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leib10
11 Jun 06,, 22:47
Given all the recent media attention that it's been given, South Park has come back from several years in the dark into the minds of people once more. Since I'm a HUGE fan of the show, I was wondering how each of you guys feel about it. BTW, if you think it's nothing but fart jokes, don't even bother commenting. ;)

platinum786
11 Jun 06,, 23:02
I love that show, it's so offensive, but it's equal opertunities offensive!

Asim Aquil
11 Jun 06,, 23:18
Screw you guys, I'm goin home.

HistoricalDavid
11 Jun 06,, 23:21
I have a HUGE PROBLEM WITH THAT SHOW.










It isn't broadcast on British terrestrial television!

At least I don't think, any longer.

Confed999
11 Jun 06,, 23:31
I <3 South Park!!!! :tongue:

Grim Reaper
11 Jun 06,, 23:35
It's an awsome show, I always watch it!

leib10
11 Jun 06,, 23:59
The success of the show is due almost completely to the two creators, Matt Stone and Trey Parker. Both are absolute geniuses- both comedic and in the intellectual sense. They have the ability to hit an issue right on the head like no other comedic writers can. What's more is that they often can mock two sides of an issue without showing bias towards either one.

As far as their politics go, they tend to lean more to the right than the left when it comes to politics in the show, although conservatives receive their share of bashing as well. Both Matt and Trey are Libertarian.

Both are also very, very talented as directors and songwriters. With the aid of Marc Shaiman, the entire score to South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut (as Team America and many in-episode songs) were written by Trey Parker, who attended the Berklee School of Music in Boston for some time. Both creators are members of a band called DVDA (Double Vaginal, Double Anal) that has a few songs recorded and has played live several times.

But obviously their greatest achievement is the creation and direction of South Park. Several South Park-esque short films were created before the cartoon became a show (these can be seen on the internet, link provided below). South Park has become famous for its depiction of current events (in some cases, very current: the capture of Saddam Hussein was mocked a few days after his capture; this is due to the terrible procrastination that goes on when creating new episodes). Although scatalogical humor is present, most episodes present some sort of moral or practical revelation.

It's a truly great show, way underrated at times.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trey_Parker

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matt_Stone

http://spschat.com/misc/media.html

Confed999
12 Jun 06,, 00:15
Team America
I <3 Team America too! :biggrin:

leib10
12 Jun 06,, 00:20
Don't hope for a sequel, I'm afraid. They said that the frustration and difficulty in making that movie nearly killed them.

But I loved that movie too. Hilarious and also showed the directing abilities of Trey Parker. He's also starred and directed Orgazmo and Cannibal! The Musical, and both Matt Stone and Trey Parker starred in BASEketball.

Confed999
12 Jun 06,, 00:49
Don't hope for a sequel, I'm afraid.
Sequels generally suck anyway. ;)

leib10
12 Jun 06,, 00:58
Yeah, it'd be pretty hard to improve on that. Perhaps it's for the best.

South Park is going to be a tough nut to crack when it comes to getting stale because many of the episodes are based on current events, and with a never-ending supply of ideas, it could go on for quite some time. That and the fact that the creators can turn something absolutely ridiculous into something hilarious. Matt and Trey signed another contract for another three seasons, each with 14 episodes, bringing the total of all the episodes to about 180.

Confed999
12 Jun 06,, 02:03
"America. America. America F@#k Yeah.
Comin' again to save the motherf@#king day, yeah.
America, f@#k yeah!"

leib10
12 Jun 06,, 02:07
I died over the AIDS song, I'm So Ronery, and the one ripping on Pearl Harbor and Ben Affleck. :biggrin:

"Our base was attacked by a giant socialist weasel..." (Michael Moore) :biggrin:

IIRC that line was only in the unrated version, which has a few additional lines and an extended puppetsex scene. :biggrin:

THL
12 Jun 06,, 04:41
I <3 South Park!!!! :tongue:
I agree with Confed

leib10
12 Jun 06,, 05:07
So what are any lines/episodes that you guys might remember?

