Coming into Election Day, the New York Times gave Hillary Clinton a 85% chance of becoming the next president of the United States. South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone were so sure that Clinton was going to win that they named Wednesday’s episode, “The Very First Gentleman.” Things obviously didn’t work out the way many expected them to, and Parker and Stone rewrote the episode and changed the title to “Oh, Jeez,” a reference to Mr. Garrison’s catchphrase as Trump stand-in, Giant Douche.
So, what did they do with less than 24 hours notice?
It didn’t take long to find out. “Oh, Jeez” immediately brought up yesterday’s shocking results, with Randy and other “Turd Sandwich” supporters in slack-jawed disbelief that she lost to “Giant Douche.” Some threw up on the sidewalk or needed to sit down, others shot themselves in the head. In his victory speech, Giant Douche said, “The people have spoken. Just as J.J. Abrams did with Star Wars, I will make this country great again.” Later, the orange-faced president-elect, while under the spell of The Force Awakens-loving ‘member berries with Caitlyn Jenner, admits that he “f*cked them all.”
“Oh, Jeez” also acknowledged the episode’s original title — “The Very First Gentleman” — by having Bill Clinton visit South Park Elementary with his friend, Bill Cosby. Naturally, they sang a (catchy) song together, which is how everyone imagined South Park’s post-election episode would go.
The episode ended with a chilling message from Gentleman Clinton.