Season 22 completes the struggle of adolescents companions who live in Colorado town in the South Stop, where they battle against having such a weird episodes, so they do their best to conquer them all, for example, Randy, who battles against helping Sharon to control on her feelings.
They've asked if the town could be rebuilt to survive this woke decade or if it needs to be cancelled altogether in its most recent #cancelsouthpark marketing campaign. It doesn't need to be cancelled, but it's lost its way.
Still, it's nice to see that the series has the ability to focus-and even a touch of earnestness, even if it is coated in macabre humor. Once it re-discovers its own bravery, there might be juice in South Park yet.
It gives us the usual bit of shock and disturbance as we prepare to accept this show back into our lives again, but also, it sets up multiple potential storylines for what should be an amusing story-thread.