11 Things You Never Knew About ‘South Park’

Comedy Central


The premiere of the 21st season of South Park is a little over a month away, and the show will commemorate a solid two decades of pissing people off when it celebrates the 20th anniversary of the airing of its first episode this weekend. The pilot, which cost $300,000 and required a summer’s worth of work and countless pieces of construction paper to come to fruition, centered around an eight-year-old boy getting anally probed by aliens, which should have alerted everyone of what was yet to come.

To celebrate the show’s impressive legacy, we put together a list of some little-known facts about South Park that might surprise even the most dedicated fans. How much do you really know about Matt and Trey’s magnum opus?

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Here’s to many more years of offending as many people as possible.

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