South Park is giving its pandemic special a sequel with a vaccination special you know is going to be next level weird.
Get ready folks, they’re bringing QAnon to their quiet mountain town.
Comedy Central announced on Friday The South ParQ The Vaccination Special will air in March, covering the latest coronavirus updates in a way only Cartman, Kenny and co. know how.
The official description of the episode reads: ‘The citizens of South ParQ are clamouring for the Covid-19 vaccine.
‘A hilarious new militant group tries to stop the boys from getting their teacher vaccinated.’
The special will be the second installment in over a year-and-a-half, with season 23 wrapping in December 2019 and only The Pandemic Special airing since.
In the States, the original Pandemic Special will air before the new Vaccination Special.
Airing in October last year, the special took a satirical swipe at events of the year, including a school police raid resulting in Token, one of the school’s only Black students, being shot despite doing nothing to warrant it, in a nod to the Black Lives Matter and police brutality protests.
Elsewhere, Cartman was seen celebrating social distancing as his ‘bad internet service’ meant he couldn’t always do the school’s Zoom classes, while Randy Marsh kidnaps a pangolin – thought to be the source of coronavirus – amid fears it’ll be revealed he had sex with it, bringing Covid-19 to the United States.
So if that all came from the first six months of 2020 alone, we can’t wait to see what the newest adventures are going to entail.