I do like the fact they point out that people search for deeper meanings in things when there are none, and the fact that such a horrible book becomes a best seller (i can think in a bunch ).
But the whole making fun of Sarah Jessica Parker was awesome, she really is ugly!
TurdinPunchBowl wrote:It felt like a Family Guy episode more than a SP episode.
Sadly, I have to agree.
Favorite SP characters: Butters, Cartman, Randy
Favorite ep: Over Logging (1206)
Fave ep: ESM Season 12,Sec fave: Butterballs Season 16
It made sense! i'm surprised!
You read it! You can't unread it!
You want a book comparable to Scrotie McBoogerballs, read Naked Lunch by William S. Burroughs. Horrendous but considered a gem of American literature. It's heroin gibberish that's supposed to knife post-WWII America.
Also, I found a lot of this episodes freaking hilarious. Being a past english major, I spend a year in rooms with people who found meaning in literally nothing. I one time made something completely up (when analyzing a story) for a paper and my TA was like "Omg this is SUCH a good thesis idea!" I loved english, but so many people try to see what the red wheelbarrow means when really guys....it's JUST a red-wheelbarrow.
Overall 8/10 (the puking just got too old) and I personally would like to have seen them in SP more, but hey, it was still pretty good :]
Loved the idea of the boys writing a really horrible book, for fun, and their parents end up loving it after they say it was Butters who did it!! Wasn't expecting that at all! I thought each boy was going to write his own story but it was equally as nice to see all four on the same side, not arguing or anything and just doing something for the sake of fun.
So funny when Sharon first read the book! It was so horrible but she couldn't stop reading! And then how she said it had such a good plot or whatever, and when Randy mentions the part about Amsterdam. Really makes you wonder what the hell they were reading.
Poor Butters, wrote a hugely popular book yet is still grounded!
The vomiting was pretty gross but then again, it always is.
I loved how irritated the boys were with everyone who was trying to find hidden meaning in the book. Stan was highly annoyed.
Butters does come out with odd things now and again but I just can't see him loving the Kardashians. He seems too innocent for that but whatever. VERY funny when they were shot! Famous non-talented people like that bug the sh*t out of me. Butters was SO funny! 'Kill John Lennon!/ Ronald Regan!'
I was a little disappointed because I really thought Randy was going to have cancer or something like the ads indicated. Ah well.
Sarah Jessica Parker is ugly, glad I'm not the only one who thinks so!! 9/10
I ship: Stan/Cartman <3
Sharon: What is it honey? (gasp!) My baby's killed again!
Haa, I love that line.
I laughed the entire episode. The other one seemed really rushed, kinda like The China Probrem.
I also liked Kenny's moose call. The new season is starting off pretty good but I hope they tone down on celebrities and running gags. I''ll be honest, though, this episode gave me nostalgia and reminded me of the plots earlier in the show.
nall wrote:The episode is now uncensored for those who are interested.
Why is there no wallpaper for this episode?
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Seriously, nobody likes you. Fuck off.
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