and cartman was right for once in his life when he said "Butters, you've gotta learn to chill. Life goes by pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, and do whatever you want all the time, you could miss it"
although the whatever you want all the time was kind of wrong lol
Anyway, the moral and message of Super Fun Time have always been enigmas to me. Though less memorable than other seasons, they still haven't sunk any lower than A Million Little Fibers. In fact, Super Fun Time is a pretty good episode that I'll need to watch countless times before I get anything out of it. 698/1000
I actually think it would be funny to do an entire episode from the viewpoint of Craig and his group of friends, where it plays out like every other South Park episode but just out of the blue it focuses on them as the main characters. Not only would that be funny and random, but it would give great opportunities to show of the characters more.
But back to the episode, this was a great episode. Probably best of season 12 so far and one of the recent ones that I can watch lots of times and not get tired of. I'd say the funniest parts took place in the Pioneer Village part of the story. I liked how they poked fun at people who rob insignifigant places where the monetary reward is insignifigant compared to the threat of getting arrested. I also liked when the robber at the end went into that "I learned something" speech, because it was completely irrelevant to what he did wrong. I hate to overanalaze the joke, but I just really thought it was funny taht he was saying he learned something about how life was hard in the 1800's yet he robbed a Burger King and killed people and didn't learn anything from THAT.
Well, it's only my opinion, I don't want to start an argument with anyone...
Because there are no others
You are all I need
You're all I need
I'm in the middle your picture
Lying in the reeds
Many of the background characters have had a focus on them already in previous episodes, and if wee focused on them more, they wouldn't be background characters.
The whole Butters / Cartman deal was funny. esp at the end with the bus.
GIVING INTO AN EXTREMIST SHOWS WEAKNESS, AND OPENS A DOOR TO FAILURE THIS WILL NOT APPEASE THEIR THREATS.
sp150 wrote:Godammit, they didn't kill Kenny!
Seriously, they even acknowledged the chance and passed it up!
I liked it otherwise, especially the Stan/Wendy bits, and I really like the new assertive Butters. The show is really going back to it's starting place. I mean, think about it. This episode could probably be swapped back into Season 3 and you could barely notice except for the advanced animation, Butters and Kenny not dying.
Seriously tho, why didn't they kill Kenny?
I seriously hope this gets some kind of 'Deleted Scene' with Kenny dying, like "The List"'s ending.
And is it just me or did Jimmy have 1 line?
I think they put that in to irritate us. I was watching it with my cousin (first time watcher) and I was like, see the guy in the orange top, thats Kenny, and they generally kill him each episode.... hmm maybe not. I actually thought the fact that they refrained from killing him to be funny in itself, and added to the humor of the episode. I also liked the song "super happy fun time" the music in this show is great.
But I did have Burger King tonight. My only guess is to why I made this wrong turn.
Favorite South Park Character: *too many* But I like Kenny,Kyle,Cartman,Butters,Satan,& Damien.
They just don't have the "bite" they used to have. South Park used to make fun of people. Now they just make fun of their own characters.
I never thought I'd say this, but I really think South Park has gone down the tubes. I'm finding Family Guy much more clever and fresh.
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