I haven't really seen a lot of the episodes from season ten so I can't really give any opinion on that.
MS: That's not a bad f*cking fear, I must say.
TP: They're going to freak out and try it again.
cady888 wrote:but this new season is just not doing it for me....
LoL, it's just the fact that this guy is slapping himself with Peanut Butter and a handfull of Quarters
fattass12 wrote:i think the marigage has affected south park. it is more political now. but if it gets too political not to be funny well that would suck
How does marriage effect your politicial beliefs?
This season so far is probably one of my favourites (apart from the notable exception of A Million Little Fibers, which I thought was one of the worst episodes ever).
So no, I don't think Trey's marriage has had any real effect on the show, she's no Yoko Ono.
Mr. Mackey: "Oh you think that's funny, huh? Well let me assure you there is nothing funny about going up to a nice clean, unsuspecting urinal, M'kay, dropping your pants and then turning around, squatting over that urinal, M'kay, maybe, maybe, pulling your butt cheeks apart with your hands, M'kay, and then laying out a big fudge dragon for all the world to see."
The show's been getting more and more mature since it aired. Whether or not you like the direction its going in depends on your own taste in humour. He might be maturing I suppose, but then again, there's still been a lot of toilet humour in this season!
I totally agree with that.
In my opinion some of the BEST episodes have been in season 10 so far. Just think of Cartoon wars or Tssst...
And by the way: if someone really IS a genius, he can´t "lose" it. Either you are or you are not.
Maybe they are more political now than some years ago. But that´s not because Trey´s married. They are just getting older- which sometimes means being interested in different subjects and issues.
If the show hadn´t changed over the years, nobody would be watching it anymore- it probably would have been cancelled, because no one wants to see the same old stuff all the time.
Like Adorno said before: besides all the "mature" and political stuff, SP still has a lot of episodes where it´s just funny to watch.
For starters, South Park only really became great when they realised that Cartman was the best character. In my opinion, it became truly great the moment that Eric mimics Aliens in Cat Orgy (Series 3). "Mostly, they come at night.....mostly". And then repeats this throughout the episode. I still think this is one of the funniest things I have ever seen.
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