"i like girls with big fat titties, i like girls with deep vaginas" - kenny
aerisangel16 wrote:and did I catch a "yepper"?
You sure as Shpadoinkle did! (Finally, finally finally got to see CTM tonight.)
Is it just me, or does this seem to be one of the bloodiest runs yet? It seems like someone's getting something blown the hell off or the damn away in just about every episode.
Anyway, I liked this one. I laughed hardest at Cartman and Butters hanging off the stop light pole. Trey is always saying that Cartman being small on screen is funny to him, and I don't normally see it, but this was hilarious. I think the angle had a lot to do with it, but topped with a "Lame.", you have pure gold.
I've gotta say that "Jesus Christ monkey balls" just doesn't seem to have the same punch that it used to. I've always preferred "Jesus tap-dancing Christ" myself.
Burger King was pretty f*cking random, and yeah Dr. Angus, it was pretty funny when the one baddie flipped through his Whopper. It would've been funnier if he had gotten ketchup, mayo and mustard all over the place. (they're always super messy) BK is just popping up everywhere lately. They're plastered all over my 2-liter Dr. Pepper bottles along with some promo for the upcoming Indiana Jones movie. You can pretty much flip through the channels at any given time and find a BK ad on.
Most of the stuff that they did "together" inside Super Phun Tyme was pretty good. My faves were riding the rocket/horse? (damn, I've already forgotten what it was), when they were on that motorcycle, (I thought that was kind of a call back to Tomorrow Never Dies, but I may be reading into it too much.) and when C was dragging B along beside the bumper car.
What Stan did to "rescue" the hostages was a little gay and did make me cringe a bit, but you've gotta admit, that kid has balls. And he saved Kenny! (I knew he wouldn't get killed off this run.)
Ya know, Butters must be pretty strong to not only be able to swing fatass around like that, but drag his dead weight around, and up onto the bus.
Oh, and I think the "I learned something today"'s are a bit... forced. They went from not having them for a long time, to having one in every episode, all the time, right now - I mean away. They kind of needed to ease into it and have, maybe 2 this run and 3 or 4 next run, then be doing one every episode by the second run of season 13.
OH! The Sgt. Yates debacle; Doesn't Yates head up the South Park Police? And isn't Pioneer Village/Super Phun Thyme in Denver, or am I just completely lost geographically?
i read some people just want southpark to be more like it use to be...... HARD TARDS !!!
As a TV show gets older it needs to progress, not stumble around the same old gags that USE to (and occasionly still do) work, it needs to try new things, experiment. If South park kept doing the same old kenny dies and mr hat jokes every episode we wouldent be watching it today. It would have died in the ass, people would have got bored of it, its evolution baby ! get the f**k use to it.. Keep up the FANTASTIC work guys, South park gets stronger with every season.
AxayPaulene wrote:Don't we all?Niels0827 wrote:But he (RideTheLightning)wanted Kensuke's hot man chowder.
~McBob wrote:Wow. I never realized how harmful and serious defecating into a urinal can be.
If that's all you remember about that episode, look at it again: there's the conspiracy stuff surrounding 9/11, and then there's Stan pulling a gun on Kyle. If you get attached to South Park characters as some people do around here, seeing Stan pull a gun on Kyle might just f*ck you up too.
Mitchell Connor wrote:Anyone else notice when Cartman was trying to find a partner, he looks at Clyde and Token and says "Craig, Token..." by mistake?
I noticed that.
Also, I agree with whoever said Tweek would've been better than Jimmy. I find Tweek uncomfortable, but seeing him panicking is great.
It also seems that Wendy might be getting pushed up towards the same "tier" as Craig/Token/Clyde/Jimmy.
Anyway, my thoughts on this run:
1. Eek, a penis! -- What SP does best: Cartman with authoritah, stupid shock humour, and morals (with the whole transexual and abortion things).
2. Canada on Strike -- A pretty good running gag plus the hilarious "Internet fight".
3. Major Boobage / Super Fun Time -- Pretty good episodes. Nothing too remarkable, but nothing horrible.
4. Tonsil Trouble -- "HIV positive", the cure for AIDS, and the scene on the plane were pretty good, but definitely not great.
5. Over Logging -- Good concept, poor execution. Quite possibly my least favorite Randy-centric episode. The "ectoplasm" and ending were all it had going for it.
6. Britney's New Look -- Britney Wowtch! ... That's all.
Favorite Characters: Randy, Yates, and Butters
Favorite Episode: Cartman's Incredible Gift
Favorite Pairing: Randy x Sharon
BRMBug wrote:aerisangel16 wrote:and did I catch a "yepper"?
Oh, and I think the "I learned something today"'s are a bit... forced. They went from not having them for a long time, to having one in every episode, all the time, right now - I mean away. They kind of needed to ease into it and have, maybe 2 this run and 3 or 4 next run, then be doing one every episode by the second run of season 13.?
I thought the one in this episode was suppose to be a joke. Like, a terrorist actually stopping and saying "Wow, pioneers did have a hard life, huh? " as opposed to the kids learning it seemed like a joke to me. :0
A 7-11 is a 24-hour convenience store and a smurf is a small blue fictional cartoon character.
Back on topic: I've watched this episode three times already. I'm raising my score to a 10/10. I effing love this episode.
problems with it.
I have asperger's syndrome as well. I wish they did a parody on it...nobody knows too much about it. Butters with it, that would work lol.
I mean think about it, he's smart, but also as seen in this episode, can also be a stress freak. Put him on Prozac.
That stuff does mess you up, I ended up changing to Sertraline.
But seriously, I don't like to be known as different due to strange habits or worring about life.
I could talk to ya more about it later if you want
The WOW staff character (the young one, who went with the older man to Randy's house) was in "Britney's New Look" (the mob), "Canada Strikes" (Viewing "What what, in my assh*le") and he was riding a bumper car in today's episode "Super Fun Time"
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