pretty good episode the chatroulette part was probably the funniest.
I'm totally Stan in this situation, because I HATE FACEBOOK. I loved the "epic" Yahtzee tournaments xD One of my top 10, defintitely. And also, my favorite Stan episode (officially beating "Fantastic Easter Special").
"Okay...that's a dude jacking off...another dude jacking off. Penis, penis, penis, penis..." xD I was laughing SO HARD. Especially when Cartman said "To find a good friend, you're going to have to wade through some dicks." GENIUS.
10/10. I hate to admit it, but I actually DIDN'T enjoy Kyle's plot. A very rare occasion. But still, I can't give this a 9 or even a 9.9, or I'd have to spontaneously combust.
DaleReeck wrote:I'm not an expert in Yahtzee or anything, but I don't think you automatically win the game if you hit yahtzee.
You do when you play by the rules where they say: "One round only"
The best episode in the last three years.
Fave ep: ESM Season 12,Sec fave: Butterballs Season 16
Okay it relates to everybody that has ever been on facebook/myspace/friendster/ or whatever crappy internet social site. The whole focus on Facebook being the basis of the episode was really boring. There was a little skit about chat roulette. But who f*cking cares.
Where was the shock and aww that South Park is know for. Where was the part where I go and talk to my co workers about how awesome the episode was and that one scene in the episode where I get to giggle about later on after I watch the show.
This episode could have had way more interesting shockingly funny parts. Facebook is bigger than Myspace now, well how did it get that way? When Stan was sucked into Facebook couldn't a Myspace Icon/ profile be getting tortured by Facebook goons. Eventually leading to a Myspace profile being sacrificed to the Facebook gods and then the corpse planted in the Farmville as the fertilizer! I mean come on South Park.
Quit smelling your own farts and give me the animation shocker! hll
Perrytheblack72 wrote:thats funny when stans like why are you guys wasting your time on facebook were suppose to be out playing videogames
Yeah, that was pretty funny; Stan thinking the computer (FB) was a waste of time so Stan himself goes to a computer video game
This episode reminded me of past seasons where the kids were just being kids in South Park. The main story of course was about FB, but I liked the B and C stories of Randy wanting to be his son's friend, Wendy's jealousy of Stan's FB girl friends (even a 92 year old one), and in this world of computers, the way disputes are settled are by playing one round of Yahtzee
Stan's friends make Stan a FB account. ROFL. No email confirmation to Stan, no anything, yet the account is made .
Kip Drordy has a FB account with 0 friends for six months and for six months this 3rd grader does nothing but stare at his computer screen waiting for a friend. It's not like Kip could friend someone on his own, could he? Classic South Park. Reminds me of Season 2, the Chewbacca defense. If Chewbacca, a Wookie who is 8 feet tall, lives on Endor with a bunch of two foot tall Ewoks, that does NOT MAKE SENSE! What does this have to do with Kip sitting on his computer for 6 months doing nothing? Nothing. It does NOT MAKE SENSE. If Chewbacca lives on Endor, than Kip not friending people himself does not make sense. Classic SP.
Act I continues: Randy wanting Stan to friend him As if Randy could not friend Stan on his own. It doesn't make sense. See the Chewbacca analogy above
Kyle was really enjoying his farm game when he starts to lose friends, then jump back to a Wendy scene, and then Cartman's podcast. I like how many different things are going on all in Act I. Remember, Chick friends are worth almost triple what dude friends are
And that random guy spitting on Stan at the end of Act I; priceless:
Stan: I don't know you!
Man in car: I'm just a guy that gets ignored I guess Then he spits on Stan.
Act II: Classic line: "Stan poke your Grandma." The Chat Roulette scene was interesting, to say the least. But Stan being literally sucked into FB a la Tron was great. Yatzhee saved the day. With all the virtual farming, chatting, messaging, poking - it took an old school board type game to save the day. Yahtzee - one round only.
But Act II also offered Kip and his computer at the movies and then back to Tron as Stan looks for his profile. Again, reminded me of early seasons as the boys were the featured "actors" in the plot, not the adults or adults who are currently in the news.
Café World - online chat party for all Stan's friends. Almost 1,000,000 people in there. Who is more powerful? The user or the profile?
The user of course. Stan got sucked out of FB 8D.
What I didn't see coming was the brilliant ending: Stan's FB friends were transferred to Kip
Kip is a one-time character (from the third grade) as Bridon Güermo was. Like Scott Malkinson (from the 4th grade) was. That's the way SP works sometimes. Still hoping for Pip to make a reappearance in episode 200 next week.
My rating would by 8.5/10. But I don't have a FB; if I did, I too would friend Kip, giving him more power by having more friends, which would put him over the top, revising my rating to 9.5/10. OK, what the h*ll, 10/10
I like this photo:
Kyle's response (hard to read, I know): LOL! OMG!
This will be my quote for now on .
Anyways, I thought this episode was the best of the season. Next to last week's, of course!
Facebook (pop culture)
Stan/Kyle focused episode
Cartman POD cast
No mafia wars
otherwise, this episode goes under my top 10 favorites. Great job M&T
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