'South Park' Residents Cheer On Broncos From Stadium Seats Characters from the cartoon town were in Denver for an NFL game. The show's creators went to college in Colorado and are huge Broncos fans. Every cardboard cutout wore a mask — even Kenny!

'South Park' Residents Cheer On Broncos From Stadium Seats

'South Park' Residents Cheer On Broncos From Stadium Seats

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Characters from the cartoon town were in Denver for an NFL game. The show's creators went to college in Colorado and are huge Broncos fans. Every cardboard cutout wore a mask — even Kenny!

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene.

Sports leagues around the world have been coming up with creative ways to fill empty seats during this pandemic. In Denver, you could've mistaken the stadium for "South Park." Residents from the fictional cartoon town packed the seats to watch the Broncos play Tampa Bay yesterday. The show's creators went to college in Colorado. They are huge Broncos fans. The Buccaneers won, though. Every single cardboard cut-out did wear a mask, even Kenny.

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