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The 50 Coolest Fictional Cities

35. South Park, Colo.

First Appeared: South Park (Episode 1, "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe," August 13, 1997)
Founding Father: Trey Parker and Matt Stone
Notable Residents: Kyle, Stan, Cartman, Kenny, Mr/Mrs. Garrison, Chef, Butters

In the same way that Springfield was a way to talk about the changing times of the '90 and 2000s in a classic family sitcom format, South Park is the perfect town to talk about the taboos and outrageous topics of the same time period in a very adult (and also very childish) manner. The show's popularity probably stems from the city's ability to house whoever and whatever issue they want, and the crew of elementary school students who have no problem traveling all over the world, making small time trouble, sometimes going as far as the White House. The residents of the town have certainly become one of the funniest aspects of the show, and the city, now in it's fifteenth season, has too many landmarks to name.

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