The 19th Season of South Park will premiere this Wednesday, which means we won’t have to wait much longer to hear Eric Cartman’s take on Donald Trump. Considering Comedy Central plays re-runs on the show approximately 40 hours a day, anyone who’s a fan of South Park has seen every episode of the show at least twice. If you can’t wait two days for your South Park fill, check out this video where a fan of the show decided to write and animate his own episode of the show. It’s pretty great:

It may not be as funny as your standard South Park fare, but he does seem to have nailed the way the various characters speak (even if the actual voices are a little off). And the humor and beats are pretty similar to an episode of the show. And he’s even thrown in a little topical humor to the show regarding police brutality, which is something Matt Stone and Trey Parker (the creators of South Park, if you’ve been living under a rock for the past 20 years) would definitely address.

Really, all this video does is create more anticipation for the 19th season. Comedy Central distributed a press release with details for the premiere episode. It says, “There is a new principal at the helm of South Park Elementary. He forces the boys to confront the damage they’ve done through their history of racism and unconscious bias. It is the most stunning and brave South Park ever.”

And don’t worry, South Park will address one of the biggest news stories since the show went off-air. The release says Cartman, Stan, Kyle and the rest of the gang will “express their utmost respect for Caitlyn Jenner.” So prepare for that.

Here’s the new trailer released today for the episode:

Looks like Tom Brady will not leave this episode unscathed…

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