Confed999
12 Jun 06,, 05:16
So what are any lines/episodes that you guys might remember?
My favorite epps. were the Iraqi xmas show, where Santa was shot down over Iraq, and the kids, with Jesus' help, rescued him. The show where Cartman was General Lee and nearly led the South to a total victory over the current government of the US is a fave for obvious reasons. ;)

leib10
12 Jun 06,, 05:23
I loved the Do The Handicapped Go To Hell/Probably two parter because it features Satan, one of my favorite characters. Satan is a complete anti-archetype, almost an antihero in the movie. Homosexual, sensitive, kind, insecure, and caring, he's the opposite of what you'd expect Satan to be.

"Chris? Did you see my 'Boy With an Umbrella" Hummel? :biggrin:

Mr. Garrison is another favorite. Like Trey Parker, I had a English lit teacher that was gay and acted just like the character.

I loved every single episode except for the one where they made fun of A Million Little Pieces. That one sucked majorly.

Confed999
12 Jun 06,, 05:25
You had to dig the seamen/seapeople show...

leib10
12 Jun 06,, 05:27
Another favorite, especially since it ripped on the Simpsons, which was good back in the day but now sucks.

"I got all I can at the sperm bank, and I got the rest from this guy Ralph in an alley. Cool thing is that he didn't even charge me for it, he just made me close my eyes and suck it out of a hose!"

Confed999
12 Jun 06,, 05:30
Another favorite, especially since it ripped on the Simpsons, which was good back in the day but now sucks.

"I got all I can at the sperm bank, and I got the rest from this guy Ralph in an alley. Cool thing is that he didn't even charge me for it, he just made me close my eyes and suck it out of a hose!"
"Out of a hose?"

leib10
12 Jun 06,, 05:33
"Yep, sucked it right out of a hose."

"Hmph."

ArrizX
12 Jun 06,, 06:32
Given all the recent media attention that it's been given, South Park has come back from several years in the dark into the minds of people once more. Since I'm a HUGE fan of the show, I was wondering how each of you guys feel about it. BTW, if you think it's nothing but fart jokes, don't even bother commenting. ;)


Eh. Its a good show, only problem I find with it, is there is some things that are so random in the show, its unbearable. I mean like the *******asours episode. WTF is that out. Seriously.. If thats the best they got because of lack of ideas, its better to end the show. But IMO, great show, love to watch it when its on. Although, I dont go out of my way to see it.

agent6
12 Jun 06,, 06:36
Best episode ever HANDS DOWN. The one where Cartman ground up Scott's parents and fed them to him in his chilly. Team America was pure classic.

leib10
12 Jun 06,, 07:22
Eh. Its a good show, only problem I find with it, is there is some things that are so random in the show, its unbearable. I mean like the *******asours episode. WTF is that out. Seriously.. If thats the best they got because of lack of ideas, its better to end the show. But IMO, great show, love to watch it when its on. Although, I dont go out of my way to see it.

That whole string of episodes came right after South Park: BLU came out, and they were exhausted because they went straight from the movie into writing them. Most of their ideas, especially in the latter part of seasons (which accounts for their ability to mock something mere days after it happens) is thought up less than 24 hours before the episode airs, so most of it can be pretty wierd and off-the-wall. Trey Parker finds that he's more funny when he's under the gun and within a time limit compared to when he has time to think things out, and for the most part I agree.

THL
12 Jun 06,, 17:31
So what are any lines/episodes that you guys might remember?
I remember an episode about Santa being shot down in Iraq and being held prisoner, then they send in Jesus to save him.

Neo
12 Jun 06,, 18:20
South Park rocks, I love it! :)

gunnut
12 Jun 06,, 19:16
Global warming will hit us...2 days before the day after tomorrow!!!

Hey you guys, what do you call a Jewish woman's b00bs? J00bs.

leib10
12 Jun 06,, 20:43
I loved that episode.

"Casualties are reported to be in the hundreds of billions!"

A direct stab at the media always overestimating casualty reports (9/11 was up to 50,000 and Hurricane Katrina was 10,000).


"Somebody's going to help those people off their rooftops, right?"

"That's not important now, son. What's important is figuring out whose fault this is."

gunnut
12 Jun 06,, 22:47
"Stan, I don't want you to hang out with the former vice president any more."

"But dad, I kinda feel sorry for him."

