South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut Comes to Comedy Central
Comedy Central plans to celebrate America's birthday on July 4, 2003 with a 1:00 am broadcast of SOUTH PARK: BIGGER, LONGER & UNCUT, uncensored by the cablenet with encore presentations July 5 and 6 at 1:00 am. The feature film based upon the hit series by Trey Parker and Matt Stone grossed more than $52 million in the U.S. and won both New York and L.A. Film Critics awards. It also received an Oscar nomination for Best Original Song, "Blame Canada."
When the children of South Park start using the 'F' word after seeing an R-rated movie starring the Canadian duo Phillip & Terrence, their mothers "blame Canada" for demoralizing the youth of America. Soon, the U.S. declares war on Canada, Phillip and Terrence are pronounced war criminals, Kenny dies and the forces of evil make plans to take over the Earth. It's up to the boys to stop the war, restore peace, defeat evil and clean up their dirty mouths. This movie will air unedited and is rated TV-MA. Viewer discretion is advised.