South Park season 17 episode 7, 'Black Friday,' premieres tonight at 10 p.m. EST on Comedy Central. If you're a basic cable subscriber check your local listings for time and channel info for South Park season 17 episode 7 'Black Friday.' If you don't have basic cable, then where can you watch South Park season 17 episode 7 online free? This live stream for Comedy Central has proven to be fairly reliable and should be the best place to watch South Park season 17 episode seven 'Black Friday' online free tonight at 10 p.m. EST. Here's the official episode summary from Comedy Central:
NEW YORK, November 11, 2013 - Anticipation for the biggest shopping day of the year is building in an all-new episode of "South Park" titled "Black Friday," premiering Wednesday, November 13 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on Comedy Central. The dark days of winter are coming and that can only mean one thing: the fight to be the first in the mall on Black Friday has begun. The boys prepare to battle the crowds the day after Thanksgiving to get the best deal on the new gaming systems.
Meanwhile Randy gets a job working as a mall security guard to help control the insane number of people lining up to take advantage of the official first day of holiday shopping.
There's also a video preview for South Park season 17 episode 7:
South Park Season 17 Episode 7 'Black Friday' Preview
South Park season 17 should be an interesting one for fans. Matt and Trey are done with all their "Book of Mormon" planning so we'll likely be getting more of their influence and energy this season than we did last year. And with the South Park season 17 premiere episode tackling the NSA scandal, it looks like the kids in South Park will be as topical as ever.
Also of note to fans is the addition of SNL alumnus and all-around-comedic-genius Bill Hader to the writing staff. Hader has been a part of the show for a while now, but season 17 marks the first time he's been a full-time member of the writing staff.
South Park season 17 episode seven 'Black Friday' airs tonight on Comedy Central at 10 p.m. EST.