Confed999
13 Jun 06,, 02:51
"Stan, I don't want you to hang out with the former vice president any more."

"But dad, I kinda feel sorry for him."
The bit where the tour guide said Gore would be joining the tour, a long pause, and one person claps softly...

leib10
13 Jun 06,, 03:25
"I'm totally serial!"

"Excelsior!" :biggrin:

ZFBoxcar
13 Jun 06,, 03:26
"Everybody is super stoked on me, even if they don't know it!"

"Family Guy is written by manatees? Of course...it all makes sense now"

leib10
13 Jun 06,, 03:46
It's really funny because now if you watch Family Guy you'll start to notice how they were right in that most of the jokes don't derive from the plot.

That cartoon Al Qaida made at the end was both ridiculous and hilarious at the same time.

"HA! We burned you! Take that America! That was WAY funnier than Family Guy!"

gunnut
13 Jun 06,, 19:02
It's really funny because now if you watch Family Guy you'll start to notice how they were right in that most of the jokes don't derive from the plot.

I noticed that from day 1. I thought it was not a very funny show. It took me a while but now I appreciate the utterly senseless and stupid, off the wall jokes in the Family Guy. It's not as thought provoking as South Park, but an entirely differenty humor.

Lunatock
13 Jun 06,, 20:59
Don't hope for a sequel, I'm afraid. They said that the frustration and difficulty in making that movie nearly killed them.

But I loved that movie too. Hilarious and also showed the directing abilities of Trey Parker. He's also starred and directed Orgazmo and Cannibal! The Musical, and both Matt Stone and Trey Parker starred in BASEketball.

As long as they move onto a new target. Most likely Mahmoud Ahmedinejad in either South Park or a seperate project.

Lunatock
13 Jun 06,, 21:04
It's really funny because now if you watch Family Guy you'll start to notice how they were right in that most of the jokes don't derive from the plot.

That cartoon Al Qaida made at the end was both ridiculous and hilarious at the same time.

"HA! We burned you! Take that America! That was WAY funnier than Family Guy!"

Zawahiri's "retaliation" at the end of Cartoon Wars part 2 was one of the best moments of both episodes.

"We're American. Let's crap on each other! Pffffffffffft! Yummy yummy crap!" :biggrin:

Confed999
13 Jun 06,, 21:08
Zawahiri's "retaliation" at the end of Cartoon Wars part 2 was one of the best moments of both episodes.

"We're American. Let's crap on each other! Pffffffffffft! Yummy yummy crap!" :biggrin:
That epp was great, it really spit in the face of Comedy Central. I wonder if CC ever has realized it has shown Mohammed a couple dozen times, in league with the likes of Jesus, fighting the Blainiacs?

gunnut
13 Jun 06,, 21:10
Was that the episode with the "Super Best Friends?"

Confed999
13 Jun 06,, 21:11
Was that the episode with the "Super Best Friends?"
Certainly was. ;)

leib10
13 Jun 06,, 21:13
Exactly right. And there IS a version out there without the CC censor on it. Matt and Trey plan to release it eventually, probably on the internet, which is a great place to find episodes.

Here's a really good site:

http://www.piczo.com/allaboutsouthpark?g=11323462&cr=3

Lunatock
13 Jun 06,, 21:15
Exactly right. And there IS a version out there without the CC censor on it. Matt and Trey plan to release it eventually, probably on the internet, which is a great place to find episodes.

Here's a really good site:

http://www.piczo.com/allaboutsouthpark?g=11323462&cr=3

YouTube.com aired the image of Mohammed without that blacked out screen.

leib10
13 Jun 06,, 21:20
I searched for it, but I think they took it down, as they tend to do at YouTube. It was probably leaked on purpose by the people at SPS (South Park Studios).

Gabru47
14 Jun 06,, 00:49
I enjoy watching southpark if its ever on tv when I'm free. My favorite character would have to butters. That kid is hilarious.

JG73
14 Jun 06,, 12:00
Exactly right. And there IS a version out there without the CC censor on it. Matt and Trey plan to release it eventually, probably on the internet, which is a great place to find episodes.

