Trey Parker and Matt Stone are probably used to their share of high-fives, fist bumps and sweaty hugs from rabid fans of their long-running claim-to-fame cartoon, “South Park.” Now, on top of all the Tonys they took home for Broadway’s “The Book of Mormon,” they can add one more honor — one that puts them in the company of a Nobel Peace Prize winner.
mtvU has named the pair their 2011 Men of the Year, alongside Burmese opposition leader and former government detainee Aung San Suu Kyi, who was dubbed Woman of the Year. The college network praised Parker and Stone for continuing to “push the envelope by targeting hypocrisy with a comedic sensibility that satirizes zealotry and inserts reason into the global debate.” MTV President Stephen Friedman explained in a statement that, “Each year, mtvU shines a spotlight on the individuals who have challenged us to think about the world in a new way and who have left an indelible mark on our culture and society. … We’re proud to honor Aung San Suu Kyi and Matt and Trey who, in radically different ways, have positively contributed to the cultural narrative of a historic year.”
New South Park episode: Broadway Bro Down streaming
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6 Days To Air: The Making of South Park, is the long awaited South Park documentary about the making of each South Park episode from start to finish. Because South Park is a weekly show, that contains current events in most episodes, you’ll see that there is quite the process in place to make sure each episode gets finished on time. Enjoy!