Dec 05, 2016 05:57 AM EST

‘South Park’ Latest News, Updates, Spoilers And Release Date: New President Elect Discusses About Pentagon Crisis

"South Park" became widely popular for its funny yet dark and surreal humor most likely for adults. Now, it is already in its twentieth season, episode nine and it seems that fans will never get tired of the unusual sitcom.

The ninth episode of the season was supposed to hit the small screens on the 23rd of November but then was moved to the 30th of November, however, according to Jobs and Hire, the ninth episode was moved because of Thanksgiving, Black Friday and as what the producers explained the "Dark Week." It is when the producers and creators give themselves more time to come up with a more creative and authentic episodes for "South Park". The upcoming episode had already been canceled three times.

Furthermore, the upcoming episode's storyline will more likely be about the newly elected president discussing the pentagon crisis and how he will be able to solve the crisis. Based on Enstars, the ninth episode which is entitled "Not Funny," President Garrison will use his military powers as a solution to the pentagon crisis. The President is also going to have to decide whether he's going to bomb Denmark or not.

Reports say that there are only two episodes left before the twentieth season of the series ends and the story is only becoming more and more interesting. One of the most anticipated episodes is the one about everyone on earth might consider moving to Mars as the earth is in chaos and is so close to its end. Cartman, on the other hand, is persistent on moving to Mars and even his girlfriend, Heidi, but he's going to have to figure out how owning the fact that in the previous episode, Cartman refused to use social media. Also, in this episode, fans will finally find out where Kyle and Ike are.

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