PC Principal tries one more time to make peace between the boys and the girls. Meanwhile, Gerald comes face-to-face with the Troll Hunter.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Randy Marsh / Mr. Garrison / Stephen Stotch / PC Principal / Caitlyn Jenner / Dildo Schwaggins / Bill Clinton (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Gerald Broflovski / Butters Stotch (voice)
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Sharon Marsh / Shelly Marsh (voice)
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Sheila Broflovski / Linda Stotch / Hillary Clinton (voice)
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Heidi Turner (voice)
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Ike Broflovski (voice)
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PC Principal tries one more time to make peace between the boys and the girls. Meanwhile, Gerald comes face-to-face with the Troll Hunter.

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This episode was originally titled "The Very First Gentleman" and was produced with the assumption that Hillary Clinton would win the 2016 US presidential election, similar to how South Park: About Last Night... (2008) and South Park: Obama Wins! (2012) were both produced with the assumption of Barack Obama's election and re-election, which the show runners admitted put them at risk for a "Dewey Defeats Truman" moment. The title and several scenes were hastily changed to reflect Donald J. Trump's upset victory in the election. The original version of the scene where Bill Clinton greets the school for the first time is viewable on YouTube, where PC Principal introduces him as the newly elected First Gentleman. See more »

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Features Rick Astley: Never Gonna Give You Up (1987) See more »

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Never Gonna Give You Up
Written by Mike Stock, Matt Aitken, Pete Waterman
Performed by Rick Astley
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10 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I first heard that this episode was titled "The Very First Gentleman", causing many people to believe that the episode would feature Hillary Clinton winning the election as many people thought. We all know she ultimately failed, but at least she got close. So, did they literally change the plot of this episode to have the change? If so, the creators had literally one day to do it and I don't think it would even be possible for them to change it in so short of a time. Is there another episode that exists where Hillary wins the election? If nothing else, I love this because it reassured me there was still humor after Trump was elected.

Oh, and this episode included more digs at "Family Guy" with Gerald doing some impressions from the show by Seth Macfarlane. Dang, it just seems like every episode just makes you eager for the next one. If there's any disappointments, it's that the member berries weren't featured more. Maybe I'm just in the mood to talk about them with "Sausage Party" being released on DVD lately. That should be in that movie's sequel! They'd meet the member berries! I heard that the f-word was actually said unbleeped in this episode, but I couldn't seem to recall it. It would probably be edited from all subsequent broadcastings.

On a serious note, I really do want to talk about Donald Trump winning. Well, we're not going to find out what would happen if the President was a woman and what her husband would be called. I'm guessing they assumed he'd be called the first gentleman. Anyway, I really do want to assure us that we live in an age of self awareness and people in the country still support significant change. We live in crazy times, but we were able to survive two Bush terms so I'm sure we can get through this. I'm not going to say find this review helpful if you're against Donald Trump. Just go out there and live your life as you would have before. I believe everything happens for a reason even if we don't know why that is. ***1/2


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