South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone this week took their brand of parody and aimed it directly at the Penn State sex scandal using their team of misfit children as their targets.
In the show’s season 15 finale a social worker named Mr. Adams interviews Kenny and his siblings because their parents have replaced them with a love for Pabst Blue Ribbon.
Meeting with the children in a clown filled room Mr. Adams starts by telling the children:
“I’ve been looking over my file and see you kids have all been horribly physically and emotionally abused. Oh, whoops! That isn’t your case file. It’s the Penn State University Gazette. Ha! I’m joking. That’s just a joke. We like to have fun here. It is your case file. I was all just like, ‘It’s the Penn State Gazette,’ to be like a joke. We have fun.”
After correcting himself he then gives the children a choice:
“Now, listen, you’re going to be put into a foster home, so I need to know, would you like to go to Neverland Ranch, a Catholic church, or Penn State University?”
Mr. Adams even takes a stab at legendary Penn State men’s football coach Joe Paterno who was recently fired for not taking the proper actions against former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky:
“How about this one? Joe Paterno doesn’t walk into a police station. C’mon, that’s a good one!”
Here’s the video for your enjoyment:
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