Broad City will bleep President Donald Trump's name during season 4

Broad City will bleep President Donald Trump's name during season 4

Series co-creator Ilana Glazer told USA Today Monday that Trump's name will be bleeped out in Season 4, which will start to air on Comedy Central Aug. 23. Both Glazer and her co-creator Abbi Jacobson were major Hillary Clinton supporters in their both on- and off-screen personas.Clinton even made a cameo appearance in an episode last season.

But they're actually taking their disapproval a step further by bleeping out his name as if it were a curse word.

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"We bleep his name the whole season", revealed Glazer about Trump. For some films and television shows, that means tacking the orange monster head on, but Broad City, however, is going full Voldemort.

"We wrote [the upcoming season] being like, 'Here we go! Hillary for president!'" Glazer said. And unlike past seasons, they set their most recent episodes in "the dead of New York Winter" to reflect their mood about Trump's election, the Daily Beast reported. Glazer's character pledged to campaign for Clinton.

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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.

Glazer said one story arc will revolve around the fact her character, Ilana Wexler, finds it hard to orgasm under the current administration because she can't stop thinking about how many people are in danger.

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The USA Today article also described an episode in the fourth season, which premiered at the Colossal Clusterfest in San Francisco.

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