Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions. You ask them, the staff of South Park answers!

Question:

February 14, 2007 - Why haven't you guys answered my question yet?

Why haven't you guys answered my question yet?

Answer

Unfortunately, we can't answer every single question as much as we'd like to! Also, the majority of the questions we get have already been answered -- check the FAQ archives!

Question:

February 14, 2007 - How many questions do you guys get?

How many questions do you guys get?

Answer

Several hundred a week.

Question:

February 05, 2007 - How come there's a number of holidays but the kids

How come there's a number of holidays but the kids don't move up a year? Are they dumb or does South Park have Christmas more than once a year?

Answer

That is an interesting question! Too bad I can't think of an answer. Oh, wait, yes, I can: South Park isn't real!

(Shocking, we know.)

Question:

February 05, 2007 - Mr. Garrison won the gay Pulitzer Prize? How is t

Mr. Garrison won the gay Pulitzer Prize? How is that different from the regular one?

Answer

Maybe it's just a category; Pulitzer Prizes are awarded in a number of them.

Question:

February 04, 2007 - How do you play trivia every Wednesday?

How do you play trivia every Wednesday?

Answer

Join us in the chatroom at the appropriate time. We'll explain the rules then.

Question:

February 04, 2007 - Did you guys see the Crab People in the Superbowl

Did you guys see the Crab People in the Superbowl commercial?

Answer

"The King Crab?" I guess our secret is out.

Question:

February 02, 2007 - Why did Matt and Trey diss red heads? We already

Why did Matt and Trey diss red heads? We already have it bad enough, jesus.

Answer

I'm not Jesus, but I'll pass the message along.

Question:

February 02, 2007 - Who are the Hardy boys?

Who are the Hardy boys?

Answer

They are the main characters in a series of detective books.

Question:

February 02, 2007 - Do you guys wake up every morning, now that you're

Do you guys wake up every morning, now that you're successful and rich and everything, and feel different or the same as when you started?

Answer

Interestingly enough, psychological research has shown that making lots of money (and other such things) only makes people happier for a short period of time and generally not long term. Look up "hedonic treadmill" for more information about that.

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