How Trey Parker and Matt Stone Make an Episode of “South Park”

“60 Minutes” is airing a segment about “South Park”

South Park started from a  foul mouthed Christmas Special in1997 to one of the funniest cartoons to date 15 seasons and 216 episodes later.

The men behind the show Trey Parker and Matt Stone have recently been poked and probed about their Broadway show The Book of Mormon but South Park is not to be forgotten with it’s season premiere lurking around the corner.

“60 Minutes” will be airing a feature and give a  behind-the-scenes look at how a “South Park” episode is created. Enjoy the promo below showing you the six-day writing, animating and recording process that the duo have used to create the funny episodes weekly with such speed.

Watch the full episode this Sunday at 7:00 p.m. on CBS.


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South Park Season 15 Continues

South Park Season 15 – Episode 8

South Park Is Back

South Park be back on the air after it’s mid-Season break with Episode 8 of Season 15.

The episode will air on October 5th. Judging by the trailer the new episode looks like it follows in the same vein as the previous episode You’re Getting Old, which many people suspected had drawn an end to South Park… but as we now know South Park was Renewed for more seasons


Enjoy the Trailer:


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Best Animated TV Comedy Of All Time – Your Vote

College Humor’s Results

The top spot for the best TV Comedy of all time has been discussed, battled and raged about over many years.

College Humor decided to end all the talk and put it to a vote. Fans of the site had a chance vote for The Best TV Comedy Of All Time. The results didn’t throw up many shocks, all your favourites are included, minus a few english classics.

What will not come as much as a surprise is that the top 2 best TV comedies of all time are 2 animations, yep no actors needed. Legendary shows The Simpsons and South Park Hit the number 1 and 2 spot respectively.

The People’s Top 5

5. Family Guy

The King of the Cutaway, Seth MacFarlane’s Family Guy is so funny that it played a joke on Fox by being canceled and making DVD money after the fact. Some people don’t like the non sequitur style of the famous Family Guy gags, but those people just remind me of the time I was locked in a monkey cage in Venezuela with Gary Busey.

4. The Office

There’s nothing like relaxing after a long day at the office by watching people in an office, and there’s nothing more American than taking something from Britain and making it our own. The U.S. version of the The Office pays homage to the classic original, but ultimately finds its own voice, which is definitely a feat worthy of a seat so high on our list.

3. Futurama

Getting accidentally frozen cryogenic-style and waking up in a future where Katey Segal is a one eyed babe is every slacker’s fantasy, and Futurama is the vehicle that lets us live that dream! I mean, who doesn’t want to be best friends with a hard-drinking robot or have pets that poop dark matter? Yea the future sure does look great. Unless of course you live in New York… Enjoy your mutanthood…

2. South Park

Who knew that the crappy cardboard paper you used to play with in preschool could make you millions? Like The Simpsons before it, South Park showed us what animated humor could be if it were on cable. Barf humor and anal probes propelled the series (and its network) to super star status. We now live in a world where we can say “shit” on basic cable. South Park did that.

1. The Simpsons

The Simpsons has come a long way from its roots as a short on The Tracy Ullman Show, as it gears up to enter its 23rd season. This house of Homer is both an animation and comedy institution. In fact, The Simpsons was a major influence for most of the shows on this list. I mean, c’mon. How many shows have had a catchphrase included in the freaking dictionary?

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Vote For Your Favourite

It’s great to see the top 5 dominated by 4 animated comedies. So the questions we pose to you is what is your favourite Animated Comedy?

You have a choice of Family Guy, Futurama, South Park and The Simpsons.

EW argues the case.

College Humor’s results put The Simpsons as number one. Over at Entertainment Weekly things got a bit heated. Even StayToonedIn writer Peter Bakare has his say

Out of the 4, It would have to be South Park! The Simpsons have over 20 seasons and to keep up the level is impressive but if you had to be honest with yourself when was the last time The Simpsons actually made you laugh continuously throughout the episode?

