*1203: Major Boobage* Post-Air Discussion

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Re: *1203: Major Boobage* Post-Air Discussion

Postby -Wildchild- » Fri Mar 28, 2008 4:46 pm

So far it's the best episode from 12th season. Is Cartman's cat male or female?
In the episode Cat Orgy it was a female, if I'm not mistaken...
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Postby shuggles » Fri Mar 28, 2008 6:00 pm

I loved the new episode.

Finally, we get something with Kenny c:
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Postby KennyKicksAss » Fri Mar 28, 2008 6:05 pm

Gotta say how much I loved this episode! So glad they finally did something with Kenny. It was so funny seeing him tripping! And the thing with Cartman and the cats was cute. This is definately one of my fave episodes now. I'd give it 10/10!
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Postby nomed4947 » Fri Mar 28, 2008 7:03 pm

definitly in my top 10 all time favorites

the cartman/anne frank thing was hillarious, especially when kyle asks if he see any paralells in history haha

i've never seen 'heavy metal' but those scenes were great
and the King, what can i say, in 50 years i'm going to seriously confuse people by quoting him when i'm senile

as for the cat,, hell maybe its a hermaphrodite like ms. Cartman
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Postby michidush » Fri Mar 28, 2008 7:19 pm

The atmosphere in the Kenny`s trip is briliant!! So many clichees of heavy metal`s music comercialism were ridiculised in a fantastic way. The make up of Mrs Brauflawsky at Mr Brauflawsky`s spech is also brilliant ! It prooves the maniac detail labor and the passion for their work of the
creators. Briliant! I don`t know why but always the "tripping" episodes in South Park were amaising ...remember the Cancelled episode...or Mr Makey`s trip one...hahahaaa
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Postby thedorkone » Fri Mar 28, 2008 7:44 pm

After reading this forum it seems that a lot of people don't see the possibly best part of this episode. I think we all know Cartman is antisemitic as could be and once even tried to exterminate the jews, like during the holocaust. Cartman takes Mr. Kitty to the attic he tells (him/her) to write a diary, a link to the holocaust victim Anne Frank who wrote a (very famous) diary while hiding. Another funny resemblance is that Anne called her diary 'Kitty'. Cartman hides the other cats in a way Oscar Shindler hid jews during the holocaust. When Kyle asks Cartman why he is hiding the cats Cartman answers 'they are innocent victims of this. They have to hide or they will be put to death, something you just don't understand'. And as we all know Kyle is a jew. In the end of the episode Cartman says that it is wrong to prosecute somebody and makes them hide. And still he doesn't see any resemblance between his acts and the holocaust...

Really really great episode! Great relief after the start of season 12.
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Postby polymorph » Fri Mar 28, 2008 8:12 pm

thedorkone wrote:After reading this forum it seems that a lot of people don't see the possibly best part of this episode. I think we all know Cartman is antisemitic as could be and once even tried to exterminate the jews, like during the holocaust. Cartman takes Mr. Kitty to the attic he tells (him/her) to write a diary, a link to the holocaust victim Anne Frank who wrote a (very famous) diary while hiding. Another funny resemblance is that Anne called her diary 'Kitty'. Cartman hides the other cats in a way Oscar Shindler hid jews during the holocaust. When Kyle asks Cartman why he is hiding the cats Cartman answers 'they are innocent victims of this. They have to hide or they will be put to death, something you just don't understand'. And as we all know Kyle is a jew. In the end of the episode Cartman says that it is wrong to prosecute somebody and makes them hide. And still he doesn't see any resemblance between his acts and the holocaust...

Really really great episode! Great relief after the start of season 12.

I personally thought that was the best part. Chalk full of irony, also great how Cartman values the well being of cats above the well being of humans (even to a small extent himself, I mean having all those cats was clearly incovinent for him.) Definenty the nicest thing Cartman has done in a long while.

Gerald with his advanced apparatus was pretty great as well and the fact that Kenny, Gerald and that small coment from Randy having the exact same trip was pretty hilarius. All and all best episode so far this season.(The boobs kinda got out of hand though.)
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Re: *1203: Major Boobage* Post-Air Discussion

Postby CartmanMills » Fri Mar 28, 2008 8:25 pm

After reading this forum it seems that a lot of people don't see the possibly best part of this episode. I think we all know Cartman is antisemitic as could be and once even tried to exterminate the jews, like during the holocaust. Cartman takes Mr. Kitty to the attic he tells (him/her) to write a diary, a link to the holocaust victim Anne Frank who wrote a (very famous) diary while hiding. Another funny resemblance is that Anne called her diary 'Kitty'. Cartman hides the other cats in a way Oscar Shindler hid jews during the holocaust. When Kyle asks Cartman why he is hiding the cats Cartman answers 'they are innocent victims of this. They have to hide or they will be put to death, something you just don't understand'. And as we all know Kyle is a jew. In the end of the episode Cartman says that it is wrong to prosecute somebody and makes them hide. And still he doesn't see any resemblance between his acts and the holocaust...


