Have you ever invited a neighbor over for a barbecue or a beer (who am I kidding, none of us could do that because we can't afford homes, but I digress), and they get a little drunk and start saying weird things? What if that neighbor was Donald Trump?
What happens when Jimmy Kimmel Live asks Hillary Clinton supporters what they think of Donald Trump's tax plan disguised as Clinton's platform?
They prove to be idiots, that's what.
As is their wont, South Park destroyed Donald Trump last night.
Trump has obviously been all over everything over the past few months, most recently facing off against Stephen Colbert on The Late Show. And the creators of South Park ain't havin' it.
Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have been regularly involved in politics, everything from Kim Jong Il lamentation in Team America: World Police to the President Obama's first election episode which aired the day after voting.
In the episode, Donald Trump becomes the Canadian president and he must be stopped. According to the show, they thought his candidacy was a joke, but they let the joke go too far.
So in very South Park fashion, Mr. Garrison invades Canada to sexually assault Trump to death.
To quote the show:
"Did you hear the good news? The Canadian president has been f*cked to death!"
After launching his new show with a bevy of jokes on Donald Trump, Stephen Colbert decided it would be a nice idea to invite the GOP front running candidate for the presidency on The Late Show.
So, Sept. 22, it happened.
It certainly wasn't the best interview Colbert has had on his show so far, that honor goes to the the emotional chat with Vice President Joe Biden. But still it was a civilized conversation in which Trump still would not say whether President Obama was born in America.
Then they played a little game:
All in all, a solid night at The Late Show.