Tiger Woods may be piecing his family life back together, but the troubled golfer still has a long way to go - and is the easiest of targets - in the court of public opinion.
A new season of South Park premieres Wednesday and the episode is all about Tiger. One can only imagine the kind of South Park quotes this is going to produce.
"It is such an important issue in America right now - the sex addiction outbreak," co-creator Matt Stone joked, referring to Woods' dalliances with waitresses.
"We're all really concerned about him."
Flanked by Cartman, Tiger Woods expresses deep regret.
The promotional pic above shows faux Woods during his apology speech last month, when he broke his silence for the first time since being outed as a sex fiend.
Like Family Guy, South Park is nothing if not an equal-opportunity, topical offender. Episodes have mocked Tom Cruise, Scientology, Michael Jackson's death and more.
At the very least, Stone and co-creator Trey Parker can point to Family Guy's recent controversy over Sarah Palin's Down Syndrome baby, or its classic HIV chorus line.
Anything regarding the Tiger Woods scandal will seem tame by comparison.