It's the logical conclusion.
"How would you feel, Kyle, if there was a cartoon on television that made fun of Jews all the time? Huh?" -Cartman
dmorgz89 wrote:I think the South Park series finale should be an hour long episode that involves the apocalypse. Things start happening in South Park that are much more strange than usual. After loads of ridiculous things happen that cause the demise of many places and characters eventually everyone in South Park and on earth has been killed...except for Kenny McCormick. As loads of destruction and dead bodies surround him Kenny then turns to the screen and breaks the fourth wall. He takes off his hood and says, "Snap out of it Les...Mr. Claypool are you alright?" The screen then cuts to Les Claypool all startled laying on a couch wearing the same exact outfit he wears in the intro and theme song of the first few seasons. It turns out that the whole entire series was just Les Claypool having a long acid trip and South Park was just his imagination running wild. Les gets up off of the couch and then says, "Never tripped so hard in my entire life. Someone...hand me my bass... I've just been inspired..." One of his band members in Primus hands him his bass guitar and the series ends with an epic remix of the original South Park theme song while memorable clips from the entire series run play on screen for the last five minutes.
Just a random idea I had. How do you guys think it should end?
I was thinking something similar, except that in the end they kill Kenny's "spawn point" (his mom) and then we see him crawling out and pick up a shot gun. Basically a Resident Evil send-up.
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