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Postby kfgg » Sat Oct 21, 2006 11:53 pm

Even when the show gets serious they always have something going on at the same time making it funny as f*ck.

This episode being Cartman's Dog The Bounty Hunter parody and last week being Mr. Macky going on about the different names for turds.
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Postby iceiwynd » Sun Oct 22, 2006 12:01 am

Good for you. I like to acknowledge other aspects of the show rather than thrusting its genre straight on it and judging it by that, but whatever. You're in it for the laughs, I'm in it for good storytelling and good characters. Whatever.

Yes, just as the boys can make a point and be mature about it. Both can happen, and as the show matures over time, as its creators mature, so will the characters. Oh well.
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Postby Total_Beefcake » Sun Oct 22, 2006 12:09 am

This episode surprised me BIG TIME. I had no idea that it would be Ike.

Of course, my know-it-all sister convinced herself that she already knew from "various clues" on the previews. o.0

The 'Dawg' parody was hilarious, and I'm totally Cartman/Beth crazy now. LOL.

Overall, this was probably the second best episode in this half of the season.
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Postby Faithbound » Sun Oct 22, 2006 5:36 am

I just gotta say the two Dog video parts were f*ckin hilarious. On the second one when He says" I got two badass gus to help me, I gave them fifteen bucks! You think you can get away without a hall pass!" I cry laughing.
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Postby KennyStanWendyFan » Sun Oct 22, 2006 4:33 pm

The way I see it: the characters may not have aged physically over the years (they've aged one year since the show began and that's it), they've continued aging mentally since the beginning. Ten years ago, they were 8 years old and they had the mentalities of 8-year-olds. Ten years later, they're 9 years old, but they have the mentalities of 18-year-olds. It doesn't really bug me how they act older than they really are though; it's kinda funny how the adults are retarded and the kids are a lot smarter than them, except in episodes like Chinpokomon and Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society, in which the adults are able to offer their wisdom to the kids.
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Postby Rebecca_Cutswald » Sun Oct 22, 2006 5:46 pm

Something interesting I noticed about Mrs. Stevenson...

She had her gender working both for and against her. As a woman none of the men in charge really cared that she had had an "affair" with a student, but then none of them really seemed to care that her uncle had made her kiss her twin sister and taken pictures of it either. :roll: If it had been two boys told to kiss eachother for pictures by an uncle, then the AA guy probably would have said "OMG THAT SICK BASTARD!"

Edit: This is really true. Young girls are taken advantage of by adult men far more often than adult men take advantage of boys or women take advantage of boys. But people don't care about that. It's just so "normal" it doesn't make headlines.

A good example would be Girls Gone Wild, which has been sued multiple times for video of under age girls' exposing their breasts. Some of the girls were even said to be as young as Jr. High School. (That's younger than the boys Foley was messing with!) And yet.. you hardly hear about it and the group is back on TV in no time. Double standard? Yesmmm.
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Postby SPF4L#1 » Sun Oct 22, 2006 11:31 pm

This was the second episode in the season to let me down greatly. It was based around an EXCELLENT episode idea, but I just found the finish product to be stupider than it needed to be.

A Million Little Fibers - that was genius. The first five minutes were hilarious. But then the episode degenerated into revloving around a talking minge, that wasn't even remotely funny after the first few times.

Now this one. The idea of the teach fancying Ike was hilarious, but the other way around...that just wasn't Ike. Too far to be funny I'd say.
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Postby kenny789420 » Mon Oct 23, 2006 12:28 am

i thought it was hilarious
Cartman's bitch looked hilarious to me and was a great rip on the show dog the bounty hunter
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Postby Binsento » Mon Oct 23, 2006 4:33 am

"You think you can get away with not having a hall pass? Think again!"
That line really cracked me up, as well as Butters' little song in the toilet. I forgot how it goes..
And "That lady's wearing a scarfe on her head huh!" was also a nice touch.
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Postby MarkusFarkus » Mon Oct 23, 2006 4:44 am

Rebecca_Cutswald wrote:A good example would be Girls Gone Wild, which has been sued multiple times for video of under age girls' exposing their breasts. Some of the girls were even said to be as young as Jr. High School. (That's younger than the boys Foley was messing with!) And yet.. you hardly hear about it and the group is back on TV in no time. Double standard? Yesmmm.

Interesting. Do you have a source for this information? I never heard anything about that. I was under the impression that the girls had to get signed releases and provide proof that they are 18 or over. Were these kids using fake IDs? That's terrible, if these cases are being under-reported.

Not that I own any of those videos. But if I did, my favorite would be "Girls Gone Wild!: Caught on the Crapper!"
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Postby Rebecca_Cutswald » Mon Oct 23, 2006 5:10 am

Here is the first link I found on google:
http://www.culturekitchen.com/liza/blog ... _in_jail_f
There are a lot of stories on it. Try the search words "Girls Gone Wild" and "News" and "Child Pornonography"

An LA Times story is still available online:
http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/ne ... -headlines

The NY Times covered it but only briefly and took their story down. You can buy it here: http://select.nytimes.com/gst/abstract. ... 94DE404482

The truth is, it's happened at least twice now and each time the story has just died and nobody cares.

According to Girls Gone Wild policy, no contracts are signed and no IDs are checked. The Girls Gone Wild producers are claiming the girls "lied about their age". This excuse isn't supposed to hold up in court but so far none of these men have gone to prison. Yes, legally I also thought that porn required a signed contract. Apparently not anymore? They can afford to pay off the substantial fines because pedophiles keep buying their movies.

Oh and it helps the the Judge is on their side:

Francis pleaded not guilty to all charges. After a judge last month suppressed all the evidence, saying it was illegally obtained, Dyer said he would seek to have the case dismissed. He said Tuesday's agreement would have no bearing on the state criminal case in Panama City.

I'm unable to find the story on the Jr. High girls (If it's true) This was what I was hearing when it first happened.

And furthermore, the producers full heartedly admit that many of the girls or "women" are intoxicated when they "consent". Once again, shouldn't this be illegal?

This relates to Miss Stevensons saying she was video taped kissing her twin sister and the AA guys reply of "Niiiceee" It relates. XDD
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Postby BRMBug » Mon Oct 23, 2006 6:11 am

Is it wrong that I'm listening to Peaches while reading this thread?
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Postby missycartman » Mon Oct 23, 2006 7:08 pm

loved it :D
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Postby ugogo_uswimswim » Tue Oct 24, 2006 5:07 am

I'm not sure if this was already said, but I thought it was really cool that Cartman was actually doing something that wasn't motavated by some selfish plot (Maybe just because he had athouritay, but I don't think that was selfish). It was kind of like the episode were Cartman is trying to get rid of the hippies. I've always thought that if Cartman weren't so self centered, he would be the big brother of the group, protecting his friends and always looking out for them. It was really refreshing to see Cartman just tryinig to save the day! And I LOVED the look, it worked for him!
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Postby RAppel » Tue Oct 24, 2006 2:30 pm

Is it just me or does this EP get better every time you watch it?

The best part in this EP, in my opinion, was when they said "nice". Had me rolling on the floor that's for sure. :)
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