Who among us hasn’t wanted to mercilessly mock Cartman, pull a prank on Mr. Garrison or kill Kenny?
And for charity’s sake?
Trey Parker and Matt Stone, everyone’s favorite Boulder-bred rabble rousers and the creators of “South Park,” are offering a chance to step into their long-running Comedy Central series as a character.
Parker, who in the video announcement sports his Colorado roots with a vintage Broncos shirt and Buffs hat, went to Evergreen High School and University of Colorado Boulder. Stone may not be sporting a hat, but he also grew up in Littleton and went to CU.
The contest, which is being run through crowdfunding site Omaze, is part of a fundraising effort for Next for Autism — a national nonprofit that runs programs to support people with the developmental disorder.
Donating money to Next for Autism (via Omaze) will make fans eligible for the following prizes (language via omaze.com):
– Being immortalized in an episode of “South Park” and getting drawn into the show as one of the townspeople
– Meeting the show’s “hilarious creators,” Trey Parker and Matt Stone
– Visiting the South Park studio, grabbing lunch and seeing how the show comes together
– Getting flown out to L.A. and put up in a 4-star hotel (flights and hotel included; and you can bring a friend, too)
– Probably something else (our language, not theirs)
If you’ve been dying for “eternal life,” as they say in the video, or at least becoming a “random townsperson” to be used in scenes where crowds chase the mayor, or run from a volcano, visit omaze.com/southpark to donate and enter.