South Park Just Got A Lil More Hazy

Another big step towards making medical marijuana more sociably acceptable is being made by Matt Stone and Trey Parker. Opening their 14th season with “Sexual Healing” poking fun at all of the recent male celebrity sex scandals, the creators of South Park are now moving onto the the issue of medicinal marijuana.

In Wednesdays upcoming episode Cartman is devastated when he learns that his favorite fried chicken restaurant has closed and a medicinal marijuana dispensary opened in it’s place. Randy (Stan’s dad) is the first in line to try and get some “compassionate relief” but has a hard time trying to come up with a medicinal reason to get his bud on.

I’m really curious to see of this episode is going to help push people to support marijuana legalization. They definitely have the audience to make some sort of impact. What remains to be seen is whether or not it is for or against legalization. Be sure to tune into Comedy Central this Wednesday to catch this new episode airing at 10 PM Central.

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  2. therealkepler March 31, 2010 at 00:02

    I guess if you don't love South Park as much as I do, you wouldn't know this. But Matt and Trey are both staunch libertarians. Basically, Stan and Kyle follow their beliefs.

    But I can almost guarantee how the show will go. It'll probably be an attack on Medical Marijuana. It'll show how stupid it really it, and its basically a loophole for legal consumption of marijuana for practically anyone. But in the end, the overall theme is going to be how cannabis should just be legalized and regulated to make it safer for anyone.

    Call my shit out if I'm wrong, but I doubt I will be.

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