here's the unbelievable commercial ... (you can't believe it's not already a spoof itself, right ?... but trust me it's real ... & they're voting on it tomorrow)
anyway, how funny would it be if it came out that charles manson, ted bundy, & jeffrey dahmer were pro-life & members of personhood usa (working side by side w/ sarah palin) because they (the killers) found out that their mothers all wanted abortions when they were pregnant, but abortions were illegal then ... they could prob work in sarah palin's alaska complete w/ the down syndrome baby grizzly cub's getting abandoned too.
http://www.farmersinsurancegroupsucks.c ... 319,page=2
http://www.ripoffreport.com/Search/chry ... ncial.aspx
http://www.americanbadbusinesslist.com/ ... laints.htm
The list goes on and on, about how the consumer gets rakes over the coals by big business.
I wonder if Matt & Trey have the cojones to skewer these companies for their bad business practices (after all they are big advertisers, but not on this show
These two alone are endless treasure chests of parody inspiration and more of them keep coming all the time. Damn that country is sick.
... And bankrupt too, sad to say. There could be episodes about that and coming economic collapse too, hopefully.
and bring Christophe (AKA the Mole from the movie) into the series.
That's all I have to say about that.
krzysz00 wrote:I think a cool episode would be is dogs (or some other animal), took over South Park, and made humans THEIR pets.
Great idea frame. Some mightier life form making humans their pets and cattle for work, food and many other types of exploitation.
Although season 14 had many recalls from past seasons, it could be those same anal probe aliens that run the Earth reality show explaining to boys that all living beings harvest and farm the weaker beings throughout the universe, that is normal and in many cases, the farmed beings don't even realize that they are being farmed. At least on a conscious level. Humans really excell in their empty vanity on this one.
Good ending to the show would be a glimpse or two of the species that in turn farm and control the Joozians.
And glimpse or two about a race that controls the aliens controlling Joozians.
And glimpse or two... as far as the imagination of T&M reaches.
America's economic downward spiral continues, poverty is spreading and deprivation pesters especially the poor.
Kenny's parents agonize over government subsidies and how long will they keep on coming. Meanwhile, Usa has started new wars in Iran, North Korea, Upper Bulvania, Hillvania, Separatistan, Siberia, Burma, Venezuela, Cuba and Nauru, claiming that " they shot first and might very well be holding wmds here, there, somewhere and everywhere. " After many action packed and terrible moments, the rest of the world defeats Usa and it is split into five parts for the continents of the world to watch over like Germany and it's puppet leaders like Obama sentenced to death at Nuremberg trial. I bet major network heads and many others would like that. M&T could decide wither they want to punish the true owners of America or just the puppets like president and such. Maybe true owners are a bit hush hush, even for M&T.
Before the tribunal final no one but military is hiring and becomes the last assingment for many hungry and poor. This episode would be a excellent chance to deal and handle the changes and effects of increasing poverty and lack among boys and families of South park that have different income rates and how those differences become more vivid and meaningful when chips disappear from the economic poker table. Great occasion to portrait how will the dear boys deal with these differences and changing circumstances among themselves and between their families so we could all drink the sweet milk of their emotions.
Cartman ofcourse has terrible nightmares about becoming like Kenny and giving up all his treats. Kyle is still doing a bit better than most others but not much and as poor suffer the most, other kids round up and try to help McCormicks. Heartwarming friendship, teamwork of the poor, austerity, bloody betrayal, jealousy, tragedy, tears, joy plus optimism and courage of children that have learned so much today.
Too bad that in real life, they have to grow and wake up from their childlike slumber of good always prevailing over evil.
Also wonderful opportunity to borrow hilarious pieces from V for vendetta, 1984, Dr Strangelove, Fahrenheit 451, Cubic, Eyes wide shut and other apt classics.
Randy would be the first to succumb to the Droids, becoming "Locutus" or something. (What? He already did a Picard reference back in"Something You Can Do With Your Finger.") Sharon or someone is talking to him, and then he responds with a Ghostbusters reference, "There is no Randy, only Droiiiddd." (The way they say it in the commercials.)
As they spread, they become known as the Droid Army, so throw in some Star Wars references (like, they say "Roger, roger," attack from the opposite side of the planet, etc.) Also throw in some random androids from pop culture (Data, the androids of DragonBallZ, and so-on) in various crowd shots.
The McCormicks' house is one of the safe spots at first, then the Boys (or whoever) go to the heart of the problem, save the day, and the moral of the story is to stop obsessing with our phones.
The adults of South Park do not listen and just start obsessing with another smartphone (i.e. the iPhone).
A different take on this would be to have the episode be one giant war between the various smartphone "factions." The ending to this would have the adults going back to 80s-style cellphones.
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