Now in the middle of its 16th season, "South Park" has skewered most of reality TV's most absurd creations. But on this week's episode, Trey Parker and Matt Stone are taking on today's most controversial reality star: Alana "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" Thompson.
In the preview clip of "Raising The Bar" above, we see Alana and her mama June shopping for pigs (we don't even want to know) as they search for the one with the most "pizzazz." Can we expect a pig pageant? Perhaps.
"South Park" airs Wednesday at 10:00 p.m. EST/9:00 CST on Comedy Central.
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Getting Gay With Kids
A song about saving the rainforest (featuring Jennifer Aniston as the choir instructor).
My Robot Friend
Butters sings about his robot friend from Japan.
A Jew On Christmas
Kyle feels left out of all the Christmas celebrations.
Fightin' Round The World
The upbeat intro of the Russel Crowe show.
Ladder To Heaven
Alan Jackson's newest heart-wrenching song.
My Future Self 'n Me
Getting along isn't always easy, especially with yourself from the future.
Faith Plus One
Cartman's Christian rock band releases their much-anticipated album.
Before "The Book Of Mormon," Matt and Trey wrote a mini-musical about Joseph Smith.
Let's Get Out And Vote
Stan finally agrees to choose between a douche and a turd.
Love Lost Long Ago
Mrs. Garrison reminisces about her one-time lover Mr. Slave.
You Gotta Do What You Wanna Do
The boys finally get on board with the teen musical fad.
Token Doesn't Fit In
Token wonders why he has to be different from all the other kids.
Follow The Only Road In Canada
To see the Canadian Prime Minister, the boys must follow the only road in Canada.
Cigarettes All Hidey Lidey Day
The factory workers sing a song about making cigarettes.
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