And Steve Irwin jokes? Sure, Aussies/NZers find them to be tasteless. He was apparantly their hero. Why - escapes most of the rest of the world. That's why we laugh, and you are shocked.
I'm an NZer, and Steve Irwin jokes crack me up to no end, same with everyone I know, including australians. I saw his show a lot when I was a kid, I liked it enough.
But yeah, everyone makes horribly tasteless Steve Irwin jokes around here. So I dunno why that person didn't find them funny, but it's not because they're from NZ =P
and I agree with you so much @___@
so so true, srsly, I love you!Stop whining. Start laughing!
and I liked this episode, I dunno, there's not much I don't laugh at.
The folks who are bitching about this episode should be tied up and forced to watch the MIGHTY DUCKS with their eyes pried open ala CLOCKWORK ORANGE. It was hilarious to see the little kids take on the Red Wings and get creamed. And yeah, it was funny to watch the kid die moaning "No hope, no hope" in a really Poe-esque manner. Brilliant.
Lastly, I love Steve Irwin, and I think the jokes South Park's done about him are quite funny. I loved it when he showed up at Satan's party only to get bounced because he wasn't in costume, and I thought the two tonight were funny too. Laughing at this sort of tragedy is just one way to deal with it. Making fun of it is another.
Frankly, to paraphrase a Canadian minister, I can't believe that this sort of episode would piss anyone off so much. Really, you critics sounds more and more like Mrs. Broflovski with every post you make. Grow up, sit back, laugh, or change the channel.
The Steve Irwin jokes, i thought it was obvious that Matt and Trey put these in deliberately because of all the idiotic press that was caused from the Hallowe'en episode.
Personally i thought the episode was great, and Randy was on top form as usual.
And you know, when the guys were younger, they could do 16, 17 eps in a row no problem. But, time has taken a real toll. I mean, they're nearly in their 80s, they can barely get by without 3 - 4 naps an hour.
I keed becauss I luff.
/NOTE: I do not however have any problems with "the part where the red wings start killing the kids" as stated in other thread related to this particular episode. Anyways, my only "complaint" is that it's not a "typical" episode in terms of what I mentioned in the first paragraph above.
regards all, shirker
/edited: fixed a minor spelling mistake; well, a redundant BBCode to be precise
CartmansCuzzin wrote:I agree with what mostly everyone is saying on this post but at the same time the episode wasn't as bad as it's being blown up to be. Well okay, if we're comparing it to the most recent eps aired so far than yea, it's a tragedy but let's admit, there was no conclusion to it what so ever...it just seem like they ran out of ink to me or like someone else
stated,maybe they put the responsiblity on somebody else to complete the season. The ending was "TERRIBLE" yes and I guess that's what made the whole episode trashy and also the announcer homosexual annoyed the fvck outta me after awhile but the thing I'm trying to figure out is why would that be the decided final episode of the season? I believed the Go God Go
series should've definitely ended out the 10th season but hey...while all of us are on here complaining about the mistake M&T made, they are still wealthy as all hell and on top of that they are still going to gain VERY high ratings by us viewers. Let's be foreal for a sec...the "Stanley's Cup" episode was oh so fvcking dry because it was without the spark of the whole entire show...Cartman. I'm not too upset about the last episode being a disappointment, I'm more hurt at the fact that I gotta wait til' March to have something decent to watch on TV besides sports. I don't know, maybe M&T will bless us with a Xmas episode to make up for 1014 but I doubt it. And another thing, the last episode of the 9th Season wasn't all that great either folks. Don't get me wrong, Stan is one of the greatest characters ever put together in animation history but to keep ending seasons with his dull problems and not including Cartman in at least a snippet of it is meaningless. So on that note, I guess I'll be patiently waiting for season 11 to premiere (wish I had a choice).
Your telling me after two two-parters with him as one of the stars wasn't enough for you?
1001. The Return of Chef!
1002. Smug Alert
Had his own little role with saving Kyle
1003. Cartoon Wars
1004. Cartoon Wars, Part II
The star of both(along with, yes AGAIN, Kyle)
1005. A Million Little Fibers
The star, nothing more.
1008. Make Love, Not Warcraft
"you just got pwned"
1009. The Mystery of the Urinal Deuce
1010. Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy
Dog the Bounty Hunter
1011. Hell on Earth 2006
1012. Go God Go
1013. Go God Go, Part XII
Virtually no other returning characters aside from Kyle and Butters.
1014. Stanley's Cup
It would seem the only episodes he DOSEN"T have the major role(aside from return of chef) are episodes where another person is the lead. This is eight episodes, more then half of the whole season. Must be a supporter of the Eric Cartman show huh?
"Whats your name?"
"What's in a name?"
Kyle and Rebecca.
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