The boys show their respect for Caitlyn Jenner when a new principal makes them atone for a history of prejudice.

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The boys show their respect for Caitlyn Jenner when a new principal makes them atone for a history of prejudice.

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This is the second episode to satirize former Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle. He first appeared in the season six episode "Jared Has Aides", while this episode references a sex scandal in 2015 that caused him to be dropped from all Subway advertising. See more »

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After Cartman is out of his hospital bed the medical ventilator is still working. In a shot from a different angle it has stopped. See more »

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PC Fraternity: [Chanting] Social justice 1, 2, 3! Woo Woo! I want to be PC! Woo Woo! It's just the way to be for me and you. Woo Woo! Your hateful slurs are through, Woo Woo!
PC Fraternity Guy #1: I call Woo Woo on you!
PC Fraternity: Woo Woo! We'll fight until you're PC black and blue.
Randy Marsh: Woo Woo!
PC Fraternity: We are language police, fighting bigotry. Hurtful words can suck our turds cause it's PC for me!
PC Fraternity Guy #2: And you!
PC Fraternity: Woo Woo! Yeah! Fuck yeah! PC, bro!
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Written by Adrian Belew, Chris Frantz, Steven Stanley and Tina Weymouth
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Another South Park success!
5 December 2015 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

This episode was a brilliant start to a long anticipated season without a doubt. I'm a hardcore fan and I was not disappointed. The political satire is turned up a few notches and I couldn't help snicker at the attack on the Overly PC group.

I'm seeing a lot of hate for the new character PC Principal because he is honestly quite obnoxious but I think that's the point here people. This over-the-top PC stuff can be extremely annoying and SP has made us feel that quite expertly.

Eric Cartman is literally beaten to submission and that was so uncomfortable to watch because No one beats Cartman at anything! Again that was the point I think. That the in-your-face PC people will (figuratively) beat you to a pulp if you even try to oppose or debate their views.

Kyle is targeted as a main opponent of *insert ridiculous PC mini speech here* and in the end he relents in order to stop the fighting. My jaw dropped at this. I could not believe what was happening. But as a die hard fan I know that that feeling invoked in me was intended. I know that this will not end well for the PC group because this is South Park.

If you find yourself thoroughly annoyed by PC Principal and more than a little upset and confused by the time the episode ends, then it was a success. Trey Parker is telling a story here. Be patient and watch it unfold. I want to see more of PC Prinicpal, he is ridiculous and annoying and I'm pretty sure he will fall spectacularly.


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