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Most people have probably seen or heard of the animated television show South Park. The creators, Matt Stone and Trey Parker may not be recognized but the show itself is well-known. Parker and Stone have a sense of humor some might take offensive. The show is well known for making fun of gay marriage, religion and many other things that has caused a lot of controversy. Throughout the show, Parker and Stone has stretched boundaries with the television industry. Trey Parker, born October 19, 1969, in Conifer, Colorado. Parker has a love for film making and he wanted to further his career and attend the University of Colorado at Boulder. (“Trey Parker” Newsmakers). Trey Parker met Matt Stone while attending the University of Colorado at Boulder

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