Nah, I'm indifferent about fart jokes. I don't think they have the make-or-break ability that people think they do. But why am I discussing that anyway?
So yeah, this episode wasn't bad. I'd say it's about Season 8 quality.
P.S..revlismae can piss off..
Yah, nice points there, personally I would really enjoy an episode based around how crappy bus services seem to be these days.
(overblown in M&T's comedic style of course)
Well, at least this episode wasn't [ie0]too [/ie0]drastic.
uncle bob wrote:...trust me it is hard to have a good episode when Cartman and Butters are secondary, they can pull it off sometimes...
That's just one of the most inane comments ever.
It's not the Cartman show, it's South Park.
Remember, back in the day, when they kind of... you know... started, with a completely different Cartman that didn't have such a significant role in a lot of the episodes...
You can't tell me those episodes weren't great, episodes like Big Gay Al's Boatride, Death, Damien, Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls, Summer Sucks, Cow Days, Sexual Harassment Panda and way, way more.
Those episodes were hilarious and did not have Butters and had Cartman as one of the four or a secondary character.
They can make an episode with Cartman and Butters as secondary characters that's still funny.
I liked this episode, for some reason it wasn't as surreal to me as the previous one and nearly all of the previous season.
I just loved it and I especially loved Ike's part in it.
I R IN UR FUTUER PLYAING UR WII.
Yay. Craig and Token had lines. ^__^ I'm happier about them having lines that Clyde, because he's been getting a lot more attention now. Where was Kenny, though?
Butters as replacement Jew was pretty good. And Cartman was great throughout the whole thing. Loved his role and his get up. And George Clooney, oh man George Clooney. Was anybody else hoping for a Sparky appearance when he was mentioned?
Gerald was absolutely hilarious in the beginning, I found, but I didn't like all of the smug people sniffing their own waste up. That... I didn't like that part. There's me not liking gross humour again. Other than that, though, everybody going crazy and smuglike was pretty funny. It's great that Kyle got a good word in at the end. Two for two so far! I love that kid, he's getting more attention now, and not in a negative light like in 901.
Seriously, though. Ike. Best part. Whole thing.
And Stan is the greatest song writer in the world. At least it's catchy. XDD
I'll probably come back to debate/provide more insight/etc when I'm actually allowed on the computer agian. If my parents found me discussing this I probably wouldn't be allowed to stay on later on Wednesday nights to discuss. :< So I'll be less of a gibbering giggly fangirl in the morning. (Probably not, but hey, at least I've gotten the initial squee out of the way. :P) I'll have a chance to actually read other thoughts in the morning.
Awesome to see South Park destroyed again, though. That hasn't happened in a while.
iceiwynd wrote:And Stan is the greatest song writer in the world. At least it's catchy. XDD
"Come on people now, smile on your brother everybody get together try to love one another right now"
-The Youngbloods (hippie song for sure)
Here's an MP3 of Stan's song. Its too good to not post.
http://s51.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=1YKW ... OF0QXTKDSA
Olivia42 wrote:iceiwynd wrote: And George Clooney, oh man George Clooney. Was anybody else hoping for a Sparky appearance when he was mentioned?
I'd completely forgotten that Clooney was a big supporter of SP. Thanks for reminding me. I wonder if he's still a fan...
I wonder that myself...I don't know crap about his Oscar speech, and I don't care..I like some of him movies..Mostly From Dusk Til Dawn..
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