They really went there! South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker didn't shy away from controversy on Wednesday, Sept. 23, when the latest episode of their always un-PC cartoon aired, showing Caitlyn Jenner killing two pedestrians in a car accident.
The show started with Jenner taking Kyle (who had just been commended by President Barack Obama for his pro-tolerance speech) for a ride in her car.
In what appeared to be a very close-to-the-bone comparison with the KUWTK star's car accident back in February, which left a driver dead, Jenner is seen plowing into a pedestrian, and taking off without a care in the world.
Next up, it was Donald Trump's turn to get well and truly South Parked, as Mr. Garrison arrived in Canada to take on a Canadian Trump, who had been building a wall to keep Americans out of his country!
Having literally "screwed" the Trump look-alike to death (yes, it is what you're thinking, and it was gasp-worthy moment) Garrison then returned to the U.S., announcing plans to run for President, with Jenner as his running mate.
He was then seen jumping into a white convertible alongside the cartoon rendition of the I Am Cait star, who told Garrison to, "Buckle up, buckaroo!" before zooming off at top speed — and taking out a second pedestrian in the process.
But while the subject matter was certainly shocking, the Internet reacted in excited uproar, delighted that the show had tackled two huge celebrity stories on one episode.
"It took South Park a minute and a half to roast Caitlyn Jenner, SJWs, and Donald Trump using one fluid story line. This show is unstoppable," one fan wrote via Twitter.
"Caitlyn Jenner. Illegals. PC Principal. omg i cannot even with all this #SouthPark," added another.
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