`South Park' begins 14th season by taking on Tiger

In this publicity image released by Comedy Central/South Park Studios, Eric Cartman, left, and an animated version of golfer Tiger Woods are shown in a scene from the 14th season premiere of the animated series, "South Park," airing Wednesday, March 17, at 10 p.m. on Comedy Central. (AP Photo/Comedy Central/South Park Studios)

March 12, 2010 6:41:55 PM PST
Golf clubs in hands or not, the kids of "South Park" are ready to take on Tiger Woods.

No subject is sacred for creators of the Comedy Central cartoon. So for the opening of its 14th season on Wednesday, the troubled golfer encounters Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman in their animated Colorado town.

Matt Stone, who makes the series with partner Trey Parker, says it's such a juicy topic they could have made a Tiger-centric season.

He says sex addiction, the intersection of powerful men and willing women, strange stories and bad public relations all give them fodder. Stone wasn't revealing many details, in part because the two were still writing.

The show is airing its 200th episode next month.