The kids of “South Park” had a huge problem in Wednesday’s episode. They were trying to become superheroes so they could sell a project approximately their lives to Netflix (the company will buy anything, as Cartman explained). Led by Cartman’s raccoon-like character, the group dubbed themselves “Coon and Friends” — yes, the expose apparently thinks its laughable to reference the highly offensive slur.
The group of superheroes’ arch-nemeses wouldn’t stop spreading disgusting fake news approximately them, destroying their brand and their chances of creating bingeworthy video content.
As the town started to dislike the recent superheroes increasingly, Cartman and his gang accosted someone who unfollowed them on Instagram, asking why he would achieve so.
“Because you victimize harmless people and poop in dinky girls’ mouths,” the former Instagram follower explained.
Cartman and the gang are taken aback by the accusation.
“That’s not legal,” Cartman responded. “We’re ‘Coon and Friends,’ not Harvey Weinstein.”
In the version of the episode that currently streaming on Hulu, this exchange is repeated after the credits, reiterating the Weinstein joke.
Several media outlets possess now surfaced disturbing reports of sexual harassment allegations against the producer, with actresses including Asia Argento, Angelina Jolie and Gwyneth Paltrow sharing their stories. Since then, even more women possess near forward with their own accounts of Weinstein’s misconduct.