And I knew India would somehow be a part of this. I can't be the only person who's eaten vindaloo.
They did a great job at confusing the hell out of me so that real-life scene at the end came completely out of nowhere. That is easily one of the funniest moments in the history of the series. The kids dressed up like the boys was outstanding.
Kudos, guys. That was a long road, but the finish line was extremely satisfying.
You read it! You can't unread it!
Is this just fantasy?
Caught in a landslide,
with no escape from reality.
Open your eyes....look up to the
skies and see...............
I'm just a poor boy,
I need no symphophy.
Cause I'm easy come, easy go.
Little high...little low.
Hit me where the wind blows
cause it doesn't really matter..........................
And that's how I rate this episode!!
PS: Indian Customer Service is the worst!! I think M&T made that point about 1,000X during this episode. Proper marks there.
Recycling the same jokes over and over doesn't make a good episode, especially when they weren't that funny the first time. Without question, one of the worst South Park has to offer.
Better luck next week.
EDIT: Finally giving this episode a rating.
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How would I knownall wrote:Don't get stuck in one - watch the episode now!
I better call customer service!
I like the easter egg of real life Butters at the end having the last line of the episode
I rate this episode 9/10, with bonus points for the live action, and extra points for the surprise live action of Butters after the closing credits started to run for a net rating of 10+/10. Good job, M&T
Did I take care of all of your customer needs in a timely and satisfactory fashion today? Did I accurately and politely respond to all of your concerns? -Steve
Note too that the paradoxical Steve's had different times displayed on the world clocks while they were talking to each other at the same instant - it doesn't matter which Steve was talking, the time should have remained consistent EXCEPT for the paradox
I also liked at one point where there is a transition of scenes and they show the South Park sign. It wavered as if there was a loss of signal as in virtual reality. Nice touch there
And Steve's pronunciation of Butters: BUTT--TERS.
I was a little lost in this episode, had to actually pay attention, since I had trouble following what was virtual and what was real, then I'm thinking there was a secondary virtual reality to it.
Not the best episode but not by far the worst. Anything's better than that Pee episode.
This kind of reminded me of "You Have 0 Friends". The Facebook episode. That one was better, and probably a bit mindless in comparison (translation - WAY easier to follow).
As someone who was inflicted with several annoying scam calls from when I got my phone connected to when I finally got my number on the Do Not Call register, I felt a wonderful sense of satisfaction when the customer service rep had to interact with himself.mo303564 wrote:PS: Indian Customer Service is the worst!! I think M&T made that point about 1,000X during this episode. Proper marks there.
It's awesome when M&T do something extra with the show like new animation styles or IRL scenes.
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