No offence? But we know, already. It doesn't need explaining to me. I loved the 'diary' quip and felt it was the only thing that made me laugh during that entire episode.

For me - it doesn't matter if a cartoon has a message or not, it's the comedy. You can be the smartest, message filled cartoon of all time and still bomb at humour which, in my opinion, is what happening right now. Messages but no humour which sticks - just throwaday 'Britney waaaaatch' and 'I'm HIV Positive' and 'He's super wasted'. I'm tired of people tell me "but you don't understand, the message..." when I hardly give two sh*ts - if it doesn't make me laugh, it's not good. If it does, I like it.
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Postby Indigo Rose » Fri Mar 28, 2008 8:41 pm

The best episode of this new season in my humble opinion. I though Cartman was going to turn the cats in for cash or rent them to druggies, but I'm happy to see he has a soft spot and no (animated) cats were harmed.
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Postby gtaca2005 » Fri Mar 28, 2008 8:43 pm

The end was a parody of the Spittzer thing, wasn't it?
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Postby Indigo Rose » Fri Mar 28, 2008 9:04 pm

I'm not sure, sorry.

The end was pretty funny though.
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Postby Big-Will » Fri Mar 28, 2008 9:13 pm

gtaca2005 wrote:The end was a parody of the Spittzer thing, wasn't it?

Yep.
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Re: *1203: Major Boobage* Post-Air Discussion

Postby superiorsavior » Fri Mar 28, 2008 10:14 pm

Heavy Metal; I just have to see that movie dudes!

If it has anywhere near as much boob-spear on tit-spike action, or as many mutant ostrich monsters, it must be the trippiest film in history, more than worthy enough of the tit-trophy.

Cartman Mills wrote:For me - it doesn't matter if a cartoon has a message or not, it's the comedy. You can be the smartest, message filled cartoon of all time and still bomb at humour which, in my opinion, is what happening right now.

All right except for the show injecting more message in now than it used to. The messages have, if anything, quietened down of late; when was the last "you know, I learned something today" speach (admittedly this episode had the synonomous "I'm glad that's all over with" spiel). Found the humour in Britney, and to a far greater extent B00bage, to be beyond the laughter concealing limmit. LOL funny, litterally at points.

Though I wouldn't put it in my top ten episodes, that says more for the quality of older episodes than this. I LOVED the return of side plots and usage of adult charactars other than Garrison and Randy Marsh.

Glad to see Cartman's soft spot for Mr. Kitty has been re-examined. Remember his defence to the death from earlier seasons? If the FEDS try to take away Mr. Kitty, I'll throw a grenade so far down their asses it'll blow their nutsack up to their mouths, ain't that right, little Mr. Kitty? Nicest thing he's done since Jackovasaurus, but still doesn't make him look good, as he's REALLY saying the Jews are worse than cats in his sick worldview.

Butters recent decision to 'get physical' with the other kids is starting to get pretty hillariously now. Way to puss him out farther, and still keep the cute :)
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Postby ARTfan » Fri Mar 28, 2008 10:48 pm

Best episode of Season 12 so far. TT was okay, but BNL was actually worse than MLF.

Here's hoping that the rest of Season 12 is just as enticing as a pair of A.R.T. :twisted:
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Re: *1203: Major Boobage* Post-Air Discussion

Postby BRMBug » Fri Mar 28, 2008 11:47 pm

Once again, I don't have time to go back and read everything, but just wanted to say that when Gerald was holding his press conference, I was laughing my ass off. Not so much at him, but at Sheila, and the whole parody of Whoreie Mcasspounder, or what ever his name is up there in NY. I'm also starting to think that there may have been one or two too many boobs in this episode. They took it just [] this far the side of too many. :lol:

After watching the Kenny's Trip clip... I want a flying jet propelled Trans Am. :( (pre '77 tho.) And a chick with 42FFF's to nuzzle my head in between.

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