South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have proven notoriously hard to pin down about their political beliefs, both in personal interviews and in their no-holds-barred approach to satirizing any person, institution, or topic under the sun on the show itself. In a new interview with The Guardian , however, the duo took a clear stance on two specific and very divisive issues. Some have even questioned whether long time friends Stone and Parker are in fact a couple, though both are currently or recently have been married to women. Others assume the two must have developed frictions after closely working together for so long. In an earlier interview with Reason , Stone and Parker acknowledged that their political views could be described most accurately as libertarian Parker is actually a registered member of the Libertarian Party.
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Sparky is Stan Marsh 's dog, who is according to Stan part Doberman and part wolf, and is claimed by Stan to be "the toughest dog on the mountain". This assertion is challenged, however, by other South Park residents when Sparky's homosexual nature manifests; first with the mutt, Sylvester and then with Clyde 's dog, Rex. Sparky seems to not wait for consent from these dogs and instead proceeds to jump upon them and have sexual intercourse with them, much to the humiliation and confusion of the other dogs. Sparky also had a brief physical encounter with the mail-ordered poodle, Fifi , but his only interest in Fifi was her diamond-studded collar.
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During his captivity, US marines forced Saddam, who was executed in , to repeatedly watch the movie South Park: Bigger, Longer And Uncut, which shows him as gay, as well as the boyfriend of Satan. He was also regularly depicted in a similar manner during the TV series. The admission comes with the show's 13th season already running in the US. It will celebrate its 12th anniversary later this year. The show, which satirises a wide range of topics, including religion, sexuality and mental illness, has won a number of awards including three Emmys for Outstanding Animated Programme.
Tweek Tweak is a student at South Park Elementary. He drinks lots of coffee, which causes paranoia and jittery muscle spasms. He made his first appearance in the Season Two episode, " Gnomes ", where it focused around him and The Boys doing a class project together. His next major appearance was in " Tweek vs.