'South Park' Quickly Reworked for Donald Trump's Victory

The episode also marked the first time in the show's 20 seasons that the F-bomb was not bleeped during the early airing.
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Randy yells at the 'South Park' Donald Trump character for getting elected president.

It seems Matt Stone, Trey Parker and their crew were hard at work reconstructing Wednesday night's new South Park episode to reflect Donald Trump becoming the 45th president-elect. 

Originally, it appeared that the show anticipated a Hillary Clinton victory, reflected in the episode's teaser and its title, "The Very First Gentleman," released Monday. 

But, since South Park is turned around so quickly, it is able to be more topical than any other sitcom on TV. So after Trump won, the title of the episode was changed to "Oh, Jeez," and some of the lines said in the teaser for a Clinton victory were also altered.

The episode marked the first time in the show's 20 seasons that the F-word was not bleeped during an early time-slot showing, according to Comedy Central. 

Usually, the only time that word is not bleeped is during late-night airings and on Hulu. However, it was said once, uncensored by Mr. Garrison on Wednesday. It was bleeped afterward in the remainder of the episode. 

Bill Clinton was still in the episode, as foretold in the original trailer. 

Since last season, the show's Trump character has been represented by Mr. Garrison (referred to as "Giant Douche"). His running mate is Caitlyn Jenner.

A second teaser came out Wednesday, ahead of the show's airing, which addressed the Trump victory. 

Check out that clip below: 

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