Well as they say, a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, so I'll rewatch this enjoyable season.
That was my 2¢
--BigCamera4892 a/k/a BigC a/k/a BC
I LOVED Britney's New Look and thought it was friggin awesome and the only episode that I can say out of ALL of the seasons that I was sorta 'eh' on was the Jackovasaurs.
Were they wrong to finish what they started with George Lucas and Spielberg? I figure they were putting a resolution to the plot point by putting their a%$es behind bars at the end, and in their own world that they have created they have allowed theirselves and those who grew up on those movies (children of the '80's) a little justice.
In short, I am loving Season 12 and don't really get what you're saying.
death9999 wrote:Season 12 is not the worst by far.. Season 2 was terrible. Trey and Matt hate it themselves.
Imaginationland? That didnt do anything for you?
More Crap? episode was a classic.
I'm stunned, more crap a classic? please kill yourself
i lovvvvvved everythang of dis season
it was awesome expecially,Britney,And the Undgroundable
the only one i didnt care for was The Aids one because it bored me a bit
but i still lovvve it
Na, Super Fun Time, Major Boobage, Tonsil Trouble, The Ungroundable, and Breast Cancer Show ever are all unoriginal. Each of those make fun of some current event right?
There's nothing wrong with season 12. I think the kids just need the drama so they pretend South Park sucks now.
Eather that or whenever an episode is not up to par there are several threads about how the episode suck.
My point is, that these types of threads now have very low value to me and doesn't change my opinion over how much the season "sucked" or "kicked ass".
CartmanMills wrote:See, I never used to mind that they did references except it's now become unfunny to the point that I barely smile. It's probably down to Trey and Matt knowing that whatever they produce, people will like it. It's almost knee-jerk comedy now.. or so it seems. "Let's put that on, that's funny!" - when, looking at the old seasons, there used to be alot of thought process behind the comedy and writing.
Did you know they came up with the Terri Schiavo episode by thinking "What's happening in the news right now?" I'm pretty damn sure the old episodes didn't have too much thought into them. Matt and Trey just thought, "What's happening in the news right now?" and they'd make an episode on it. That's what they do now but with movies, making it so the plots can be more interesting, and so the show is less preachy. They actually stopped the political sh*t in season 11, yet people say it was a legendary season, then they rip on season 12 for not being political. Now that this has become more clear; however, people say that they want it to go back to the way it was...because...drama is needed. There's actually nothing wrong with season 12, at all. I'd challenge someone to tell me otherwise.
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