Fave ep: ESM Season 12,Sec fave: Butterballs Season 16
It's been computerized since the second episode, so your point isn't valid.Terrance&Phillip wrote:My theory on South Park losing its touch....I believe that the reason I enjoyed earlier seaons of South Park is because the animation was so sh*tty, that made the characters and the setting so funny. It used to be all construction paper and made from frame by frame pictures all thrown together. Now its all computerized, and I personally hate it. I don't like seeing so much detail, its just annoying and it makes them have to make out a whole complex story line instead of just throwing good old stupid yet funny comedy pertaining to how retarded the show looks and the characters sound.
I've been watching South Park ever since I was a kid. I grew up on this show, and I love it. I also grew up watching The Simpsons and hardly ever catch the new episodes...BECAUSE THEIR NOT LIKE THE OLD ONES....The new episodes just lost the Simpsons touch, just as South Park is begining to do.
In conclusion, I don't think South Park will ever be the same, because its just too computerized and high-tech for my taste. Its not a cartoon, its an animated series. Thats all these kids grow up on these days. Anyway, I love South Park and always will.
I have a classmate that's obsessed with Disney... I should show him this... he'd blow a gasket!
KennyMcCookie wrote:This was definitely an amazing episode but nothing near as good as Major Boobage.
I disagree. Kenny had much more character development and screen time in this ep.
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