'South Park' Creators Jab Hollywood, Terror War NPR's Kim Masters visits the set of the upcoming movie Team America: World Police, produced by the duo behind the animated TV show South Park. Trey Parker and Matt Stone give their take on how to handle the war on terrorism.
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'South Park' Creators Jab Hollywood, Terror War

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'South Park' Creators Jab Hollywood, Terror War

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Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the irreverent duo who created the animated TV show South Park, are using a new style of animation for a comic look at the war on terror.

NPR's Kim Masters visits the set of their upcoming movie Team America: World Police.