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"Truth and Advertising" is the ninth episode of the nineteenth season and the 266th overall episode of the animated television series South Park, written and directed by series co-creator Trey Parker.It is the second part of a three-episode story arc which began with the previous episode "Sponsored Content" and concludes with the following episode "PC Principal Final Justice" that together serve as the season finale.The latest gives some sort of life to the original wavy-haired screaming thing that has appeared on the logo for some time.Now it's called Cara and just want to find somebody to love. Or maybe it'a saying that customers have found something to love, in the shape of In the sense that that's how many people have used your service?Here's's latest steaming pile of dung, by far its worst yet, featuring an awful scribbly thing singing Queen's Somebody To Love.This is clearly's most recent attempt to come up with a 'character' for its adverts that can rival Geo Compario from Go Compare and Aleksandr Orlov from Compare the Market (makes all its adverts in-house, perhaps explaining why they're all so unutterably dire).

Previous (s)hits include the baffling talking about how incredible their experience of using a particular price-comparison website is; the weirdy two-dimensional set ones with a load of people acting like twats; and the original with Nicky Campbell kicking things off by going AAAAAAAAAGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHH!Watching desperately trying to locate some kind of brand strategy, thrashing back and forth with a succession of appalling advert, has been vaguely pitiful.To co-opt it for your latest abysmal advert shilling your stupid website is actually pretty obnoxious. Cara actually appears to pull a microphone stand out of her minge. And it's yet another bizarre change in direction away from the previous efforts.The only solace I can find is in imagining every single one of the people in the cartoon dead from imbibing some poison straight from Cara's vagina itself.

It premiered on Comedy Central on December 2, 2015.Like the previous episode, this episode continues to parody the abundance of online advertising while continuing its season-long lampoon of political correctness.


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