Mama June wasn't laughing at the way she and her family were portrayed on "South Park" earlier this month ... telling TMZ the way the show focused on her weight was just plain "trashy."
June and her daughter Alana -- aka Honey Boo Boo -- just appeared on "TMZ Live" ... when we asked how they handled being spoofed on shows like "South Park" and "Saturday Night Live."
June's response -- "Me being a big person, I didn't take offense ... that show is just not a show that I would want to be on in the first place."
She added, "Just the way they portrayed the show ... it was kinda trashy."
June, Alana and the rest of the gang were mocked hard in the "South Park" ep -- in which Honey Boo Boo got a heart transplant ... with a pig heart ... after eating too much 'sketti and butter."
'South Park' Creators Sued
Lollipop King Traumatized
By Cartoon Tea-Bagging
10/15/2012 12:50 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
The Lollipop King from the "Imaginationland" episodes of "South Park" was never meant to be exposed to terrorists, gang rapists or Cartman's testicles ... this according to a new lawsuit obtained by TMZ.
Matt Stone and Trey Parker are being sued by a guy who claims he created a show called "The Lollipop Forest" years ago ... only to have the "South Park" guys ripoff one of his characters for the 3-episode "Imaginationland" series that aired back in 2007.
The character in question is The Lollipop King -- which, according to the suit, is a rip off of a character called Big Bad Lollipop from Exavier Wardlaw's "The Lollipop Forest."
In his suit, Wardlaw claims "Lollipop Forest" is a wholesome family show -- and it's value was diminished when the Big Bad Lollipop ripoff was exposed to "unwholesome language and sexual innuendo."
FYI -- during the "South Park" episode ... Lollipop King gets choked out by a Storm Trooper ... witnesses the carnage of a suicide bomber ... and gets a front row seat as Kyle performs a sexual act of an oral nature on Cartman's nether region (... it was a crazy episode).
According to the suit, filed in federal court in Philadelphia, Exavier is suing for copyright infringement -- and is demanding "South Park" remove all traces of Lollipop King from the "Imaginationland" trilogy.
We reached out to Matt and Trey for comment -- so far, no word back.
DESTROYS Penn State
11/17/2011 6:00 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF
"Penn State prefers to be losing at half time ... because at Penn State ... they like when you're a little behind in the locker room."
Penn State got South Park'd last night -- as Trey Parker and Matt Stone unleashed on the school over the child rape scandal. Joe Paterno was targeted, along with the entire football program.
At one point in the show, a social worker discovers a torture chamber in a foster home ... and says to himself, "What have I done? I took you kids from your parents, without even checking in to where you were going. I put innocent children into a dangerous environment. What am I ... a recruitment coach for Penn State???"
Check out the entire episode at SouthParkStudios.com.
Gets Diet Offer
After 'South Park' Portrayal
10/15/2010 9:30 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
Snooki just scored a lucrative offer from a diet company after her gremlin-esque depiction on "South Park" this week ... but the company may not be doing her any favors.
AcaiSupply.com -- a diet company -- claims it's outraged the show mocked Snooki's issues with obesity ... so they've offered Snooks a cut of the profits and a free year's supply in exchange for a "glowing testimonial."
Here's the rub -- the company's letter to Snooki essentially calls her overweight ... and as you may know, she's had serious weight issues ... claiming she "almost died" from anorexia a few years back.
We're guessing Snooks is gonna 86 the deal anyway -- 'cause she's been telling everyone she likes the way she looks on the show.
Smooshes Snooki ...
Snooki Loves It
10/14/2010 10:53 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
Snooki was a moving target on "South Park" last night ... seriously, they actually tried to shoot her ... but the "Jersey Shore" star is taking her animated ripping as a badge of honor.
In case you missed it -- watch it, it's hilarious -- the episode culminates with the Gollum-esque "Snooki" character getting socked in the face after trying to rape Cartman.
After the show, the real Snooks went to her Twitter page and wrote, "snooki want smoosh smoosh. im going to have nightmares tonight lmao!!! we've officially made it. goodnite my bitches."
Check out the entire episode at SouthParkStudios.com ... it's frickin' hysterical.
10 Years for Cartman and Company
9/22/2006 8:03 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
It's hard to believe that it has been 10 years since "South Park" burst on the scene with their underground "Spirit of Christmas" video. Last night, Comedy Central celebrated the decade of comedy with a shindig in West Hollywood.
"I remember when we started the show, we had an order for six episodes, and we're like, 'This is great because when we're older we'll always have these six shows. You know, we'll always have these six episodes to show to our kids and stuff," Parker said. "And, it was actually Brian Graden who told us, 'I think someday these will be six of 100.' And we're like, 'You're crazy. There's no way.' And we're up to 150-something."
Parker also said he thinks the show always takes on its subjects from a very positive point of view: "We're not laughing at people, we're laughing with joy, and that what we want. We want 'South Park' to be that show that [says], 'Can't we all relax and isn't this all kind of funny, and aren't we having fun?'"
"South Park" returns with all new episodes on October 4.