Having made its premiere in 1997, “South Park” is like a crazy legend in our lives. There are protests in this series against any kind of popular disputes such as American ignorance, terrorism, popular singers, censorship, and conscience exploitation, etc. Being sometimes too political but always very cute, this series will always be remembered. So, why not remember scenes of “South Park” every time you open a new tab in your browser? You can enjoy the best photos of this colorful series when you install our new tab theme extension.
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A Show That Should Not be Viewed by Anyone
So goes the opening disclaimer of “South Park”, the story of four children living in a mountainous small town called South Park in Colorado. The oldest one and a kind of the leader to the group is Stan Marsh; nine years old, and an average American. Stan’s best friend is Kyle Broflovski; Jewish, with red and curly hair, and the warmhearted. Kyle occasionally quarrels with Eric Cartman; the racist, selfish, and snub member of the group. Kenny McCormick is the poorest one in the group and he dies almost in every episode but re-appears in the following episodes without any explanations. The kids always find the best fun ways to portray the USA from religious, political, ethnic, and cultural perspectives.