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by synapticjunction
Sat Apr 19, 2008 4:14 am
Forum: Spoilers/New Episode Discussion
Topic: *1206: Over Logging* Post-Air Discussion
Replies: 199
Views: 68056

Re: *1206: Over Logging* Post-Air Discussion

South Park seems to be running a lot more pop-culture parodies/references more in the style of Family Guy - the stereotypic "pop-culture reference" show. I suppose this is one inevitability of running a show for as long as South Park has been on, with material and story-lines being "b...
by synapticjunction
Mon Mar 31, 2008 12:04 am
Forum: Spoilers/New Episode Discussion
Topic: *1203: Major Boobage* Post-Air Discussion
Replies: 342
Views: 123490

Re: *1203: Major Boobage* Post-Air Discussion

So what gender is Eric's cat? I was under the impression that the cat was female (despite the name "Mr. Kitty"). In episode 304 ("Cat Orgy"), Ms. Cartman refers to the cat in the female sense, i.e. "she's in heat" and is clearly a female throughout the third season epis...
by synapticjunction
Sun Apr 09, 2006 5:37 am
Forum: Character Discussion
Topic: The Official Kyle Discussion Thread
Replies: 8015
Views: 823058

I get the sense that Kyle is the sane counterpart to Cartman, getting the abuse but still maintaining his cool. Cartman is emotionally disturbed and internally distraught; he is certainly not a happy child by any standard. Stan and Kyle have each other; Kenny is poor and has his own problems; but Ca...
by synapticjunction
Sun Apr 09, 2006 5:22 am
Forum: Spoilers/New Episode Discussion
Topic: *1003: Cartoon Wars*
Replies: 363
Views: 94516

Comparing South Park to Family Guy is like comparing apples to oranges; one is centered around four 8 eight year old boys in South Park Colorado, while the other is a slightly more off-the-wall family centered comedy set in Rhode Island, which necessarily changes the structure of the plot and the na...

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