It seems that the end of a beloved Comedy Central series is being discussed... which might be seen in theaters across the country. The LA Times recentlly spoke with South Park co-creator Trey Parker, who said that they had been discussing how to end their popular animated series, and ending it with a feature film seems to be a possibility.

"We talked about maybe some day doing a movie to sort of end it all, and that seems like the best idea," Parker said. "That's been a big thought to do the last show as a movie."

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Parker and co-creator Matt Stone are signed on to produce episodes for Comedy Central through 2011, but it wasn't clear if they wouldn't renew that contract, or if a movie might be the last we see of Cartman, Kyle, Stan and Kenny.

Parker also talked about a South Park movie idea they previously had, which turned into the wildly-successful three-episode run, The Imaginationland Trilogy, which won an Emmy for outstanding animated program of an hour or longer.

"We came up with this pretty good idea for a movie, and then of course what happened was we got in the middle of a South Park run, and were completely out of ideas," Parker recalls. "And we were like, well, we've got to use the movie idea. And that became Imaginationland."

CLICK HERE to read more from the interview with Trey Parker. We'll be sure to keep you posted on any related South Park developments.