New South Park Season Tackles Redskins Scandal

Posted: Sep 23 2014, 2:44am CDT | by , in News | Latest TV News

 
New South Park Season Tackles Redskins Scandal
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Comedy Central release a teaser for the new season premiering tomorrow. It tackles the Redskin controversy. Watch below.

The nice thing about the end of Summer are the new seasons of our beloved TV shows. Last night The Big Bang Theory came back and tomorrow Comedy Central will air the new South Park season. The teaser for the new South Park season is making fun of the Redskins owner Dan Synder. In the clip Cartman named is new company Washington Redskins. Dan Synder calls him to complain, but Cartman says that the Redskins trademark got revoked and he is free to use it. This is actually true. The U.S. Trademark office did revoke some of the team's trademarks because of the offensive nature to native Americans. Watch the hilarious clip below.

It is not clear if the Redskin clip will be already in the first episode of the new South Park season. South Park returns Wednesday 10pm ET on Comedy Central. This is already the 18th season of South Park.

The South Park Season 17 DVD has been released earlier this month and features awesome deleted scenes like this one.

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