*1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

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Re: *1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

Postby Indigo Rose » Tue Oct 23, 2007 2:16 am

ShaneHaughey wrote:Cartman is more of a pussy than Kyle. And he's far gayer than Kyle.

I repeat the quote in your signature!
"Now Kyle, don't fly too close to the sun, or it'll burn your wings, an- and you'll crash into the ocean!"

(Awkward silence)

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Re: *1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

Postby M00ndragon69 » Tue Oct 23, 2007 2:18 am

That's pretty awesome if you ask me.

I know I'll be watching this week's new episode...

:mrgreen:[/quote]


Oh I will be too, with my roommates the minute I get home from work.[/quote]

Of course, you can't forget the 50+ people from my school...all of them rabid South Park fans, too.

:twisted:

You have to watch it to keep up with full-fledged class discussions, especially in AP English class. We sit around and talk about South Park and Prison Break in that class...what fun.[/quote]


LOL..Naughty naughty...LOL..Hanging out and talking about South Park when you are suppost to be working on whatever you are doing in English..LOL.I feel kind of old saying this, but I remember doing the same thing when I was in highschool, but South Park wasn't on Comedy Central yet..But my friends and I did hang out and talk about Beavis and Butthead when we were suppost to be studying..LOL..
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Re: *1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

Postby Indigo Rose » Tue Oct 23, 2007 2:21 am

M00ndragon69 wrote:That's pretty awesome if you ask me.

I know I'll be watching this week's new episode...

:mrgreen:



Oh I will be too, with my roommates the minute I get home from work.[/quote]

Of course, you can't forget the 50+ people from my school...all of them rabid South Park fans, too.

:twisted:

You have to watch it to keep up with full-fledged class discussions, especially in AP English class. We sit around and talk about South Park and Prison Break in that class...what fun.[/quote]


LOL..Naughty naughty...LOL..Hanging out and talking about South Park when you are suppost to be working on whatever you are doing in English..LOL.I feel kind of old saying this, but I remember doing the same thing when I was in highschool, but South Park wasn't on Comedy Central yet..But my friends and I did hang out and talk about Beavis and Butthead when we were suppost to be studying..LOL..[/quote]
I'm pretty much the only one in the entire building who watches South Park, so it's always a struggle to get to the TV first. (I've found one TV so far that gets Comedy Central.)
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Re: *1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

Postby DevilAngel16 » Tue Oct 23, 2007 2:31 am

Yay, I'm so excited to see part II! After reading everyone's posts and learning that this trilogy was originally intended to be a movie, I've just been getting more and more eager to see how parts II and III will play out.

BRMBug wrote:Lol, I just realized that Cartman's standing in Amber waves of Grain, and Purple Mountan's majesty.


Haha, you're right. XD

What's up with that picture, anyway? It looks like Cartman is in his own little fantasy world or some sh*t. I dunno.

Oh, and I liked the preview clip. XD
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Re: *1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

Postby Edduyasha » Tue Oct 23, 2007 2:59 am

Indigo Rose wrote:
M00ndragon69 wrote:LOL..Naughty naughty...LOL..Hanging out and talking about South Park when you are suppost to be working on whatever you are doing in English..LOL.I feel kind of old saying this, but I remember doing the same thing when I was in highschool, but South Park wasn't on Comedy Central yet..But my friends and I did hang out and talk about Beavis and Butthead when we were suppost to be studying..LOL..

I'm pretty much the only one in the entire building who watches South Park, so it's always a struggle to get to the TV first. (I've found one TV so far that gets Comedy Central.)


Good luck with the TV situation you've got there... As for English class, the teacher said she's not giving out any homework this week, so all the better to sit around and debate about what the heck's behind The Wall and if Kyle will end up having to fulfill his...end of the contract.

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Re: *1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

Postby ShaneHaughey » Tue Oct 23, 2007 5:24 am

M00ndragon69 wrote:
Billistic wrote:
ShaneHaughey wrote:I'm with you on Ann Coulter, but not Bill.:P I like him, mostly because I watch his show and actually know what he believes. Which makes me different than most people who criticize him, because many don't even watch or read the transcripts, and if they do, it's usually pre-packaged from Youtube or selected video made from audio clips. In other words, innaccurate. I challenge people to watch his show or read his books before doing anything and doing so with an open mind- same thing I do with Franken and Moore.


