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OwNeRz wrote:So what if the school is doing a High School Musical 2 play, and Stan is Troy and Wendy is Gabriella. But Wendy denies the kissing scene(actually just a bunch of coincidences). But then Stan gets her to kiss him(outside of the play). Then they both feel the static, and finally when they're doing the musical they kiss. But before they do they do a to be continued. Then next week they finish the kiss. But after it they go through a whole adventure just like High School Musical 2, except the songs are way better(because anything is better than them). After it though the are finally back together as boyfriend and girlfriend, just like god had intended them to be.
Goddamnit, this is the THIRD High School Musical thread I've seen! I'm merging every idea that mentions High School Musical into this one thread. f*ck!
Big-Will wrote:Why are you people obsessed with High School Musical?
i know this is really off-subject, but i'm really surprised they haven't made fun of Dumbledore being gay yet...
What if the class gets a field trip to Denver, which at first everyone is excited about, but then the boys realize it is to see High School Musical 2 the Concert. Of course the girls would be all into it, but the boys could really rip into how gay this is. Of course they would have to meet up with the cast somehow, and see them for who they really are, or at least as Matt, and Trey perceive them. Vanessa, would have to always have a camera with her, and maybe the other stars could be pissed about the attention that Zac always gets. Then they could totally rip on Disney, and how they just ram these "talented" kids down your throat, with their marketing machine. Hell throw Miley Cyrus in there with them, and really put it to Disney. This topic is so ripe for South Park, it is amazing it hasn't been done yet.
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