My idea is that Cartman edits some fact on Wikipedia, which is not edited back. As more and more people start checking the page, more and more people start believing the fact using the excuse "Well, Wikipedia said it! It must be true!" (apart from the other boys) and it causes a major crisis.
The other three boys somehow have to change the info back.
It's a pretty rough idea. I think a MySpace thing could be a subplot, outside a main story. Like Butters maybe, he cold make some "friends" on myspace and finally feel wanted but then something bad could happen.
I can already think of a little joke for that one too. Like, when Butters sees Tom on his friend's list he get's really amazed and excited that he already has people wanting to be his friend.
Mr_Jefferson_killed_Kenny wrote:Hey, they should make fun of southparkstudios!
That would actually be awesome!
I second that! But there's a problem: SOUTHPARKSTUDIOS. That's like the boys watching South Park on TV. They should do something like call it NorthParkStudios. Also the thing is that not every single South Park fan is registered here and/or doesn't even know the site exists. I find more logic in Myspace and Wikipedia episodes. They could even merge the two somehow. However it would get extremely boring if all they did this season was computers and online stuff. They're all good ideas but 2 episodes based on computers and online networking and socialising doesn't suit me..
Call me Courtney, Corey, The KKK, or The Jew Rat. Which ever you're in the mood for at the time.
I'd also love to see them make fun of the media by parodying the MySpace safety hysteria. Maybe after Butters tries to meet one of his new online "friends" only to discover they're not who they said they were, he could complain to his parents, who would get the whole town riled up about online predators? It would give M&T chance to make fun of all the overly cautios parents who don't actually know a damn thing about computers (I can just picture Mrs. Broflovski saying to Kyle: "I don't want you MySpace-ing in any chatrooms").
Aside from my idea being a total ripoff of "Child Abduction Is Not Funny," I don't think it's too bad.
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