keystoneice509 wrote:IF ITS GOING BACK TO sh*t LET ME KNOW SO I DON'T WASTE MY TIME.
Why certainly Sir. T&M will read your tiny little mind before each episode from now on and shall send you a clearest clarifiaction on a freshly used toilet paper about episode's suitability in accordance to your refined taste & general awesomeness in just about everything.
Thus you shall not be bothered by something that doesn't suit you at all and you can spend that 20 minutes to make world a better place for everyone.
Those who have taken authority as the truth rather than truth as the authority. "
And Mackey made me lol very hard, jeje!
So, yeah, best of the season so far, obviously, and let's see what they come up with next week!
I loved Mr. Garrison's "math lesson" and Mr Mackey's psycho fits. And the part about the Canadians "breaking tradition" and the pudding and such. Oh, and that they brought back Scott the Dick.
I love that they put Ugly Bob in here. And I totally saw it coming that Kyle was going to be Tooth Decay.
Little snow beaners are cute. I want one.
I love whenever people make fun of Canada.
I hated the real royal wedding....Everyone was going crazy for it. The media was all over it. Even my grandmother told me, "Don't call me at all on Friday." I'm so glad they made fun of it, and it's "traditions" -- because it's a wedding. We know what the traditions should be, if we've ever gone to a few...
Mr. Mackey parodying Augie Garrido was hilarious. I loved his explosions at these young kids.
(and seeing the Jim Henson/musical reference makes it funnier too)
I enjoyed the eskimos, and how Scott was making the wildest claims about these peaceful people just chipping ice.
And the announcer for the wedding, ha, that was great.
And the Bibbidy Bobbidi Boo reference. It's just a terrible song.
The Super Mario themes were nice. I just wish the villian wasn't who it was. Was hoping for something out of left-field. But I suppose they needed a way to conclude the B-plot.
I liked it a lot. Laughed out loud during Mackey's explosions and at the end scene of Canadian "traditions" - that was a bit on edge, but I love it. Just over the top.
9.3/10 from me.
The A-plot with Ike and his fellow Canadian entourage going to save the princess was great. I normally do not care for Ike, but it was almost moving to see his concern and valor for the princess. Ugly Bob, Scott the (Giant) Dick, and the royal wedding commentator were solid as well. The only weak part was the grotesque ending; M&T probably settled on that because they had no idea how to wrap up the plot.
The B-plot with Mackey directing the school play, on the other hand, was crappy. After Kyle subbed for Ike as Tooth Decay, the plot consisted of nothing but Mackey's repeated outbursts. Mackey hurling profanity-laced tirades at a bunch of kindergarteners was just offensively uncool in my opinion, and did NOTHING to advance the plot. And the ending was just a regurgitation of the China Probrem (a totally lame episode IMO).
M&T should have condensed the B-plot by removing the unnecessary Mackey rants and use the extra time to add more twists to Ike's quest in the A-plot. Fix the episode in this manner and it can be as good as It's Christmas in Canada (my favorite Canada-centric episode).
Overall, it's about 6-6.5/10. A few fixes, and it would have been significantly better.
Favorite Characters: KYLE -- STAN -- WENDY -- BUTTERS
Favorite Character to hate: C A R T M A N !!!
Favorite Episode: THE LIST
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