I only started watching this show last year so I can't even participate in my own discussion.
Fave ep: ESM Season 12,Sec fave: Butterballs Season 16
Proud Broflovski/Marsh shipper...both of them. XD
I only got digital cable recently so I've fallen back into watching it regularly and I think it's one of the few shows that has gotten consistently better over the years as opposed to some shows that peak and then start to fade away from their former glory.
While I think the early seasons still have their charm, I think much of the newer material is a lot stronger and funnier and I'm amazed at how the show has evolved, grown, and reinvented itself from where it started.
So, no, I haven't watched this show from the very beginning because we did not receive cable at the house, but yes, I have seen every episode many, many times.
I remember that story you told me when I was a child
But I thought that you told me you not only had to walk 10 miles to watch South Park on an uphill climb. It was also uphill both ways -- going from your house to watch South Park and also coming home again. All uphill !
I remember. Thanks for reminding me. You did have it tough.
btw, I thought that you told me that your TV was a Packard-Bell 9 inch, not a 13 inch. Maybe it was a Zenith TV. I forgot what you told me. I was too young. Wasn't it a 9 inch black and white TV? And remote weren't invented yet - you had to actually get up off the couch to change the channels and to adjust the volume, turn it on and off, and control the brightness, contrast, and horizontal hold. i remember your stories.
Postal_Dude wrote:That's right it was 20 miles uphill both ways through a 8 foot blizzard, and Old Man McCullough never liked us walking past his place so he always let his coyotes loose after us, and all we had to defend ourselves with was a stale loaf of french bread. And it was a five inch tv and it had a coat hanger covered with aluminum foil for a antenna, and you had to stand by the tv and hold the hanger foil antenna in one hand for the picture to come in clearly. And that's the way it was and we liked it.
Luxury. We used to have to get out of the lake at six o'clock in the morning, clean the lake, eat a handful of 'ot gravel, work twenty hour day at mill for tuppence a month, come home, and Dad would thrash us to sleep with a broken bottle, if we were lucky!
.......& Yep watched the show from the beginning.
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