grew up in Conifer, Jefferson County, CO., next to South Park County. He grew up around Mormons. As a third-grader he made a kid eat a worm. In fifth grade he duct-taped a boy to a bench and left him there all day. The boy was reported missing, and once found, tried to convice the teachers he duct-taped himself to the bench. Trey was never caught. Trey's first acting experience was a sixth-grade skit called, The Dentist. In it, he shoved a drill into a friend's throat and made fake blood shoot everywhere. He won the talent show, but had to go in front of the entire school and tell everyone that the dentist is your friend. In the 9th grade, he was one of the class clowns and once dressed as Wonder Woman. He attended West Jefferson Jr. High at Conifer and Evergreen High at Evergreen, both in Colorado. He also attended South Park High in Fairplay for a year. He begins to draw Mr. Hankey, an imaginary being used to persuade him to flush the toilet when he was a toddler (if he didn't flush, Mr. Hankey would sing a little ditty and then kill him). He took classes in tae kwon do from the age of 12 to the age of 22, and has a black belt in it. When he was 15, he and David Goodman recorded an album called "Immature: A Collection of Love Ballads For The '80's Man" and start selling the tape two years later. He was an honor student in high school and maintained an average between 3.5 and 4.0. He attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston for one semester, but transferred to the University of Colorado at Boulder (UCB) to study film and classical music. Had he not gone into cartoons, he might have become a film scorer. At the time he was double-majoring in music and Japanese. He lived in Japan for a while. Soon after the show began airing he bought himself a Steinway piano, an instrument he's wanted to have since he was 14.

Parker is the youngest son of Randy, a government geologist, and Sharon, an insurance broker. He has an older sister, Shelley. Sound familiar?

Trey got engaged to Emma Sugiyama in the summer of 2005 and married her early in 2006. They divorced two years later. Trey began dating Boogie Tillmon in 2009 and welcomed their daughter Betty into the world late in July, 2013. Boogie has a 12 year old son (as of June 2014) from a previous reliationship.

Matt Stone (Matthew Richard Stone) - born May 26, 1971, in Houston, TX, but grew up in Littleton, CO., a Denver suburb. He went to Heritage High Schol there. He graduated with degrees in film and math in 1994 from the Colorado University at Boulder. Stone's dad, Gerald, is a semiretired economics professor, and mom Sheila, a homemaker. His younger sister, Rachel, a social worker, is pictured in the framed photo next to Cartman while he eats Cheesy Poofs in the pilot. As a third-grader he made a kid eat a worm, because the kid was poor. Historical note: it is in Littleton that on April 20, 1999, fourteen students and one teacher were gunned down at Columbine High School. Among the dead students were the two boys responsible for the carnage.

Matt married Angela Howard in December 8(?), 2008 and now has two kids with her.

Favorite Movies (Animation World, Fall 1997)
On A Desert Island With TV Visionaries

Trey ParkerMatt Stone
  1. A Christmas Story.
  2. Life of Brian.
  3. Outlaw Josey Wales.
  4. The Bad Seed.
  5. Camp Jabberwocky `96.
  6. This is Spinal Tap.
  7. The Empire Strikes Back.
  8. Babe (!).
  9. Sorority Sex Kittens III.
  10. Excalibur.
  1. Rocky.
  2. Rocky II.
  3. Rocky III.
  4. Rocky IV.
  5. Rocky V.
  6. Raising Arizona.
  7. Babe (!).
  8. Camp Jabberwocky `97.
  9. Megaforce.
  10. Withnail and I.

Matt Stone and Trey Parker Filmography

Project Trey Parker Matt Stone
That's My Bush! (2001) Voice
Felix Harris, aborted fetus
Executive Producer
Writer
Composer


Executive Producer
Writer
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999)
With voices not in the series
Voice
The Mole
Gregory
The General
Writer
Director
Producer
Composer
Lyricist
Executive album producer
Voice
Box Office Clerk
Bill Gates

Writer

Producer
Composer (uncredited)
Executive music producer
BASEketball (1998) Actor
Joseph R. "Airman" (Coop) Cooper
Composer
Actor
Douglas "Sir Swish" Remer
Composer
"South Park" (1997 - 2003) Voice (31)
Randy Marsh
Stan Marsh
Ned Gerblansky
Grandpa Marvin Marsh
Eric Cartman
(Mr.) Kitty
Richard Tweek
Clyde Goodman
Craig
Tom, Craig's Father
Timmy
Jimmy
Starvin Marvin
God
Satan
Santa Claus
Mr. Cotswolds
Officer Barbrady
Dr. Alfonz Mephesto
Dr. Doctor
Mr. Mackey
Mr. Garrison
Mr. Hat
Mr. Twig
Mr. Hankey
Ms. Choksondik
Trent Boyett
News Reporter Tom
Twong Lu Kim
Bill Clinton
Terrance (before 108)
Phillip (after 108)
Big Gay Al (after 104)
Writer
Director
Executive Producer
Composer
Voice (15)
Gerald Broflovski
Kyle Broflovski
Jimbo Kern
Stuart McCormick
Kenny McCormick
Priest Maxi
Mr. Adler
Philip "Pip" Pirrup
Butters Stotch
Tweek Tweek
Mark Cotswolds
Jesus
Terrance (after 108)
Phillip (before 108)
Saddam Hussein
Big Gay Al (for 104)

















Writer
Director
Executive Producer
Composer
Orgazmo (1997) Actor
Joe Young / Joe Hung
Orgazmo
T-Rex (voice)
Writer
Director
Producer (uncredited)
Composer
Editor
Actor
Dave, The Lighting Guy


