This was posted before, but moved to the TV thread. I messaged a moderator and was told it was OK to start a new thread as long as we focused on the Disneyland aspect of the episode. If anyone would like to watch this episode, South Park Studios leaves new episodes up for a week after it airs and then removes it from their website until reruns, so you have until next Wednesday. And yes, South Park does like to provoke, but I think they are entitled to their opinion and bring up some good points this week. We've had some spirited debates about the same subject they poke fun of this week on this forum. I think it says a lot that a popular, fairly mainstream show is addressing the topic. (Remember when The Simpsons had a joke about how little there was for kids to do in DCA?) Certainly it shows that this is something that has been noticed outside the online Disney fan community.
Minor spoiler warning.
In this week's episode "Raising the Bar", Cartman decides to start using an electric scooter to get around which leads to him developing a huge sense on entitlement. And yes, there is a scene where he goes to Disneyland and uses the scooter to skip the line. In the scene they also show how his sense of entitlement affects some poor kid that legitimately can't wait in line. So props to South Park for showing that there are people that legitimately need special access. There is also a scene where other Disneyland guests have to move out of the way to avoid getting run over by Cartman.