(VIDEO) South Park Bashes NCAA & EA Sports; Eric Cartman Visits CU-Boulder

South Park is still going strong in this new decade, though new seasons come in fits and starts. In the latest episode, the NCAA and EA Sports come under attack for how they both make a ton of profit off of student-athletes, who don't see any of that gain. Here's a brief portion of

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South Park being South Park, Eric Cartman visits the University of Colorado-Boulder to learn how he can continue to exploit his crack baby basketball league. Later on, Cartman and the gang set up a deal with EA Sports to create a video game for crack baby basketball, but before the boys can get all the money they lose all rights to the league. EA Sports' lawyers did some work and made it so. You know, just like EA creates NCAA Football and Basketball games by not using player names. But, hey, some of those likenesses are uncanny.

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But the main thing to take away from this episode of South Park is that Slash is like Santa Claus: a lie told by our parents, but maybe more fact than fiction.

ht/ SBNation.com

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