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'South Park': America Needs George Zimmerman


By Tim Molloy

When a national crisis demands the shooting of a young African-American, the nation turns to George Zimmerman — or so supposed Wednesday's grim episode of "South Park."

The show weighed in on Trayvon Martin's killing by imagining George Zimmerman as the nation's go-to guy when a young African-American needs to die.

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Potentially really, really offensive? And uncomfortably funny? Yep, it's pure "South Park."

In the episode, the nation calls on Zimmerman, a devoted family man and occasional killer, to take down the black character Token, who has become Patient Zero in a zombie apocalypse.

Also read: George Zimmerman's Wife Tells ABC News He's 'Selfish,' Abusive (Video)

"I gave that up," says the reluctant vigilante, who was acquitted of Martin's killing in real life.

"You're the best, Zimmerman!" a government agent implores. "We just need you to do it one more time, for the security of the world!"

And then something surprising happens.

Watch the video:

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