By Curt Wagner
8:35 AM CDT, April 26, 2011
The demented horror flick, “The Human Centipede,” was just ripe for a “South Park” treatment, but I didn’t see this coming.
In director Tom Six’s film, a crazy German scientist sews together three people to form a “human centipede.” In the 15th season premiere of “South Park,” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have stitched (get it?!) the twisted 2010 tale to Apple creator Steve Jobs, who introduces a "new product that will once again revolutionize the way we use our phones and tablet devices": the HumancentiPad.
The episode, called “HUMANCENTiPAD” (really, what else could it be called?), debuts at 9 p.m. April 27 on Comedy Central.
The network says that Kyle becomes “intimately” involved with the development of the new Apple product. In the clip below, we see just how involved he is: That’s Kyle and his parents surgically attached in a mouth-to-rear daisy chain—iPad at one end and iPhone at the other.
I say it again, mmm-kay.
Speaking of fun new technology, I created the "South Park" avatar above with the new “South Park” Avatar Creator App, which allows fans to design their own individual “South Park” character that can be saved and shared with friends. Designed and built by South Park Digital Studios and Hooky Interactive, the App is available for Apple’s iPhone and iPad and for Android phones.
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