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'South Park's Hilarious Trump Parody Continues; Now Features Steve Bannon And Boris Johnson

By Vasti Marra Pinera , Nov 19, 2016 04:20 AM EST
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In the recent episodes of “South Park” the series successfully created a hilarious parody of the election and Trump’s presidency. The last episode even included Steve Bannon, who was just appointed as chief strategist and senior counselor for incoming president Donald Trump, and Boris Johnson, who is described as a nicer version of Trump.

This is not the first time the political figures were included in parodies but “South Park’s" version really made everyone have a good laugh. In addition, the series also targeted the people who chose them, saying that they are the people who want “to go back in the past” which was really funny.

Among all the scene s in the episode, it was President Garrison’s new hair helmet, similar to Trump’s hairstyle and disturbing orange face that made everyone’s day. His Secret Service gives him a tour around the Pentagon and tells him he can actually eliminate any person on Earth remotely using the Drone Program.

Garrison asks if he can do everything he wants in the Pentagon now, including all the nuclear missile in the country which reminds everyone the kind of access Donald Trump has now. The next scene shows a report that aircraft carriers are moving to the gulf of Mexico to which Garrison replies with "Now why would we care about Mexico?"

Initially, “South Park” created an episode declaring Hillary Clinton as the president of the United States. The show had to do quick revisions of the animation and the script when it was actually Donald Trump who won the election. The episode is titled “Oh Jeez” which aired on November 9, 2016.

“South Park” is an animated TV sitcom for a mature audience and is known for its dark humor, funny parodies and crude language. It first aired in 1997 and is confirmed to go on until 2019.

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