I love "South Park" so much. pic.twitter.com/Z7zV0VLDz1— Ryan Parker (@TheRyanParker) September 17, 2015
South Park just unveiled the first episode of its 19th season, and has done a pretty fantastic job with it.
The animated series episode, titled “Stunning and Brave,” left no stone unturned while poking fun at Tom Brady’s DeflateGate fiasco and even featured the National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell in the episode, making it altogether epic.
It shows Eric Cartman being sentenced to four days of detention by South Park Elementary’s new principal, who wants to hold his team accountable for racism and unconscious bias practiced.
However, what Cartman did next got fans on their toes and made this possibly the best season premiere ever for the series.
In one injury-induced dream, South Park managed to summarize eight months of nonsense in the NFL.
Of course, fans loved it, and cheered on South Park on social media:
The new South Park was perfect! Never ceases to amaze me haha— george (@numbyourself_) September 17, 2015
Haha...I am going to Tom Brady this thing... Great @SouthPark tonight...still rocking it after all these years.— Super Lemon Tony (@SLTtweets) September 17, 2015
Tonight's South Park is unreal. LMFAO. Fucking PERFECT.— H (@Tark31) September 17, 2015
South Park's ability to recognize it's own social impact is unparalleled. 19 years of commentary and they made their magnum opus. Bravo— Patrick Gleason (@GleasonPatrick) September 17, 2015
Well I didn't expect it but @SouthPark has outdone itself this time holy shit— Hi I'm UnD34D (@TheUnD34D) September 17, 2015
It is interesting to note that this is not the first time South Park has subjected Brady to criticism: