'Broad City' to bleep out Trump's name in Season 4

'Broad City' to bleep out Trump's name in Season 4

In an episode featured in the Comedy Central show's upcoming fourth season, Trump's name will be bleeped out, because, according to what co-creator Ilana Glazer told USA Today, "there's no airtime for this orange [person]".

Glazer and her co-star Abbi Jacobson explained they needed to rewrite season four of their show after Trump won the election.

The American sitcom, which returns to Comedy Central in several weeks, has in the past included a guest appearance by former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Typically when the "bleep" sound is heard on television, it means that someone used an expletive or took something to the extreme.

Then again, it's not entirely outside the realm of what's expected in the world of Broad City for Trump's name to be treated like such a bad word that it warrants bleeping.

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"Fuck you Trump, I'm going back in", Glazer says in the trailer, masturbating with a determined look in her eye.

Jacobson and Glazer were big supporters of Clinton. "Hillary for president!'" Glazer told USA Today.

In a trailer for the upcoming season, Glazer and Abbi are seen at a rally wearing pink "pussy hats" - a nod to Trump's foul comments to TV host Billy Bush about women's private parts - and Ilana utters an obscenity about him.

Feeling like the media is a little too Trump-saturated lately?

Season 4 of "Broad City" is set to premiere on August 23. Apparently, one episode in the new season will involve a plotline where Ilana finds it hard to orgasm under the current administration, knowing so many people are in danger.

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