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South Park: 'The Entire World Has Become Very Uncertain And Unstable'

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Last night, South Park continued on with its 20th season, which has been dedicated to the election, bringing President-elect Donald Trump and his pal Steve Bannon—both subjects of protests nationwide—into their new roles. Don't worry, “All indications are that his transition is going to be fine,” South Park Bannon says, right before it becomes very clear once again that Trump has no idea how to be a president.

In the show, we see Mr. Garrison-Trump and Bannon, along with other key players, trying to make decisions as the world is falling apart around them. The "Troll Trace Program"—a plan to release the full internet histories of everything on earth—is to blame for the worldwide upheaval, and Trump is told, "The entire world has become very uncertain and unstable. When the Chinese are able to see all of our emails and online activity, we believe they will most likely attack us. Also there are ground troops mobilizing in Paris because the French believe once we see their emails, we will most likely attack them." The president is then urged to make a fast decision, just like in some nightmares we had this week, and is told, "We have very little time before this escalates beyond our control." (Watch that clip from the episode right here.)

Throughout the episode a mash-up of "Hail to the Chief" and Darth Vader's Imperial March theme plays in the background, to help keep your heart racing.

In a less disturbing, but no-less-real clip, we see how Mr. Garrison/Trump's hair happens...

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