> I've never seen a kid get screwed by a shark either.
> I loved the flip cards, that was awesome! AND WASHCLOTH! Omg, that was so
> And I-I-I, I'm a towel
We're ALL towels, my dear.
I don't know if the writers think Looney Tunes is dumb and did this as a retaliation for last week, but if that was really their goal then they failed. This was just too awesome n funny.
Nice to know Towelie has a son washcloth now.
> I think this episode is a response to being censored... they are using old
> 1950's warner brothers characters and jokes. showing how terrible cartoons
> used to be. if they cant be progressive they might as well recycle the same
> old crap. let go of the choke chain comedy central. let artists express
> themselves. and dont force us to watch a terrible piece of sh*t episode
> like this again.
Yeah I think the point is that if they are going to be censored, South Park might as well be Looney Toons.
> jewlover wrote :
> > 7/10
> > I've never seen a kid get screwed by a shark either.
i've never seen a kid get screwed. period.
> Yeah I think the point is that if they are going to be censored, South Park might as
> well be Looney Toons.
That's nonsense. Trey and Matt have said in interviews how much they admire Looney Tunes, and this is not the first time they have referenced those cartoons in a loving way (Osama Bin Laden has Farty Pants.)
Did you learn nothing from Scrotie McBoogerballs?
P.S. If you think Looney Tunes has never been censored, you should check out some of the banned material on youtube sometime. Comedy gold.
I went and watched this one at Grandma's to get a jump on commenting.
It was a solid giggle, but I'm gonna have to watch it again. I kept the volume down to keep from bothering the tenants, so I didn't quite catch everything.
With the different opening I was completely confused until I saw Toweliyeyyiey. Screw me, I didn't think they'd use him this run. And omg, Lady Towelie looks like a nice piece.
The shark gag was somewhat predictable, but I loled. (poor kid got kenny'd in the end didn't he?)
Loved the old school homage. I'm still having trouble placing all of the different characters. The ones that are really getting me are the ones that seem so familiar, but you just can't quite place them. (screencaps later)
Shame I didn't see this person in the BG: http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d171/ ... 978838.gif
The Intervention titles did get a tad annoying, but it was funny.
It's a bad idea trying to write this with the tv on, because now I'm forgetting what all I was going to talk about. I think I'll have to wait until I see it again on the site before I can say more.
http://i1002.photobucket.com/albums/af1 ... 2328PM.png
> If all the kids are looney tunes characters, who were Nathan and the fat
> kid suppose to be?
Remember the two thugs in some of those cartoons? Rocky was the guy in the tall hat, and Muggsy was his big lummox henchman.
Oh.... and I'm totally going to learn "Tardicaca Hula Gal" and play it on my ukulele. I hope they post the whole song on the site somewhere.
"She's sure to make you giggle with that naughty little wiggle"
So in a way, I think they kind of mentioned 201; just in a real subtle way.
Rocky and Mugsy (that's Nathan and Mimsy, respectively)
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