the air duster chick parody was amazing
Not my favorite episode but there were a few laughs.
...I was wrong.
I actually feared the worst when I saw the previews, because Jimmy is one of my least favorite characters. I just find him so annoying, but he wasn't even in it that much. Towelie is funny, and the title cards reciting obvious plot details made me laugh.
Also, it seems like Jimmy's stutter has gotten a lot better recently. Good for him.
Good mix of Intervention and Looney Tunes with a dash of Droopy. October 6th is a long time away, I hope SPS comes up with something to hold us over for the summer.
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I thought I would get sick of the Intervention-style expositional tiles. But so help me, I laughed at 'em every time.
The Looney Toons characters as disabled kids was also great for a cheap laugh. The same goes for the saga with Nathan & Mimsy and their ill fated attempts to arch Jimmy.
Fatass has once again reminded me of why I hate him.
They did a much better story with Towelie than in Million Fibers. Kyle's speech during the intervention was the best of the group. Towelie got fleshed out quite a bit this week. He has a kid? I found that quite funny since I have a towel and a washcloth with the same color pattern as Towelie and Washcloth.
Well enjoy the break, guys. Hope all the bullsh*t gets worked out with CC over 201 in the interim.
You read it! You can't unread it!
I hadn't laughed a lot at South Park since that one episode where Cartman got AIDS, but I think this was even funnier.
I tend to search for good plot, a meaning to make me think, parody of something I love or hate (sorry, folks, I'm neutral on Looney Toons), or the "find-where-the-line-is-and-cross-it" parts of episodes. I only really need one or two of those elements to have a good chance of enjoying an episode, but none of them were really there this time. With the possible exception of crossing-the-line... do you think that shark-rape crosses the line? That was funny!
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