Big-Will wrote:A suggestion that they "needed" to start writing their episodes more than a week ahead of time. They need to do no such thing, and they certainly don't want to.
And obviously they're not going to based on my advice. I'm not delusional about my worth to them.. Matt and Trey have boldly shown their will to not submit to what fans expect in the past. As noted in the post directly after the one you quoted, most of that was said out of anger at how bad the episode sucked in my opinion. It's not like I'm the only one who didn't like it. It was just poor writing and deserves to be harped on a bit.
I think spiderman was the best bit.
i dont think they were using the whole episode as an excuse to advertise bom as much as they were trying to bring to light something they learned about musicals while working on bom...and no, the last thing they should stop doing is writing/producing all their episodes in a week...that is what sets them apart from all the other shows since most shows could never even manage to get act 1 of an episode done in a week and they have way more people working for them than sps does...i dont kno about anyone else, but the fact that episode 2 of a season hasnt been started til after i whatch episode 1 is why i prefer sp to other shows in their category...it also allows for the current event referances to be more accurate and timely since with other shows, most of the season has already been written before the first episode airs resulting in them being at least a few months behind sp with current events...also, since comedy central usually doesnt get an episode until a few hrs before air time doesnt really give them the option of sending it back with notes to change this or get rid of that in order to make it less offensive, which allows them to get away with much more edgy stuff than any other show...
And you sly devils, slipping in that tiny bit of self-promotion.
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