GOP Debates: ‘South Park’ Style

Jon Stewart may have had it up to his eyeballs with the GOP debates, but South Park is just getting started. The March 28 episode of the long-standing Comedy Central cartoon comedy will find the boys alongside Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s scene of fun with real audio: actual debate footage meshed with the cartoon embodiment of GOP potential presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. 

The seemingly endless debates have bared the brunt of parodies from SNL, The Daily Show, and just about anyone else with a funny bone in their bodies, but everyone knows you haven’t made it until South Park serves up a joke at your expense. Watch a snippet of the scene below!


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