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'South Park' Returns Early With Hourlong "Vaccination Special" It's safe to assume the episode will touch on major events from recent months. South Park is returning early in 2021 — because there has just been too much in the news that Trey Parker and Matt Stone need to address through their beloved Comedy Central show. Another stand-alone hourlong special is set to premiere on March 10, titled "South ParQ The Vaccination Special." The episode will be simulcast on MTV2 at 8 p.m. The series usually runs its seasons in the fall, but due to the pandemic, only a single hourlong "Pandemic Special" aired in 2020. A behind-the-scenes featurette highlighted that crafting the show remotely was no simple feat. "The citizens of South ParQ are clamoring for the COVID-19 vaccine. A hilarious new militant group tries to stop the boys from getting their teacher vaccinated," reads a description of the upcoming special. It's safe to assume the episode will touch on major events from recent months, such as the presidential election (does Mr. Garrison finally return to his old self?) and the COVID-19 vaccination effort. The "Q" in the title is also a hint the special will likely address the QAnon conspiracy theory and perhaps even the U.S. Capitol insurrection. It remains unclear when the show will return with its traditional 30-minute weekly episodes. Before the pandemic struck and the show was forced to go on hiatus, South Park made major headlines around the globe for its sharp  critique  of the way Hollywood tends to shape its content to avoid offending Chinese government censors. In response, South Park was banned in China, with the country's internet and streaming services totally scrubbed of the show. Parker and Stone found that hilarious. In 2019, South Park was  renewed  through 2022. The show's entire library moved from Hulu to HBO Max in a  deal  reportedly worth $500 million.

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Gov. Spencer Cox speaks at a COVID-19 briefing at the Capitol in Salt Lake City on Friday, Jan. 8, 2021. Those are biological facts, and nobody disputes that at all. It is also a fact that women’s sports has had a disadvantage for many, many years. We’ve gotten better but we still have a ways to go.” What Utahns have to say about who can play on girls sports teams, and who gets to decide Cox’s comments come the day after the House voted to approve Rep. Kera Birkeland’s bill following heated debate. It now goes to the Senate for consideration. Cox said he believes Birkeland’s bill is coming from a “genuine place of concern” and comments “demonizing” her for the bill aren’t helpful. But he also urged people to reflect on the issue if they haven’t met or talked with transgender kids. “If you have not spent time with transgender youth, then I would encourage you to pause on this issue,” Cox said. The governor added that Utah has “gotten really good on the LGBQ side of things” but “we’re struggling on the T side of things. And we will work hard on this. I’m still working with the sponsor, we have a meeting today to see if we can figure out a Utah way to solve this issue.” Asked about Cox’s comments, Birkeland told the Deseret News in a text message “I look forward to learning what changes or language the governor is hoping for.” HB302 is adamantly opposed by groups including Equality Utah and Democrats, who argue it’s “needlessly (targeting) youth who are already marginalized and vulnerable to mental anguish and suicide.” Cox also said he had “threatened to veto” another bill related to transgender issues: HB92 being sponsored by Rep. Rex Shipp, R-Cedar City. Shipp’s bill would prohibit doctors from offering any gender reassignment treatment to minors . The original version of that bill, Cox said, had “many, many flaws.” But he said the latest iteration of Shipp’s bill is “closer to what medical standards are now.” “We had some conversations yesterday with Equality Utah and others on that very bill,” Cox said. “I had threatened to veto that bill before. ... So, again, we have to be really, really careful anytime government gets in between doctors and families and patients.” find out here Troy Williams, Equality Utah’s executive director, said his group met with Cox on Wednesday “to discuss the very real dangers inherent in these two bills.” “We know he is a champion for LGBTQ youth and that he will consider all the issues thoughtfully,” he said. “We will continue to work with lawmakers to ensure that Utah’s LGBTQ youth can soar and thrive.” Cox’s comments mean if HB302 has a chance of becoming Utah law, it needs changes unless he decides to allow it to become law without signing it. However, it’s possible the bill might run into some trouble in the Senate, where legislative leaders have hinted it could be altered.

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