TITLE: MEMBERS ONLY
Episode #2008 Air date: November 16, 2016
The new President-elect pays a visit to his hometown.
Garrison's parents were in a picture frame last episode, so I'm betting they'll have an appearance! Hopefully they do. Hope there'll be a callback to Garrison's dad not molesting him and/or Kenny G.
THE PRESIDENT-ELECT VISITS SOUTH PARK
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Gerald tries anything to escape the Troll Hunter’s revenge. Meanwhile, Cartman and Heidi make their way to SpaceX to try to get on the first rocket leaving for Mars.
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It says that Garrison visits his hometown. If this means he's visiting South Park, it wouldn't make sense because in the last episode, he was STILL in South Park.
If he's visiting Arkansas then I won't need to ask questions about it.
Anyway, I'm hoping to see if Garrison vomits on PC Principal. I'm betting at least one of the kids gets membervomited on too.
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It'll be curious what Garrison does back home in town with his newfound power. I joked on Facebook that Matt and Trey don't need PC Principal anymore. If they have any regrets about last season, now is a logical time to fix them. I had JUST given up hope on Garrison eventually hitting a wig. Guess those glasses'll disappear in a few weeks if they don't bring the real Donald in.
I have no commentary towards SpaceX or Gerald, except that I hope if we see Elon Musk, there's a Handicar nod, and I have to confess I've really grown bored with Gerald's storyline. I was fine with it for several weeks but it's out of steam.
I hope the season moves into the final phases of it's storylines this week and that the last two episodes have sufficient time to breathe as we reach a climax, preferably with the female and male characters coming to a resolution and Gerald's identity being exposed. SP's been a little weak towards the Gender War subplot since the first couple episodes, imo
Yeah, no, I thought of Arkansas but I think the pictures point to him just being in South Park for the week. The real question is what this unfinished business might be - just converting everybody, or something more specific?Big-Will wrote:That Garrison is in PC Principal's (upgraded) office seems to indicate that he considers South Park his hometown now.
1. Arkansas is a state, not a town, and a specific town in it has never been pegged as Garrison's home town.
2. The only unfinished business he had there was his sexuality - being upset that his father didn't rape him.
Notice a missing plot thread: no sign of Butters or Bill Clinton's Gentlemans' Club. I imagine they'll minimize or drop the angle since the joke is out-of-date. Gerald's plot also makes no reference to Clinton at this point, not that I'd expect one.
I think the best path to "save" the season is to wrap up the election arc and Gerald's story here or next week latest, so the last episode or two can focus squarely on the Gender War and the adults vs. Member Berries. These are simpler stories with the highest stakes. Gerald and Garrison can tie into the Member Berries plot so he's not gone per se, just no longer split off into their own subplots, i.e. how Randy, Victoria and Garrison teamed up last season.
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