Writer
Director
Producer
Composer
Executive music producer
The Spirit of Christmas: Jesus vs. Santa (1995) Voice
Stan
Cartman
Santa
Brian Boitano
Writer
Director
Producer
Character Designer
Voice
Kyle
Kenny
Jesus

Writer
Director

Character Designer
Time Warped - "Aaron" (1995) Producer
Producer
Your Studio and You (1995) Actor
Narrator
Man exiting Universal Records office
Man at MCA outdoors bar
Writer
Director
Actor
Man at MCA outdoors bar


Writer
Cannibal! The Musical (1994) Actor
Alferd Packer *
Writer
Director
Producer
Composer
Lyricist
Sound Designer
Actor
James Humphrey
Writer (uncredited)

Producer

Executive music producer
The Spirit of Christmas: Jesus vs. Frosty (1992)
aka A Christmos Story, Frosty
Actor
Writer
Director
Producer
Character Designer
Actor
Writer
Director

Character Designer
Avenging Conscience Remake (1991 ^) Actor
Wood Nymph
Actor
Wood Nymph
American History (1991) Writer
Director
Tubes of Fire (1991 - 10 seconds †) technician
That's Alright, Mama (1991) Actor
Elvis
First Date (1990) Actor
The Giant Beaver of Southern Sri Lanka (1989) Writer
Producer
* in the credits, Trey Parker goes by Juan Schwartz. This is the name he used in a TV pilot called "Time Warped"
^ You can see a clip of that at the end of the unaired episode of "Cartman Gets An Anal Probe"
† the trailer for this short is three minutes long, and the music used in it is the same one used in one of the trailers for South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut: O Fortuna

They have come out as themselves in The Book of Orgazmo (2002 DVD), Lapdance 01 (2001 DVD), Top Ten Comedy Records (2000), and It's the Monty Python Story (1999)


More detailed television timeline.

Filmography:
  1. The Giant Beaver of Southern Sri Lanka - 1991 student film
  2. American History - 1991 (1993 Student Academy Award Silver medal, includes a South Park-like scene showing former President George Bush "blowing chunks" on the Japanese premier)
  3. The Spirit of Christmas I - 1992 student film (Avenging Conscience)
  4. Cannibal! The Musical - 1994 (film debut. Director: Trey Parker)
  5. The Spirit of Christmas II - 1995 (the boys would be six years old here)
    Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards (1997)
    Best Animation
    HERCULES, directed by John Musker & Ron Clements (Walt Disney)
    and
    THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS, directed by Trey Parker & Matt Stone
  6. 100 - 10/96 - Pilot Episode (never shown on TV)
  7. South Park premieres August 1997 - Season 1
    Features in the Season 1 DVD release of South Park, coming November 12, 2002
    1. Audio Commentary: Irreverent audio commentary for all thirteen episodes from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
    2. Interviews: Jay Leno's South Park guest appearance as formerly seen only on "The Tonight Show."
    3. Music Video: Two classic Christmas music videos that haven't been unwrapped since their original airing in 1997:
      - Cartman: "O Holy Night"
      - Ned: "O Little Town of Bethlehem"
    4. Priceless on-camera intros to all thirteen episodes from Parker and Stone, who are as popular with the fans as their animated characters.
    5. TV Special: The original on-air promos for the show's debut - relive the insanity that made South Park an instant hit.
    Kewl!
    CableACE Award Winner (1997)
    Animated Programming Special or Series:

    South Park

    Comedy Central
    The NOVA Award (February 1998)
    For the year's most promising emerging Producer of Television

    TREY PARKER & MATT STONE (SOUTH PARK)

    Sponsored by United Airlines
    Presented by Pete McDonald, Managing Director, Los Angeles
    1. 101 - 8/13/97 Cartman Gets An Anal Probe (0.98 million viewers)
    2. 103 - 8/20/97 Volcano (1)
    3. 102 - 8/27/97 Weight Gain 4000 (-----)
    4. 104 - 9/3/97 Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride (-----)
      Emmy Award Nominee (1998)
      OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM
      (Programming One Hour or Less):
      "SOUTH PARK"
      "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride"

      Comedy Central: Anne Garefino, Executive Producer;
      Deborah Liebling, Executive Producer;
      Trey Parker, Executive Producer/Writer/Director;
      Matt Stone, Executive Producer/Writer;
      Pam Brady, Creative Producer;
      Frank Agnone II, Supervising Producer