Aw that's cute. Thing is, Bill doesn't believe anything he says, he just says what he's paid to say. Do you think everything he says is off the top of his head?

The problem is these kinds of people debate hot button issues while ignoring the real problems.

How can we live in a world where communication is cheaper than it's ever been and we still have admin fees? What the f*ck is that?


Well, I have only seen Bill O Reiley's show once..I ran across an interview he did with Marilyn Manson on Youtube. From what I remember it didn't seem like he was really listening to Manson's explanations about what kind of ideas are behind his art, he was just repeating over and over some crap about what if Manson's music influence kids to do the wrong things. Basically the crap O Reily's target audience wants to hear. He came off as a dick, and if someone comes on his show, even someone like Manson who most of O Reily's fans know nothing about and consider evil because of ignorant rumors is the person being interviewed, it is just common courteousy to at least really listen to what they say whether you agree or not.

Wow, last week's episode was the most watched television show on Wednesday night? That is pretty f*cking good. And I bet even more people will be wanting to watch the second part this week..Unfortunately, I will be working on Wednesday night so I can't watch it when it first airs, but


That's partially my point though; one interview, one youtube clip, one slashed over transcript, and people just go, "Well, he is blah blah blah."

Do I disagree with him about 30%-40% of the time? Yes, usually about stuff involving music, television, and games. But, when it comes to things that matter, I do agree with him. Not only that, but after listning to him, my views were slimmed down. Before I listened to him, I was a, "Kick the illegals out, all of them, close the border, then allow them back in legally." person. After listening to him more or less nuke that position for a few years, I changed to a, "It's illogical to kick them out, so give the ones here a path to citizenship, increase security on the border, and only deport those who fail to start the path to citizenship within three months." person, which is a far more logical position.

I would go into more, but talking politics and talking heads is a bore.:P
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Re: *1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

Postby M00ndragon69 » Tue Oct 23, 2007 5:35 am

Well, one never gets a second chance to make a first impression.Maybe alot of people who aren't exactly O Reiley fans only saw one interview, but depending on their tastes, maybe that was enough to turn them off. I personally don't care what his opinions are on anything, and in general I like to stay away from the kind of media he and others like him create..It tends to get people WAY too angry and sometimes hateful against the people those shows speak out against. People can be way too hateful and angry about politics, I know first hand from having lived with someone who lets those things make him too angry. It really is sickening..I will just stick to cartoons and horror thank you very much.
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Re: *1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

Postby chicken in a helicopter » Tue Oct 23, 2007 11:18 am

Its obvious that Kyle is going to get out of sucking Cartmans balls some how... but if he does have to do it I will be laughing so hard!!!!!!!
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Re: *1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

Postby cherrywolfchan » Tue Oct 23, 2007 12:55 pm

New to the forums, anyways...

I loved the first part of Imaginationland. I just hope the second part will live up to it.

Though I really don't mind the fact that Kenny is being left out, maybe while Stan and Kyle are stuck in the Pentagon, Kenny and Jimmy will get a visit from someone escaping from Imaginationland? So maybe they'll get screen time.

I kind of hope that Kyle sucks Cartman's balls, for lulz.
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Re: *1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

Postby KyleFan! » Tue Oct 23, 2007 3:15 pm

Really looking forward to the next part of Imaginationland.

In the real world surely any contracts put together by minors are null and void because you need to be an adult to enter into a contract...?

But that would be a boring outcome. I'm sure Kyle will get out of it somehow but Its gonna be a close call thing where he only gets out of it in the very last second.

Can't wait for Wednesday!!
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Re: *1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

Postby McCormick Fan » Tue Oct 23, 2007 6:58 pm

nall wrote:IMAGINATIONS ARE RUNNING WILD IN AN ALL-NEW "SOUTH PARK"
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24 AT 10:00 P.M.* ON COMEDY CENTRAL®


"Imaginationland" (Part I) Was The Most Watched Program In All Of Television
Among Men 18-24 And 18-34 And Ranked #1 In Cable Among Persons 18-49


NEW YORK, October 22, 2007 -- Stan and Kyle are being held in the bowels of the Pentagon until they tell the government how they got into Imaginationland in an all-new episode of "South Park" titled, "Imaginationland: Episode II," premiering on Wednesday, October 24 at 10:00 p.m. on COMEDY CENTRAL. Last week's episode, "Imaginationland" drew over 3.4 million total viewers and was the most watched program in all of television for Wednesday night among Men 18-24 and 18-34 and ranked #1 in cable among Persons 18-49.

