Advertisement

South Park: Putin Invaded Ukraine Because “His Dick Doesn’t Work”

Noted geopolitical experts Trey Parker and Matt Stone have solved the mystery of Vladimir Putin's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine

south park vladimir putin russia ukraine dick doesn't work back to the cold war
South Park (Comedy Central)
Advertisement
Advertisement

    Noted geopolitical experts Trey Parker and Matt Stone have solved the mystery of Vladimir Putin’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. In the March 2nd South Park episode “Back to the Cold War,” the cause of this aggression is traced to the fact that the President of Russia’s “dick doesn’t work the way it used to.”

    “Back to the Cold War” follows Butters as he competes in a dressage competition against Russians. Meanwhile, Mr. Mackey finds himself nostalgic for his own youth in the 1980s, though he lacks the self-awareness to recognize this. After some nuclear bomb scares and references to films like War Games, Butters wins the horse-dancing event, and Mackey gave a TV address to the Russians.

    “I know how it is when you’re getting old,” he said. “You start getting aggressive because your dick doesn’t work the way it used to.” South Park cuts to Vladimir Putin nodding in agreement. Check out a clip of shirtless Putin dancing to ’80s music below.

    Advertisement

    South Park’s Season 25 debuted last month. Two films, South Park: Post Covid and South Part: Post Covid: The Return of Covid, premiered late last year, as the first taste of 14 movies in development.

    Here in the real world, Russia has captured several southern Ukrainian cities, though the capital of Kyiv remains independent.  Many international corporations and entertainers continue to protest this senseless war; Disney, Warner Bros., Sony, and Paramount have all paused film releases in Russia, Live Nation and Spotify have ceased doing business in the country, and Netflix announced it would ignore a Russian law requiring media platforms to carry state propaganda channels. Musicians to cancel concerts in the country include Russian rapper OxxxymironGreen Day, Bring Me the Horizon, Iggy Pop, Nick Cave, and more.

Personalized Stories

Around The Web

Advertisement