Someone suggested on another forum that M&T "f*cking sh*t up" might be their take on keeping the show fresh. I'm very fond of that thought. Imagine the boys splitting up into their own social groups, that could be fun for a few episodes. Hell, two boys could become romantically involved with eachother and we could watch how that goes down! That persons' one comment has actually made me pretty excited for what's to come, ha.
there is just a little thing I don't understant (English is not my native language)... can someone write me what butters says to cartman at the end of the episode ?
please and thank you
JerWu17 wrote:Oh yeah, almost forgot, but the "Jesus loves me yes I know, for the Republicans tell me so" line was HILARIOUS. I'm saying this as a fellow Christian who is tired of seeing bigoted social conservatives trying to shove their beliefs down others' throats.
I can't comprehend how some of you didn't find this episode to be funny at all. I was downright giddy through the whole thing!
"......, for the Republicans tell me so" was by far the FUNNIEST line of this episode. Also, "I got the Hebrew-jeebies."
But few people so far have mentioned T&M poking fun at the BFRO and that silly Finding Bigfoot show on AP. Great parody!
I especially liked Cartman's video of the Jewpacabra. So vague and imprecise, just like most of the footage you see on those monster hunter shows. Poor Bobo. He got it the worst!!
I'm not even offended about religion being jabbed at; I actually found it quite funny and understanding why the Bible is thought of as absurd. Heck, it goes back to the "lying or stupid" thing. I just hope no one feels ill towards all theist, for not all of us are inconsiderate. Can't wait for the next episode!
Stanluv25 wrote:I don't know what next week will be about but I already know it will be better than this. I am predicting this to be the worst episode of the season. For people to love this but hate Cash For Gold... really... don't get it.
How do you get any worse than simultaneously making Cartman a Jew and creating a forced friendship between him and Kyle? They just can't screw sh*t up any worse than they did this week. I agree... in fact if it's not the worst episode from now to the end of South Park's run I foresee myself slowly growing to dislike the series like what happened with the Simpsons. Cash for Gold was great btw... the only thing truly redeeming this season so far.
"now don't be down y'all..."
How do you get any worse than simultaneously making Cartman a Jew
Cartman won`t remain Jewish just like Stan didn`t remain an alcoholic in "Last of the Meheecans"
Cartman: Line? Lines! I HATE LINES!!!
raidpirate52 wrote:Got to love how people did nothing but complaining the last few episodes how Matt and Trey spent too much time on their jokes and this week finally spent more time for a plot, and now you complain there wasn't enough stupid jokes.
I have to agree, some people are just never happy.
JVM wrote:Fun fact you guys
At EXACTLY twenty minutes in at the Easter Egg Hunt, you can spot Betsy Donovan in the bottom right. Check it out.
Wonder if she (or her parents) ever had any dealings with the Cthulu cult
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