'South Park' Creators Offer Fans a Chance to Be in an Episode

The kids of 'South Park'.

One fan will be chosen from among those who donate to Next for Autism through Omaze.

Matt Stone and Trey Parker are offering South Park fans a unique opportunity — be drawn in an episode of the show. 

By donating to Next for Autism through the fundraising platform Omaze, fans will be entered for a chance to visit South Park Studios in Marina del Rey and be drawn into an episode next season. 

"The following program contains coarse language and due to its content it should not be viewed by anyone… except YOU!" reads the page announcing the contest on Omaze.com. "You'll visit the studio, grab lunch and meet Trey Parker and Matt Stone who have spent the last 20 years hilariously entertaining and offending nearly everyone. But that's not all, you (and just you) will also be drawn into an episode as one of the townspeople, so you'll have the perfect reason to tell your friends to tune in and look for you."

Anyone who donates $10 will be entered into the contest.

South Park is wrapping up its 21st season on Wednesday. 

Parker and Stone created the Comedy Central cartoon while they were in college together in Boulder. 

It has since gone on to win multiple Emmys and spawn one movie and numerous video games.