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Spy

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« Reply #200 on: 10-12-2005 04:17 »

It's aired about three times in good ol Aus.
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« Reply #201 on: 10-12-2005 06:16 »
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Whoa, really? It airs in Canada everytime they run through season 6(they usually go through all the previous seasons in order from monday to thrusday, while airing an episode from the current one on Friday.) Probably because if anyone gets offended by anything in Canada, we maple syrup and feather them.

The commentary for the episode mostly consisted of Matt and Trey talking about their favourite bits in the episode, and talking about press release that Subway sent out after the episode aired seperating themselves from the episode.
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« Reply #202 on: 10-12-2005 19:36 »
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Originally posted by newhook_1:
Whoa, really? It airs in Canada everytime they run through season 6(they usually go through all the previous seasons in order from monday to thrusday, while airing an episode from the current one on Friday.) Probably because if anyone gets offended by anything in Canada, we maple syrup and feather them.

Hooray for Canada! I saw the first 5-10 minutes of it one of the first times I watched SP.
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« Reply #203 on: 10-12-2005 21:44 »

Wait, are the Season 6 commentaries mini-commentaries like in some of the earlier seasons, or full-length ones?
newhook_1

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« Reply #204 on: 10-13-2005 10:52 »
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Mini, but it seems like they cut right to the chase and get to more funny stories surrounding the episodes this time around. Some of the most memorible commentaries are The New Terrence and Philip Movie Trailer, Bebe's Boob Destroy Society, The Biggest Douche in the Universe, and My Future Self N' Me. That's not to say they aren't all good. In my opinion, there isn't one bad commentary in the bunch.

Anyway, has everyone seen the new syndicated intro (Click the link on the page)? Never would have thought that a syndicated introduction would have been my favourite.

If it won't load for you, think of the introduction for seasons 1, 2, and 3 with improved animation, elements from seasons 1-8, and the actual music from the season 7-9 intro.
KurtPikachu2001

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« Reply #205 on: 10-13-2005 16:02 »

I heard somewhere that Trey Parker and Matt Stone based the characters Stan and Kyle on themselves when they were kids.  Stan is based on Trey, and Kyle is based on Matt.  Also, in case nobody knew, Trey Parker grew up in Conifer Colorado and Matt Stone was born in Texas, don't remember what town, though.   Also, is there any info that Matt Stone had an adopted younger brother in real life?  That still remains a mystery to me.
DotheBartman

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« Reply #206 on: 10-13-2005 16:18 »

^Yeah, I think most people here knew that stuff...

I always love the Colorado references though.  The coolest was Casa Bonita, since that actual restaurant is maybe....ten or fifteen minutes walking distance away from my school.  I think it was the recent one with Jimmy where they also referenced an actual street in Denver where in fact hookers can usually be found.

Newhook, what do they say on the "Free Hat" (other then in the clip online) and "Simpsons Already Did it" commentaries?  Just curious.
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« Reply #207 on: 10-13-2005 17:09 »
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They talk about a letter Speilberg sent them, and how it is quite possible that the episode convinced him not to remake (or "Fuck up" as they put it) Raiders of the Lost Ark. There was a little about how accurate the E.T. trailer was before the online clip kicks in as well.

To the best of my recolection The Simpsons Already Did It commentary was mostly about other ideas that they found out the Simpsons already did, and how they actually feel most of the time that it happens.
Spy

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« Reply #208 on: 10-13-2005 18:09 »
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Originally posted by DotheBartman:
  I think it was the recent one with Jimmy where they also referenced an actual street in Denver where in fact hookers can usually be found.


Jimmy gets a boner was kind of a farfetched episode. Jimmy trying to root his hooker while pimps come after him. I hope the new episodes are better. Isn't it a few weeks away?
DotheBartman

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« Reply #209 on: 10-13-2005 23:24 »
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Jimmy gets a boner was kind of a farfetched episode.

And a child dying every week isn't?

But yeah, I think it starts up this Wednesday.

Oh, and thanks Newhook.

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« Reply #210 on: 10-14-2005 01:57 »

 
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Jimmy gets a boner was kind of a farfetched episode. Jimmy trying to root his hooker while pimps come after him. I hope the new episodes are better. Isn't it a few weeks away?

New episodes start October 19 (exactly one month after the new Arrested Development season began). Though I fail to see why you thought Erection Day was farfetched. Jimmy starts getting erections... yes, like a few kids that age do. He hears you have to have sex to get rid of it, and so he goes to find a prostitute. It does get a bit out of hand after that, but it's all in typical South Park fashion. No more farfetched than any other episode, really.
Spy

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« Reply #211 on: 10-14-2005 02:07 »

I didn't get boners when I was 9 though. Didn't Cartman do a scarface impression in that one?
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« Reply #212 on: 10-14-2005 02:54 »

Kids can get erections, they just don't necessarily mean the start of puberty. And hey, looking at how low the current average age for children to hit puberty now is, Jimmy doesn't seem too far off.

And yes, Cartman does a scarface impression as part of his talent show act.
DotheBartman

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« Reply #213 on: 10-14-2005 19:17 »

Also, some kids start experimenting, even masturbating sooner then age 9.  They may not fully understand it (and Jimmy obviously doesn't either, thinking he can get laid once and never have to have an erection ever again), but it does happen.  Just because you don't have that happen yourself doesn't mean it doesn't happen.