Here's a really good site:

http://www.piczo.com/allaboutsouthpark?g=11323462&cr=3

Is it possible to save the episodes on harddisc?

leib10
14 Jun 06,, 21:09
No, I'm afraid not. Most of the videos are from YouTube, which doesn't allow saving to hard disk. But you can find them elsewhere and I'm sure some sites will allow downloading. For awhile I had a bunch downloaded from Kazaa, until I found out that it totally screws up your computer.

Confed999
15 Jun 06,, 03:29
Is it possible to save the episodes on harddisc?
Look for a flash "capture" program. I don't use one, or I'd point you in the right direction, but I do know they are out there.

leib10
15 Jun 06,, 04:28
Saw "Die Hippie Die" for the first time. Great "Armageddon" ripoff, and the Hippie-Digger was fuccking hilarious. :biggrin:

gunnut
15 Jun 06,, 06:44
"I thought it would be good for the economy."

"What? Are you insane? They're hippies. They don't have money."


ABSOLUTELY my favorite episode of all time.

leib10
15 Jun 06,, 07:10
That's really, really far up there on my list too. Top 5 maybe. This was an episode long in coming, because Cartman has always hated hippies. That goes way back to the second episode ever made. And damned if they didn't disappoint! I fall off my seat whenever I see the Hippie-Digger! :biggrin:

BTW, like my sig? :biggrin:

Lunatock
17 Jun 06,, 17:47
That's really, really far up there on my list too. Top 5 maybe. This was an episode long in coming, because Cartman has always hated hippies. That goes way back to the second episode ever made. And damned if they didn't disappoint! I fall off my seat whenever I see the Hippie-Digger! :biggrin:

BTW, like my sig? :biggrin:

That episode and Smug Alert. Cartman needing a deep dive suit with an oxygen hose attached to enter San Fran.

Lunatock
17 Jun 06,, 17:56
Another favorite, especially since it ripped on the Simpsons, which was good back in the day but now sucks.

The Simpsons had two really funny episodes over the past two seasons.

Mobile Homer. In which Homer owned the entire episode.

And Kiss Kiss Bang Bangalore, when Mr. Burns outsoursouced the Nuclear Plant to India, put Homer in charge, and became a couch potato tourist.

Mr. Burns: Leave me alone Smithers. I'm floating down the River Ganges with some of the locals.

Smithers: But those are corpses! sir!

Mr. Burns: You never did like my friends.

ZFBoxcar
17 Jun 06,, 17:57
I liked the episode about the Iraq War.

Free ice cream Thursdays added into the constitution, Benjamin Franklin introducing the right to publically oppose a war started by the US so that the world thinks Americans are peace loving despite intentionally going to war, and rock versus country :biggrin:

leib10
17 Jun 06,, 19:55
A reference to the Donny and Marie Show.

"Let the flag for hypocrisy fly high from every pole, 'cuz we're a little bit country and a little bit rock and roll!" :biggrin:

And two funny episodes over two seasons is a really, really bad ratio. :confused:

leib10
02 Oct 06,, 00:59
NEW SOUTH PARK EPISODE THIS WEDNESDAY

http://media.southparkstudios.com/media/SPinWoW.avi

Apparently, they're going after the World of Warcraft fanatics, my brother being one of them. Naturally, I expect them to point out just how addicting the game is, as my brother is a shining example of how bad it can be (he stays up til 6 in the morning playing it, then sleeps all day, then repeats the procedure). Hopefully it'll be good. :biggrin:

leib10
05 Oct 06,, 07:51
This episode was probably the greatest of the season so far. It really showcases just how hard Matt and Trey work to make sure that all the little details are nearly 100% accurate. It's that little extra effort that separates South Park from the rest of the shows. I mean, my brother is a complete WOW fanatic, and he said that even his knowledge wasn't as much as what was shown in the episode.

Kudos to M&T. :biggrin:

Srirangan
05 Oct 06,, 08:10
http://img98.imageshack.us/img98/2769/cartmanti0.jpg

Lunatock
05 Oct 06,, 21:16
This episode was probably the greatest of the season so far. It really showcases just how hard Matt and Trey work to make sure that all the little details are nearly 100% accurate. It's that little extra effort that separates South Park from the rest of the shows. I mean, my brother is a complete WOW fanatic, and he said that even his knowledge wasn't as much as what was shown in the episode.

