*1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

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*1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

Postby nall » Wed Oct 09, 2013 7:47 pm

Airing shortly on Comedy Central
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Re: *1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

Postby KennyStanWendyFan » Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:30 pm

Eh, that kinda... sucked. I'm glad Token didn't actually die though. Cartman was more annoying than funny in this episode.

4/10... it had some funny moments.
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Re: *1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

Postby Grievous George » Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:36 pm

3/10. Loved that Zimmerman died, but wanted nothing more than for Token to straighten out Cartman. Effin dbag
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Re: *1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

Postby francisjairam121 » Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:38 pm

Meh....

This episode is really not that great. Cartman was faking it all the time. I am not sure what the hell Matt and Trey were thinking. Cartman almost got killed and he almost killed Token. I am not sure how I feel about this episode. It feels like so wrong. Its not good to be racist against another person because the color of their skin. The only part I liked was when George Zimmerman got killed by the electric chair in a funny way So overall this episode was (sigh) a little okay.
4.5/10
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Re: *1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

Postby Noog09 » Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:39 pm

Wow uh. I'm usually one of the people who is hopelessly optimistic about this show but that was just kinda stupid.

The fact that everyone had Cartmans voice was funny, and they remembered that Jimbo loves guns. Missed opportunity to not have Nes speak. His last line was in season 5!

The Beautiful Day song was hilarious, but besides this.. Nothing.

I miss the episodes about the four boys. No conspiracies, stories that reference current events, not pop culture with some story.


2/5 optimistically.
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Re: *1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

Postby nwt000 » Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:42 pm

6.4/10
Kind of a dud episode, just glad no one who mattered died, although they pulled that trick where they tried to convince us a recurring character had died for the second week in a row. I guess a couple things that were funny were the dream sequences and the execution of George Zimmerman. One thing to note is that Cartman more than likely caused the three deadliest plane crashes in the United States since American Airlines Flight 587 on November 12th, 2001, had've they been real. One other odd observation I made is how the hell did Lorraine (that ugly girl who was bullied in Butterballs) end up taking Jenny Simons' spot in the cheerleading squad? In conclusion, I thought this episode fell flat compared to the first two.
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Re: *1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

Postby francisjairam121 » Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:48 pm

nwt000 wrote:6.4/10
Kind of a dud episode, just glad no one who mattered died, although they pulled that trick where they tried to convince us a recurring character had died for the second week in a row. I guess a couple things that were funny were the dream sequences and the execution of George Zimmerman. One thing to note is that Cartman more than likely caused the three deadliest plane crashes in the United States since American Airlines Flight 587 on November 12th, 2001, had've they been real. One other odd observation I made is how the hell did Lorraine (that ugly girl who was bullied in Butterballs) end up taking Jenny Simons' spot in the cheerleading squad? In conclusion, I thought this episode fell flat compared to the first two.





Yeah I say that last weeks episode was better than this.
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Re: *1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

Postby nwt000 » Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:50 pm

francisjairam121 wrote:
nwt000 wrote:6.4/10
Kind of a dud episode, just glad no one who mattered died, although they pulled that trick where they tried to convince us a recurring character had died for the second week in a row. I guess a couple things that were funny were the dream sequences and the execution of George Zimmerman. One thing to note is that Cartman more than likely caused the three deadliest plane crashes in the United States since American Airlines Flight 587 on November 12th, 2001, had've they been real. One other odd observation I made is how the hell did Lorraine (that ugly girl who was bullied in Butterballs) end up taking Jenny Simons' spot in the cheerleading squad? In conclusion, I thought this episode fell flat compared to the first two.





Yeah I say that last weeks episode was better than this.

Even Let Go, Let Gov was a tad better than this week's junk.
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Re: *1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

Postby myngos211 » Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:51 pm

1/10 - Okay, why try to relate the WWZ movie (never seen, fuk zombie movies and fuk Pitt) and the Zimmerman trial?

It may have started out like a good idea but...wtf? That's a gorge not worth traversing.

Matt, Trey, where were you during it's production?

After watching this episode, I feel like digging up my beloved cat and punching it and you know, I really loved Punchy-Puss-Puss too.
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Re: *1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

Postby KennyStanWendyFan » Wed Oct 09, 2013 9:14 pm

Positives about this episode:
+George Zimmerman getting fried (repeatedly)
+Cartman telling Mr. Mackey, "I'll be m'kay."
+Nicole's brief cameo and the nod from Matt and Trey that she and Token are still together

Not much else that I can think of.
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Re: *1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

Postby BRMBug » Wed Oct 09, 2013 9:24 pm

Kay, so DVR to the rescue again. (cat sitting duties were in play tonight)
Greatest thing to come from act 1 was Cartman rapping with Butters beatboxing. I haven't laughed that hard at a 'Park gag in forever. (I didn't see WWZ, I only know of it by the previews.)

Gah! Jimbo and Ned! Woo! Aww, I thought we were heading for another "He's comin' right for me!" moment.
Another plane crash? wtf.

I laughed at Zimmerman getting fried. Otherwise, uhh... y-yeah.

Well, this one was okay. I didn't hate it, but it wasn't my most favorite ever.
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Re: *1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

Postby gurl » Wed Oct 09, 2013 9:55 pm

I was hoping they would do a Zimmerman episode but I was hoping they would take in a totally different angle, like the usually do, and nod to the overuse of the term "racim" and "racial profiling." I'm surprised and disappointed. Trey is usually so great turning things on their head when they need to be.
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Re: *1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

Postby jjj21 » Wed Oct 09, 2013 9:59 pm

I thought this episode was great. If anything kills the magic of South Park, it will be your negative attitudes.
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Re: *1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

Postby kfgg » Wed Oct 09, 2013 10:00 pm

There was some laughs here, but it seemed rushed. Major lack of focus. Jamming too much into a short period of time. What it really did was remind me of how much I cannot stand Michael Bublé.
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Re: *1703: World War Zimmerman* Post-Air Discussion

Postby KennyStanWendyFan » Wed Oct 09, 2013 10:09 pm

BRMBug wrote:Greatest thing to come from act 1 was Cartman rapping with Butters beatboxing.

Oh yeah, I forgot about that part. Butters beatboxing was pretty great.

And yeah, I'm glad Trey remembered that Jimbo owns a gun shop, but the lack of dialogue from Ned is indeed a disappointment.
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