Nov 24, 2016 05:10 AM EST

'South Park' Season 20 Episode 9 Spoilers And Why It Won't Be Aired On November 23

"South Park" is an animated adult sitcom that revolves around four boys and their unusual adventures around the town where they live in which is Colorado town. The animation is created by Matt Stone and Trey Parker. More like The Simpsons and The American Dad, the sitcom became famous for its humor that is more likely for matured audiences, which is dark and surreal humor.

Recently, a report from Yibada stated that the upcoming 9th episode of this twentieth season of "South Park" that was supposed to be aired on the 23rd of November has been canceled. Fans are less thrilled about the news. Surely they have heard of the "Dark Week", it is mainly the reason why the sitcom has been moved to the 30th of November.

Producers also explained what "Dark Week" really is, according to a post from iTechpost, somewhat kind of a "break" for the producers were they relax a little bit and take their time to come up with better episodes and plots. This news has already been confirmed by the sitcom's writers and producers, based on an article from Jobs & Hire.

Meanwhile, the 9th episode of the sitcom will be revolving around three major plots; one will happen in the White House and President-elect Garrison will have to deal with things. The other one is going to be about Kyle. It seems that he had already figured out skankhunt42's real identity, and lastly Gerald Broflovski is going to try and save himself from being stuck at

Comedy Central will still be airing an episode of "South Park" and it will mostly be about the Black Friday holiday. It is entitled as "The Black Friday Trilogy". "It's the biggest Black Friday sale in history. The boys are divided over which gaming device to buy and a bloody battle will determine whether Xbox or Sony will be the winner," a summary of the episode stated.

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