Doofinsmurf wrote:I acually really liked that episode I think it's freaking awesome how they are finnaly giving Kenny a speaking role on the show. He's turning into a charactar; not so much a 'prop' per say any more. I think it should be that way more
After hearing on that link to NPR radio where they said the voice of Kenny is done by Matt talking into Matt's hand; and in 1402 Kenny himself was making Moose calls by talking into his own hand. I caught this reference/inside joke
Cartman: Line? Lines! I HATE LINES!!!
basicaly i love everything besides the vomiting... that dragged on for way too long ><
Juncki wrote:I don't like how in the newer episodes they're always traveling all over the place, talking to celebrities, etc.
I liked it when they stayed in South Park most of the episode, asking advice/finding solutions to their problems in their home town or from some minority person.
Like in this episode, they were barely in school, instead they were out in some courtroom, in the woods, and with Sarah Jessica Parker. I like it when as many original South Park characters are involved with the boys, not them by themselves all the time - if that makes sense.
Good episode nonetheless.
^^ I agree with that it's kind of weird how they're only 9 years old from a small town, but travel around the world like celebrities. If they stopped doing that so much I think it would be more realistic.
Anyone I loved this episode, it was hilarious. I love how all the adults read something so retarded and sick and think it's a masterpiece.
The only thing I didn't like was how long they had the newscasters barfing and spitting on the floor. you could tell that was just used to fill up time.
The episode wasn't bad. I loved when Cartman was like, "I'll show them obscene!" I really wish he would!
The Kardashian's made me laugh. So did Sarah Jessica Parker and Morgan Freeman. Loved them.
7.5 / 10
I thought season 13 was amazing (besides the last ep) and one of my favourite seasons as a whole. It was a great consistant effort compared to a hit or miss season 12.
However after the first two eps in season 14 I am a little concernced on how this season is shaping up. in my opinion, we have seen two weak shows in a row. I think i have laughed/chuckled 3or4 times over the first two eps combined - being the first couple tiger woods jokes and the SJP jokes tonight.
What i havnt liked in these first two eps are these annoying running gags, which at first, were mildy amusing at best, but the way each ep has used a running joke and stretched them out is not the SP i enjoy watching. Surely not, the Matt and Trey who have brilliantly entertained, enlightened and to a degree educated me through my childhood to adult hood over the last 14 years have run out of ideas where filler jokes are used to get the show up to the required airtime.
Another bit of filler they seem to be using now is using an abundance of celebs each week. See I enjoy all the diff types of SP eps, whether it be the kids by themselves, politically based, religious and the celeb eps etc - its variety is why the shows so great. I dont think eps like these two, where they randomly involve as many celebs as they can is funny. The celeb eps i like is where they focus down on a particular celeb and really nail them, like the jennifer lopez ep where cartmen had her as a hand puppet (thats why the only funny moment in tonights ep was when they ripped on SJP)
so in summary, i hope matt and trey can bounce back from these two lousy eps, i know they can, and return to the core of south park, (which i think they were doing for the majority of time last season). So if by any chance (snowflakes in hell) my opnion reaches matt and trey, i want them to know i still have faith u can return to their greatness and im expecting big things come 200.
The end was not as funny as the first two acts. Kind of a good twist to have Butters' novel get the woman he lusts after killed. My opinion might be influenced by the fact that I have no idea who the f*ck Kim Cardassian is. I'm even spelling that name like the bad guys from Star Trek. (They're the ones with the vagina foreheads.)
Interesting message about reading into stuff too much. Something that NEVER happens around here
The all-too-realistic vomiting on the Today Show was one of my biggest laughs. The humor comes from reality. I challenge anyone to keep that scene from playing in your head the next time you're about to blow chunks.
Randy was working on a model ship? That's so random.
Kenny's moose call sounded like a bear instead. Nice touch though, to have that moose season sign all shot up. I'd see that all the time where I grew up; people using rural road signs for target practice.
Had some good laughs, but the main story didn't just grab me this week. Sexual Healing was better so far.
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