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solidude wrote:I really have sort of studied south park the past few years, and as i have read in some posts there has been a change of direction in south park. for example stan and kyle have stopped being kids for the most part they started as little kids who liked doing kids stuff, they are really mature now, cartman started as a little fat kid who everybody messed with and was really stupid, now hes kind of a mastermind who messes with everybody else, i dont really like stan and kyle acting so grownup like, i mean theyre still 9 years old!! its cool that cartmans such a son of a bi*ch but i really cant understand how he went from stupid to genius, i loved when kenny used to die at least he was IN the episode, right now he isnt even involved in the stuff his friends do.
Just because the kids are 9 yrs old, doesn't mean they can't be mature for their age. You'd be surprised how many kids are more mature than adults 4x's their age. Like I posted in another thread similar to this, Matt/Trey are really maturing in their writing process. Kenny doesn't need to die every second, in every epi. I really do prefer these new plots now, they can really challenge the fans to think about current issues. As well as make the haters believe they're more than just a show about farts and a kid dying.
But I feel my attachment to "the kids" is getting less and less, like a father after a divorce. I miss the crappy animation of the first couple seasons, and the way the episodes had character to them. Now everything has gone "Hollywood". They're running on fumes as far as I'm concerned. The originality, carelessness, is quickly fading from the small, redneck, mountain town. Things just seem to be political mumbojumbo now. Britney this, Iraq that. Bring back the good ol days of song and dance. South park used to be an escape from the news and bull crap that came from the day. Now it has slithered, heavily, into the show.
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Just because the kids are 9 yrs old, doesn't mean they can't be mature for their age. You'd be surprised how many kids are more mature than adults 4x's their age.
True, but since when do 9 yr olds save the world from terrorists and the government?
I also prefer the older episodes over the new. I liked the boys being boys and seeing Kenny die. Im sure they could come up with some cool ideas while going back to the basics.
Kid at CartmanLand: Daddy Daddy, can I go on the rocket?
Cartman: G*d D*mmit get the f*ck outta my way!!
Principal Victoria: Eric, we've called you in to commend you for your role as student teacher.
Cartman: Ey! Don't commend me! It's the students' fault for being so stupid!
Mr. Mackey: Uh, "commend" means you've done a great job, Eric. Hm'kay?
Principal Victoria: After leading your class through review, your schoolmates scored higher than they ever had on their tests. Whatever you did really worked on them.
Cartman: Oh, well, thank you. I believe strict discipline along with compassion for my students is catamite to their learning.
Just_Jackie wrote:BTW I have serious issues with that scene when you consider the definition of the word catamite.
A pedophiles' victim?
And here's a really stupid reason that I just came up with as to why that word is in that line...
Yeah, so I bet Trey originally wrote "Paramount", but legal wouldn't let him say that. That's the man bringing him down man! He changed it to catamount to stick it to them man! YEAH!!!
...You don't really get the full effect of that unless you hear the voice that goes along with it.
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However, I do not agree that this season is the worst so far. Some recent episodes may not be as entertaining as some past episodes have been but they are not terrible (IMO).
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