Sep 17, 2020
When can I watch the South Park COVID special?
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THE South Park COVID-19 special is set to air Wednesday, September 30 on Comedy Central, and will be available to watch at a later date on HBO Max.
The episode is the first in series history that will run for an hour.4South Park has been on air since 1997Credit: Sky
Here's more on what to expect from the special.What's meant to happen in the South Park COVID special?
South Park's coronavirus pandemic special episode will air on Wednesday, September 30.
The official synopsis for the episode reads: "Randy comes to terms with his role in the COVID-19 outbreak as the ongoing pandemic presents continued challenges to the citizens of South Park.4South Park creators say that write episodes a week before they air to keep them topical
"The kids happily head back to school but nothing resembles the normal that they once knew; not their teachers, not their homeroom, not even Eric Cartman."4The trailer shows the kids in socially distanced cubicles
The trailer for the episode sees Cartman worried about being made to go back to school before the students are seen encased in protective cubicles in the classroom with a police detective as their new teacher.
Meanwhile, Kyle is worried about social distancing, and Randy is shut down for his "pandemic special" scheme.How can I watch it? 4The episode will air on Comedy Central
South Park's coronavirus pandemic special episode will air on Wednesday, September 30 at 8 pm on Comedy Central, and will be available on HBO Max 24 hours later.How long is the episode?
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Previously, the show aired a three-part episode called Imaginationland back in 2007, which aired across three consecutive weeks.
Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone usually write episodes the week before airing to keep things as topical and relevant as possible.
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Special-Needs/Weed CEO Is Accused Of Stealing $50,000 From Taxpayers
A marijuana entrepreneur who owns a Connecticut vocational center for people with special needs is facing fraud charges.
Karen Gaston, 39, of East Granby, was charged in Connecticut on Tuesday, Sept. 22 with larceny in the first degree by defrauding a public community, health insurance fraud, and criminal attempt to commit larceny in the first degree by defrauding a public community, according to Connecticut’s Division of Criminal Justice.
Gaston is the owner of Elegant Clinical Corporation in East Windsor, a nonprofit that seeks to provide vocational education to people with special needs, according to Gaston’s LinkedIn.
She is also the owner of Diamond Shine LNK, a Massachusetts marijuana LLC. Three days before her arrest, Diamond Shine was approved by the Cannabis Control Commission to open a recreational marijuana shop in Whately.
Gaston is accused of stealing about $52,600 from Medicaid through billing for services that clients at Elegant never received, the state said.
Law enforcement became suspicious of Gaston following a 2018 audit of Elegant’s Medicaid billing. The audit revealed a 57 percent error-rate in which Medicaid was billed for services that were never provided, the Division of Criminal Justice said.
Upon further investigation, auditors found conflicting claims of where patients were being treated and that most of the visits billed to Elegant were supported by false or blank documents, the state said.
Gaston is facing up to 20 years in prison if convicted.
In addition to being CEO of Diamond Shine and Elegant Clinical Corporation, Gaston is also the head of Ruby Electronic Docs, a service for adults with intellectual development and mental health issues, according to her LinkedIn page.