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In honor of the historic 20th season of South Park debuting this fall, South Park decided to bring some of it’s most memorable moments to Comic Con this year! The exhibit is called the South Park Experience, and it gives fans of the show an array of photo ops and

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For the last two years, Comedy Central has been bringing you some of the most interesting and lesser known historical stories, and without fail, the narrators have always been, in a word, wasted. The hit show Drunk History has been entertaining audiences for two seasons now, and some of the

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South Park has done ‘to be continued’ and trilogies and tetralogies before. But this felt more like a serialized approach.

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South Park of late has been spotty. It’s my favorite show in the way that Led Zeppelin is my favorite band.

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We are about to start our live blog for the Comedy Central Panel for the hit TV show Key & Peele!

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The BEST TV SHOWS of 2013, selected by Sarah Katz, Nick DeLorenzo, Cat Edison, & Kip Mooney, including OITNB, BREAKING BAD, HOUSE OF CARDS, THE AMERICANS, MAD MEN, ORPHAN BLACK & more.

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I love an episode that pays attention to the world that’s been built in previous episodes. I’m not talking about simple references and gags. But using character traits to build on moments that came before. We’ve seen Cartman in a wide array of situations, expressing his darkest moments and most

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After an unexpected week off, South Park returned with the conclusion to the trilogy that we didn’t even know existed. But that’s okay. I was actually excited to see the goth kids return. That’s when South Park is working, when they’re not over saturating side characters through the A plot. There’s only

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Oh god! Yes! It’s back. South Park is back. It’s been 323 days since we last saw Cartman, Stan, Kyle and Kenny. That would be…hold on, let me crunch the numbers… 465,120 minutes. 27,907,200 seconds. Approximately 80 pints of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream to crush the internal pain I

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Two weeks ago, our staff of South Park experts whittled 64 of the best South Parks down to just 32. And last week, you, the fans, got us down to our Sweet 16! Now, it’s time to determine our Elite 8! Check out the updated bracket below, and after that,

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Welcome back to South Park March Madness! On Monday, we took our original bracket of 64 episodes, and knocked it down to 32. You can see that full post here!  Well if you were upset that one of your favorites was eliminated, then today is your lucky day. Starting with

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Welcome to the second installment of the South Park March Madness bracket! On Friday, we unveiled our full bracket of 64 episodes. You can view that bracket and the full post here. Now it is time to show you what episodes made it through to the next round! Our four

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Key & Peele is in the middle of it’s second season, and the show keeps finding new ways to make us laugh. The show uses a good contrast of old characters like Luther, Obama’s anger translator, while also bringing in new skits each week. This week my two favorite sketches

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Airing an episode on Halloween night is always a risky move – a lot of people are out for the night, people are in the Halloween spirit, but anything new and Halloween themed has a pretty short shelf life. Luckily, last night’s episode of Key & Peele had a nice mix of

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After a lackluster episode last week, Key & Peele was firing on all cylinders tonight! Last week’s was so bland and boring, I didn’t even have any sketches to highlight. Thankfully, this week suffers from the opposite problem. I highly recommend you just watch the whole episode if you can. Of course they had

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Key & Peele has been a hilarious surprise this television season. While Key was a more recognizable face before the show, thanks to his stand out charachter Coach Hines on Fox’s Mad TV, it is Peele’s Obama impression that continually stands out each episode. First there was the Obama Anger Translator,

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