Kudos to M&T. :biggrin:

Ditto for my younger brother. But he was definately interested in this ep..which I told him about while he was playing WOW, ironically.

And I have to be honest and say I'd be a bit of a hypocrite if I despised the renegade player. Not after commiting attocities like his on Broodwar Battlenet in the past.

Most memorable was meeting up with two other players on battlenet one night, and we'd keep joining the LOTR Helms Deep map as Aragorn, Legolas, and Giml..and ally ourselves with the Urukai. :biggrin:

leib10
10 Oct 06,, 03:51
Air Date: 2006-10-11
The world’s biggest conspiracy of all time will finally be uncovered when Eric Cartman exposes the true culprit behind the September 11th attacks. An attempted assassination in South Park means no one is safe from the people who are the real brains behind the 9/11 conspiracy. When Kyle and Stan hit the road in search of the truth, they come face-to-face with the masterminds who pulled off the most elaborate, intricate and flawlessly executed operation in American history..

gunnut
10 Oct 06,, 05:04
Crab people did it. They were responsible for global warming.

leib10
10 Oct 06,, 06:48
"Crab people" is now a part of official South Park lexicon, as it now means any really stupid idea that should only be used as a last resort.

lurker1031
10 Oct 06,, 13:37
I love South Park about 50% of the time. When Matt and Trey get it right, though, the show is fantastic. The "Whore-Off" episode about Paris Hilton had me completely choked up so much that I couldn't breathe. Another good one is "The Jeffersons," a parody on Michael Jackson's most recent child molestation episode.

Bill
10 Oct 06,, 20:11
I have just been informed that i will be in an episode of S.Park next year, as, you guessed, the Southpark Repo man. :biggrin:

http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b343/m21sniper/Snipe1Southpark.jpg

Repatriated Canuck
11 Oct 06,, 12:20
Stupid Filthy Whore is my favorite episode or one of them anyway. Paris randomly coughing up semen even had my girlfriend in shock followed by an OOOHHHH!!! and finger pointing and hysteria. Then the little dog blows the top of its head all over the limo.

Class I tell you.

leib10
12 Oct 06,, 07:42
Wow, that episode really sucked. :frown:

gunnut
12 Oct 06,, 20:57
Wow, that episode really sucked. :frown:

I was playing Company of Heroes at the time. Even then I can tell that episode was not that great.

leib10
12 Oct 06,, 21:28
It wasn't. It relied on the whole "repitition is funny, then it's not funny, then MAYBE it'll become funny again" strategy. But what has to happen is that the repeated joke has to be at least mildly funny in the first place, which neither of the running gags in the episode were. So swing and a miss on this one. Right up (or down?) there with A Million Little Fibers.

sappersgt
13 Oct 06,, 08:03
I have just been informed that i will be in an episode of S.Park next year, as, you guessed, the Southpark Repo man. :biggrin:

http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b343/m21sniper/Snipe1Southpark.jpg

Congratulations! You've finally made the big time!:biggrin:

leib10
17 Oct 06,, 23:59
Miss Teacher Bangs A Boy

Cartman is appointed to the post of School Hallway Monitor at South Park Elementary. In his new role, Cartman takes it personally when an infraction is committed in his jurisdiction. When Kyle discovers that a teacher is having sex with a student, he and Cartman have to team up to put a stop to the inappropriate behavior.

gunnut
18 Oct 06,, 00:26
Miss Teacher Bangs A Boy

Cartman is appointed to the post of School Hallway Monitor at South Park Elementary. In his new role, Cartman takes it personally when an infraction is committed in his jurisdiction. When Kyle discovers that a teacher is having sex with a student, he and Cartman have to team up to put a stop to the inappropriate behavior.

RESPECT MY AUTHORITAH!!!

Neo
18 Oct 06,, 20:30
Guys...look at this!

http://video.google.nl/videoplay?docid=-5144618074988099599&q=south+park

leib10
19 Oct 06,, 18:20
Wow, that was a pretty good one. Great Dawg the Bounty Hunter spoof, having Ike as a main character was cool too.

