A making-of video of the South Park prolonged ‘Pandemic Particular’ episode has been launched.
South Park Studios shared the clip on their YouTube channel yesterday (September 30) to tie in with the premiere of ‘The Pandemic Particular’.
The episode launched season 24, and is the present’s first one-off, hour-long launch. The content material, consistent with the continued coronavirus pandemic, poked enjoyable at Zoom education, police defunding and the significance of voting within the upcoming US election.
Check out the behind-the-scenes video right here:
‘The Pandemic Particular’ ends with a groundbreaking second for the present, during which the character of President Garrison breaks the fourth wall to encourage viewers to vote.
“Don’t overlook to get out and vote, everyone! Massive election arising!” Garrison says, earlier than burning a pangolin deemed chargeable for the COVID-19 pandemic within the episode.
The gesture follows the implementation of coronavirus-related restrictions which solely permit 5700 socially distanced followers to sit down within the stadium to look at the sport.
Characters chosen for the cutouts embody Stan, Cartman, Kyle and Kenny – all carrying face masks for the event.
In different South Park information, five episodes were recently excluded from HBO Max due to the depictions of Prophet Muhammad.
The affected episodes embody ‘Tremendous Greatest Pals’ from season 5, and episodes ‘200’ and ‘201’ from season 14 – which had been additionally beforehand faraway from Hulu and the official South Park web site.