The More Things Change, The More ‘South Park’ Stays The Same

In August 1997, there were flip phones, not smart phones. The newest computers were running on Pentium II chips, and tech heads were upgrading their internet connections to the latest technology: 56Kbps dial-up modems. There was no Google yet. DVDs had just hit the market. South Park also premiered in August 1997, and while it seems like everything else in the world has changed drastically, Trey Parker and Matt Stone say the way they produce their animated comedy has stayed the same. (Click on the media bar below to hear Trey Parker & Matt Stone)

South Park airs Wednesdays at 10/9c on Comedy Central.

Find Us On Facebook: Hollywood Outbreak
Follow Us On Twitter: @Hollyoutbreak
Posted AC

Related articles

Comments

Share article

Latest articles

Charlize Theron: Women’s Movie Roles Have Become More Challenging (And That’s A Good Thing)

Charlize Theron's new movie, The Old Guard, has been winning raves from viewers and critics who have enjoyed director Gina Prince-Bythewood's fresh take on...

Alex Kurtzman Expands ‘Trek’ Universe With Animated ‘Lower Decks’

The first indication that Star Trek's legacy might outlive the original show's three seasons came when the original cast was brought back to do...

‘Hamilton’ Was No Overnight Success For Chris Jackson

Chris Jackson was literally part of the Hamilton phenomenon from the very beginning -- his friend Lin-Manuel Miranda brought him and Daveed Diggs on...

Victor Cruz Loves Being Part Of Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Titan’ Team

Victor Cruz knows all about teamwork. After all, he was part of the 2011 New York Giants squad that shocked the heavily favored New...

Luke Goss Takes On Val Kilmer In Action Packed ‘Paydirt’ Trailer

Luke Goss (Hellboy II, The Hardway) stars in Paydirt as a parolee named Damien who immediately goes back to his old ways, much to...

New Trailers

Alex Kurtzman Expands ‘Trek’ Universe With Animated ‘Lower Decks’

The first indication that Star Trek's legacy might outlive the original show's three seasons came when the original cast was brought back to do...

Luke Goss Takes On Val Kilmer In Action Packed ‘Paydirt’ Trailer

Luke Goss (Hellboy II, The Hardway) stars in Paydirt as a parolee named Damien who immediately goes back to his old ways, much to...

Rosamund Pike Takes On Marie Curie In Prime Video Biopic ‘Radioactive’

  Rosamund Pike, who received an Oscar nomination for Gone Girl, stars as pioneering scientist Marie Curie in the upcoming feature Radioactive. The narrative centers...

Reporter & His Son Go ‘Rogue’ For New Nature Series

In 2006, Bob Woodruff had just been promoted to co-anchor of ABC's World News Tonight and was on assignment in Iraq when the unthinkable...

‘Psych’ Still In Sync With New Movie Coming To Peacock

After eight seasons and 120 episodes, there were still more Psych stories to tell, so fans were treated to a made-for-TV Psych movie in...