And... Nice! Nice! ;)

leib10
25 Oct 06,, 06:07
Hell on Earth 2006

Satan is throwing the biggest Halloween costume party ever, and no one will be admitted without a wristband. Satan is busy checking the R.S.V.P. list and deciding what costume to wear to the big event. Every detail must be perfect for the prince of darkness, but even Satan can’t foresee everything.

This should be good. Satan is easily one of my favorite characters. It's just unbelievable that he's a sensitive, insecure, and gay Prince of Darkness. An anti-archetype, if there ever was one.

Neo
29 Oct 06,, 17:56
A must have link for the true fans: :)

http://www.allsp.com/

leib10
02 Nov 06,, 08:01
Sad to say, South Park is beginning to suck. :frown:

Neo
02 Nov 06,, 17:21
Yeah...not much happening in current series.
Yes...I'm serial! :mad:

Neo
16 Nov 06,, 19:36
Sad to say, South Park is beginning to suck. :frown:

Did you watch the Nintendo Wii episodes?
It was pretty funny.

gunnut
16 Nov 06,, 19:48
Did you watch the Nintendo Wii episodes?
It was pretty funny.

Yes. Sadly the best part was the Buck Rogers intro.

This week's peewee hockey wasn't that great either.:frown:

mostlymad
17 Nov 06,, 20:22
love the show. Really like the ones on cults and scientology.

leib10
18 Nov 06,, 01:14
Yes. Sadly the best part was the Buck Rogers intro.

This week's peewee hockey wasn't that great either.:frown:

This whole run of episodes has been sadly lacking. I can't stop wondering what the hell happened. Did they get lazy, did they run out of ideas and energy, what? :frown:

leib10
15 Mar 07,, 23:58
Wow, last night's SP was actually really good. For once it didn't take on a politcal issue, which was kinda refreshing since the show has become increasingly political. I was really impressed, I had to say. :biggrin:

jame$thegreat
16 Mar 07,, 00:05
I really dislike South Park actually. I enjoy family guy and sometimes like the Simpsons, but I cannot stand South Park. The animation and voice-overs are annoying, the humor is overly vulgar (I like vulgar humor but South Park just over does it) and personally think that they try too hard to be controversial. The humor is lost in that attempt and it becomes nothing more than an attempt to offend people.

wkllaw
16 Mar 07,, 01:10
South park is rather funny, I disagree with some parts of what they say, but I don't really take it seriously.

leib10
26 Mar 07,, 21:17
It seems this week they're going to rip on Hillary Clinton and Muslims.

gunnut
26 Mar 07,, 21:19
It seems this week they're going to rip on Hillary Clinton and Muslims.

Most excellent.

Muslims need to be made fun of. Join the rest of us. Laugh at ourselves.

J`ve
26 Mar 07,, 23:42
Most excellent.

Muslims need to be made fun of. Join the rest of us. Laugh at ourselves.

And then some of good muslims in ME, storm to the nearest US embassy and set a fire :eek:

I'm affraid, they can't laugh at themselves.


About SouthPark,

I like the show but if you wanna watch it you must be at home on Saturday Night 12am. Our local Cnbc channel loves antisocial people, I think. :rolleyes:

gunnut
29 Mar 07,, 09:24
Someone snuck a snuke up hilldog's sniss?

J`ve
29 Mar 07,, 11:34
Cripple Fight (http://badcase.net/downloads.php?cat_id=12)

leib10
29 Mar 07,, 19:06
I liked it. I thought the British subplot was kinda wierd, but the 24 parody was dead-on and the applejuice fart was classic.

wkllaw
02 Apr 07,, 23:31
The last episode was pretty funny, the best part was in the end where Cartman was right about being a bigot saving everybody. I wonder how the South Park staff always manage to stay on time when they always do the work to the last minute?

leib10
03 Apr 07,, 00:04
Lots of practice. ;)

leib10
05 Apr 07,, 08:32
Wow, that South Park was easily the best of the season so far. :biggrin:

ExNavyAmerican
05 Apr 07,, 09:13
South Park is very funny. Its directors are some of the last people in the United States who dare exercise the right of free speech.

leib10
05 Apr 07,, 15:30
Last night's episode showed the true hypocrisy of Comedy Central- again. South Park has had Jesus killed in violent ways twice, and shows him defecating on President Bush and the American flag, and during the Easter Week no less (for the defecation and one of the killing episodes). Yet CC refused to allow SP to show the Muslim prophet Muhammed after the Danish cartoon riots, even if he's just standing there not doing anything.

wkllaw
06 Apr 07,, 00:30
well, nowadays no one really wants to get sued which seems to have limited freedom of speech in America. It also seems the whole series has turned Kenny into a minor character.

