South Park‘s epic 20th season continues tonight with their fourth episode of the year, titled “Weiner’s Out.” Fans had to wait an extra week for this episode, as Comedy Central was unable to air it last week due to technical issues. In the third episode, “The Damned,” the people of South Park were still trying to track down the online troll known as Skankhunt42. After Cartman’s and Heidi Turner’s Twitter suicides, the people of South Park are closer than ever to finding the online troll. Gerald Brovlosky (Skankhunt42) was finally forced to stop trolling and destroy his computer after the Denmark athlete he was trolling actually killed herself. Tonight’s episode will pick up from there — as well as, following along with the Member Berries, and Mr. Garrison’s attempts to sabotage his own presidential bid. Plus, we will hopefully see how Denmark responds to the death of their beloved athlete.
The synopsis for tonight’s episode:
Kyle feels tremendous guilt over the rift between the boys and the girls. When he tries to bring them together, things only get worse. The boys finally band together to stand up for their rights.
If tonight’s episode tackles the infamous Donald Trump ‘p*ssy grabbing’ tapes, as well as the second presidential debate, it’s guaranteed to be absolutely hilarious. Not to mention, with South Park‘s linear story line, it is important to keep up with the episodes as they air, so make sure you find out how to live stream tonight’s episode below
“Weiner’s Out” Viewing Details
Episode Title: Weiner’s Out
Date: Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Time: 10:00 P.M. ET/PT
Running Time: 30 minutes
TV Channel: Comedy Central
How To Watch “Weiner’s Out” Live Stream Online
You can watch season 20, episode 4 “Weiner’s Out” of South Park online at Hulu and the official South Park website. Both options are free to use, but unfortunately, you’ll have to wait until Thursday to watch the premiere. New episodes are always delayed by a day with these two sites.
If you have to get your South Park fix on Wednesday, you can use Sling TV. Their Sling Orange package costs $20 a month and it includes access to Comedy Central. If that’s too rich for your blood, you can try out Sling TV with a free 7-day trial.
Stream “Weiner’s Out” On Phone, Tablet & Other Devices
If you’re looking to stream “Weiner’s Out” on something other than a computer, Hulu has you covered. Here’s a full list of their supported streaming devices.
Sling TV subscribers can use their Sling TV app to watch tonight’s episode on a plethora of options such as phones and tablets. You can check out their full list of compatible devices here.
“Weiner’s Out” Preview