And it is gone, PUFF.
It is like listening to a Beatles song for the first time.
Bailout chicken run is priceless, so is the salsa dispenser.
Kenny's outfit, secret jew cave, squirrels, first god who is actually making sense, everything is great.
Huge respect to the writers.
Walter wrote:-Liked how they represented the manner in which media has made Obama out to be a saviour ever since he won the election. This episode was most definitely a play on that.
The media actually hasn't since the election. Quite the contrary.
Before, OH YEAH they DID. But ever since then, they seem to be blaming the tanking market on him already. And when the market shot WAY UP 2 days ago, they attributed it to the Obama administration's unveiled plan, maybe that's what you're talking about?
So I think they are just looking at the market, and sensationalizing the story in a way seen fit for the moment.
The ONLY news channel still in love, perhaps sexually, with Obama is MSNBC.
Trust me, I watch the news ALL DAY, and I know, CNN is in the middle, Fox is on the right, and MSNBC wants to have sex with Obama.
Seriously, if you want somewhat unbiased reporting, watch CNN, and not the partisan hackery that goes on a Fox and MSNBC.
... and a miss !
The Sur La Table bit was funny though.
Debt Backed Fiat Currency, Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Lincoln/Greenbacks, JFK, the Federal Reserve Act of 1913; and especially the absurdity of FRACTIONAL RESERVE BANKING ...
... all make for an easy comedy target.
How could they have missed !?!
and nice to see u guys used somethings from old episodes
They took err jobs!!
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It's too bad Randy didn't have a lisp, And I expected them to all be drunk and drinking more Margaritas...
The Way Kenny's clothe is wrapped around his head does make him look mysteriously like Mysterion...
I loved the headless chicken solution...that's probably closer to the truth than we'd like to believe.
As for the episode, I'll say good but not great. Too many sub-themes got caked on. The religion parallel was a little strained. Stan trying to return the fancy blender was good. I think it tried to do a little too much, metaphorically speaking, for a 30-minute show. Even the song "American Pie" needed about twice the normal length to do a whole big stew, and it wasn't a comedy.
Part of the problem, also, is that we already have such hyperventilators on the economy like Glenn Beck that they've stolen the thunder from an over-the-top episode.
ROFL on the options like telethon and Indian Casino...
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