    5. 105 - 9/10/97 An Elephant Makes Love To A Pig (-----)
    6. 106 - 9/17/97 Death (-----)
    7. 107 - 10/29/97 Pink Eye (1.75)
    8. 109 - 11/19/97 Starvin' Marvin (2.2)
    9. 110 - 12/17/97 Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo (4.5)
    10. 108 - 2/4/98 Damien (3.2)
    11. 111 - 2/11/98 Tom's Rhinoplasty (-----)
    12. 112 - 2/18/98 Mecha Streisand (5.4)
    13. 113 - 2/25/98 Cartman's Mom Is A Dirty Slut! (-----)
  8. South Park Season 2 - seasons now begin the first week of April and have 18 episodes each.
    1. 201 - 4/1/98 Not Without My Anus (5.5)
    2. 202 - 4/22/98 Cartman's Mom's Still A Dirty Slut! (6.2)
    3. 204 - 5/20/98 Ike's Wee Wee (-----)
    4. 203 - 5/27/98 Chickenlover (-----)
    5. 205 - 6/3/98 Conjoined Fetus Lady (-----)
    6. 206 - 6/10/98 The Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri Lanka (-----)
    7. 207 - 6/17/98 City On The Edge Of Forever (-----)
    8. 208 - 6/24/98 Summer Sucks (Happy Fourth of July!)
    9. 8/13/98 - South Park's First Anniversary
    10. 209 - 8/19/98 Chef's Salty Chocolate Balls (-----)
    11. 210 - 8/26/98 Chicken Pox (-----)
    12. 211 - 9/2/98 Roger Ebert Should Lay Off The Fatty Foods (-----)
    13. 9/6/98 - Trey Parker reveals Kenny's words in Goin' Down To South Park. Now, they'll be changed.
    14. 212 - 9/23/98 Clubhouses (-----)
    15. 213 - 9/30/98 Cow Days (-----)
    16. 214 - 10/7/98 Chef Aid (-----)
    17. 215 - 10/28/98 Spookyfish (-----)
    18. 216 - 12/9/98 Merry Christmas, Charlie Manson! (-----)
    19. 217 - 12/16/98 Gnomes (-----)
    20. 218 - 1/20/99 Prehistoric Ice Man (-----)
  9. South Park Season 3
    1. 301 - 4/7/99 Rainforest Shmainforest (3.4)
    2. 302 - 4/14/99 Spontaneous Combustion (-----)
    3. 303 - 4/21/99 The Succubus (-----)
    4. 305 - 6/16/99 Jakovasaurs (-----)
    5. 304 - 6/23/99 Tweek Vs. Craig (-----)
    6. 306 - 7/7/99 Sexual Harassment Panda (-----)
    7. 307 - 7/14/99 Cat Orgy (-----)
    8. 308 - 7/21/99 Two Guys Naked In A Hot Tub (-----)
    9. 309 - 7/28/99 Jewbilee (-----)
    10. 8/13/99 - South Park's Second Anniversary
    11. 312 - 10/27/99 KORN's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery (-----)
    12. 310 - 11/3/99 Chinpoko Mon (-----)
      Emmy Award Nominee (2000)
      OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM
      (FOR PROGRAMMING ONE HOUR OR LESS)

      South Park • Chinpoko Mon • COM • Comedy Central
      Anne Garefino, Deborah Liebling, Matt Stone, Executive Producers
      Trey Parker, Executive Producer/Writer/Director
      Frank Agnone, II, Supervising Producer
      Eric Stough, Animation Director

      Animerica Fan Awards, Millennium Edition — Best of the Best
      BEST ANIME PARODY, AMERICAN DIVISION

      South Park

      Over the years, The Simpsons has turned in some spot-on spoofs of Japanese pop culture, from Mister Sparkle to Battling Seizure Robots. But no American parody has ever skewered an anime title with such wickedly scatological precision as Comedy Central's South Park, in the deservedly legendary Chimpoko-mon episode. With its eerily plausible cast of collectible monsters, its perfect mimicry of kid-vid technobabble, and even parodies of lame American toy ads for balance's sake, South Park's spoof was pretty much the last word in Pokémon parody.
    13. 313 - 11/10/99 Hooked On Monkey Fonics (-----)
    14. 311 - 11/17/99 Starvin' Marvin In Space (-----)
    15. 314 - 11/24/99 The Red Badge Of Gayness (-----)
    16. 315 - 12/1/99 Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics (-----)
    17. 316 - 12/29/99 Are You There, God? It's Me, Jesus (-----)
    18. 317 - 1/12/00 Worldwide Recorder Concert (-----)
  10. South Park Season 4
    1. 401 - 4/5/00 Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000 (-----)
    2. 402 - 4/12/00 The Tooth Fairy's Tats 2000 (-----)
    3. 403 - 4/19/00 Quintuplets 2000 (-----)
    4. 404 - 4/26/00 Timmy 2000 (-----)
    5. 406 - 6/21/00 Cartman Joins NAMBLA (-----)
    6. 407 - 6/28/00 Cherokee Hair Tampons (-----)
    7. 408 - 7/5/00 Chef Goes Nanners (-----)
    8. 409 - 7/12/00 Something You Can Do With Your Finger (-----)
    9. 410 - 7/19/00 Do The Handicapped Go To Hell? (-----)
    10. 411 - 7/26/00 Probably (-----)
    11. 8/13/00 - South Park's Third Anniversary
    12. 412 - 11/8/00 4th Grade (-----)
    13. 413 - 11/15/00 Trapper Keeper (-----)
    14. 414 - 11/22/00 Helen Keller the Musical (-----)
    15. 405 - 11/29/00 Great Expectations (-----)
    16. 415 - 12/6/00 Fat Camp (-----)
    17. 416 - 12/13/00 The Wacky Molestation Adventure (-----)
    18. 417 - 12/20/00 A Very Crappy Christmas (-----)
  11. South Park Season 5 - 14 episodes
    1. 502 - 6/20/01 It hits The Fan (-----)
    2. 503 - 6/27/01 Cripple Fight (-----)
    3. 504 - 7/4/01 The Super Best Friends (-----)
    4. 501 - 7/11/01 Scott Tenorman Must Die (-----)
    5. 505 - 7/18/01 Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow (-----)
    6. 506 - 7/25/01 Cartmanland (-----)
    7. 507 - 8/1/01 Proper Condom Use (-----)
    8. 508 - 8/8/01 Towelie (-----)
    9. 8/13/01 - South Park's Fourth Anniversary
    10. 509 - 11/7/01 Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants (-----)
      Emmy Award Nominee (2002)
      OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM
      (FOR PROGRAMMING ONE HOUR OR LESS)

      South Park • Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants • COM • Comedy Central
      Anne Garefino, Executive Producer;
      Deborah Liebling, Executive Producer;
      Trey Parker, Executive Producer/Director/Writer;
      Matt Stone, Executive Producer;
      Pam Brady, Creative Producer;
      Frank C. Agnone II, Supervising Producer
      Eric Stough, Animation Director
      David Goodman, Writer
      Kyle McCulloch, Writer
      Nancy M. Pimental, Writer
      Erica Rivinoja, Writer

