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The hardworking comedy gurus over at Splitsider offer up this pretty extensive list of comedians and writers who've served on the South Park staff for the past 15 seasons. So Trey Parker and Matt Stone are mortal after all! I guess two people can only write, direct, and voice so many seasons of hilarity without a little assistance here and there. We forgive them for seeking outside help, especially since the team they've worked with is replete with badasses. Check it out. Even if you're an expert in all things comedy, you're bound to find a couple surprise South Park crossovers between some of your favorite shows, movies and live acts.

We already reported (ahem) that comedy giant Bill Hader has sat at the writing table, but you may not know that CC favorite Kristen Schaal had a brief stint with the South Park team for the 2007 season. Dan Sterling, writer for The Daily Show and The Sarah Silverman Program, also wrote for the show back in the late 90s, penning the first-season classic, "An Elephant Makes Love to A Pig," from which this clip comes:

Watch the season finale of South Park tomorrow at 10/9c, followed by Nick Swardson's Pretend Time. Now, to quote the inimitable Eric Cartman, why don't you go knit me a sweater before I slap you in the face?

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