Created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone and developed by Brian Graden “South Park” is on the list of every anime lover. The American animated sitcom has come back with its 24th season which is a definite boom for everyone. The show premiers on Comedy Central and is a story of four boys in Colorado town. The show is highly popular all across the globe and has a massive fan base.
Now that we have got the first episode of the show, everyone out there is eager to watch the second episode too. Thus, we are here to tell you everything about the second episode of the show. So without taking any more of your time let’s take a quick look at all the things we have gathered up for you.
Release Date Of “South Park Season 24 Episode 2”
The first season of the show aired in 1997, and since then we are getting every year one show. The latest season 23 of the show premiered on Comedy Central last year in September. And with that, the show completed its 307 episodes.
The first episode aired recently on 30th September 2020. And since then the hype is all way too much. Talking about the second episode of the season, it seems like it is getting delayed due to the ongoing pandemic.
The first episode was an hour-long pandemic special episode filmed especially to show relevance with the present situation. But the production of the upcoming season has not yet been completed. Therefore, we need to wait a little longer for the next episode.
Plot Of The Second Episode
The first episode of the show was a special episode. And we saw South Park’s residents struggle with the pandemic. So the upcoming episode might deal with the same plot exploring broader angles. In the previous episode, we saw how the schools have already reopened amid the pandemic. And the kids and other residents were struggling with the ongoing situation.
So likewise we can expect to witness how the residents win through their battle with the pandemic.
Critics praised the social commentary and humor of the episode. But also criticized the plot and overall length of the episode. Adam Beam of Slate said that the episode’s running time was not sufficient to develop its various story threads. It was the highest-rated South Park episode in over seven years, drawing in over 4.05 million viewers and becoming the most-watched program of the night.