*1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

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IHateCelebritiesToo
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Re: *1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

Postby IHateCelebritiesToo » Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:41 pm

First of all, I'M FROM JERSEY.

I thought it was hilarious. Great satire on those stupid shows, stupid people.

But Trey and Matt are not as "Punk Rock" as they say they are. They should've realized that everyone in the world rips on Jersey. They simply just stepped in line and joined the party.

What they should've done was made a distinction between NEW Jersey and REAL Jersey...NEW Jersey is the bs surrounding the New York area... REAL Jersey is the entire state that isn't in New York's 60 mile wide perimeter.. I live in South Jersey, it's completely different then what people think.

I thought it was funny, but I also thought it was a little lazy. Not all of jersey is like that, but I guess you wouldn't know. It's a jersey thing.
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Re: *1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

Postby rattrap007 » Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:42 pm

Dear lord I howled with laughter. I hate shows like Jersey Shore and Real Housewives. People on there are the bottom of the barrel of society and just plain trash.

Loved the Snookie monster. Perfect caricatures of her, Situation and Jersey-ians.

All I've ever seen of these shows is what was on the Soup.
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Re: *1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

Postby tvwaters » Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:44 pm

anybody who didn't like that episode is retarded. it was so f*cking funny. everyone i know loves those gay ass shows.
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Re: *1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

Postby Pegazeus » Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:45 pm

Wow, this episode was great, makes up for last weeks for sure. I'm glad they didn't do the distinction, it's South Park. They just classify everyone from Jersey that way, made it funnier.
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Re: *1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

Postby SweetLikeKiwi » Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:45 pm

OMG I loved it! The beginning was a bit slow but once Cartman hinted that he craps on Kyle's front door every morning, it just kept getting better. I loved JERSEY!Kyle. I loved his transformation in Sizzler like he was turning into a werewolf. I loved that they got help from Al Queida, I thought it was hilarious that the only way to stop New Jersey was to get their help! I did cringe a little (whilst still grinning) when they were all cheering him but then they shot him and Randy goes "WE GOT HIM!" then I was like phew coz I felt that kind of made up for it.

Snookie was perfect. (thought it was quite funny that she raped Cartman >.<) And what Randy did to 'The Situation' (with his shirt perminately up) everyone has wanted to do to him.

"You've got 3 strikes, Kyle! The 3 Js; Jew, Jersey and Ginger!" :lol:

9/10 - only coz first part was slow
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Re: *1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

Postby wizboy2k » Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:47 pm

Wow all I can say is brilliant. While this episode won't age well, once the Jersey whores are off tv, it really hit all the stereotypes head on and gave Cartman another reason to hate Kyle. Strike 3 part was great. Also having Al Qaeda and Bin Laden crash the planes into the Jersey whores was hilarious. I guess South Park can still offend the masses without bringing up Muhammad. I thought Randy would betray Bi Laden and shoot him but the "We Got Him" line was great even if previously used in the 9/11 conspiracy episode. I laughed out loud over and over and that is honestly something that hasn't happened in the last 2 seven episode runs. Maybe Whale Whores. But great ep guys. I'm sure the only thing on the news will be how insensitive M&T are towards the victim's families of 9/11. And that will be lame.
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Re: *1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

Postby IHateCelebritiesToo » Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:48 pm

The Al Qaeda reference, albeit strange and a little outrageous, was proving a point.

Too many people in this country forgot and/or simply don't care about what happened 9 years ago. This was an evident point they tried to make when someone made a reference (I can't remember who) in this episode as to how in "10 months nobody will care" or something along that line.

Matt and Trey's goal was to cross the line here. They were proving a point. I thought it was pretty easy to figure out why they did it.
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Re: *1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

Postby Hydroleaf » Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:52 pm

This episode was awesome! :D Hilarious and completely summarized Jersey Shore for me! I feel satisfied all over! :3

The parents and SP citizens involved, Kyle and Sheila's "transformation", Snooky raping Cartman, Cartman pinching Kyle's cheek, shooting Al Quaida at the end... :lol:

9.9/10 is my grade. ^^
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Re: *1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

Postby nwt000 » Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:53 pm

I'll re-rate this episode 8.1. I think I just think the whole al-Queida thing scared me.
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Re: *1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

Postby JamesBray » Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:56 pm

The best episode this season by far. I'm still laughing.
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Re: *1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

Postby IHateCelebritiesToo » Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:57 pm

By the way, nobody from "Jersey Shore" is even FROM New Jersey. They're all from New York.

Yet us Jersey Folk continue to get this reputation. Hilarious... I live around 2 Farms and within 5 minutes from the Pine Barrens (the largest undeveloped peice of land along the Northeastern Seaboard).

No Guido's in South Jersey. Just tomatos.
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Re: *1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

Postby kfgg » Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:58 pm

Bennies are the real name for the people shown in this episode

And I can tell you that people from parts of New Jersey want them out as bad as South Park did in this episode.
Stan and Kyle :)
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Re: *1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

Postby prochut » Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:02 pm

Definately a step-up from last week's episode. Cannot think of a moment I thought was lame or didn't like. Snookie the beast was outstanding. Good to get some background on Sheila's character too (I mean, S-Woww Tittybang). I thought the Al-Quaeda part may have been a step too much, but it was okay as long as they did what I was thinking they should do at the time, which was take out Bin Laden.

9.6/10
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Re: *1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

Postby tvwaters » Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:03 pm

i think that they all should GEEEETTT OUTT! i wish they threw one of those in there
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Re: *1409: It's a Jersey Thing* Post-Air Discussion

Postby Jake, M'kay? » Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:07 pm

It was better than I expected, but still wasn't that great. The whole Al-Qaeda thing felt very random and dumb... 7/10

But, did anyone catch the Ugly Americans after? That was pretty great. Best of the series so far. It seems to have finally found it's footing.
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