South Park helped fill the Denver Broncos stadium over the weekend by sending in 1800 cardboard character cut-outs of recognisable faces from the long-running collection to sit down within the stands.
The Colorado-set present partnered with the NFL staff for yesterday’s (September 27) sport with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, which they went on to lose 28-10.
As a result of present restrictions on crowds which might be in place as a result of coronavirus pandemic, solely 5700 socially distanced followers had been allowed within the stadium for yesterday’s sport.
The South Park staff helped contribute to the common match-day ambiance, nonetheless, by sending in 1800 cardboard character cut-outs to be in attendance on the sport and fill a bit of empty seats.
The likes of Stan, Cartman, Kyle and Kenny had been depicted sporting face masks, together with a number of recognisable characters from throughout the collection’ lengthy historical past.
South Park‘s partnership with the Broncos comes ahead of this week’s premiere of the former’s Pandemic Special, which is ready to air in North America on Wednesday (September 30).
Billed as South Park‘s first-ever hour-long episode, the one-off instalment will see the present ship up the worldwide occasions surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.
A synopsis for The Pandemic Particular reads: “Randy involves phrases together with his position within the COVID-19 outbreak because the on-going pandemic presents continued challenges to the residents of South Park.
“The youngsters fortunately head again to highschool however nothing resembles the traditional that they as soon as knew; not their academics, not their homeroom, not even Eric Cartman.”