JamesPup wrote:Have marijuana being legal in Colorado and Washington be in an episode. You could show off the night clubs, coffee shops and other places where pot smoking is allowed. You could do some gags on the owners and people who work at these places and the people who hang out at them. People need to see how fun it is to light up at a business. Also joke on people who might be growing pot for the states for sale.
You think they'll remember this in October or November? Or think this is still recent stuff? I don't think so.
But everything has a limit, and I think they've pushed South Park as far as it will go. For me, the last few seasons have shown a marked decline. Things have become either stale or just outrageous (not in a good way, unlike the earlier episodes). I'm not blaming Matt and Trey, God bless them. I think they've done a frickin awesome job, and this is not all they have been doing!
Time to move on to greater things. Classic South Park will always be there fore the true fans to cherish. My favorite episodes are the "trilogy" of Cat Orgy, Two Guys in a Hot Tub, and Jewbilee (hopefully I didn't screw the name of any of those). And who can forget any of the other earlier classics. Cartman is a fcking beast of a character, and one of the most villanous (and funniest) characters ever. All these things won't go away, they remain there to be seen and to be enjoyed.
But, like I said, it's time to move on. You people and your sandy vaginas are annoying as fcking hell. Stop complaining already and have a beer and some Cheesy Poofs.
TheLoneWolf wrote:But everything has a limit, and I think they've pushed South Park as far as it will go. For me, the last few seasons have shown a marked decline. Things have become either stale or just outrageous (not in a good way, unlike the earlier episodes).
There is so much difference of opinion when it comes to what episodes are good that I don't agree that there is a marked decline in South Park, much less that the show has reached it's limit. The person who posted beneath you said that seasons 6 and 14 are good and 15 is the worst. I am of the opinion that 15 is the best while 6 and 14 have little rewatch value.
Between television, video game, and live show production I can see how Matt and Trey's creative talents are being strained. Between all of those jobs how are they supposed to enjoy the money that they are making?
There is no reason for them to cancel the show. Either hire some new people so they don't have to carry as much of the load producing South Park or put the show on hold for a year or two.
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