Make Your Vote now

Behind The Scenes Documentry on “South Park”

Trey Parker and Matt Stone Set for “South Park” Documentary

All Access

“An all-access pass to the behind-the-scenes world of creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone at South Park Studios in Los Angeles through this special documentary, providing an exclusive, insiders look into the making of a ‘South Park’ episode.”

The documentary is part of a SP celebration due to the impending release of the Second part of Season 15. The documentary will air on Comedy Central on October 2nd, followed by the second part of Season 15 on October 5th.

Season 15 the Last?

For those not in the know, South Park was recently Renewed for Season 16. To get the full story and read why Matt Stone & Trey Parker now get paid $75million, Click here

South Park Season 16

South Park Season 16 / Season 17

Comedy Central Renews South Park Through 2013

South Park Creators Matt stone and Trey Parker have signed a new deal with Comedy Central to produce South Park Episodes until 2013.

Season 15 Returns

Season 15 will now return on October 5th, airing the last 7 episodes of that season.

Season 16 / Season 17

Season 16 is expected to be aired in 2012 and Season 17 in 2013 all to be shown on Comedy Central network which has been home to South Park from the beginning.

Creating an episode in a Week

With just a week to create each episode Matt Stone and Trey Parker will be under extreme pressure to complete each episode. Where as other animated comedies such as Family Guy and The Simpsons have many weeks if not months to prep an episode SP don’t have that luxury

“Every show, we’re down to the wire,” says Parker, running his hand through his hair in exasperation. “I don’t know how we’re going to do it. It’s a nightmare.”

$75 Million Contract

The new deal for Matt Stone and Trey Parker is thought to be worth more than their previous agreement with Comedy Central, which was worth a staggering $75million.

The Rumors

Following the episode “You’re Getting Old”, the last episode in Season 15 before the mid-season break, rumors started to circulate that SP was about to be cancelled.

Now you’ve had the good news you’ll no doubt be itching for October 5th to arrive, but until then here’s one of favourite clips from south park, I’m not your friend, buddy

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2011 Animation Emmy Nominations

Animated Primetime Emmy nominations

The Emmy Award Nominations were announced today with many big budget animations going for the win. The likes of Family to Robot chicken are all included.

I would have liked to seen Archer included in the line up. It’s not a Matt Stone and Trey Parker product nor is it part of Animation Domination but it is freakin’ hilarious to watch and at least needs some recognition, right?

Nomination List

Outstanding Animated Program

  • The Cleveland Show, “Murray Christmas”
  • Futurama, “The Late Philip J. Fry” (My Pick)
  • Robot Chicken, “Star Wars Episode III”
  • The Simpsons, “Angry Dad – The Movie”
  • South Park, “Crack Baby Athletic Association”

Outstanding Short-format Animated Program

  • Adventure Time, “It Came From The Nightosphere”
  • Disney Prep & Landing, “Operation Secret Santa” (My Pick)
  • Regular Show, “Mordecai And The Rigbys”
  • Robot Chicken, “Robot Chicken’s DP Christmas Special”
  • SpongeBob SquarePants, “That Sinking

Outstanding Voice-Over Performance

  • Futurama, “Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences,”Maurice LaMarche as Lrrr & Orson Welles
  • The Looney Tunes Show, “Jailbird And Jailbunny,” Bob Bergen as Porky Pig
  • Robot Chicken, “Catch Me If You Kangaroo Jack,”Seth Green
  • The Simpsons, “Donnie Fatso,” Dan Castellanetaas Homer Simpson, Krusty the
    Clown, Barney Gumble, Louie

 Who is your money on?

South Park Creators Win TONY Award

Matt Stone & Trey Parker Win TONY Award


The legendary creators of iconic show South Park have now won a TONY award for Best Musical with their new broadway production “The Book of Mormon”. 

Theatre Guide Trish Causey says “There is a reason The Book of Mormon was nominated for 14 Tony Awards — it is too funny for words”.

Well congratulations to the guys from Colorado. Check out South Parks Awards list

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