"Oh, Jeez" pretty much said it all. "South Park" scrambled to change last night's planned episode of "The Very First Gentleman" -- for Hillary Clinton's presumed presidency -- to "Oh, Jeez" to reflect what actually happened. Trey Parker and Matt Stone are known for working up to the last minute, and their post-election episodes are always must-sees. (Remember how they showed both sides overreacting to Obama's win in 2008? Good times.)

The November 9 episode, "Oh, Jeez," was pretty somber, with the town reacting in shock to the 2016 election results:

"South Park" has used Mr. Garrison, aka "Giant Douche," as a stand in for Donald Trump (with Caitlyn Jenner as his VP) with Hillary Clinton as herself, aka "Turd Sandwich." So Mr. Garrison is now the reluctant new president.

The episode showed Stan's father, Randy Marsh, reacting to the election news with a "Planet of the Apes" scream to viewers: "What have you done? You MANIACS!" He added in disbelief, "This isn't how it was supposed to happen," as a man in the background shot himself in the head.

Here's a "Morning After" preview, posted before the episode aired:

According to Entertainment Weekly, the previous tease for "The Very First Gentleman" showed PC Principal holding a rally at South Park Elementary after a Hillary Clinton victory. The principal was set to welcome Bill Clinton to speak to the grade-schoolers.

Check out the full episode:

[via: Salon, Screen Rant]

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