The fact that the terrorist shot a care bear in the head was just....it was funny but sad at the same time. You just don't shoot a care bear like that. lol
I wonder what the bad creations are gonna be?
Oh and before I forget...the characterizations of the directors was spot on.
I bet that atleast 5 of you posted atleast 20 comments.
I hate it because now I have to read all 300 of them. So I guess that make me a loser.
Next week (maybe next 2 weeks), should be awesome.
I could be wrong, but I don't rememeber ever seeing a trilogy in south park? Their obviously have been many sequels, to be continued's.
Last week's was good (I enjoyed it because I f*cking hate that hypocrite Bonio... sorry, O Nob... sh*t, Bono), but this is really a good episode. At least it has something to do with the kids being kids i.e. using their imaginations. Shame Kenny's not in it, but I'm glad it's not an entire Cartman plot. I'm getting really sick of that kid.
Anyway, a 9/10. If not more, depending on where the subsequent episode(s) are going with this.
albino.black.sheep wrote:Aw! Poor Toroto! How did he get dragged into all of this?!
I know!!! But when I saw Totoro, I was so happy that he was actually there!! South Park just sky-rocketed through my respect list. Seriouslah.
And yeah ... I can't make my signature pic work anymore! D: My avatar doesn't even work either.
Jay C wrote:Awesome. Just awesome. Most definitely one of the best episodes of the season so far [along with D'Yikes and Le Petit Tourette]. Everything seemed so alive, and it was so much fun spotting random cameo characters in crowds and stuff [I positively squeaked when I seen Totoro, f*ck. Where did he come from? XD]. The Saving Private Ryan sequence was the best part of the whole damn thing, considering how perfectly they got it. Ronald McDonald picking his arm up had me lol'ing for like, a whole minute because of how utterly bizarre it was, and I totally never seen it coming.
That song though.... that f*cking song. SHUT THE f*ck UP, FAT MAN*.
9/10 - Will watch again and again and again
* - We need that fat guy to start singing that song again, only for Sam Jackson to yell that line, ala Pulp Fiction. I'll cream my f*cking pants.
Also; Cyberdemons. One needs to come from behind that wall, seriously.
Ahaha, I'm glad I wasn't the only one who squeaked when Totoro came on. XD Although my squeak was more like a flail-squeeeee-diiie action. :3
And the Imagination Song? I love it. At first, it was hilarious. Then it got gay. But when Kyle yelled at the gay mayor dude, it became funny again. Lmao. Oh, gawd. I mean, I totally knew the song was going to go on for a ridiculous amount of time. (It's frickin' South Park!!) But still, I was caught off-guard. Haha.
I wonder what the bad creations are gonna be?
barbara streisand ??
Fecking funny ep .
oooh yeah , how f*cked up will this be if Matt N trey don't continue this ep
I'm a little worried that I find myself kinda rooting for Cartman... 90% of me thinks it will be too f*cked up, even for this show, to have Cartman get his way. But that little part of me...
Earlier in this thread I said this sounded like a Wonder Showzen episode, and not only was I right, but the episode had a variation on the "Imagination Song" at the end of the WS ep "Imagination." Last week I thought I saw that Vernon Chatman (co-creator of Wonder Showzen) was back being one of the Consultants, so I guess he let Trey use the song as an homage.
I think the Wonder Showzen version was funnier, but I was still pumped to see a cross-over of my two favorite shows. Speaking of which, here's hoping for an Imaginationland background cameo by Chauncey Darlington Butler!
Quite a heady subject they're tackling. It'll be very difficult to say something that won't sound corny about the dangers of letting fear govern the free man's imagination but if anyone can do it, it's Team South Park!
I didn't watch the background characters close enough, but let's hope somewhere within this story arc we get to see a Moogle. That'd be a nice hat-tip to my favorite game series. Kupo!
As for what's behind the wall, maybe it's werewolves... from the future!
eat_stan wrote:And the Imagination Song? I love it. At first, it was hilarious. Then it got gay. But when Kyle yelled at the gay mayor dude, it became funny again. Lmao. Oh, gawd. I mean, I totally knew the song was going to go on for a ridiculous amount of time. (It's frickin' South Park!!) But still, I was caught off-guard. Haha.
Haha I know! I died when Kyle started yelling. "ARE YOU GONNA TAKE US SOMEWHERE?!?" XD
I kept laughing at this ep during school today, lol, so freakin funny!
the ball sucking is a tad bit on the creepy side - its an adult cartoon - but think about this...just the idea of us thinking about two 8 year old boys engaging in oral sex is disgusting and somewhat borders on the thin line of pedophilia - it's one thing to say it in a derogatory "Suck my balls, f*ck you" kind of way but...the actual act
anywayz - just thought I'd say that
but this was another hit of hits, home run if you will this season
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