haha I like the vid, so vague.
THE 4TH GRADE BOYS ARE THE VICTIMS OF AN APRIL FOOL’S JOKE in an all-new episode of "South Park" titled, "Eat, Pray, Queef,
Can I do a very stupid question plz?Are the boys still in fourth grade?
While I've never read it before (or heard of it for that matter) it seems like it's one of those weird lifetime-esque "woman spirituality" type things.
Basic premise of the novel: a woman is unsatisfied with men and so she goes on an excessively expensive trip around the world where she eats alot of food without any regards to her outward appearance, fervently embraces a bunch of foreign religions without really knowing much about them, and finally finds a way to both gorge herself and be ignorantly spiritual at the same time! Hurrah!
Don't know exactly where the South Park writing staff is going with this, but looks to be a winner!
If not, this might be about those recent 14year old girl posting nude pictures news (thought about it when Randy said that girl needs to be expelled)
While some of the BSGers/frakheads enjoyed it; others didn't. I'm a regular poster on the Sci-Fi (soon to be SyFy) Boards, and most of my fellow frakheads that didn't like the finale felt like they didn't get enough Answers.
I wouldn't be at all surprised if M&T were in the group of BSGers that didn't like the finale, and I think this might be what the basis of this Episode might be about.
ARTfan wrote:I wouldn't be at all surprised if M&T were in the group of BSGers that didn't like the finale, and I think this might be what the basis of this Episode might be about.
Interesting theory. South Park episodes (especially in the more recent seasons) are definitely highly occasional. However, I'm not sure if the creators would really invest an entire episode on something that the general public isn't aware of - such as a bust series finale of Battlestar Galactica.
April fool's is definitely part of the episode, and it seems to have something to do with women/feminist issues as well ("queefing" and the feminine title spoof <see my post from earlier>). I think that's as far as we can get until we get more revealing clips.
BigCamera4892 wrote:The last queef reference was 'way back in Season 3 (10 years ago), episode 1317, The Brown Noise. It appears here the queef reference is something the boys see on TV at Cartmans houses
Ladder to Heaven Kenny calls Cartman a belching vagina, does this count as a queef reference? There's probably some other references out there, but I'm to lazy to look.
I don't really know what this ep is about, which is good in a way.
Might be a dumb question to ask.. but what does "Queef" mean? (I'm from Holland, so don't know each & every US word)
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