Elbmek
13 Apr 07,, 22:46
I watched it ONCE at my sister in laws, could not understand a single word, and never watched it again..............

dave lukins
14 Apr 07,, 00:34
South Park is very funny. Its directors are some of the last people in the United States who dare exercise the right of free speech.

LOVE IT!! Simpsons,Futurama and South Park: all night for me!!ooops apart from WAB:biggrin:

leib10
14 Apr 07,, 01:36
I can't stand Simpsons, Futurama, or Family Guy.

cato
14 Apr 07,, 01:48
Who wants to go to the Girl Bar?
Cato

Lunatock
19 Apr 07,, 07:29
OMG! Tonight's episode was funny! Trey & Matt really outdid themelves with the adult resident's of South Park being complete F-tards.

Big K
19 Apr 07,, 08:47
i ve watched Lord of The Rings special edition :)) heheheh

cartman was gandalf :D great cartoon

gunnut
11 Oct 07,, 07:31
Did anyone see the episode tonight? I loved it!!! Bono is the biggest piece of crap! I knew it. And I'm glad someone agrees with me. :biggrin:

Repatriated Canuck
11 Oct 07,, 07:56
Any episode ripping on Canada makes me laugh my ass off. I love steriotypes.

Edit/// I think I spelled steriotype wrong?

ExNavyAmerican
11 Oct 07,, 09:29
I loved the episode of Al Quieda movie about the United States.

There were all thses cut-out pictures of white people saying "we like to crap".

Then came Bush saying "I crap on all of you"

And the of course Jesus did too by saying, "I crap on all of you"

There was also a woman bragging about how she has sex all of the time.

They're always making fun of Jesus that way. Never make fun of Mohammed though... Trey & Matt would but Comedy Central refuses.

Feanor
11 Oct 07,, 11:10
You know it amazing how republican south park is. I think that's why you guys all like it so much. If you watch it carefully it has a very obvious agenda.

gunnut
11 Oct 07,, 11:15
You know it amazing how republican south park is. I think that's why you guys all like it so much. If you watch it carefully it has a very obvious agenda.

I know exactly how conservative the show is. Parker and Stone both are republicans.

However you have missed the episodes making fun of the conservatives. They make fun of the republicans as much as they do democrats. Or maybe you were just busy taking notes on democrat bashing and missed the republican bashing.

By the way, I love The Family Guy and American Dad, despite how liberal those shows are.

entropy
11 Oct 07,, 11:50
I believe that the Crab People is one of the best Jewish conspiracy parodies ever.

Feanor
11 Oct 07,, 22:49
I know exactly how conservative the show is. Parker and Stone both are republicans.

However you have missed the episodes making fun of the conservatives. They make fun of the republicans as much as they do democrats. Or maybe you were just busy taking notes on democrat bashing and missed the republican bashing.

By the way, I love The Family Guy and American Dad, despite how liberal those shows are.

I've actually seen every single episode of southpark. They're all online. standsdad.com allsp.com and other sites.

ExNavyAmerican
12 Oct 07,, 11:58
I also love family guy and american dad. They're hysterical!

Especially the depiction of Karl Rove.

Elbmek
13 Oct 07,, 19:03
I sort of saw South Park once, couldn't understand a word of it, and never watched it again.

leib10
13 Oct 07,, 20:30
I know exactly how conservative the show is. Parker and Stone both are republicans.

However you have missed the episodes making fun of the conservatives. They make fun of the republicans as much as they do democrats. Or maybe you were just busy taking notes on democrat bashing and missed the republican bashing.

By the way, I love The Family Guy and American Dad, despite how liberal those shows are.

Although Parker describes himself as a libertarian, both call themselves "equal-opportunity offenders". Stone is quoted as saying, "We hate conservatives, but we really, really hate liberals."