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TV Club: An occasionally funny South Park has an odd view of this week’s presidential debate

One obvious advantage of South Park’s down-to-the-wire production schedule is that Trey Parker and Matt Stone can skewer whatever’s happening in the news that week. Sometimes it results in episodes so raw and unfiltered in their lampooning, they become instant classics. Other times though, the commentary comes out half-baked, as if the creators didn’t have enough time to develop a fully formed point of view.
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