'South Park' goes after Tiger Woods

cartman-tiger-woods.jpg "South Park" creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker have to be high-fiving over Tiger Woods' announcement that he's returning to golf. Not because they're big Tiger fans, but because the timing could hardly be better for their show's season premiere.

The Comedy Central series will begin its 14th season Wednesday (March 17) with an episode that animates Woods, David Letterman, Bill Clinton and others and asks why sex addiction is seemingly becoming an epidemic. The episode is called "Sexual Healing," and in it, "The nation's top scientists come together to put a stop to the recent phenomenon of rich, successful men who suddenly want to have sex with many, many women. After extensive testing, some of the fourth grade boys in South Park Elementary are diagnosed as sex addicts."

A couple clips from the episode are below. The first one is pretty innocuous, with Cartman inserting himself into Woods' famous apology from a few weeks back.



The second one is, well, kind of gross -- but no moreso than the average "South Park" episode. Still, consider yourself warned.



"South Park" kicks off its 14th season at 10 p.m. ET Wednesday on Comedy Central.

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