On the other coast, the New York Film Critics Circle ladled out its awards at a dinner atop the World Trade Center on Sunday night. Standing out in the dressy crowd were winners Trey Parker and Matt Stone, creators of the film "South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut," based on their Comedy Central TV series. The movie nabbed the first award ever given for Best Animated Film. "We are always the weird people in any company, so this is no different," Parker, sporting a shiny beach-style shirt with a dinosaur print and a large blue link-chain around his neck, told PEOPLE. He said he would like to see a "South Park on Ice" live extravaganza -- with Cartman and company wearing big heads and skating with Dorothy Hamill. "That would be cool." He also said that there are currently no plans for another "South Park" movie and -- can it be? -- that "South Park" will most likely end in a year, or two at the most.
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