Kyle's story was definitely the best, it'll make me think twice about what I checkmark when I sign up for things. Overall this was a great show, can't wait to see what the season has in store for us.
There you go. Watching it now.
Here is a pic from tonight's show: (You have to right-click):
Note the similar flames on each side of each pic below:
Here is a pic from Star Trek III: (Again, please right-click):
And finally, on another point, look at the pic of tonight's show again. It shows the geniuses wearing tin foil hats, just as we have been discussing in SPS board member GeminiShamrock's Coast to Coast AM thread all winter. I bet either M&T or some staffers have been scanning this SPS board during the hiatus; that thread was very popular while M&T were finishing up pre-production of the Book of Mormon. Tin Foil Hats. Good job, GeminiShamrock
The only thing I liked was those small elements they kept true to the movie 'Human Centipede'. but dude, the Asian dude didn't even slash his own throat like the movie!
Terrible episode was terrible. However, I won't let this mess up ruin my impression on the next episodes. Looking forward to those.
I was also wondering when they'd get around to Doctor Phil. My sister found one instance where he's absolutely wrong (the Virginia Tech shooter was NOT a paranoid schizophrenic).
It's actually fitting that God punished Cartman; if it'd been his mom, he'd have just tried to pass it off as assault. Who are you going to blame when you're struck by lightning?
OK, I didn't know about the Human Centipede movie at all, so when I saw the episode trailer, I thought this was coming out of nowhere. And I was thinking "where's the brilliant metaphor?" Turns out, it was a great episode, and one of the most brilliant metaphors ever.
Lately, we're all trying to become more connected, but people tend to produce more crap than anyone could ever watch/read/listen to (this thread, for example). So we either need ways to find someone who gives a damn in the first place, or we need to stop expecting people to care what we produce, and stop making everything we do or say online all about ourselves.
Again, though, Kyle's lucky I was the woman in the back.
PS: Wow... it's as if Matt Stone had over a decade of experience of trying to speak while muffled!
It's not pedophilia if they should be your age by now.
I thought it was a good episode, and it makes some valid points, although some of them are subtle. Did any of you notice how in the beginning of the episode, the kids were just hanging out on the play ground with their I PADS instead of playing? Well, too many people these days won't get off their lap tops, or phones or I Pads or whatever. I like the internet, it is fun posting on here, and going on Facebook and such is fun, but that shouldn't replace actually going out and socializing with your friends or doing other things offline. Some people I have talked to feel lonely and like relationships are suffering, because people text or talk on Facebook instead of really talking.
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