I wish that About Last Night... had more Cartman (I know, I'm a Cartman fan). Other than that, it does reflect on the 2008 election. Obama supporters are celebrating too much (and they're really overdoing it), and McCain supporters are just overreacting (thinking "America is doomed" = Stupid). I think this shows how stupid the U.S. can get over little things (still the best country). I like how Randy was acting this episode, especially to the boss and the ending getting pissed off (and Cartman STOLE THE TV!!!). I also liked that Barbrady finally made an appearance (and the voice sounds right).
One word, "Boom! Baby!"
And let's not toss around Family Guy insults so much. This was a parody, not the outright copying FG does. Not to mention any Family Guy election episode would have been a half hour of Seth MacFarlane espousing his own politics in a thinly veiled manner with a lot of crappy, choppy jokes, but I digress.
I love the fact that you reveal so poignantly that all hope is stolen
and although you blame the grifting jewel thiefs - it is still the we the people who love flat sreen tv's and fried cheese to much to take this election back from the show
as always - since I sleep with all of you every night
great comfort in your message
for the comfortless
You've succeeded in conveying the reality of the election. Sheer brilliance.
Octary wrote:I am curious, was this the final episode of the season, or is there one or two more to come?
2 more episodes to come. :3
Rambowl wrote:What was the name of that piano song playing at the end of the episode where Obama decides to be President after all?
Not going to say for sure, but it sounded like Clair De Lune (the third movement of Suite bergamasque by Claude Debussy) to me.
I really like to know more behind the making of this episode. The production is fantastic on it.
And if you did make a back-up episode where McCain won, I'd like to see how that one played out too.
Obama and McCain both run for president as a pact to steal Americas hope(hope diamond) for change.
Neither of them was actually planning on changing anything. There only goal was to end up with large amounts of money.
Obama supporters are duped into believing Obama wants to actually change something. McCain supporters overreact and actually believe Obama will change something.
The reality, maybe Obama will change something, but probably he won't. Once again America is duped into hoping things will change instead of actually voting for somebody that plans on changing things.
Funny episode packed with relevant insight! All I could hope for.
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