What do you think the last episode of South Park will be like? It would be too sad and terrible if it were to be something like, all the boys going their separate ways or something. I especially don't want to see that with Stan and Kyle. I don't know why, but I feel those two should stay close as best friends and it should be noted for beyond the end of the show.
Don't know what the finale would be about, but here's my idea on how I think the final scene might be like: the boys are all grown up and waiting at the bus stop with their kids (sorta like the end of Harry Potter). Their kids get on the bus and they watch and wave as the bus leaves. They briefly reminisce about their first day and about their adventures, until Cartman makes a typical Jew remark, causing him and Kyle to argue. As they argue, Kenny gets killed somehow (maybe by a nondescript meteor or gets run over), then Stan breaks the 4th wall and says something like "Oh well, I guess nothing's changed." *roll credits*
Yeah I know it's kinda anti-climatic, but that's always kinda how I pictured the end scene would be LoL
BRMBug wrote:I don't want it to show anyone older, or go anywhere really. I want complete and total destruction. People spontaneously combusting, exploding and/or becoming decapitated for no reason. Cars crashing into buildings, planes falling out of the sky, satellies falling out of orbit crushing cars, people and buildings... meanwhile Butters is running through all of it, trying to get escape it all. Then just as he gets cornered by a pack of ferile horny domestic rabbits, we pull back to see Eric Stough at his desk playing with cutouts of the characters. Then Trey pops his head around the door and says "Butters! We're going!" And he says "sh*t! Alright, hang on!" Drops everything on his desk, grabs his jacket off the back of his chair whie running to the door, flips the lights off and closes the door behind himself. Credits roll silently in front of the outline of the desk in a darkened office.
Wow! I should probably sprout an extra thumb just to give it three full-fledged thumbs up. Srsly! Complete and total destruction of everything, including the fourth wall... Dayum. One small detail, though: is there any specific reason why Matt doesn't pop his head around the door alongside Trey? What the hell is he doing hiding under the desk? If it's not the case, then why discriminate the man? He deserves to be there when the curtain falls.
VACOOLA wrote:is there any specific reason why Matt doesn't pop his head around the door alongside Trey? What the hell is he doing hiding under the desk? If it's not the case, then why discriminate the man? He deserves to be there when the curtain falls.
-No, Trey's just the next to last out the door.
-He's not under the desk, he's sitting at it, playing with the cutouts. I suppose it's more of a draft table with a sticky-mat like in the opening where he's hand-crafting the characters.
I hope they keep making seasons after 20. The only reason I would see them leaving is if they feel they have done enough, and wish to move on. But they make an episode within a week, and there is only one season a year. So continuing the show does not take much of their lives. Also, I am sure that they enjoy continuing the show, hopefully, and they know that fans love watching this show and for it to live on.
I have wondered if maybe Trey and Matt may will sort of leave the show with it still open for continuation, and later on they comeback and maybe do another season, or just a few episodes or shorts, or even tv movie specials.
BRMBug wrote:-He's not under the desk, he's sitting at it, playing with the cutouts. I suppose it's more of a draft table with a sticky-mat like in the opening where he's hand-crafting the characters.
Yeah, I get it. Eric is sitting at the desk, playing with the cutouts, but where the hell is Matt? You didn't mention he was in the room, so he must be hiding under the desk, doing Butters' voice or something, playing with what? Anne Garefino?
JamesPup wrote:I kind of would like the last episode to be like any other episode. And that it would leave the door open for there to be more episodes to be made in the future.
That. I want THAT to happen. Ending the series without actually ending it would be very... Zen. The idea of trying to beat The Simpsons as the longest running animated show, on the other hand, is probably the most anti-Zen idea ever. I, for one, wouldn't like newer episodes of South Park to look as if they were produced by a bunch of lazy manatees in close cooperation with Alzheimer, Parkinson, and their girlfriend Dementia. This is already a game of hit and miss, and unfortunately the "miss" (I gently call her Miss Carriage) has been growing stronger recently.
A hurricane called Hurricane Bob comes and destroys south park. the only survivors are the 4th graders and their parents
even kenny would live.
mr garrison also survives but mr hat doesn't, making mr garrison depressed and he moves to the mountains once more.
Favorite Episode: Scott Tenorman Must Die
Favorite Season(s): 1, 2, 3, and 8
First Episode Seen: Summer Sucks (officially)
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2. It will be an episode similar to the first season of just the boys, including having visitors/aliens in the episode.
3. It will be similar to 201 where the town is destroyed, again, only this time the only survivors are the cows. Cows were a theme in the early years.
4. The alternative dimension from Spooky Fish returns, with everyone switching dimensions and the show ends with the evil dimension's population in the wrong South Park.
5. South Park ends somehow on a cliff hanger, paving the way for possible new episodes to continue where they left off some years in the future.
6. Just a regular South Park episode, and as Kenny did in the early seasons, somehow Pip returns as if nothing had happened to him.
P. S. I like Bug's version best.
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