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South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have inked a new deal that will keep the duo as well as Cartman, Stan, Kyle and Kenny at Comedy Central through the end of 2008. The agreement promises three more 14-episode seasons of South Park, with Parker and Stone continuing to write, direct, voice and edit every @%#$ing one of 'em. The new season premieres Oct. 19.
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