"I'm goin' down to South Park. Gonna have myself a time."

Reference

List of South Park episodes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
South Park - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"South Park is a Peabody Award and Emmy Award-winning American animated television series about four fourth grade school boys who live in the small town of South Park, Colorado. The series was created and written by Matt Stone and Trey Parker, and has been distributed and aired by Comedy Central since 1997. The series is known for its characteristically blunt handling of current events and its pop-culture parody. ..."

Cast and Crew

Matt StoneWriter, Voice of Kyle Broslofski, Kenny McCormick, etc.
Trey ParkerCreator, writer, director, producer, voices of Eric Cartman, Stan Marsh and others

Articles

3 libertarian takeaways from South Park season 20 (SPOILERZ), by Joseph Kast, 14 Dec 2016
Discusses the themes of the 20th season of "South Park", in particular the issues of free speech and online anonymity, groupthink and the dangers of traditionalism
"South Park may be pop culture's crudest cartoon, but it's also one of today's sharpest libertarian satires. Last season — season 19 — the series addressed the creepy effects and consequences of hyper-sanitized speech, the beauty and bravery of LGBT relationships (really), and the importance of a robust free press. And season 20 took the show's political themes to a new level, squarely tackling free speech, the perils of groupthink, and the temptation of traditionalism."
South Park Libertarians: Trey Parker and Matt Stone on liberals, conservatives, censorship, and religion., by Nick Gillespie, Jesse Walker, Reason, Dec 2006
Transcript of conversation with Trey Parker and Matt Stone, at Reason's Aug 2006 conference in Amsterdam
"... South Park, now finishing its first decade at Comedy Central, follows the misadventures of four grade-school boys in the mythical town of South Park, Colorado, a Brigadoon of small-town depravity, degradation, and good old American values. I suspect that South Park will prove every bit as long-lived in the American subconscious as Mark Twain's Hannibal, Missouri, or Laura Ingalls Wilder's prairie."
Related Topic: Trey Parker
The Invisible Gnomes and the Invisible Hand: South Park and Libertarian Philosophy, by Paul Cantor, 4 Dec 2006
Includes detailed review and discussion of season 2 "Gnomes" episode
"South Park is at one and the same time the most vulgar and the most philosophical show ever to appear on television. ... if one is patient with South Park, and gives the show the benefit of the doubt, it turns out to be genuinely thought provoking, taking up one serious issue after another, from environmentalism and animal rights to assisted suicide and sexual harassment."