They just seem too heavily reliant on PC shock and gross-out. Scott Tenorman Must Die worked very well relying on these elements, because it went to such an extreme degree, was highly unpredictable, and didn't hinge on anything sexual (which has been done to death in any one of a million rubbish teen movies). These two episodes have just been cringe-inducing and crude.
But yeah. Was a funny episode!
I wonder if M&T are a little bi-curious themselves.... x)
I guess the boys being naive is kind of a thing of the past, but when they actually are clueless, it's even funnier since they know better. It's just fewer and farther between.
I actully did like Stan and Kyle's moments in the episode, despite how limited they really were. Their voices when they were playing Living cracked me up compared to Cartman's.
Also, yeah, something I'm pretty sure I didn't mention last night: I'm loving the return of two plotlines so far. They've been off to a great start with this, and it'd be nice to see that throughout the rest of the run (unless they come up with a pretty good storyline that can dominate a whole episode - just no more two-parters, please).
strumpfhose wrote:iceiwynd wrote:Everybody's a little bi-curious.
Everybody's a little bi-curious. Some more than others....... I'm not saying it in a bad way. I'm only like 60% straight myself, actually.
Definitely. Everyone's a little bi-curious. I fought most of my teenage years trying to come to terms with if I was gay or straight. I decided in the end I am a greedy bisexual. And if anyone dares to say they've never had a single gay thought, it's a total lie. It's like saying you've never masturbated. Of course you f*cking have, you'd just never admit it for fear of being judged.
I thought this episode just affirms how I feel about sexuality and religion. Personally, I don't believe in a god or follow any organised religion so this is easy for me to say; if people weren't meant to be gay, why would anyone's "god" create people to have gay feelings? Plus, I know it says in religious scripts that you shouldn't lay with a member of your own sex, but who wrote them? Since gods are intangible, they didn't physically write them, it's just the result of any homophobic fanatic nut who claims their god speaks to them. For all we know, god might live in a pink house with a massive Barbie collection and has Judy Garland perform every night in his ornament infested garden while sipping martinis.
I loved the way Matt and Trey handled Butters' situation at gay camp. And I also loved that Butters is still so naive that he was clueless as to why he was there. So sweet!
Shut_Up_Stan_ wrote:Hot Fudge Monday !!!!! Best episode ever !!!!
Overall this episode is so funny I couldn't stop laughing, and series classic !!!
Um, we just saw the episode, we don't need to be reminded about what we just saw.
- the flamboyant "converted" adult pastor. "Got in my little suit..." haha.
- Cartman's "artistic" descriptions of his pictures and what they represent. Perfect cliches.
- the Pray Gay Awayers who killed themselves. It seemed to me almost a tribute to the poor kids who thought they were irreversibly damaged, which was strangely touching (no pun intended).
- I also liked that the Pray the Gay Away leaders were honestly upset about the kids who killed themselves. It just goes to show that the road to Hell is paved with good intentions and horrible premises.
albino.black.sheep wrote:And if anyone dares to say they've never had a single gay thought, it's a total lie.
WRONG. I never have had a gay sexual thought. It's not a total lie and I HATE it when my gay/bi/trans friends (and straight friends too) try to convince me otherwise. I know what turns me on thank you very much. And it's not other women. I even tried to have a female sexual fantasy because too many retarded friends made those "omg EVERYONE does" comments and I had to stop after a couple seconds because it just was not turning on anything and was mildly distasteful to me.
Women are very lovely looking sure, but I've never looked at a woman with boobs and thought lustful lesbian thoughts. Just doesn't do it for me. Never has. Give me one or two men together any day of the week.
That being said, Matt and Trey should just get it over with and have sex already. Then maybe teh gay will loose it's appeal.
Spacefille wrote:I even tried to have a female sexual fantasy because too many retarded friends made those "omg EVERYONE does" comments and I had to stop after a couple seconds because it just was not turning on anything and was mildly distasteful to me.
Dude, why were you forcing yourself to? That is just as bad as the arseholes in this episode who were trying to force the kids to be straight.
Sexuality is not something you can force.
EDIT: No one said a gay thought has to turn you on. You can just think about something (another woman's boobs), wonder about it and then be done with it. That is a gay thought. And you said you tried to have a female fantasy, that is your gay thought, so you have had one.
albino.black.sheep wrote:Dude, why were you forcing yourself to? That is just as bad as the arseholes in this episode who were trying to force the kids to be straight.
Sexuality is not something you can force.
Well I had to check to see if they were right or not. :/ They weren't.
Edit : And always the next comment after I say I don't is "have you TRIED??" So I tried.
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