With sporting stadiums around the world looking rather empty at the moment, the show has done everything it can to simulate the feeling of a live crowd at an NFL game.
In an attempt to liven up the Denver Broncos stadium and make it look like a full house, the seats were filled with cardboard cut-outs of every single South Park character.
Better still, each resident of the town is adhering to pandemic regulations by wearing a face mask and keeping a safe distance from one another.
Images from inside the stadium, ahead of the Broncos game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, were shared by NFL reporter Benjamin Albright, who tweeted: In addition to the 5700 or so live socially distanced fans, the #Broncos will have the entire town of South Park in the stands today…"
What better way to promote the satirical show's upcoming hour-long episode, literally titled The Pandemic Special, which will air on Wednesday, September 30 on Comedy Central.
The special will see Stan's dad Randy capitalise on the town's ever-growing demand for weed as he "comes to terms with his role in the COVID-19 outbreak."
Meanwhile, as the kids return to a far from normal school environment, Cartman is far from happy that remote learning is over and he can no longer sit around at home.
South Park airs on Comedy Central, Netflix and NOW TV in the UK.
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