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Viewers were taken for a ride on South Park Season 18 Season 4.

Literally, that is, as the latest installment of this Comedy Central hit focused on the quasi controversy of how servies such as Uber and Lyft are upsetting the nation's taxi industry.

The episode was set in autumn, with young South Park residents raising money for summer camp.

Timmy came up with the idea of carting people around in a wagon attached to his electric wheelchair, dubbing the business “Handicar” and watching as it exploded overnight.

Enter Nathan and Mimsy, who many viewers may not remember from Season 14.

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South Park brought the funny and also the profound, in a way, on South Park Season 18 Episode 3.

We started with Cartman putting a pink bow on his head telling the principal that he’s a “trans-ginger.” See, he’s really a girl, though he “lives a life of torture and confusion because society sees him as a boy.”

When he makes girls feel uncomfortable in their own bathroom, Principal Victoria has no choice but to clear out the janitor’s closet and gives Cartman his own bathroom.

He proceeds to deck it out with string lights, lace, and a Clapper, totally going Fifty Shades of Grey up on in it.

The following day, Wendy arrives at school dressed in a jean vest, hair cut short and her name changed to "Wendell."

Principal Victoria tells Cartman (now going by “Erica") that he must share the bathroom with Wendell. You can imagine his reaction to this news, can't you?

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There's rarely any carry over on South Park, but South Season 18 Episode 2 made a brief reference to the terrific premiere when the school called out the boys n their “F-ck you!" campaign.

Butters also apparently set the gym on fire and was therefore absent from the half hour, teasing a possible storyline for next Wednesday.

As for THIS Wednesday?

We’ve all come across someone like Mr. Mackey, haven’t we? Someone who annoying talks about the "amazingness" of a gluten-free diet and who, unprompted, talks up gluten-free recipes?

So the storyline hit home, but it was surprisingly past its prime relevancy date for South Park, a series that prides itself on delivering up-to-the-nanosecond jokes and references.

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There was bad news on South Park Season 18 Episode 1:

When Cartman and his friends tried to launch a start-up company, the name "Boner Forest" was already trademarked.

Fortunately, they were able to snare the moniker "Washington Redskins," which was perfect because Cartman said the mission statement for his business was finding “new and exciting ways to tell people to go f—k themselves."

Hmmmm. We wonder if this was a shot at the actual controversy of the name Redskins and how owner Daniel Snyder's refusal to change it in the face of public outcry.

A fictional version of Snyder was none too happy about the start-up, as South Park depicted him pleading with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell  to intervene and do something about this besmirching.

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There were a lot of interesting moments at Comic Con 2014, held this past weekend in San Diego. We're sure for many fans, just the opportunity to get the first glimpse of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman was worth the price of admission.

But while Gadot's hotness reigned supreme at the Batman vs. Superman panel, it was surely Game of Thrones mastermind George R.R. Martin who provided the bulk of this year's highlights. 

First, the George R.R. Martin Khaleesi photo took the Internet by storm and proved and that the man responsible for Theon Greyjoy having his peen lopped off has a sense of humor after all.

Speaking of wangs, it got even better from there. Check out this interview that Martin gave on the red carpet:

Yes, the revered author responsible for one of the most popular literary works of our time thinks it's important that you know he prefers boobies to weenies.

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It was a season that mocked Kim Kardashian and George Zimmerman.

It also parodied the craziness that sweeps the nation every year on Black Friday, while bringing religious leaders to Colorado and bringing viewers close to a taping of Yo Gabba Gabba.

Yes, it was another crazy couple months of the most irreverent show on television, with no one in pop culture safe from mockery.

Ready to relive the best, most ridiculous moment? Head over to TV Fanatic now and watch South Park Season 17 online. ENJOY!

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South Park Season 17 Episode 10, the show's season finale, was epic.

Not just because we love Kim Kardashian and Kanye West here at The Hollywood Gossip ... okay mostly for that reason. Boy did they get skewered!

In the middle of the night, Wendy was woken up by 'Ye, who snuck into her room to read her a story about a "hobbit" who dreamed of being beautiful.

You can see where the show is going with this, most likely.

"The Hobbit" was able to become beautiful through the power of Photoshop (although she's still no Beyonce), in an installment you need to see to appreciate.

Click to watch South Park Season 17 Episode 10 below!

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So, South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, how do you really feel about Kim Kardashian?

On last night's episode of this Comedy Central hit, Butters told Wendy that he won't date an overweight classmate because she doesn't resemble Kardashian, his skinny fantasy woman.

And how did Wendy respond? By BLASTING the reality star.

"Kim Kardashian is a short overweight woman who manipulates her image and makes average girls feel horrible about themselves," the character screamed, adding: "In real life, Kim Kardashian has the body of a Hobbit!!!"

Later in the episode, Kanye West tried to convince everyone that his fiancee is not really a Hobbit. Pretty amazing stuff.

A Kim Kardashian bikini photo actually graces the cover of the latest Us Weekly. So check it out for yourself and decide where you stand on the Kim Kardashian body debate.

And then react to this bit: Is it foul? Or just really, really, really, really funny?

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This might make the presence of Alana Thompson and her family in our lives entirely worth it.

Tomorrow night's South Park episode will be titled "Raising the Bar" and it will focus on Honey Boo Boo and her family stopped by a certain little mountain town in Colorado.

An easy target for the pop culture-skewering Comedy Central classic? Sure. But a hilarious one, too, we're sure.

Check out a preview now and visit our friends at TV Fanatic for the latest South Park quotes...

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Cementing its status as the timeliest and least tactful show on TV, South Park turned its sights on the Penn State sex scandal last night on the Season 15 finale.

Even a child rape scandal can't dissuade Trey Parker and Matt Stone, whose South Park quotes went after Joe Paterno, his assistants and the entire program.

At one point in the show, a social worker discovers a torture chamber in a foster home ... and says to himself, "What am I ... a recruitment coach for Penn State?"

It got worse. There was also this cringe (or LOL) worthy scene:

We've seen South Park skewer Osama bin Laden, Michael Jackson, Jersey Shore, the Kardashians and many other topics. The show is an equal opportunity offender.

Still, the alleged actions of former PSU assistant coach Jerry Sandusky have roiled the college and stunned the nation like few scandals we've seen before.

Some will undoubtedly say SP went too far here. You? Tell us ...

What do you think of South Park's Penn State bashing?


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