South Park has seemingly called the 2016 presidential election for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. A frustratingly short clip from this week's episode, spoiler-esquely titled "The Very First Gentleman," shows PC Principal hyping up a school visit from none other than Bill Clinton in an effort to combat "male locker room mentality."

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The episode's official synopsis, per Screen Crush, also hints at a Clinton victory:

"The new administration has plans for Gerald on an all-new episode of South Park titled “The Very First Gentleman” on Wednesday, November 9 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on Comedy Central. PC Principal tries one more time to make peace between the boys and the girls. Meanwhile, Gerald comes face-to-face with the Troll Hunter."

Way back in 2008, South Park's Obama-centered episode "About Last Night" was able to put the series' remarkably fast turnaround to amazing use by incorporating excerpts from Obama's victory speech just one day after it happened. Since the kickoff of the 2016 presidential season, Trey Parker and Matt Stone have continually gone in on GOP nominee Donald Trump:

The Comedy Central team even parked a giant South Park billboard right outside Trump Tower to celebrate the show's 20th anniversary. "In some cases, the locals were not pleased to have us outside their locations and asked us to leave, but that was all expected, and we completely understand why," Walter Levitt, the network's chief marketing officer, told the Hollywood Reporter. "We did this stunt because we thought it was a great way to remind South Park fans of all the amazing moments of the past 19 seasons and truly a perfect way to celebrate the 20th season."