    11. 510 - 11/14/01 How To Eat With Your Butt (-----)
    12. 511 - 11/21/01 The Entity (-----)
    13. 512 - 11/28/01 Here Comes The Neighborhood (-----)
    14. 513 - 12/5/01 Kenny Dies (-----)
    15. 514 - 12/12/01 Butters' Very Own Episode (-----)
  12. South Park Season 6 - 17 episodes
    1. 602 - 3/6/02 Jared Has Aides (-----)
    2. 603 - 3/13/02 Asspen (-----)
    3. 601 - 3/20/02 Freak Strike (-----)
    4. 605 - 3/27/02 Fun With Veal (-----)
    5. 604 - 4/3/02 The New Terrance and Phillip Movie Trailer (-----)
    6. 606 - 4/10/02 Professor Chaos (-----)
    7. 607 - 6/26/02 Simpsons Already Did It (-----)
    8. 608 - 7/03/02 Red Hot Catholic Love (-----)
    9. 609 - 7/10/02 Free Hat (-----)
    10. 610 - 7/17/02 Bebe's Boob Destroy Society (-----)
    11. 611 - 7/24/02 Child Abduction is Not Funny (-----)
    12. 8/13/02 - South Park's Fifth Anniversary
      Two specials coming up

      "Precious Moments: Five Years Of South Park Memories"
      Saturday, August 31st At 9:00 P.M.

      From gay dogs to the loss of a dear friend, the South Park boys have seen it all and to commemorate these special times, Comedy Central presents "Precious Moments: Five Years of South Park Memories" -- a six-episode marathon highlighting some of the fourth graders' fondest, most life-changing experiences. "Precious Moments" premieres Saturday, August 31, beginning at 9:00 p.m. on Comedy Central
      The following episodes are featured during "Precious Moments: Five Years of South Park Memories": Saturday, August 31
      1. "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride" - Big Gal Al, Stan and Sparky (voiced by George Clooney) learn the value of friendship and Sparky shows his true colors. 9 p.m.
      2. "Chickenlover" - When Officer Barbrady goes back to the third grade to learn to read, he deputizes Kyle, Stan, Cartman and Kenny to help solve the "chicken lover" crime. 9:30 p.m.
      3. "Are You There God, It's Me, Jesus" - In this groundbreaking episode, Cartman gets his period. 10 p.m.
      4. "Scott Tenorman Must Die" - Cartman is elated when he's the first kid in the fourth grade to get pubes. Radiohead guest stars. 10:30 p.m.
      5. "Proper Condom Use" - The boys and girls of South Park learn about sex education in school. 11 p.m.
      6. "Kenny Dies" - This time, it's for keeps when the boys lose one of their best friends. 11:30 p.m.

      The South Park 5th Anniversary Special

      August 13, 1997 ...a date that will be remembered in cable television history as the day that the world was introduced to Cartman, Stan, Kyle and Kenny. Five years later they are still going strong (except for poor Kenny). The best of the best have been collected in "The South Park 5th Anniversary Special," a pay-per-view event from COMEDY CENTRAL in partnership with iN DEMAND, DIRECTV, Echostar and TVN throughout the months of September (premiering 9/3) and October.
      The Anniversary Special will consist of three episodes from the series uninterrupted for the first time ever on television. It will celebrate five years of "South Park" with favorite episodes, best highlights and an exclusive look at an all-star, celebrity invited packed party celebrating the milestone. Also included will be special footage of the series' creators, Matt Stone and Trey Parker, hosting the block. Commentary is also provided by celebrities including Danny DeVito, Hugh Hefner, Chris Klein and Jay Leno.
      The special will be going for $6.95 and will be available to subscribers via iN DEMAND, DIRECTV, Echostar and TVN beginning Tuesday, September 3 at 8:00 p.m. ET and run through the months of September and October. It will also be available in Spanish.
    13. 612 - 11/6/02 A Ladder to Heaven (-----)
    14. 613 - 11/13/02 The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers (-----)
    15. 614 - 11/20/02 The Death Camp of Tolerance (-----)
    16. 615 - 11/27/02 The Biggest Douche in the Universe (-----)
    17. 616 - 12/4/02 My Future Self 'n Me (-----)
    18. 617 - 12/11/02 Red Sleigh Down (-----)
  13. South Park Season 7 - 15 episodes
    1. 701 - 4/9/03 I'm A Little Bit Country (-----)
    2. 702 - 3/26/03 Krazy Kripples (-----)
    3. 703 - 4/2/03 Toilet Paper (-----)
    4. 704 - 3/19/03 Cancelled (-----)
    5. 705 - 4/16/03 Fat Butt and Pancake Head (-----)
    6. 706 - 4/23/03 Lil' Crime Stoppers (-----)
    7. 707 - 4/30/03 Red Man's Greed (-----)
    8. 8/13/03 - South Park's Sixth Anniversary
    9. 708 - 10/22/03 South Park Is Gay (-----)
    10. 709 - 10/29/03 Christian Rock Hard (-----)
    11. 710 - 11/5/03 Grey Dawn (-----)
    12. 711 - 11/12/03 Casa Bonita (-----)
    13. 712 - 11/19/03 All About the Mormons (-----)
    14. 713 - 12/3/03 Butt Out (-----)
    15. 714 - 12/10/03 Raisins (-----)
    16. 715 - 12/17/03 It's Christmas Time in Canada (-----)
  14. South Park Season 8 - 14 episodes
    1. 801 - 3/17/04 Good Times with Weapons (-----)
    2. 802 - 4/14/04 AWESOM-O (-----)
    3. 803 - 3/24/04 Up the Down Steroid (-----)
    4. 804 - 3/31/04 The Passion of The Jew (-----)
    5. 805 - 4/7/04 You Got F'd In The A (-----)
    6. 806 - 4/28/04 Goobacks (-----)
    7. 807 - 4/21/04 The Jeffersons (-----)
      Emmy Award Nominee (2004)
      OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM
      (FOR PROGRAMMING ONE HOUR OR LESS)

