South Park:this episode is a perfect satire of the extremely relevant current event involving not only the Washington Redskins but other sports teams like the Seminoles and the Chiefs who are dismissing the perfectly rational argument that their team names are offensive and who are refusing to change their problematic titles
South Park Fandom:but was this a Style episode or a Kyman episode
South Park:instead of us taking a neutral point of view and making fun of both sides so as to avoid offending anyone, we very clearly demonstrated what we think of the NFL, even though we are football fans ourselves, and we think we made very clear what our opinion is on this very high profile issue
South Park Fandom:stan was totally looking at Kyle's butt
South Park:We've had an entire year to come up with all kinds of really interesting episode ideas for the season premiere, but we decided to open with this since, even though it's been a running issue for years and it only just started sparking up again in June, we think it's very fresh in the public eye right now and we feel like not enough people are putting their foot down on this issue.
South Park Fandom:but did you notice how Kyle apologized to Cartman
South Park:Even though we usually target the party in these cases that is offended because we think it's funny that people are offended, rather than invalidate the feelings of numerous cultures by mocking them for wanting respect, we chose to tackle the bigger problem and actually note that, actually, the NFL is being really shitty and we were hoping to shed some light on that
South Park Fandom:did you see Kenny dancing in the background sooo cute
South Park Fandom:the next episode better have Tweek in it
I get so tense I’m often close to puking. We started off on a TV show so I should be at home there, but every time we do telly it riddles me with nerves. I’m petrified from the minute I get in the dressing room to the second we walk out on to the set. I don’t know why - and it’s getting worse.
I just spiral into this one massive bag of nerves. Then, when the next show comes along, it starts again, only worse. Maybe it’s because it feels quite intimate? I don’t like singing in front of small crowds.
In 2013, when we were invited to perform at the American Music Awards, I was in a state about singing a song I was usually comfortable with. Then before we went out, Justin Timberlake was coming off after collecting an award and I remember saying to the lads: “Is that the calibre of people here?” To make matters worse, as he walked off Justin came over to say hello and I was bricking it, nearly swallowing my own puke. I was fine in the end, but it’s draining being that nervous.
the invariably worst thing in the world is when skinny people call themselves fat in front of me and i feel so conflicted about it because society is so hard on all of us and none of us are free from self consciousness but also…. like you and i both know that you’re so much skinnier than me and you calling yourself fat makes me feel like shiiiit