*I do no longer hold this opinion.
"Oh sh*t, Ned! It's a rabid donkey witch! It's coming right for us!"
Everything else was tits, but it just get's me that MnT didn't realize how hilarious that would have been. Remember the little things guys.
My dad watched it with me too and I don't think he's seen it for a very long time coz he didn't know who Butters was and therefore didn't get a lot of the jokes but he still laughed at the other parts. [Think my dad has a slight crush on SJP coz he was like "aw, come on, she's not that bad"]
9/10 I say
WHAT WITH THE BLEEPS!? I cut off my cable and now watch SP strictly online so that I get the full "adult" version. In fact, I've been so happy that there's no bleeps on the online episodes, it's the second thing I tell people after telling them about the site. DOWN WITH THE BLEEPS!!! BRING BACK THE CURSING!!!
(If you put the bleeps back in because you were making a point about censorship and vulgarity, please disregard everything I just wrote.)
I love you guys, and SP is the ONLY show I actually look forward to watching. I'm your fan for life.
I liked Butters at the start of ACT II. ACT II's puking is starting to get really, really old. REALLY, REALLY old. The Assembly Hall scene was good right up until the end. The puking has gotten me sorta pissed. The, "Kill Sarah Jessica Parker" scene was well done.
ACT III starts off on a very fine line, promising even more puking. Luckily, nothing. Butters' book is so bad, it is good. The moose hunting scene was good, as was the bookstore scene. The Kardashian killing was funny due to context, and the scene in the bedroom was good.
The puking ruined parts of the episode, but I was actually surprised at how it was able to move past it. Without the puking, 8.5/10. With even a decent runner, 9/10. As it is, I am wrestling with a 7.5/10 for the episode.
The message was good and it was a good plot. The running joke killed it, which is sad because scene jokes worked well.
The Eye of Argon, by Jim Theis, was written in 1970 for a small sci-fi magazine. However, it was SO badly written that it soon became known throughout the geek world.
The challenge is to read it, as written, including spelling and punctuation errors, without even cracking a smile. During the most fair of these round-robin contests, no one is allowed to distract the reader. The most unfair involve other members actually pantomiming the scene described.
Yes, there is (a little) sex, there is (a LOT of) violence, and a whole lot more of "That word does NOT mean what he thinks it means." Grignr the Barbarian and his kidnapped wench have quite the adventure.
Sadly, Theis died circa 2001, but his legacy lives on. Thank you, South Park, for an excellent episode. (Though I assume you may not have known the Eye of Argon existed.
Mods, is posting a link to where a copy of the Eye may be found allowed? If not, just Google it.
Very funny episode.I hope they will make another one based on Timmy
Skrotex wrote:I'd give it more points if it had been Jimbo and Ned that had shot Sarah Jessica Parker
I actually REALLY like this idea.
Favorite Episode: Krazy Kripples
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