You guys are crazy, that was really good.
I love how it tied together all the themes and subjects examined over the season, and I loved the ultimate point it was making (or what I felt it was making, anyway): Condemning fraudulent political correctness made in the interest of self-gain or appearing "better" to others, while championing genuine political correctness in the name of social progression, if only because many of those on the other end of the argument are gun-toting lunatics with ideals we do
move forwards from. Turning PC Principal from the villain to the hero was a bold move, but really the only move they could've taken - acknowledging that, in spite of their apprehensions about many of the people championing the PC cause (and their motives for doing so), South Park does
need to adapt to fit in with today's times - albeit in their own cautious way. This is essentially the less cynical version of "You're Getting Old/Assburgers" - with those episodes being the show acknowledging that it wants to mature but being unsure as to how, whereas this season was the show acknowledging that it needs
to mature, and showing us it's willing.
It wasn't the funniest episode of the show, no, but I think it was one of the smartest they've had in a while, and this season was a major success on the whole. And I'm stoked that my two favourite elements of it (PC Principal and the Garrison/Jenner campaign) are going to remain next year.