Yesterday, the entire cast of beloved TV show South Park sat down to watch a Denver Broncos footy game – cardboard cutout style.
I mean, South Park has always been a show which pushed the boundaries. However, during its mammoth 23 seasons, even with humour and controversy at every corner, they’ve never abandoned the living room TV screen for a football game. Nevertheless, we’re fucking here for it.
Yesterday, the entire population of the southern town lined the seats of a Denver Broncos vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers football game. That’s around 5,000 cardboard cutouts, each manually positioned into the rows of the Sports Authority Field Stadium in Denver.
Not only that, but all the townfolk were dutifully wearing masks, which is a commendable example to be setting for the remaining Karens of America. The social distancing from the South Park gang probably could have been better, but we’ll let it slide this time.
The entire city of South Park will be in attendance at today’s Denver Broncos game vs. the Buccaneers.
Love this intersection of pop culture, Colorado and pro football. pic.twitter.com/1K2yYPfkiw
— Avish Sood (@AvishSood) September 27, 2020
Despite their unprecedented appearance and unparalleled support for the Broncos, the footy team still got their ass handed to them, 28-10 (Buccaneers’ way). This whole affair was basically the definition of chaotic good, and the Broncos were overjoyed to be a part of it along with the South Park mob. Check out their cheeky little TikTok coverage below. They even brought Adele into it.
— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) September 27, 2020