Last week in Part I, terrorists launched an attack on Imaginationland and this week our imaginations are spinning out of control. The government needs to find a way into Imaginationland and Stan and Kyle are the only two people known to have been there. Meanwhile, Cartman can't rest until Kyle fulfills his side of the court-ordered agreement to suck his balls.

Launched in 1997, "South Park," now in its 11th season, remains the highest-rated series on COMEDY CENTRAL. "South Park" repeats Wednesdays at 12:00 a.m., Thursdays at 10:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m. and Sundays at 10:00 p.m., 11:30 p.m. and 3:00 a.m.

Trey Parker and Matt Stone are co-creators and executive producers of the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning "South Park" with Anne Garefino as executive producer. "South Park's" Web site is http://www.southparkstudios.com.


(Phew) 3.4 million viewers? Most of me looks foward to Part 2. =)

(Offtopic) That picture on the front page is really starting to annoy me. =S
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Re: *1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

Postby M00ndragon69 » Tue Oct 23, 2007 7:30 pm

chicken in a helicopter wrote:Its obvious that Kyle is going to get out of sucking Cartmans balls some how... but if he does have to do it I will be laughing so hard!!!!!!!


Yeah, I kind of think Kyle is going to get out of it too. But that is ok..I am more interested in what direction the part of the story that takes place in Imagination Land is going to take.
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Re: *1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

Postby Billistic » Tue Oct 23, 2007 7:54 pm

ShaneHaughey wrote:That's partially my point though; one interview, one youtube clip, one slashed over transcript, and people just go, "Well, he is blah blah blah."

Do I disagree with him about 30%-40% of the time? Yes, usually about stuff involving music, television, and games. But, when it comes to things that matter, I do agree with him. Not only that, but after listning to him, my views were slimmed down. Before I listened to him, I was a, "Kick the illegals out, all of them, close the border, then allow them back in legally." person. After listening to him more or less nuke that position for a few years, I changed to a, "It's illogical to kick them out, so give the ones here a path to citizenship, increase security on the border, and only deport those who fail to start the path to citizenship within three months." person, which is a far more logical position.

I would go into more, but talking politics and talking heads is a bore.:P


Dude, he doesn't have an opinion, he's just reading a f*cking teleprompter. Here's an example:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7G2XN08iPg

You're not agreeing with him, you're agreeing with the company that pays the writers to write what the prompter says.

It's not the only case in society where this happens, do you think Chris Rock writes all his own material? Do you think Richard Pryor did?

The point is, you can't listen or base you opinion on any of these guys. The media like most things these days is a product of convenience. The media's job is to prepackage opinions for you so that you don't have to sit and think of the facts yourself, all you have to do is sit infront of the tv, see what Bill says and say "I agree".

People need to stop agreeing with things they see and start needing to boil things down to simple matters. Instead of agreeing with bill on how immigration should be handled get down to the core of why there's an immigration problem? Instead of agreeing or disagreeing with Bill, do neither and look in to it yourself.
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Re: *1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

Postby M00ndragon69 » Tue Oct 23, 2007 8:13 pm

It is important to think for yourself, if you care about some political issue, do the research on both sides of the issue for yourself. Don't just swallow what one person like Bill says. I think what Billistic said about his opinions not being his own but those of the corporation who employs him makes sense.Of course companies like that don't want the general public thinking for themselves, they have too much to loose. And besides, usually on those kind of talk shows the way issues are talked about is in a very one sided manner.No important political issues is just black and white.

This is honestly what I was not liking about the more political episodes of South Park in the last couple seasons. Not only did they seem to be lacking all the elements of South Park I love, but they seemed alot like the propaganda Bill spews. If I wanted that, we would have Fox News on the cable in this house.
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Re: *1111: Imaginationland Episode II*

Postby BigBroflovskiFan » Tue Oct 23, 2007 8:53 pm

It's really incredible how successful part 1 was. I can see why - that was some classic South Park right there.

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