and the parts with Craig ("this is why nobody at school likes you.") and then eliminated the hamsters and peruvian flute bands.
this week wasn't the best
Either, the second half had better tie it all together and be a great payoff or they do a Cloverfield and present no resolution because I'm kind of sick of it at the moment.
Seriously, those co-writers need to be fired, FAST!
Dark Wizard wrote:it was lame. Horrible episode. Peruvian Flute band? WTF? You kidding me? We have gone from "Respect my authority!" to Peruvian flute bands?
We should all be outraged. I've been watching the show since I was 13, and this is the crap they give us?
TBH I don't care about craig. I want them to go back to it being a "small mountain town" not having homeland security or the military in every episode!!!
WTF happened to barbrady? replaced by those unfunny cops
Jimbo and Ned? Hardly mentioned
Garrison? Man they screwed that character. He is never mentioned anymore
I mean furry animals? you serious? That wasn't funny at all.
I give it a 2/10, only because I laughed when Cartman was yelling at the other bands in spanish and craig's little "You guys are assh*les" at the end. One of the worst episodes I have seen
remember...RESPECT MY AUTHORITY!
remember..OMG THEY KILLED KENNY!
REMEMBER...HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO SUCK MY BALLS?! or MY POT PIE!
Horrible....we have been reduced to Peruvian flute bands...
Move on!! Christ! - "respect my authority"??... yeah, old South Park was funny. But HOW can you not appreciate awesome new episodes like this??
Your stuck in the past - jst be quiet, keep reciting those tired one-liners, and watch your old South Park DVD's.
I really don't understand the mentality of some people on this forum. Sure, this season has had both good and bad episodes - jst like every other season. I've got faith and confidence in South Park to stay cutting edge, political, and f*cking FUNNY
Is it all because in Peru they're eating guinea pigs??
I've been there and I even ate one of this little furry monsters. It was really tasty but when You see it on the plate with claws and this little teeths all You can think about is "...damn it looks like a rat!"
Can't wait till next episode Peru is really great country, especially mountains so I wonder how will they show it on SP
Greets 'n' Bless
Scuttlebutt wrote:The scene where the head of homeland security's tongue flies out and scrambles that dudes brains like a blender was actually disturbing, which I thought was awesome.
Did you notice his teeth when his mouth was open?
Also, I see the Mammoth Guinea Pigs and just want to go up to them, smack them in the nose with a stick, and say "No! Bad guinea pig, BAD!"
I loved all of the parts with the boys. It was so nice to see the main four working together on something, and it was refreshing to see someone other than Butters tag along with them. Craig was hilarious, especially his explanation as to why no one else hangs out with the boys. XD
Oh and I loved that they threw in a quick reference to The China Probrem. Yay, continuity!!
But I just didn't understand the whole pan flute band thing...is it supposed to be a reference to something going on in the world? And I didn't get the guinea pig part either. I dunno, I just don't understand what kinda message they're trying to get across with this one. Is the subject matter supposed to relate to the economic crisis or something? 'Cause it sure doesn't seem like it.
Ahhh so frustrating. >< I'm mad that it's a two parter, simply because I'm just so impatient. I hope part two will clear up everything, and hopefully all of this stuff will start to make sense to me.
ShaneHaughey wrote:whatthejew wrote:Nyarlotep wrote:I´m the only one that thinks all this episode is some kind of reference to the economic crisis in the last weeks?....
Nooo. I think it had to do with that...as well as everything we've done the past eight years concerning American foreign policy.
The entire world is in an economic crisis, not just America, so do we help other countries, or just help ourselves?
Nah, we help other countries TO help ourselves.
Basic idea of the War on Terror, in Afghanistan, Iraq, etc., etc.
I think it's basically parodying America's involvement in...everything.
Which is why I don't get people who say South Park isn't doing satire...
To be honest guys, Trey writes these episodes within a week. Your theories are grand stretches to say the least, and everytime a commentary track comes out it disproves theories like these. Ever since I joined in season eight, there have been episodes with little in the way of politics/satire that have come out and are just self-contained plots with some parodies and references thrown in. Then when that season comes out on DVD and you go to the track- well, you find out what does inspire them for some episodes and less often than you'd think are stories like this secret messages.
In other words, if a theory is too much of a stretch, then it likely isn't true. This episode seems far more like Quarantine, Harold and Kumar, and Cloverfield. And sometimes guys, that is all it is,
Touche, my friend, touche.
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