South Park has just killed a great character

South Park spoilers follow.

One of South Park‘s most iconic running bag was that the protagonist Kenny McCormick was killed in almost every episode, only to reappear in the next, as if nothing had ever happened.

The joke stopped, just like in season five, when creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker revealed that they had grown tired of torturing the poor, fictional boy. They then wrote him off the show before returning for the season six finale

Although he is still being released occasionally, this is not something that is expected anymore.

In the long-running animation are new Post Covid special, however, the orange parka sports kid died for genuine (again) – or so did an older version of him at least.

Kenny, South Park

Comedy Central

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The hour-long event, which can now be streamed on Paramount +, takes place decades into the future, years after Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman moved away and slipped apart.

However, the former friends are brought back to the titular town when Stan – now an online whiskey consultant in a relationship with a holographic Alexa – receives a phone call from Kyle, who tells him that Kenny has passed away.

Arriving back at South Park for Kenny’s funeral, Stan, Kyle and Cartman – whose newfound Judaism annoys Kyle, as he had regularly made anti-Semitic comments when they went to primary school – discover that Kenny had grown up to be rich and famous scientist, and that he was killed while investigating the origin of the coronavirus.

South park post covid movie trailer

Paramount +

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Kenny’s clues suggest to the boys (well, men) that Stan’s father Randy and his farm had something to do with COVID-19 and that they would be able to find the evidence if they “thought like children again”.

Later, Randy reluctantly admits to having started the pandemic by having sex with a pangolin in China, and when he goes out and talks about how he used to smuggle marijuana seeds up his butt at the nursing home, Stan struggles with a thought. : Kenny hid his data in his own ass.

At the morgue, Stan, Kyle and Cartman pick up the flash drive and bring it to the school lab, where they and a bunch of their other friends watch Kenny’s last video.

In it, he explains that he was trying to perfect time travel, and how a colleague of his found out that everyone’s terrible fate was due to the fact that his “argumentative, combative, pessimistic a ** hole” best friends let the pandemic run. them separately.

south park post covid special

Paramount +

He then states that a malfunction in their technology brought him into another era, and when he reappeared, he became infected with a deadly COVID variant.

The thesis ended with Stan and Kyle promising to finish Kenny’s work and figure out time travel so they can fix the future and their friendship. Cartman also agrees to help, but slips out of the lab to his family, where he admits he does not want the future fixed and flees with them.

Elsewhere, Randy finds a single marijuana plant growing on the burned fields at Tegridy Farms, vowing to protect the last bit of “tegridy” left.

South Park aired on Comedy Central. It is also available through streaming services, including Amazon Prime video and NOW in the UK, with selected episodes on Netflix. In the United States, it is also available at HBO Max.

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