Adritch: These were the episodes last season that dealt with poltics, a social issue, or a current event.
1- Smug Alert
2- Cartoon Wars I
3- Cartoon Wars II
4- Million Little Fibers
6- Mystery of the Urinal Deuce
7- Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy
8- Go, God, Go! I
9- Go, God, Go! II
Hell, even these episodes dealt with some sort of current thing:
1- Return of Chef
*The Hayes Issue*
2- Hell On Earth 2006!
*Send-up of a current MTV show.*
The only episodes that weren't current event heavy were
Make Love, Not Warcraft
Hell, even Tsst! and Make Love, Not Warcraft will lose their luster a few years from now when that dog whisperer is no one and the World of Warcraft is replaced by some other game.
I also detest the fact that you assume those that like the older seasons automatically like fart jokes and don't like satire. Guess what seasons are included in the "old" seasons? Seasons five and six. They were the best seasons because the satire was present, but you weren't slammed over the head with it. The satire now and the politics of the show are starting to become the point of the show. It's less a comedy show now. The well-done jokes of season five and six have been replaced by quick jokes to satisfy base needs while the meat of the show is an issue. Look at My Future Self 'N Me. Good social episode. But, there was a large amount of jokes that made the episode excellently funny. You could completely disagree with the politics of the show and still like it. Now let's say you like George Clooney and believe that we need to be more supportive of environmental causes. That episode makes you feel like sh*t because it puts ALL liberals in the same boat. The jokes now aren't as good. Cartman walking through the streets of San Fran acting as though the city itself is going to do him in is funny for one second. After that, it's just filler.
I love comparing the backrounds old and new.
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