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Watch: ‘South Park’ Made A Song About Legal Marijuana Farms

When we realized that an episode of South Park was premiering on the same day as Canada implementing its adult-use cannabis program, we suspected something special could go down. Well, Oct. 17 has passed and South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone didn’t disappoint.

In the episode, Randy Marsh is sick of city life, full of its outrage culture and tragedies breathlessly covered by the media. (Sound familiar?) He just wants to collect his family and get away from it all. So he does what any other sane person living in Colorado would do — move to the countryside and starts a cannabis farm. To celebrate their move, he breaks out in song that you’ll need to hear to believe.

If you want to watch the whole episode of “Tegridy Farms” for free, click here.

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