Wednesday, April 27, 2011

TV Tonight: South Park!

Posted By on April 27, 2011, 3:19 PM

So, you watched The Voice last night, didn't you? Even though I told you to stay away? Fine, whatever. Remember: True TV and City Weekly will present a free (big) screening of the premieres of FX’s Louie and Wilfred Thursday, June 23 at Brewvies. ---

What's new tonight:
South Park (Comedy Central) Season 15 (!) Premiere: Tonight, "Steve Jobs" of "Apple" introduces his latest revolutionary i-vention to the world: The HumancentiPad. The gag may only work if you've seen the cult horror flick The Human Centipede and/or aren't a full-blown iZombie devotee to all things Apple (you know who you are), but so what? Trey and Matt have been at this for 15 seasons; they don't need your fucking approval, man.

Also new tonight:
Better With You, Cougar Town, Happy Endings (ABC); Survivor (CBS); American Idol, Breaking In (Fox); America's Next Top Model (The CW); The Ultimate Fighter, Coal (Spike); Extreme Couponing (TLC); The Real World (MTV); Top Chef Masters (Bravo); Mythbusters (Discovery); Workaholics (Comedy Central); Justified (FX)

Preview: Apple i-faithful, beware tonight's season premiere of South Park:

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