god handicaps are all so stupid! why don't they just break everything!
Muslims are great though, they are like god...
the whole episode i was annoyed, by mimsy and the other retard, the title screen and with its annoying music and agonizingly slow text.
plus no storyline. and no jokes. shark humping that kid wasnt even funny. sure its shocking but funny? boring.
the whole episode is boring. and agonizing to watch. the only funny part is the 10 secs of cartman ranting. and thats the only time you will hear cartman talk.
nothing made sense. its painful to watch. disgusting episode. horrible way to leave your fans hanging.
f*ck you matt and trey. but whatever, im still gonna believe that you intentionally made this episode crappy to prove a point to comedy central.
> tylermann wrote :
> > i liked this episode
> So did I. What would have made it even better imo is if the SP version of Porky Pig
> stuttered "That's all folks" at the end of 1407
axisofevil wrote :
> zzyzx 1 wrote :
> What would have made it even better imo is if the SP version of Porky Pig
> stuttered "That's all folks" at the end of 1407
> Good call! A shocking oversight in a WB tribute!
Stanlee wrote :
> axisofevil wrote :
> > zzyzx 1 wrote :
> > What would have made it even better imo is if the SP version of Porky Pig
> > stuttered "That's all folks" at the end of 1407
> > Good call! A shocking oversight in a WB tribute!
> Yeah that would have been awesome if the Porky Pig character had signed off the
> episode with "That's all folks". Too bad they didn't do it. Oh well, I
> for one love Towelie and I thought the episode was great. Camp Tardicaca was funny,
> Jimmy and Nathan were both great, the Intervention angle was funny, the Loony Tunes
> tribute was fun. I thought it was a really good episode in a lighthearted silly way
> like many of the early episodes and a welcome change from all the socially relevant
> commentary lately. Don't get me wrong I also like the social commentary stuff too,
> but I like it when Matt and Trey mix things up and surprise us a bit. I've watched
> this episdoe 4 times already and Towlie in the car huffing duster is my absolute
> favorite scene.
I just notice something: "200" and "201" (1405 & 1406) culminated with Scott Tenorman; 1407 was a parody of Looney Tunes.
The last time Scott Tenorman was on (in Season 5, episode 501 "Scott Tenorman Must Die,") Carman, at the end, (time index 20:00 or 20:01) at the end of the episode actually acted as Porky Pig, with the Looney Tunes closing and everything
So when Matt and Trey end a Scott Tenorman Sequence, (both times they did it (Seasons 5 and 14)), they have something about Scott T, then have something about Looney Tunes Coincidence? I think so
> So as of now, it is officially ok to make fun of handicaps and drug
> addicts. but not ok to make fun muslims
> god handicaps are all so stupid! why don't they just break everything!
> Muslims are great though, they are like god...
They weren't making fun of handicaps, but they did show what drugs do to some towels - er, people - and why intervention is often necessary.
I'm still a little mad about the last two episodes (200 and 201) and what happened. but whatever.
And for those saying that we should enjoy the homage to 50s cartoons, if I wanted to watch 50s cartoons then I'd go watch Boomerang.
> The title of the episode itself has a deeper meaning I think. With all the
> censoring that Comedy Central is doing to them, they put together this
> 1950s style episode. If the censorship continues, then South Park episodes
> will be crippled and not funny at all this summer.
South Park hasn't had new summer episodes since 2002, so this doesn't make any sense.
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Anyway, I just wanted to say congratulations to Towelyey - As of today, he's been clean and sober for 9 whole days.
Examples of funny south park moments:
1) cartman handling a sperm sample with his own hands
2) the dead whale on the moon with the credits rolling and no theme song..pretty god damned impressive [comedic timing]
3) stan's dad sitting in the ectoplasm of a ghost attack
I didn't experience that level of comedy jew gold in Crippled Summer
Washcloth was the best part of the episode for me and seeing towelie again, other than that i cant think of anything memorable
Nebenator wrote :
> beersaround wrote :
> > I think this episode is a response to being censored... they are using old
> > 1950's warner brothers characters and jokes. showing how terrible cartoons
> > used to be. if they cant be progressive they might as well recycle the same
> > old crap. let go of the choke chain comedy central. let artists express
> > themselves. and dont force us to watch a terrible piece of sh*t episode
> > like this again.
> Nice catch
> It is clear that the southpark crew has been made to dissapear by the secret service
> who wrote this lame and in no way funny episode 1407. The illuminati try again to get
> us all on drugs by teaching kids what and how to use. They even let hitlers
> grandchild, a black arabic, write his lame 2 minutes of fame speech against yews.
> This episode clearly shows the new writers have not only got no balls, they lack way
> more trying to impress girls with a sharks measurements that only AVERAGE men.
WTF are you talking about? You think this episode glorifies drugs, Cartman is a "black arabic" and the shark comment was made to impress girls??
What mental institution are you residing in?
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