      South Park • It's Christmas Time in Canada • COM • Comedy Central
      Trey Parker, Executive Producer, Writer, Director
      Matt Stone, Executive Producer
      Anne Garefino, Executive Producer
      Frank C. Agnone II, Producer
      Jennifer Howell, Supervising Producer

    8. 8/13/04 - South Park's Seventh Anniversary
    9. 8/3-24/04 - South Park E-Lections (Cartman wins by a landslide. Butters comes in second)
    10. 808 - 10/27/04 Douche and Turd (-----)
    11. 809 - 11/03/04 Something Wall-Mart This Way Comes (-----)
    12. 810 - 11/10/04 Preschool (-----)
    13. 811 - 11/17/04 Quest for Ratings (-----)
    14. 812 - 12/1/04 Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset (-----)
    15. 813 - 12/8/04 Cartman's Incredible Gift (-----)
    16. 814 - 12/15/04 Woodland Critter Christmas (-----)
  15. South Park Season 9 - 14 episodes
    1. 901 - 3/9/05 Mr. Garrison's Fancy New Vagina (-----)
    2. 902 - 3/16/05 Die Hippie, Die (-----)
    3. 903 - 3/23/05 Wing (-----)
    4. 904 - 3/30/05 Best Friends Forever (-----)
    5. 905 - 4/6/05 The Losing Edge (-----)
    6. 906 - 4/13/05 The Death Of Eric Cartman (-----)
    7. 907 - 4/20/05 Erection Day (-----)
      Emmy Award Nominee (2005)
      OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM
      (FOR PROGRAMMING ONE HOUR OR LESS)

      South Park • Best Friends Forever • COM • Comedy Central
      Trey Parker, Executive Producer, Writer, Director
      Matt Stone, Executive Producer
      Anne Garefino, Executive Producer
      Frank C. Agnone II, Producer
      Jennifer Howell, Supervising Producer
      Eric Stough, Director of Animation

    8. 8/13/05 - South Park's Eighth Anniversary
    9. 9/12/2005 - South Park finally won the Emmy for its nomination. Woohoo!
    10. 908 - 10/19/05 Two Days Before The Day After Tomorrow (-----)
    11. 909 - 10/26/05 Marjorine (-----)
    12. 910 - 11/2/05 Follow That Egg! (-----)
    13. 911 - 11/9/05 Ginger Kids (-----)
    14. 912 - 11/16/05 Trapped In The Close (-----)
    15. 913 - 12/7/05 Free Willzy-x (-----)
    16. 914 - 12/14/05 Bloody Mary (-----)
  16. South Park Season 10 - 14 episodes
    1. 1001 - 3/22/06 The Return of Chef! (3.5)
    2. 1002 - 3/29/06 Smug Alert (-----)
    3. 1003 - 4/5/06 Cartoon Wars, Part I (-----)
    4. 1004 - 4/12/06 Cartoon Wars, Part II (-----)
    5. 1005 - 4/19/06 A Million Little Fibers (-----)
    6. 1006 - 4/26/06 ManBearPig (-----)
    7. 1007 - 5/3/06 Tsst (-----)
      Emmy Award Nominee (2006)
      OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM
      (FOR PROGRAMMING ONE HOUR OR LESS)

      South Park • Trapped in the Closet • Comedy Central
      Trey Parker, Executive Producer/Director/Written by
      Matt Stone, Executive Producer
      Anne Garefino, Executive Producer
      Frank C. Agnone II, Producer
      Eric Stough, Director of Animation

    8. 8/13/06 - South Park's Ninth Anniversary
    9. 1008 - 10/4/06 Make Love, Not Warcraft (3.4)
    10. 1009 - 10/11/06 The Mystery of the Urinal Deuce (-----)
    11. 1010 - 10/18/06 Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy (-----)
    12. 1011 - 10/25/06 Hell on Earth 2006 (-----)
    13. 1012 - 11/1/06 Go God Go (-----)
    14. 1013 - 11/08/06 Go God Go, Part XII (-----)
    15. 1014 - 11/15/06 Stanley's Cup (-----)
  17. South Park Season 11 - 14 episodes
    1. 1101 - 3/7/07 With Apologies to Jesse Jackson (2.8)
    2. 1102 - 3/14/07 Cartman Sucks (-----)
    3. 1103 - 3/21/07 Lice Capades (-----)
    4. 1104 - 3/28/07 The Snuke (-----)
    5. 1105 - 4/4/07 Fantastic Easter (-----)
    6. 1106 - 4/11/07 D-Yikes (-----)
    7. 1107 - 4/18/07 Night Of The Living Homeless (-----)
    8. 8/13/07 - South Park's Tenth Anniversary
      Emmy Award Nominee (2007)
      OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM
      (FOR PROGRAMMING ONE HOUR OR LESS)

      South Park • Make Love, Not Warcraft • Comedy Central
      TREY PARKER, Executive Producer/Director/Writer
      MATT STONE, Executive Producer
      ANNE GAREFINO, Executive Producer
      FRANK C. AGNONE II, Supervising Producer
      KYLE MCCULLOCH, Producer
      ERIC STOUGH, Director of Animation

