Still, I have to say I found the ""Stanley's Cup"" episode very disappointing. It just didn't seem to have any point to it, and was very light on laughs. It was just a very straightforward, simple story. It wasn't very funny, it didn't make any real point, it wasn't ironic or a parody or anything... just kind of pointless.
Also the Cartoon Wars episodes but that's not the creators fault but Comedy Central for their pathetic wuss-out censorship.
Other than the gaurd(s) fisting a mayo jar...That was the only portion of demented genious in the whole episode, the rest just seemed a bit mailed in.
Though, I am pretty sure it was one of those episodes the writers did to confuse the fans. Or rather something like "lets have an episode that has a normal plot and storyline, but instead of a happy ending, lets just have it end horribly wrong."
First of all, it was pretty depressing and had a storyline you would see in almost any sports movie. But I can see the humor when south park fans are expecting many lol's only to get really depressed.
Actually... that's pretty f*cking awesome.
Uh... I didn't really like Cat Orgy I guess. That was pretty lame. I did like how it tied in to the other episodes about the meteor shower though.
Wow. I really just put that much contemplation into this post.
R.I.P Chef for realz this time
( chef joined the sith so why don't you?)
R.I.P Billy Bonka
And Britney's New Look too...that was just...weird and disturbing. lol
Oh, and Stanley's Cup too...that was just depressing as hell.
kfgg wrote:Pip: Snore
Scott Tenorman Must Die: Nauseating.
Also, I didn't like Chicken Pox.
Edit: Fun with Veal had a good message, but it wasn't executed well.
Needless to say, it was disappointing.
the return of chef
redhot catholic love
also i didn't care for cartoon wars.
btw stanleys cup is underated likewise pip
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