Parker dreams of taking a vacation “somewhere in the Caribbean,” while Stone just wants to “go look at a wall and check out.” He won’t have long to do so.
Sure, they’ve taught us about gnomes who steal underpants and the dangers of being an Apple fanboy, but Parker and Stone have learned a few things themselves along the way — and they'll be imparting plenty more wisdom when the show returns next week, on October 5.
They worked on a feature film titled South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999), which received critical acclaim by both critics and fans.
Alongside Stone, he has also produced various feature films and television series, including Team America: World Police (2004).
During a recent interview with ABC, Matt said that although Australia's Mormom population is only a fraction of America's, he believes Aussies will still appreciate the musical.'We could all relate to that idea of, like, growing up and you get out of high school and you think you know everything, and then you go to the big city or to college or whatever your version of it is, and you realise you don't know anything,' he said.'And so that's a great place to find a character.
And two characters - you put them into this, you know, into this pressure cooker where they don't know what, anything what to do.