JVM wrote:So I'm logged in and I write a big detailed Pro's and Con's list, I step away, come back, finish it, post, and have to login again, only to lose the post? And no, the back button didn't work. f*ck.
Yeah, that used to happen to me sometimes; now I copy it into memory before I may "step away" - just a tip as to what I do
AtheistOtter wrote:JVM wrote:Guess it was lost on me since I never saw Thor.
I imagine it would be pretty lost on you without having seen Thor. The whole portal thing and all the scenes on Asgar... I mean, Plymouth ...would seem very random without context. I mean, Big Lipped Alligator kind of random. But with context? I thought it was side-splitting.
I too have not seen Thor; I've been too busy with school
Guy in Lab Coat in Season 15, Episode 13: A History Channel Thanksgiving wrote:Look, if anyone knows about stuffing, it's Natalie Portman
I don't know why, but that line gave me a big chuckle
You know, I don't remember (using the logic of The History Channel/Central) reading anywhere growing up that the Pilgrims and Indians didn't like South Park, the TV show. Does that mean that they were some of the biggest fans of the show ever to live? Think about it
It had some funny moments, but nothing new, nothing unexpected.
But this episode is pretty much on the same level as "Pee". Well, at least that one started out good before quickly turning to hell.
Natalie Portman and her wormhole made ma laugh the hardest.
And the point of History Channel not being what it used to be is also valuable.
btw. I can't believe it's only one show till season finale.
Will mention more when I see it again. But this was a funny episode and well, can we hold on for another good one to wrap up a fantastic 15B run...????
we shall see in a few days...
I ship: Stan/Cartman <3
Sharon: What is it honey? (gasp!) My baby's killed again!
Haa, I love that line.
Kyle's sarcastic rant on the history channel came back to haunt him somewhat. Natalie portman scenes were funny like that awkward dinner date oh and that hairy bikers scene made me chuckle for some reason,another good episode only 1 more to go dam.
Cartman: Line? Lines! I HATE LINES!!!
It purports to be a channel giving us legitimate information or reasonable debate on historical topics , but has gone way off the deep end with a number of programs that propose bunk as fact with questionable sources and spokespersons and seems to prefers the sensationally hypothetical -at best - to realistic findings . None of those Monster /UFO quests or pseudo-history programs ever come up with anything even slightly compelling or conclusive in the very least .
Well done .
So far I thought season 15 as a whole was great, but this episode was lacking any lulz, I didn't chuckle not even once.
I didn't see Thor so a lot of the references went over my head. I did enjoy the jab at History Channel though. Natalie Portman swayingback and forth: "um.... no" haha funny! Kyle's sarcastic rant was fantastic! And Cartman with the cheesy poofs <3
scRaTcH#667 wrote:btw. did anyone else notice that some of the scenes from the preview weren't used (boys sitting at the campfire, also the "planetary map" is different). I wonder why.
I noticed that too. Maybe they removed "Planet Marklar" because they didn't want fans to expect Starvin' Marvin to show up after the commercial break and then let them down?
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