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Mr. Garrison deals with the aftermath of being elected President. Meanwhile, Gerald attempts to escape the wrath of being captured by Troll Trace and Cartman and Heidi prepare to go to Mars together.

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Kyle Broflovski / Gerald Broflovski / Butters Stotch (voice)
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Mr. Garrison deals with the aftermath of being elected President. Meanwhile, Gerald attempts to escape the wrath of being captured by Troll Trace and Cartman and Heidi prepare to go to Mars together.

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Eric Cartman: Jesus, I didn't think getting to mars would take this long.
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Sing, Sing, Sing
Written by Louis Prima
Performed by Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
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Worst season so far - one big politics episode that is stretched into a whole season.
9 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

I watched all South Park seasons in the last few months. About 2 weeks ago I got till the 20th season. So yeah, every next episode I watched i got more and more disappointed and later angry. So here are a few reasons why IMO this season is trash:

1) CONSTANT POLITICS - it is OK for a fully political episode to happen now and then, but the whole season is one big sh** politics episode. No more Butters just goofing around, friends hanging around and doing stuff and so on. This season its all related to politics.

2) Political meanings are terrible - I've always liked the fact that South Park makes fun of people who are both leftists and rightists, but here it's just constant goddamn Trump bashing. In every episode. It would be at least somewhat better if the jokes about Trump would have any truth, but the meanings they hide under are just ridiculously inaccurate and stupid. If you are not a totally biased trump- protester without any critical thinking, then you will see what I'm talking about. I'm not even just talking about Trump, the other things they try to put so much meaning in like member berries, trolls, and others are just pathetic and cringe worthy.

3) The writing is worse than in any of the previous seasons. You can clearly see that they weren't expecting Trump to win, so they had to connect the already senseless meanings of the season with the unexpected outcome of the election. Many of the jokes start reminding Family Guy, and in all honesty - Family Guy's new season is much better than Southpark's.

All in all, I never thought I could be so disappointed with South Park. I hope they will drop this season-long political plots with terrible meanings and weak jokes, and I hope they won't start translating their series on CNN.


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