lychee_fruit wrote:KennyStanWendyFan wrote:What was that on Wendy's shirt? Did anyone get a good look? It seemed like it was a pony shooting a beam from its mouth at another pony. My screen's kinda fuzzy on the upper channels, so I couldn't see quite clearly.
It was like a pony shooting a lazor at a rainbow, or something along those lines.
it was a preview of Wendy's Animality.
Funny, but still about the plot. So simple, and like Scott Tennorman Must Die, it just flies above so many other episodes because of it.
I love it when the characters get to feel like the characters and not pawns to the plot. Thats what this felt like. God it rocked!
"I have muscular distrophy.... my mother has muscular distrophy..." I laughed so f*cking hard!
EVERYTHING about it rocked. Great way to interpret breast cancer too...
Nothing else to say. BUILD EPISODES AROUND CHARACTERS AND CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT MORE! THATS WHAT WE CARE ABOUT!
Favourite of this run for sure. Then Major Boobage and Canada On Strike.
(Lol I know usually we sound like we have no idea what we want, but I'm pretty damn sure about that want. Hope we aren't all assh*les)
That said it was great to see a lot of c-level characters like Wendy, Craig, Jimmy, Ike, & The Goth Kids. If we can balance the show to being the four boys as the stars again & more use of c-level characters then the show I think would be back to the glory years (season 1-8).
The only problem with the episode was Cartman crapping on Garrison's desk, I hate when they do that, The big reason why I hate Red Hot Catholic Love.
Story: Good. It happened all within a relatively short timespan and worked in a believable way. There are no glaring issues and it was paced well. Not one scene was filler or a waste. It combined a meta issue with a character conflict extremely well, and made use of characters in good ways. Scenes were constructed well. Solid all around.
Jokes: Good and actually plentiful. Cartman's constant wannabe attitude and postures helped lighten scenes that otherwise would have served as pure plot advancement. You didn't have long stretches with no laughter.
Characters: Superb, with the exception of Stan who seemed a little bit too aloof. Wendy was used very, very well and Cartman was done in with aplomb.
I could go on, but I'll just say this:
10/10, second best episode of the season after #1207.
If you can read this then you are...
a. Too close to the screen
b. Have super eye sight
c. Have really bad eye sight
d. A loser who needs to get a life
Sorry for the inconvenience, back with you shortly.
that has to be one of the funniest, best episodes i've yet to see on South Park. Christ!!! that was an amazing episode and now i love Cartman even more now!! boo for wendy... omg that episode was so creative and all about Eric's panic attack attempts to try and avoid the fight were so hilarious!! GENIUS!
and lastly... YESSSSS!! the Goth Kids are back!!!!!
lmao "Did that kid just call us emo?"
Of course, some of the lame Kyle-sympathizers who would be just fine with the girls winning every sledding competition and letting the town get overrun with hippies might need to see Cartman get his comeuppance once in a while, and that played out well in Cartmanland, and even to an extent in Imaginationland. But seriously, now the ultimate antagonist, whose evil awesomeness knows no bounds is getting emasculated by girls. Terrible. Just God-awful.I cried at the end of “Christmas in Canada,” I vomited all throughout “Cartman Sucks,” but this time…well, remember Kenny’s dad in that NAMBLA episode?
How can anyone ever take Cartman seriously again? Honestly. Who are we supposed to look to now for pure evil? Crab People?!
So far, this had become the number 1 episode in my list. Good use of characters in the history, and yes, the last scene where Cartman frezee is from the last fight in Snatch.
Also, Butters looking at Wendy like saying 'Oh god i love her' was really funny. And the part when Cartman begin his speech of other thinking on him like a cool guy, i couldnt stop laughing at that.
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