While Glitzy the pig has been immortalized to Here Comes Honey Boo Boo fans everywhere as the tiny porcine creature that was chosen as a companion and pageant prop by Honey Boo Boo herself, Alana Thompson, 7, now that he's been spoofed on Matt Stone and Trey Parker's Comedy Central mainstay, South Park, he can say he's officially made it.
Matt Stone and Trey Parker's South Park teased Wednesday night's show by poking fun at the GOP debates with Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul, but the actual epsiode took a left turn after the opening scene, absurdly poking fun at Internet memes like planking and Tebowing by creating new memes after celebs Faith Hill and Taylor Swift.
Matt Stone and Trey Parker put their own spin on the GOP debates that have been entertaining the nation in the next episode of South Park, entitled "Faith Hilling," to air on Comedy Central Wednesday night.
After 15 seasons on the air, the hugely popular, crudely drawn cartoon South Park, created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone (pictured), has been renewed by parent network Comedy Central for another three seasons.
All those diehard fans of the FOX mainstay The Simpsons, who grew up with the beloved animated series for the past 23 seasons, may soon have to face the bittersweet reality that all good things come to an end.
Everyone knows Jason Schwartzman was the drummer for Phantom Planet, and Jared Leto’s group 30 Seconds to Mars has been winning awards for years, but some of your favorite Hollywood personalities have, not so quietly, been maintaining musical passion projects on the side.
Comedy Central bleeped all references to the Prophet Muhammad on Wednesday's installment of South Park after a radical Muslim website issued a warning to the show's creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, pictured.
Broadway will get a little funnier next year as the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, have written a musical comedy set to debut in March 2011. Titled The Book of Mormon the show will feature music and lyrics written by Parker and Stone along with Robert Lopez, a co-creator of the Tony award winning puppet-musical Avenue Q.