    9. 9/8/2005 - South Park won its second Emmy. Woohoo!
    10. 1108 - 10/3/07 Le Petit Tourette (3.1)
    11. 1109 - 10/10/07 More Crap (-----)
    12. 1110 - 10/17/07 Imaginationland: Episode I (3.4)
    13. 1111 - 10/24/07 Imaginationland: Episode II (-----)
    14. 1112 - 10/31/07 Imaginationland: Episode III (-----)
    15. 1113 - 11/7/07 Guitar Queer-o (4)
    16. 1114 - 11/14/07 The List (-----)
  18. South Park Season 12 - 14 episodes
    1. 1201 - 3/12/08 Tonsil Trouble (-----)
    2. 1202 - 3/19/08 Britney’s New Look (-----)
    3. 1203 - 3/26/08 Major Boobage (-----)
    4. 1204 - 4/2/08 Canada on Strike (-----)
    5. 1205 - 4/9/08 Eek, A Penis! (-----)
    6. 1206 - 4/16/08 Over Logging (-----)
    7. 1207 - 4/23/08 Super Fun Time (-----)
      Emmy Award Nominee (2008)
      OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM
      (FOR PROGRAMMING ONE HOUR OR MORE)

      South Park • Imaginationland Trilogy (now Imaginationland: The Movie) • Comedy Central
      TREY PARKER, Executive Producer/Director/Writer
      MATT STONE, Executive Producer
      ANNE GAREFINO, Executive Producer
      FRANK C. AGNONE II, Supervising Producer
      KYLE MCCULLOCH, ERIC STOUGH, BRUCE HOWELL, ADRIEN BEARD, VERNON CHATMAN, ERICA RIVINOJA, PAM BRADY, Producers
      RYAN QUINCY, Director of Animation

    8. 8/13/08 - South Park's Eleventh Anniversary
    9. 9/13/2008 - South Park won its third Emmy. Woohoo!
    10. 1208 - 10/8/08 The China Probrem (3.7)
    11. 1209 - 10/15/08 Breast Cancer Show Ever (-----)
    12. 1210 - 10/22/08 Pandemic (-----)
    13. 1211 - 10/29/08 Pandemic 2 - The Startling (-----)
    14. 1212 - 11/5/08 About Last Night... (-----)
    15. 1213 - 11/12/08 Elementary School Musical (-----)
    16. 1214 - 11/19/08 The Ungroundable (-----)
  19. South Park Season 13 - 14 episodes
    1. 1301 - 3/11/09 The Ring (3.41)
    2. 1302 - 3/18/09 The Coon (3.27)
    3. 1303 - 3/25/09 Margaritaville (2.77)
    4. 1304 - 4/1/09 Eat, Pray, Queef (3)
    5. 1305 - 4/8/09 Fishsticks (3.1)
    6. 1306 - 4/15/09 Pinewood Derby (2.78)
    7. 1307 - 4/22/09 Fatbeard (2.59)
      Emmy Award Nominee (2009)
      OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM
      (FOR PROGRAMMING ONE HOUR OR LESS)

      South Park • Margaritaville • Comedy Central
      TREY PARKER, Executive Producer/Director/Writer
      MATT STONE, Executive Producer
      ANNE GAREFINO, Executive Producer
      FRANK C. AGNONE II, Supervising Producer
      ERIC STOUGH, ADRIEN BEARD, BRUCE HOWELL, ERICA RIVINOJA, VERNON CHATMAN, BILL HADER, Producers
      RYAN QUINCY, Director of Animation

    8. 8/13/09 - South Park's Twelfth Anniversary
    9. 9/12/2009 - South Park won its fourth Emmy. Woohoo!
    10. 1308 - 10/7/09 Dead Celebrities (2.67)
    11. 1309 - 10/14/09 Butters' Bottom Bitch (2.56)
    12. 1310 - 10/21/09 W.T.F. (1.37)
    13. 1311 - 10/28/09 Whale Whores (-----)
    14. 1312 - 11/4/09 The F Word (1.99)
    15. 1313 - 11/11/09 Dances With Smurfs (1.47)
    16. 1314 - 11/18/09 Pee (2.87)
  20. South Park Season 14 - 14 episodes
    1. 1401 - 3/17/10 Sexual Healing (3.7)
    2. 1402 - 3/24/10 The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs (3.24)
    3. 1403 - 3/31/10 Medicinal Fried Chicken (2.99)
    4. 1404 - 4/7/10 You Have 0 Friends (3.071)
    5. 1405 - 4/14/10 200 (3.33)
    6. 1406 - 4/21/10 201 (3.5)
    7. 1407 - 4/28/10 Crippled Summer (3.56)
      Emmy Award Nominee (2010)
      OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM
      (Programming One Hour or Less):
      "SOUTH PARK"
      "200" and "201"

      Comedy Central: Anne Garefino, Executive Producer;
      Deborah Liebling, Executive Producer;
      Trey Parker, Executive Producer/Writer/Director;
      Matt Stone, Executive Producer/Writer;
      Pam Brady, Creative Producer;
      Frank Agnone II, Supervising Producer

    8. 8/13/10 - South Park's Thirteenth Anniversary
    9. 1408 - 10/6/10 Poor And Stupid (-----)
    10. 1409 - 10/13/10 It's A Jersey Thing (-----)
    11. 1410 - 10/20/10 Insheeption (-----)
    12. 1411 - 10/27/10 Coon 2: Hindsight (-----)
    13. 1412 - 11/3/10 Coon 3: Mysterion Rises (-----)
    14. 1413 - 11/10/10 Coon 4: Coon vs. Coon & Friends (-----)
    15. 1414 - 11/17/10 Crème Fraîche (-----)
  21. South Park Season 15 - 14 episodes
    1. 1501 - 4/27/11 HumancentiPad (-----)
    2. 1502 - 5/4/11 Funnybot (-----)
    3. 1503 - 5/11/11 Royal Pudding (-----)
    4. 1504 - 5/18/11 T.M.I (-----)
    5. 1505 - 5/25/11 Crack Baby Athletic Association (-----)
    6. 1506 - 6/1/11 City Sushi (-----)
    7. 1507 - 6/8/11 You're Getting Old (-----)
    8. Emmy Award Nominee!!! (2011)
      OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM
      "SOUTH PARK"
      "Crack Baby Athletic Association"

