Just read Comedy Central's schedule.
Wednesday Oct 08 2008
South Park TBD (1208) TV-MA
The Sarah Silverman Program High, It's Sarah (213) TV-14
... That IS disappointing. D: I mean, no offense to anyone who might like her but... I don't. IMHO, I'd rather just see a bonus SP episode afterward. xD
"South Park" – New Episodes
Wednesday, October 8 at 10:00 p.m.
Last time around, "South Park" gave viewers AIDS, mice with penises attached, Canadians on strike, half of Britney Spears's head, porn-addicted adults and a way to "Cheese Your F-cking brains out!" Now that Cartman and Kyle are cured, Kenny is clean and Stan's dad is, um, satisfied, see what's in store for the boys of South Park in the much anticipated season premiere! Viewers won't want to miss a single new episode. COMEDY CENTRAL's not just sure of it: they're HIV positive.
... All I got was how they said 'season premiere' rather than 'half-season' or whatnot. Other than that, I think I already expected what they've been saying.
No, IMO they are doing fine taking the best ideas and shrinking them to 22 minutes
Big-Will wrote:Disappointing in that the episode will not be an hour long. It'll just be the regular half hour. We're all expecting it to be excellent nonetheless.
Actually I was referring to the other post but... nevermind. XD
I'm a bit disappointed about the episode not being an hour long but... still. I'm going to keep a positive feeling about this. I won't give my hopes up, but I'll be sure to not automatically assume of it being a complete disappointment.
Sounds like there was a simple typo from CC that had everyone perked up about an hour long episode. But that was never the case.
Whatever. Still looking forward to season 12.5.
You read it! You can't unread it!
And why was the typo first seen in the Canadian e-mail reply? It makes parafinalia look bad.
Fave ep: ESM Season 12,Sec fave: Butterballs Season 16
Also, while I loved the humor in every episode from season 12 so far, I can't help but feel that Matt and Trey will really step it up with the writing in the second half of the season. Season 11 was completely brilliant and I don't think Matt and Trey can ever top themselves after that season, but some of the episodes from season 12 are missing one big thing that made season 11 great. That thing is a great subplot. "Tonsil Trouble", "Britney's New Look", "Canada on Strike", and "Over Logging" are the episodes I'm talking about. They were all great and amazingly funny, but the plots just seemed a little thin. I'm feeling optimistic about the 2nd half of season 12 because of how great "Super Fun Time" was, though.
I'm definitely looking forward to the new run.
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Mr. Hat_DX27 wrote:I'm not sure if they should just cut it out with the multi-parter gimmick.
Who said anything about a multi-parter?
And they cut out the "hour-long" part a while ago.
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