Overall the ep was funny, and didn't have that "pound the issue" feel to it. It was more classic than the other Season 9 eps, which made it good. Only problem is that I have no idea what the point of the episode is. It seemed flat or something. If someone could explain, that would be great. 8.5/10 should be fit for this one. Save the whales mother f*cker.
airmancoop44 wrote:Only problem is that I have no idea what the point of the episode is. It seemed flat or something. If someone could explain, that would be great. 8.5/10 should be fit for this one. Save the whales mother f*cker.
The point to this and every episode of South Park is: to make you laugh.
TAKE ME TO THE CHURCH OF THE A. L. F. . . .
TAKE ME TO THE CHURCH OF THE A. L. F. ! ! !
[Ancients of Jambu]
A.L.F. Is Gonna Rock You!
A-L-F uh-huh uh-huh
[beep boop, boop beep]
I love you guys . . . (aw, screw you guys.)
Raven166 wrote:I think that is why they sent him to the moon at the end of the episode, because in real life they might as well have.
But still, darnit... that poor cartoon whale! ;_; Poor Willzyx!
I just cursed them all at the end of this episode. I said, "Oh damn you, damn you. That was just wrong. Damn you." I mean, I still found it funny, but ... omg, that was mean. LoL. So terribly delightfully mean.
My favorite parts were..
Kyle: "This may sound a little strange, but the whale at the Denver Sea Park is going to die, unless we get it to the moon.." Butters: "OKAY! Let's do it!!!"
Wladimir Putin: "Kiss my ass, George Bush! This is not funny!"
Cartman: "I feel pretty awesome right now."
The sketch is also hilarious, but why Stan and Kyle have squint and Kenny look like an Eskimo? Anybody ever seen a blond Eskimo?
Shtaad, boded but shtaad ©
nice one matt n trey!
i've been trying to find a good copy of the composite sketch online but so far i've been unsuccessful. the only link i've found with the sketch on it is:
if anyone find's a clearer sketch, please let me know.
I enjoy an episode that reminds me that the South Park kids are just that: kids. They don't have to get involved in politics or "adult issues" to have a funny episode.
What was Tweek's line? I missed it the first time around.
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