      Trey Parker (executive producer/writer/director)
      Matt Stone (executive producer)
      Anne Garefino (executive producer)
      Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer)
      Eric Stough (producer)
      Bruce Howell (producer)
      Adrien Beard (producer)
      Vernon Chatman (producer)
      Bill Hader (producer)
      Ryan Quincy (animation producer)
      Jack Shih (director of animation)
      Jenny Yu (director of animation)

    9. 8/13/11 - South Park's Fourteenth Anniversary
    10. 1508 - 10/5/11 Ass Burgers (-----)
    11. 1509 - 11/12/11 The Last of the Meheecans (-----)
    12. 1510 - 11/19/11 Bass To Mouth (-----)
    13. 1511 - 11/26/11 Broadway Bro Down (-----)
    14. 1512 - 12/2/11 1% (-----)
    15. 1513 - 12/9/11 A History Channel Thanksgiving (-----)
    16. 1514 - 12/16/11 The Poor Kid (-----)
  22. South Park Season 16 - 14 episodes
    1. 1601 - 3/14/12 Reverse Cowgirl (-----)
    2. 1602 - 3/21/12 Cash for Gold (-----)
    3. 1603 - 3/28/12 Faith Hilling (-----)
    4. 1604 - 4/4/12 Jewpacabra (-----)
    5. 1605 - 4/11/12 Butterballs (-----)
    6. 1606 - 4/18/12 I Should Have Never Gone Ziplining (-----)
    7. 1607 - 4/25/12 Cartman Finds Love (-----)
    8. 8/13/12 - South Park's Fifteenth Anniversary
    9. 1608 - 9/26/12 Sarcastaball (-----)
    10. 1609 - 10/3/12 Raising The Bar (-----)
    11. 1610 - 10/1012 Insecurity (-----)
    12. 1611 - 10/17/12 Going Native (-----)
    13. 1612 - 10/24/12 A Nightmare On FaceTime (-----)
    14. 1613 - 10/31/12 A Scause for Applause (-----)
    15. 1614 - 11/7/12 Obama Wins! (-----)
  23. South Park Season 17 - 10 episodes (down from 14 just because they can.)
    1. 8/13/13 - South Park's Sixteenth Anniversary
      Emmy Award Nominee (2013)
      OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM
      (Programming One Hour or Less):
      "SOUTH PARK"
      "Raising The Bar"

      Comedy Central: Anne Garefino, Executive Producer;
      Deborah Liebling, Executive Producer;
      Trey Parker, Executive Producer/Writer/Director;
      Matt Stone, Executive Producer

    2. 9/14/2013 - South Park won its fifth Emmy. Woohoo!
    3. 1701 - 9/25/13 Let Go, Let Gov (-----)
    4. 1702 - 10/2/13 Informative Murder Porn (-----)
    5. 1703 - 10/9/13 World War Zimmerman (-----)
    6. 1704 - 10/23/13 Goth Kids 3: Dawn of the Posers (-----)
    7. 1705 - 10/30/13 Tamiing Strange (-----)
    8. 1706 - 11/6/13 Ginger Cow (-----)
    9. 1707 - 11/13/13 Black Friday (-----)
    10. 1708 - 11/20/13 A Song of Ass and Fire (-----)
    11. 1709 - 12/4/13 Titties and Dragons (-----)
    12. 1710 - 12/11/13 The Hobbit (-----)
  24. South Park Season 18 - 10 episodes
    1. 7/10/14 - Emmy Award Nominee!!! (2014)
      OUTSTANDING ANIMATED PROGRAM
      "SOUTH PARK"
      "Black Friday"
    2. 8/13/14 - South Park's Seventeenth Anniversary
    3. 1801 - 9/24/14 (-----)
    4. 1802 - ??/??/14 (-----)
    5. 1803 - ??/??/14 (-----)
    6. 1804 - ??/??/14 (-----)
    7. 1805 - ??/??/14 (-----)
    8. 1806 - ??/??/14 (-----)
    9. 1807 - ??/??/14 (-----)
    10. 1808 - ??/??/14 (-----)
    11. 1809 - ??/??/14 (-----)
    12. 1810 - ??/??/14 (-----)
  25. South Park Season 19 - 10 episodes
    1. 8/13/15 - South Park's Eighteenth Anniversary
    2. 1901 - ??/??/15 (-----)
    3. 1902 - ??/??/15 (-----)
    4. 1903 - ??/??/15 (-----)
    5. 1904 - ??/??/15 (-----)
    6. 1905 - ??/??/15 (-----)
    7. 1906 - ??/??/15 (-----)
    8. 1907 - ??/??/15 (-----)
    9. 1908 - ??/??/15 (-----)
    10. 1909 - ??/??/15 (-----)
    11. 1910 - ??/??/15 (-----)
  26. South Park Season 20 - 10 episodes
    1. 8/13/16 - South Park's Nineteenth Anniversary
    2. 2001 - ??/??/16 (-----)
    3. 2002 - ??/??/16 (-----)
    4. 2003 - ??/??/16 (-----)
    5. 2004 - ??/??/16 (-----)
    6. 2005 - ??/??/16 (-----)
    7. 2006 - ??/??/16 (-----)
    8. 2007 - ??/??/16 (-----)
    9. 2008 - ??/??/16 (-----)
    10. 2009 - ??/??/16 (-----)
    11. 2010 - ??/??/16 (-----)
  27. Shorts
    1. 11/20/97 Mr. Leno Visits South Park
    2. 12/97 O Holy Night
    3. 12/17/97 O Little Town of Bethlehem
    4. 12/31/97 New Year's Eve 1998 Countdown
    5. 12/31/98 New Year's Eve 1999 Countdown
    6. 10/9/99 The Dead Friend Sketch
    7. 12/31/99 New Year's Eve 2000 Countdown
    8. 6/8/00 The Gauntlet
    9. Sp/02 Larry Elder exposed
    10. 4/1/04 The Aristocrats
  28. July 31, 1998 - BASEketball (1997 - Just be glad they started working on this film long before South Park began)
  29. October 23, 1998 - Orgazmo (1997 - better than BASEketball. South Park was picked up in the third week of filming)
  30. November 24, 1998 - Chef Aid (first South Park album) includes Master P and others accompanies the episode
  31. June 30, 1999 - South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut (second South Park album) accompanies the movie
  32. December 1, 1999 - Mr Hankey's Christmas Classics (third South Park album) accompanies the episode
  33. April 4, 2001 - That's My Bush premières. Eight weeks later, it ends. A movie was said to be in the works after the show ended, but it seems to have been shelved.
  34. October 15, 2004 - Team America hits theaters. Fuck yeah!
  35. - Giant Monsters Attack Japan!
  36. - My All-American

