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Aaron Rodgers and Brad Paisley in South Park

Yup. Here’s Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and country musician Brad Paisley hanging out in South Park.


What or where or why or how, we can’t tell you.

We’re going to go ahead and assume these guys stopped by the South Park Studios. You can see they’re posing with Team America there, as well.

Paisley managed to get in a crack about Rodgers’ UFO sighting while they were there.

Well played.


Joseph Bonham

Joseph is a fiction writer when he isn't doing this. In his spare time he likes to do manly things like drink beer and procreate.



  1. Kato March 25, 2016

    Has TT been arrested yet for drowning philbins son?????? Or breaking Rodgers collarbone?

    1. Big Gay Clay March 26, 2016

      How about blaming Ted for putting together one of the worst defenses of all time (2011) or what about the refusal to draft a running back from 2010-2013. Or what about not replacing JMike. You can also blame Ted for not filling the hole that Bishop left when he got injured. We can also blame Ted for the Tackle try out mid season last year. I could keep going but I’m getting tired…

      1. Phatgzus March 26, 2016

        Starks in ’10, Alex Green 3rd round in ’11, Eddie Lacy 2nd round ’13, Jonathan Franklin 4th round ’13, that is ONE year he didn’t draft a RB and he drafted TWO in ’13. They also had Ryan Grant returning from injury in ’11, after he was productive prior to said injury, of course he was never the same.

        The 2001 D was the worst in GB history in terms of YARDS PER GAME; they also set a FRANCHISE RECORD with 31 INTS and were FOURTEENTH in the LEAGUE in scoring D. But I’m sure that technicolor dream tableau is too multifaceted for your black-and-white brain to wrap your head around. Poor poor 2-dimensional stuck in the land of the 3-D.

        1. Phatgzus March 26, 2016


        2. Big Gay Clay March 26, 2016

          Wait so how many of those guys drafted in that span are still on the team? Also I think you forgot to give your input about the other points I made. I’ll be here all night…

          1. Phatgzus March 27, 2016

            “Still on the team” was NOT your POINT. There are 2, could’ve been 3 if Franklin didn’t suffer a career-ending injury, Grant was already on the downside; so Green was the only truly poor pick.

            TT believed Jones could replace Bishop, he was wrong. We now have Barrington and Ryan-two young players who have shown promise, now we have to see if they develop. I’ve never argued that we couldn’t use more help at ILB, but at the right price because ILB is not generally a game-changing position, especially in the Nickel packages Capers runs much of the time.

            Since you’re here all night. what percentage of college teams run an ACTUAL 3-4? still waiting on that one.

        3. Big Gay Clay March 27, 2016

          I think you can figure out the percentage. I don’t really care and you shouldn’t really either because Ted is a scout and his only job is to evaluate players. Even if a collegiant team runs a 4-3, chances are that they will have many 3-4 packages in their defense so there is plenty of tape on players. If you are going to continue to make excuses for why Ted can’t hit on first rounders then that’s fine. Just don’t make comments that are irrelevant to what we are talking about. Now why don’t you and Kate go and wash Teds back, it’s shower time!!!

  2. Howard March 25, 2016

    I do not hate TT, however I do think he should get into free agency more,otherwise the team always has holes to fill with rookies and undrafted free agents.

    Actually TT may be partially responsible for breaking Rodgers collar bone. You had a rookie left tackle trying to block Peppers and a right tackle named Barclay. Peppers beat Bakh soundly flushing Rodgers out of the pocket. Barclay was beat by his guy (who hasn’t beat Barclay) who broke Rodgers collarbone. Barclay has never had any business being a tackle on a NFL team, but TT and the coaching staff keep trying the experiment. Many times rookies and undrafted free agents just do not work well at important positions.

  3. Cheese March 25, 2016

    They’ve had Favre in at least two episodes already. I wonder if Rodgers is next..

  4. Kato March 25, 2016

    It is nearly impossible to have depth at every single nfl position much less a viable starter. Last time I checked the Seahawks offensive line is worse than the packers, and it looks better because of Wilson’s top end backfield evasions. Remember the following year the packers fielded a top five offensive line….

  5. Kato March 25, 2016

    And last time in checked every player at an important nfl position was a rookie at some point.

  6. Howard March 25, 2016

    You have to admit Barclay and Josh Walker are not capable backup offensive tackles let alone starters. You can blame that on TT or the coaching staff. One or the other did not do their job either in player evaluation or coaching.

    If you go back to preseason games you can read that several on this site were concerned about the backup lineman specifically at tackle being a weak link and many of us do not know shit. Proven by the fact the status quo prevailed. The status quo did not work well.

    1. Shawn March 26, 2016

      Correct, Howard, I seem to remember writing an article about this very thing during the preseason last year. Don Barclay has never been a tackle and TT, MM and James Campen deserve all the criticism they get for that clown-show they call the back up tackle situation. Josh Walker is a huge but raw talent who also is better suited to play guard. When he didn’t work out, MM had the gall to put a THIRD guard- Sitton- at the position, which was also a failure. Lo and Behold! When they finally decided to put an actual tackle at the position in JC Tretter, things immediately improved.
      The whole crew can just be thankful that none of the hits on Rodgers given up by the 3-ring circus resulted in serious injury.

  7. CO Bob March 26, 2016

    not a big fan of Kato comment/joke about Philbin’s kid. tasteless to say the least….

  8. g March 26, 2016

    I find the comment pretty sick myself.

    I also find it interesting that if you rag on the writters of this site too much your comment will not be posted. Yet they allow crap like this to appear.

  9. Kato March 27, 2016

    I get sick of the know-it-alls on this site. Acting like it is TTs fault they haven’t won a super bowl since 2010. The packers as a team, have been one of the most unlucky in the nfl since then. Your offensive coordinators son is found dead just mere days before a playoff game, and the team likely came out flat as a result. The team would never admit that had an effect on that game, but it obviously did. Yet, that is TTs fault. 2012 playoff loss, that was a coaching issue and capers inexplicably not being prepared for read option. Next year Rodgers broke his collarbone, and the team went 3-5-1 without him. He came back, but was extremely rusty, and definitely didn’t play great against the 49ers, but yet nearly won the game had shields not dropped that pick. 2014, we all know what happened. Had the packers made a play on the inside kick, two point conversion, they win that game and likely beat the patriots.

    Big gay clay – TTs fault thay fielded one of the worst defenses in the nfl? For one, nearly every starter from the top ten super bowl winning defense was the starter the next year. Two, who gives a damn about yards, points they were still middle of the pack. Three, they were one of the highest scoring offenses of all time and other teams were frantically trying to keep up with the packers scoring.

    1. Phatgzus March 27, 2016

      Hyde* not Shields in that one, and don’t forget about Quarless’ drop on 3rd down.

  10. Kato March 27, 2016

    And to be fair, if any nfl team lost their starting left tackle they would have issues. Left tackles don’t grow on trees.

  11. Kato March 28, 2016

    Phatgzus- correct. For some reason shields multiple dropped picks from Arizona game are sticking in my mind. Forgot about quarless’s dropped pass.

    The 2012 team, just wasn’t going to be a super bowl champion. Didn’t really have the feel of one. It happens. Even if they were prepared to defend the read option, I don’t think they would have advanced to the super bowl.

    All of those other years, they were a play or two away, or a bad break from advancing deep into the playoffs. You can say if they had tried for a FA tight end in 2013 they wouldnt have had him drop a pass that could have sealed the game against the 49ers. Or, I could point to Wes welker, the successful patriots FA signing dropped a pass that could have won them a super bowl.