And the fake commercial for liquor.
Lots of throwbacks, particularly Bloody Mary (Season 9) and Red Man's Greed (Season 7) and a hint at the fake live action commercials in Season 3 and 4. Seeing Three Feathers Casino again, even for only a minute was a riot.
This has a 50/50 in regards to being a decent episode, with the other 50 being a bit too intense and rushed.
Can't say I was a huge fan of this episode. For starters, most episodes that put Canada in the forefront turn out to be repetitive and lame. This episode was no exception. There also wasn't enough involvement from the fourth graders outside of the four boys and Jimmy, this had the potential to be a great ensemble episode. Randy's alcohol jokes got old after a while and we didn't get to see enough of Marvin either. As cool as it was to see Satan return, his appearance was both forced in and hastily thrown together. For some reason, the sixth episode of every season turns out to be garbage. I have no idea why, but that seems to be the case every year. I really hope Trey and Matt have something better planned for the last four episodes of the season and I hope they try to stay away from the Canadians as much as possible in the future, as the episodes focus on them usually turn out to be some of the series' worst episodes ever.
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That being said, this is the first time that I think the Studios slipped in the voice modulation of the computer software because to me Terrance sounded too much like Kyle (even though they're both voiced by Matt Stone). Going back to S05E05, Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow, I thought in 505 that Kyle sounded like Kyle, and Terrance sounded like Terrance. Now with the latest computers and software the two characters sound too much alike imho.
I hope he's taken care of. I hate seeing someone I care about in a bad situation. It really breaks me. That's all.
As for the rest of this episode, I'll just repeat what I said before The fake live action commercial for alcohol was the best part of this entire episode. Trey is so good at voicing those. I had to keep rewinding the DVR. I was laughing so hard at that.
zzyzx 2 wrote:That being said, this is the first time that I think the Studios slipped in the voice modulation of the computer software because to me Terrance sounded too much like Kyle (even though they're both voiced by Matt Stone). Going back to S05E05, Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow, I thought in 505 that Kyle sounded like Kyle, and Terrance sounded like Terrance. Now with the latest computers and software the two characters sound too much alike imho.
I noticed that too. I didn't think Terrance needed modulating.
The live ad, and Beelzebout really cracked me up too.
Seeing Stan get possessed was weird, and I'm sure the Stan fans around are pissing themselves with disbelief at the moment. It was hilarious though seeing him get delivered back to South Park through a portal to Hell and everyone acting like it's just Tuesday or something.
It was weird seeing Jimmy be a pusher again. Poor kid. All the little call backs throughout the episode have been nice.
The Randy runner makes me wonder if by the end of the run "Lorde" will be in rehab.
His name is BEELZABOOT! Don't take it in vain, buddy!
Somehow a part of Satan's lecture on addiction felt like M&T's commentary on the situation with South Park and Hulu. The part when he says it's okay to be addicted to and piss away your money on something that is "fun." Like, freedom isn't free, it costs a buck-o-five and stuff. If that's the case, nice try, you guys. I can certainly see where you are coming from with it. It's a lousy excuse, though, but you hardly even care, so neither do I. But it's probably just my paranoia speaking.
And why the hell did Satan need Stan's body all of a sudden? He didn't need a human body to walk the Earth back in the day. Wanted to take Stan on a field trip?
Jimmy being a pusher is less weird than Cartman being preoccupied with Stan's addiction, because, honestly, Jimmy is such a douche. I mean, come on! Remember the "maiden from Stonebury Hollow"? He's not just a pusher, he's the fucking BARD!
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Cartman: Line? Lines! I HATE LINES!!!
*still waits for a Kenny episode*
happy to see Satan back
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