*1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

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Re: *1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

Postby IKyman » Sat Nov 14, 2009 1:11 am

Guys let's not forget Gordon the Ginger Kid who first appeared on "Ginger Kids". R.I.P :cry:
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Re: *1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

Postby komninosm » Sat Nov 14, 2009 1:29 am

ssouthparkk4602 wrote:
komninosm wrote:
JustSit wrote: I don't watch much of Beck, only what I see of him on The O'reilly Factor, but there's nothing wrong with "asking questions" Maybe M+T do agree with Glen's approach and maybe they don't, but I honestly can't say I know based off of this show. I only know that they found something to poke fun at that they thought we'd all like, and for the most part they were right. As to what they really feel? Well, when they do the commentary for the DVD, then maybe we'll see. You could be right, but you could be wrong. Wait before you go blowing your wad all over the internet, in case they come out later in favor of Beck.

You probably believe Stephen Colbert is really a conservative posing as a liberal posing as a conservative...
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I agree, komninosm, awesome.

Thanks. Sadly as you can see in this thread I wasn't making this up, these morons do exist that believe Stephen Colbert is really a conservative posing as a liberal posing as a conservative... and other stupid stuff like that. :zombiekenny:
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Re: *1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

Postby ssouthparkk4602 » Sat Nov 14, 2009 1:32 am

Oh, I know. They did a study, if I remember correctly. Many of the far-right wingers believe that and think Liberals are too ignorant to see the "satire".... :roll:

Yeah, we do. And it's not what they think.
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Re: *1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

Postby Wii fit man » Sat Nov 14, 2009 2:49 am

Beard wrote:All the Becktards need to go fuck themselves, or get off the board. If you wanna state a real criticism about the episode, shoot. If you want to scream at us about how you love Glenn Beck and about how Obama is a Socialist, we don't care.

That being said, I strongly disagree with Obama's policies myself.


Agreed, except the last sentence.

Hey gta, *someone* called ChaosTroop666 is backing you up.
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Re: *1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

Postby ssouthparkk4602 » Sat Nov 14, 2009 3:05 am

Wii fit man wrote:
Beard wrote:All the Becktards need to go fuck themselves, or get off the board. If you wanna state a real criticism about the episode, shoot. If you want to scream at us about how you love Glenn Beck and about how Obama is a Socialist, we don't care.

That being said, I strongly disagree with Obama's policies myself.


Agreed, except the last sentence.

Hey gta, *someone* called ChaosTroop666 is backing you up.

Who might that be? :o

EDIT:

Oh! on that YT video. I see. :P
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Re: *1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

Postby Icthulu » Sat Nov 14, 2009 4:26 am

I was really enjoying this years episodes, especially the Somali Pirates. But this episode was sad. I am sorry this one was made, as I am sure that they could come up with some better subject matter than what they did. Maybe if they satired the balloon boy, or NASA's water finding LCROSS probe...

The story (which was lacking in every way possible) was all over the place, and throwing in smurfs made no sense what so ever. I also was very disturbed listening to a gunman come into the school and execute a boy on the radio. I should have known that this would be am abysmal failure if that was the opening joke.

The only part that was enjoyable was when Wendy countered Cartman's insanity with her own. But I guess you don't always get a winner all the time.

Do better next time.
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Re: *1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

Postby Wii fit man » Sat Nov 14, 2009 5:02 am

Huh?

The Smurfs was a JOKE. random jokes aren't nessacarily bad ones
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Re: *1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

Postby TitRocker1203 » Sat Nov 14, 2009 5:56 am

I don't think the opening scene was supposed to be a joke. It was just a clever (though shocking) way to remove the announcer to make room for Cartman. The show does have dramatic moments in some episodes that are not intended to be funny.

I rank this episode in the top half of quality for the season! SNL also satirized Glenn Beck in their latest episode, and both shows deserve kudos for their portrayal.
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Re: *1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

Postby Big-Will » Sat Nov 14, 2009 6:34 am

Yeah, that first part was disturbing, but it served well enough as a build-up to the main story.
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Re: *1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

Postby McCormick_livesagain » Sat Nov 14, 2009 7:57 am

Pretty good episode. I agree the beginning was a bit disturbing, but the end was cool and most of it was funny. Kenny had no lines though :(
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Re: *1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

Postby Cartman's_bitch 2 » Sat Nov 14, 2009 8:32 am

9/10

Very, very good episode. Had a lot of Cartman, it was funny, and you could still laugh without really getting the parody (I did, but I'm just saying)
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Re: *1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

Postby komninosm » Sat Nov 14, 2009 2:14 pm

Icthulu wrote:I was really enjoying this years episodes, especially the Somali Pirates. But this episode was sad. I am sorry this one was made, as I am sure that they could come up with some better subject matter than what they did. Maybe if they satired the balloon boy, or NASA's water finding LCROSS probe...

The story (which was lacking in every way possible) was all over the place, and throwing in smurfs made no sense what so ever. I also was very disturbed listening to a gunman come into the school and execute a boy on the radio. I should have known that this would be am abysmal failure if that was the opening joke.

The only part that was enjoyable was when Wendy countered Cartman's insanity with her own. But I guess you don't always get a winner all the time.

Do better next time.

What are you smoking? Do you think the balloon boy or NASA's mission is more important than the social effect of people being lied to by douches and falling for it because of serious lack in critical thinking? Balloon boy is semi-covered in this too (in a way) and I dare you to make your case about NASA. I bet you are one of those people who think it's wasted money and you diss science in general. Could be wrong though.

The story was fine unless you're a douche. Smurfs make no sense, but a talking turd and towel do? What about Kenny dying every episode and appearing alive in the next? People die all the time, horribly. This show isn't based on realism and verisimilitude, quite the contrary. Have you not been paying attention the last decade?
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Re: *1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

Postby Worthy » Sat Nov 14, 2009 3:08 pm

I am starting to feel sorry for Cartman and I hope he gets revenge on Wendy in the style of that Scott Tenorman must die epsisode (just not as extreme as that though) as it seems Cartman has gone downhill since that episode and turned wimpy.

Apart from that it was a brilliant episode.
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Re: *1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

Postby MajoraNightmare » Sat Nov 14, 2009 3:10 pm

That has got to be one of the best episodes in season 13.
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Re: *1313: Dances with Smurfs* Post-Air Discussion

Postby TitRocker1203 » Sat Nov 14, 2009 7:43 pm

Worthy, you think Cartman his turned wimpy since STMD?

I beg to differ! Please refer yourself to eps 711, 804, 902, 911, 1201, and 1307.

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