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Watch South Park Hilariously Parody Fraternities In Last Night’s Season Premiere

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South Park is probably the funniest show of all time. The refreshing and oftentimes controversial takes that Trey Parker and Matt Stone have on today’s pussified society always throw a swift left hook straight to the jaw of politically correct idiots and their country-ruining ideas. Seeing as this week’s episode, the first one of season 19, was all about political correctness, you knew it was going to be a great one. And it didn’t disappoint.

I don’t want to spoil any of the episode for you if you plan on watching it, so if you want to watch the episode in it’s entirety, click here and read the rest of this article afterwards.

If you don’t care about seeing the whole episode, here are two of the hilarious fraternity-related scenes.

In the first one, Randy Marsh ends up pledging PC Delta, the new political correctness fraternity.

In the second one, Kyle asks Stan to get Randy to stop hazing him.

As always, there is more than meets the eye in Trey and Matt’s work. Some people are saying that the reason South Park’s creators chose fraternities as the means of conveying the douchiness of PC assholes is because throughout history, fraternities have been considered the “bullies” on campus. Nowadays, however, headstrong, annoying, politically correct libslobs have taken over as the campus-wide high horse riders.

That should be us. Let’s get back on the horse.

[via Comedy Central]

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Jared Borislow

Jared Borislow (né The DeVry Guy) is a writer and content manager for Grandex Inc and a 2015 graduate of the University of Wisconsin. He has been called the "Patron Saint of Butt Stuff" despite never having engaged in sexual activity of any nature until he turned 21, which he is still convinced is the minimum age at which you can legally have sex.

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