SOUTH PARK SENIORS DEFEND THEIR RIGHT TO CARRY A DRIVER'S LICENSE IN
AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF "SOUTH PARK"
PREMIERING WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 AT 10:00 P.M.* ON COMEDY CENTRAL®
NEW YORK, November 3, 2003 -- "South Park's" Senior Citizens rise up in protest when their driver's licenses are revoked in an all-new episode, entitled "Grey Dawn," premiering Wednesday, November 5 at 10:00 p.m. on COMEDY CENTRAL.
After the seniors have mowed down more than a few Farmers' markets filled with shoppers, "South Park" residents no longer feel it's safe to be out in the streets. With their well being at stake, the boys decide to take action against the older generation and have their drivers licenses revoked. Unwilling to surrender their licenses, the elderly enlist the help of one of the most powerful organizations in Washington, DC.
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Trey Parker and Matt Stone are co-creators and executive producers of the Emmy-nominated "South Park," with Anne Garefino also serving as executive producer.
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