clone – minus the social satire, and with worse animation.Gradually, Trey Parker and Matt Stone's humble creation became the smartest (and most subversive) show on television, finding humor in everything from Scientology to the Special Olympics.
Alongside Parker, he has also produced various feature films and television series, including Team America: World Police (2004).And two characters - you put them into this, you know, into this pressure cooker where they don't know what, anything what to do.And then comedy ensues and song and dancing.' A musical for everyone: During a recent interview with ABC , Matt said that although Australia's Mormom population is only a fraction of America's, he believes Aussies will still appreciate the musical Earlier this week, the pair said they will now 'back off' from mocking Donald Trump two months after he won the US election, because as Trey explained - 'satire has become reality.''It's tricky now because satire has become reality,' he told The 7.30 Report.'So we decided to kind of back off and let them do their comedy and we'll do ours.' Backing off: Nearly two months after the US election, South Park creators Trey and Matt say they will now 'back off' from mocking the new President Donald Trump because as Trey explained this week - 'satire has become reality'He added: 'It's really hard to make fun of and in the last season of South Park, which just ended a month-and-a-half ago, we were really trying to make fun of what was going on but we couldn't keep up and what was actually happening was much funnier than anything we could come up with.'The duo are currently Down Under promoting their Tony award-winning stage musical The Book of Mormon.After several years of development, The Book of Mormon, a musical co-written by Stone, Parker, and composer Robert Lopez, premiered on Broadway and became immensely successful.In 2013, he and Parker established their own production studio, Important Studios.In between the cultural cheerleading, there are some highly watchable war and monster spectacles, though none so original or breathtaking as to stop one from associating them with the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy or its imitators.