The end of “Put it Down”

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The end of “Put it Down”

Postby Hannafechik98 » Fri Oct 06, 2017 1:03 am

Okay, for days, I have been wanting to just let out what I though of the ending of episode 2 of season 21. First off, that song, was a lot more than I thought it was. It was unnecessary in my opinion. I think, in ways of “educating”, Tweek and Craig could have just made an important and thoughtful speech to their fellow students and to the rest of the town. On a side note, I wouldn’t have minded seeing them doing a duet together, like Heidi and Cartman in “Douche And a Danish”. The song “Put it Down”, just seemed rather unfitting, admitting the fact this is a serious issue that should discussed in just words, not lyrics and melody. You understand what I’m getting at?
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Re: The end of “Put it Down”

Postby mario88 » Fri Oct 06, 2017 7:48 am

it was by far the best part of the episode.
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Re: The end of “Put it Down”

Postby Hannafechik98 » Fri Oct 06, 2017 12:53 pm

No, you see, that's kind of contradicting what i'm saying, I'm expressing my most honest opinion, that I felt the song was unnecessary.
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Re: The end of “Put it Down”

Postby mario88 » Fri Oct 06, 2017 6:43 pm

it's what makes the episode brilliant. i really don't understand your point. however, the way i see it, there wasn't absolutely anything "unnecessary".
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Re: The end of “Put it Down”

Postby Big-Will » Fri Oct 06, 2017 7:20 pm

Hannafechik98 wrote:
Fri Oct 06, 2017 1:03 am
It was unnecessary in my opinion. I think, in ways of “educating”
I don't know... when you have the President of the United States tweeting about you and using you as a substitute for the country as a whole, I think you'd want something grander than a speech to just your fellow classmates, their parents, and the school faculty.
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Re: The end of “Put it Down”

Postby SouthAl93 » Fri Oct 06, 2017 8:54 pm

Big-Will wrote:
Fri Oct 06, 2017 7:20 pm
Hannafechik98 wrote:
Fri Oct 06, 2017 1:03 am
It was unnecessary in my opinion. I think, in ways of “educating”
I don't know... when you have the President of the United States tweeting about you and using you as a substitute for the country as a whole, I think you'd want something grander than a speech to just your fellow classmates, their parents, and the school faculty.
Don't forget that the president in South Park is someone who's NOT a billionaire who owns a bunch of hotels, casinos, and country clubs; wasn't married four times, has no kids, and is 30 years younger than our current real life president. That's why Mr. Garrison must go back to being Mr. Garrison right now because he's not Mr. Garrison at the moment.
South Park is way funnier than Family Guy.
Also Mr. Garrison and Donald Trump are two SEPARATE people with completely different career backgrounds.
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Re: The end of “Put it Down”

Postby Hannafechik98 » Fri Oct 06, 2017 10:24 pm

After seeing the video, I found it rather uncomfortable. How could they do that? Don't you think a song should be for non-serious purposes and be very uplifting? Wouldn't a duet have been enough?
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Re: The end of “Put it Down”

Postby JamesPolo » Fri Oct 06, 2017 11:04 pm

I thought the song was amazing and fun. I loved it. I'm not bothered that the show joked on people deaths as statistics. It didn't all fit the best though. Like, Craig was suppose to have learned to feel for Tweek and be a comforter to him as a lesson. Also, people learned that texting and using your phone, causes accidents, is addictive, and removes people from healthy relationships. It was a big joke on Trump too, which was funning, as the Left kept repeating "put it down" and other sayings about Trumps tweetings.
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Re: The end of “Put it Down”

Postby Hannafechik98 » Fri Oct 06, 2017 11:36 pm

But it made me feel tense , rather than amused, a joke or not. Have you ever gotten this weird feeling that hits you in the gut rather than the stomach? That's what I felt inside.
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Re: The end of “Put it Down”

Postby JamesPolo » Sat Oct 07, 2017 4:45 am

Hannafechik98 wrote:
Fri Oct 06, 2017 11:36 pm
But it made me feel tense , rather than amused, a joke or not. Have you ever gotten this weird feeling that hits you in the gut rather than the stomach? That's what I felt inside.
I really loved the child choir, I did that at school from like 4th grade to 5th grade as like all the kids did it. It made me think of Peanuts too with the head bobbing. I'm sorry it made you tense. It was a stance that our President is making errors that lead to negative outcomes and we know he will not change. I can see how that may bother you but you really shouldn't expect much to change overnight. The change will be gradual and you will be able to adjust to it. Isn't the gut and stomach the same thing? I don't know what feelings you feel, sorry.
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Re: The end of “Put it Down”

Postby Hannafechik98 » Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:42 pm

Thank you. The fact is, I always thought choir music was “overused” weather in a school or a congregation. The “Peanuts” is something different, cause that’s family oriented, and South Park isn’t. But, now that we have moved onto “The Holiday Special”, the feeling has gone. (PS: I do not and never will support Trump.) I thought it was very funny when Kenny had his voice disguised over the phone and speek8ng in that low distorted voice. Plus, the question is, why were the boys wearing those animal masks? Was it part of the plan they had?
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Re: The end of “Put it Down”

Postby JamesPolo » Sat Oct 07, 2017 3:17 pm

I think the kids wearing masks was like when the founding fathers dumped all that tea in a harbor and dressed up as Indians to pass blame. That and like a cop movie or TV show, where the bad guys wears weird masks to rob a bank.
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Re: The end of “Put it Down”

Postby Hannafechik98 » Sat Oct 07, 2017 3:48 pm

Wouldn't it be great to see Tweek and Craig do a duet together?
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Re: The end of “Put it Down”

Postby SouthAl93 » Sat Oct 07, 2017 8:45 pm

I really did enjoyed the "Put It Down" song too. But seriously, the Garrison acting like Trump deal needs to stop.
South Park is way funnier than Family Guy.
Also Mr. Garrison and Donald Trump are two SEPARATE people with completely different career backgrounds.
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Re: The end of “Put it Down”

Postby Hannafechik98 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:59 pm

You know that feeling when you have just seen something absolutely abnormal or surprising, and you get this feeling in your gut that isn’t exactly pain, but an unusual feeling. It could be stress, excitement, or nervousness. I was actually feeling what Tweek was feeling. But that’s clearly how I reacted to the song. It’s just the fact that with the whole town joining in the song it made it seem like it’s actually some special resonating, that some people just can’t stand. (I’m against that harmonizing) People just react to things differently. But still, the only real part of that scene I liked was Tweek and Craig holding hands.

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