And of course the hookers thing is completely out there, but I don't think there's a single episode without at least one thing that doesn't make sense.
M0le

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« Reply #214 on: 10-14-2005 23:16 »

Speaking of Scarface, I just realized a few days ago when I re-watched 'Wing' that the scene where they enter the Chinese mansion is nearly word for word with the final scene of Scarface, right down to the weapon cabinets and "You wanna p'ray rough? R'okay!"  big grin
newhook_1

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« Reply #215 on: 10-15-2005 19:58 »

Trey and Matt were on Jimmy Kimmel last night. Tery's engaged now and the next episode will be a parody of hurricane Katrina. Sounds like it can go either way.
Spy

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« Reply #216 on: 10-15-2005 22:08 »

I watched Scarface the first time a few weeks ago. Top film.
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« Reply #217 on: 10-15-2005 23:55 »

New episode info from South Park Studios:

 
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908: "Two Days before the Day After Tomorrow"

A GLOBAL WARMING STATE OF EMERGENCY is declared in South Park. The world's largest beaver dam breaks and floods the adjacent town of Beaverton. As the victims wait for help to arrive, everyone in South Park tackles priority number one: who is to blame? Only Stan and Cartman know who’s really at fault.

Didn't think they'd go there, but hey, could be good. We'll just have to wait and see. Interesting there'll be two "disaster movie"-like episodes this season (the first being Die, Hippies, Die).
starone

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« Reply #218 on: 10-16-2005 03:38 »

Sounds interesting.

Anyone that has the previous season DVDs: Trey and Matt mention in the first of the season 6 commentaries that they were shortening them even more because people were getting annoyed with them. Is that true or just a joke on their part?
Spy

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« Reply #219 on: 10-16-2005 03:55 »

Really does sound like a cliched storyline.
M0le

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« Reply #220 on: 10-17-2005 00:53 »

And 'Die, Hippies, Die' wasn't?
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« Reply #221 on: 10-17-2005 02:34 »
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Who watches South Park for non-cliched storylines in the first place, anyway?
Spy

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« Reply #222 on: 10-17-2005 04:25 »

Maybe I'm too judgemental then.
newhook_1

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« Reply #223 on: 10-19-2005 23:46 »

If you've seen The Day After Tomorrow, this was quite possibly one of the funniest spoofs ever(Not that TDAT didn't make fun of itself already), it was a nice peice of satire as well. Favourite moment was probably when the government agent revealed what actually happened to the damn. 
Nerd-o-rama

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« Reply #224 on: 10-20-2005 02:47 »

Ahahahahahaha!

Jew gold.
Spy

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« Reply #225 on: 10-20-2005 03:50 »

That joke was hilarious. It still has his charms and Stan was once the leader in this episode because there's been many Cartman episodes. Where the fuck is Kenny?
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« Reply #226 on: 10-20-2005 08:35 »

WE DIDN'T LISTEN!
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« Reply #227 on: 10-20-2005 10:55 »

Hilarious episode. Great start to the season.
KurtPikachu2001

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« Reply #228 on: 10-20-2005 14:28 »

Scarface was an excellent film.  And the Wing episode was my favorite of last season.  I really liked last night's new episode, I liked the whole "Global Warming" thing, and how the government blamed 'Crab People' for the disaster, and the references from "The Day After Tommorow".   Awesome episode! 
newhook_1

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« Reply #229 on: 10-20-2005 15:03 »

Wait a second. Is Butters' dad's name Steve or Chris? I'm sure the other adults called him Chris in "Asspen", but here it was Steven.
Spy

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« Reply #230 on: 10-20-2005 18:03 »

^ I think I've heard both aswell. Sure blame the crab people!
Nerd-o-rama

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« Reply #231 on: 10-20-2005 18:50 »

Look like crab, talk like people.

Best callback ever.
bankrupt

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« Reply #232 on: 10-20-2005 21:24 »

I think this was a good episode overall.  The guy dying out in the street from global warming was funny as hell as were the Jew gold bits.  I didn't see "The Day After Tomorrow" so I didn't get those references.  For some reason I kept thinking you guys were talking about The Day After, the old nuclear war film.  I guess that shows my age.  It wasn't until I googled "The Day After Tomorrow" that I found out it was that shitty disaster film from last year.
starone

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« Reply #233 on: 10-20-2005 21:59 »

Heh, Cartman pulls a gun instead of a knife now.

I liked it overall, especially the guy dying from global warming and the part at the end where everyone says they broke down the dam while ignoring Stan's admissions.
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« Reply #234 on: 10-21-2005 06:29 »

The beginning was weird, seeing just Stan and Cartman.

Also, where did Kenny go in that episode? Is he still up in Heaven or what?
Spy

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« Reply #235 on: 10-21-2005 07:03 »
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I sure hope not.



I magicly made him appear all of a sudden.
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« Reply #236 on: 10-21-2005 07:47 »

Also, the 'below this line' joke was hilarious. Especially when repeated with the National Guard.
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« Reply #237 on: 10-21-2005 08:14 »

When do they replay the new episodes?
newhook_1

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« Reply #238 on: 10-21-2005 11:33 »

 
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Originally posted by Spy:
I sure hope not.



I magicly made him appear all of a sudden.

My guess is that he was in it originally, but Matt and Trey just said "Fuck it" and took him out to make the story or animation simpler.


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« Reply #239 on: 10-21-2005 13:22 »

Haha, the guy getting attacked by global warming "Blublublblblaah bllllbublbub!!"
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