'South Park' Filled the Denver Broncos Game with 1,800 Cardboard Cutouts

And they all wore masks
'South Park' Filled the Denver Broncos Game with 1,800 Cardboard Cutouts
Since massive sports crowds are now essentially a thing of the past, the characters of South Park  helped the Denver Broncos fill some seats with 1,800 cardboard cutouts this weekend. And they all wore face masks — even ManBearPig.

During the Broncos game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday (September 27), Trey Parker and Matt Stone supplied the NFL teams with a ton of cutouts, who occupied one of the end zones at Denver's Empower Field at Mile High Stadium.

And pretty much everyone was there. Going far beyond Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny, we got cutouts of Satan, Randy, the late Chef, Terrance and Phillip, the goth kids, Officer Barbrady and, yes, ManBearPig, among many others.

Sunday's game also featured some actual real people as well, with 5,700 fans in attendance. However, even that number of people only filled about 7.5 percent of the stadium's 76,125 capacity.

The South Park cutouts come as the show gets set to return this week with "The Pandemic Special," which airs on Wednesday (September 30) at 8 p.m. ET on Comedy Central.

Down below, you can see a bunch of photos from the game.