Matt Stone
Every episode of the show will have a moral, but we'll try to screw that up too.

— People Weekly, August 11, 1997


What people don't remember is that when you're in third grade, your close friends almost are your family. You have this little collective consciousness with your friends.

— Details, August 1998


We only deliver the show one way to Comedy Central. We give them the tape that's already censored. There doesn't even exist a version that's not.

— PC Gamer, January 13, 1999 (not in the print version)


"Keeping up with our busy production schedules is always challenging, so we needed a design firm that wasnt going to waste our time. We wanted to work with Kung Fu because they understood our needs, and could get the job done"

—- Kung Fu Design


On "Kenny Dies" and the last Kenny death
"It was the one episode where (all the characters) cared (he was dying) for once," says Stone, who co-created the series with Trey Parker. "After that, we said, 'Why doesn't he just stay dead?' And it was like, 'OK, let's just do that.' It was that easy of a decision."

Another nail in his coffin:

"We got sick of figuring out ways to kill him," Stone says. "It was funny the first 38 or 40 times we did it. Then it turned into, 'OK, how can we kill him now?' "
"I couldn't care less. I am so sick of that character."

—- 'South Park' staple bites the dust, for good this time, April 5, 2002


Matt Stone's math article, Why I Like Math, from the defunct Blue Lawn internet magazine.
David Goodman
David Goodman is a good friend of Trey Parker from high school. He and Trey met Matt Stone at the Unviersity f Colorado at Boulder (UCB), and they've collaborated on several projects over the years, including South Park where he is one of the staff writers. Last fall he became a columnist for Salon Magazine Online. Here's the list of articles he's written so far:

Letters from occupied Bel Air

Communiqué 1
Communiqué 2

Hollywood Parasite

A-list extravaganza
Hollyween Meltdown
'Tis one reason to be jolly
Megamorphosis
Hard 10
Price of Fame
Snubdance: The Musical
Lassie, get lost
Thirty Reasons Why
VIP OD'd
Departments of Hell On Wheels
Bachelor No. 1
Pam Gravy's dancing panda
Twinkle, twinkle, little health club
Legos in La-La-Land

Blue Lawn (defunct)
David Goodman, editor

A cause they're interested in, as mentioned at the 2000 MTV Movie Awards.
Free The West Memphis 3

Some Statements
Roger Ebert reconsiders…

I originally gave Southpark: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut a marginal thumbs down for what I believed was its mean spirit. However, as the smoke clears from the summer of 1999, I now see that this was really a very good film.

- Roger Ebert, Ebert and the Movies
Spotlight On Animation, Sept. 5, 1999


Don't let the good press go to your head, and don't let the bad press go to your heart.

- Mike Judge, to Trey Parker


From: Keith Holder on the South Park Digest
Subject: Cartman IS the Cynosure

All those who want to see more of Pip, Ike, Butters, Kyle, Stan, and Mrs. Crabtree et al. should really try to get a grip.
Spock on STAR TREK, Barney on ANDY GRIFFITH, Snoopy in Peanuts.
Add to this Fonzie on HAPPY DAYS, Norm on CHEERS
The point being that, often, the character who is not the ostensible star becomes so (for a variety of reasons).

In SOUTH PARK, it's Cartman. Obviously.
Eric Stough, director of animation, on making Episode 502 - "It Hits The Fan":

''We're working on a shit meter. 'We're still counting the number of shits ourselves.

The meter counted 162 occurences of the word "shit" spoken. A few times it was written as well.


Breayle Riess, on Matt and Trey's concessions to the fickle fans:

God people! Man! People are wierd.... So many people bitched about Kenny, how he didn't even need to be in the show, so they take him out and give the people Butters. People say "Fuck Butters! Bring kenny back!", so they get rid of Butters and put in Tweek, and now they say "Fuck Tweak! Bring back Butters!" God!! Fuck!! You can't please any of these asses!!


Breayle Riess, on the Christian Right:

Members of the Christian right have condemned the show for being bad for practically anyone who wants to go to heaven.
Norman Lear, Patriot with a funny little hat, on Trey Parker and Matt Stone

"I love those guys. I think they're brilliant. They've always got something to say."

While he works out, he watches his favorite TV show, which is currently South Park. Far from seeing his own sun set, he thinks the cartoon is the heir apparent to his All in the Family, Good Times, Sanford and Son, Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, The Jeffersons, One Day at a Time, etc.