‘South Park’ Review: A Scathing Premiere Derides White Americans for Protecting White Supremacists

‘South Park’ Review: A Scathing Premiere Derides White Americans for Protecting White Supremacists
One year removed from the 2016 election has given “South Park” the perspective it needs, as Trey Parker and Matt Stone wasted no time in taking aim at how America harbors white supremacy in a biting Season 21 premiere.

[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “South Park” Season 21, Episode 1, “White People Renovating Houses.”]

Following the events of Charlottesville in August, where a counter-protester was murdered at a white supremacist rally, the first episode of the new season focused on the rise of white nationalist ire that led to reinvigorated pride in the hate-filled cause. The episode opened by reintroducing the recurring mob of Confederate flag-waving rednecks, a staple of the series known best for shouting, “They took our jobs!” whenever the opportunity arises.

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The latest “they” in that sentence are electronic personal assistants like Alexa and Google Home. Hordes of South Park residents are seen leaving their
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