long time ago.. dont now.. it was 1998? 1999? something like that i think..
PS: I would really agree, if they will bring back CHEF.. its okay if some other "singer" or just guy with a dark-bright voice would speak him.. but hey.. i just miss
cmon.. where is chef.. i mean.. you can reanimate him.. seriously!
A friend loaned me a copy of BLU recorded from HBO and I loved it even more than the eps I'd seen. (That tape also had the second Austin Powers movie I recall). I remember I 'forgot' to bring it to school to return it to my friend just so I could watch it one more time.
Once I got to college, I could now watch CC and see new episodes. That was the back half of season 5. In '02 I now had my own computer and fast internet and soon discovered that I could download episodes. That's when I transitioned from "viewer" to "fanboy". I started reading SPS during season 7, I think, to get the lowdown on upcoming episodes and finally joined the forum between season 8 and 9.
You read it! You can't unread it!
AxayPaulene wrote:Don't we all?Niels0827 wrote:But he (RideTheLightning)wanted Kensuke's hot man chowder.
Then one day I walked in on one of my big brothers watching what I thought was a strange cartoon. I asked him what it was and he replied, but having just turned 12 I was pretty much over cartoons at that point.
In 2003'ish, maybe 2004, Friends had ended leaving me w nothing to watch on tv anymore. Out of the blue I decided to rent BaseKetball to see how good it was, (I was to be at my dad's that weekend, so I would've been painfully bored) and just fell for M&T's personalities, I then started watching SP full on as well as being the proper age to watch Team America at the cinema, finally.
I finally caught up watching every re-run (irritating my parents, especially my mom who hates anything the slightest bit inappropriate) I possibly could & buying DVD's when I was able. I'm glad I started watching bc it defines my life perfectly than anything else I've ever watched.
I actually worked at a movie theater when Bigger, Longer, and Uncut was released on the big screen. I remember hearing one of my coworkers talking about how South Park was better than Beavis and Butthead. Unfortunately it took me 10+ years to figure that out for myself. Thanks to this website I've been able to go back and watch all of the episodes that I missed during their initial run.
But after watching the Mr. Hanky christmas episode (while baked) Iwas hooked!
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