superiorsavior wrote:I'd have to agree with Zork a bit here, the tripping scenes could've been done far better, if M and T had made a song for it themselves (or used an old DVDA piece). I'd have also loved it if Kenny had come out of his shell a bit, and burnt that hood, but it's best for coherence in the seriese I suppose that he didn't take off the hood.
I wasn't mad at that, I was mad at zorp for his legal warnings, if anything, it got more people to see Heavy Metal.
superiorsavior wrote:As GTA said, SP online is another reason to worship the gods of the Internets.
I'd have to agree with Zork a bit here, the tripping scenes could've been done far better, if M and T had made a song for it themselves (or used an old DVDA piece). I'd have also loved it if Kenny had come out of his shell a bit, and burnt that hood, but it's best for coherence in the seriese I suppose that he didn't take off the hood.
I preferred the Britney episode to this, for some reason, found that more comedic and found it had a better message. Except for the "banning pot is evil but smoking cat's is still wrong" thing I didn't get the message, unless that speck of unoriginality WAS the message. Comparing the ban on "cats" to the hollocaust was a bit much though. Hate all the Pox news alerts on new drugs, it really does just teach kids new ways to get high, but the Pox parrody could've gone down better. I think a more original name for the drug would've been good too, glad they referenced ALL their other anti-anti-drug episodes in there though
While I was totally cheesed to see the return of B (and C) side plots, I had absulutely no idea what the whole "cartman = oscar schindler" thing had to do with the episode. Unless they were trying to insinuate banning pot was a hollocaust, in which case, funny but a bit too far.
LOVED Gerald's big role in this and all the melodrama. Too much melodrama in recent episodes detracts from the feel of the show I think, but his speech was worthy of Canadian shakespear
The Cartman subplot was an Anne Frank/Oscar Schindler parody that, while it branched off of the main story, is not supposed to be a part of the main storyline's message. And the message isn't about pot or cat piss only, it really just says this:
"Don't ban everyday items or thing (cats used to show how far some parents will go in banning things for safety), stick to banning things that are already banned. Worrying about banning every new way to get high is stupid, as there will always be new ways to get high."
(I suck at the wording for lessons.)
Haos wrote:Do any of you guys know the names of the songs in the background when Kenny got high?
So many boobs...
So much cat pee...
Since all the songs are from the HEAVY METAL movie (1981) the tracks are listed on wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heavy_Metal_%28film%29
Sammy Hagar - Heavy Metal
Don Felder - Heavy Metal (Takin' a ride)
I AM THE I33L
LISTEN TO METAL - Absolute Vengeance
Ggiven Matt and Trey's record with Pot-themed episodes, from their portrayal of MaKay to Future Self, I was plamnning on them linking it into that region, which I thought they did, with the "don't ban everyday stuff" argument. Of course, I don't know much about this Cheese debate, I only know people are asking me to show ID when I buy chewing gum and coffee powder now (?).
Maybee it's only me who read "pot" whenever they said "cat," I assumed something that absurd must mean something in the real world. But this is M and T, they could just be being random again, I miss that about them
oilyGAVIN wrote:Not a good episode, I'm tired of hearing people saying it "f*cking rocked!" or "Best yet!" cause it didn't and it wasn't.
Making your font bigger doesn't make yoru right.
Also, there's no rule that Kenny MUST die. So far you haven't said what you actually didn't like about the episode, unlike those who've actually given reason for liking it.
zorp wrote:This episode is a ripoff !! In order to pay homage, credit should have been given to the original creators (who were they ? Richard Corbin or Dan O'Bannon ? ). Instead, there is no mention of the true artists, and that is plagarism !!!! This wasn't an emulation "done in the style of" ... it was a blatant copy, even the music was copied, and dialogue verbatim. What's a matter? Party all night long and didn't get any work done? Had to photocopy somebodys else's work to meet your deadline ??? I hope the lawyers at Columbia Tristar are listening !!
You don't think Comedy Central's legal department does its homework when it comes to stuff like this?
superiorsavior wrote:Maybee it's only me who read "pot" whenever they said "cat," I assumed something that absurd must mean something in the real world. But this is M and T, they could just be being random again, I miss that about them
I've never seen pot take a piss. But it's all a take on the drive to legalize marijuana here in California, so you're right.
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But seriously, all those flights to the Netherlands for inspiration can't be good for the environment, it's good for the world if Calafornia legalises Pot just for the writers at least. Think of the Carbon emmisions
But I really need to look into this Cheese buisiness, i have litterally NO idea what it's about. It really could be huffing cat's piss for all I know. Couldn't immagine M and T doing a drug episode w/o mentioning the law though.
And I am definately glad they had some of the music from Heavy Metal in this episode, because if you have seen the movie, you know the music is a big part of it.
How Hardcore HardecorE!
Well anyway, it's good to know M and T still find time to search for random sh*t on Google. One of my fave hobbies that is
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