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KurtPikachu2001

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« Reply #720 on: 10-21-2006 18:44 »

Better than last week's episode.  I could see Ike has better character development in this episode, besides being the baby who keeps saying, "I pooped my pants".   Hilarious episode!  I liked the Dog the Bounty Hunter parody, and Cartman's theme song.  The way Trey and Matt rip on current events is just brilliant!  I give this episode 5/5. 
Nurdbot

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« Reply #721 on: 10-21-2006 19:52 »

By the way, Isn't this the last contracted series with Comedy Central?

What is going to happens afterwards? They calling it a day and moving to greener pastures?
tyraniak

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« Reply #722 on: 10-21-2006 21:24 »

They actually did expand the contract to 12 seasons, so the show will at least be around until 2008/2009, more or less the time Futurama comes back
Nurdbot

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« Reply #723 on: 10-21-2006 22:56 »

Ah. Thanks for the snappy answer. Have a Nurdysnack.
tyraniak

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« Reply #724 on: 10-22-2006 00:42 »

Thanks, that was yummy
Beamer

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« Reply #725 on: 10-23-2006 01:20 »

New episode info:

 
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From tomorrow's Comedy Central Press Release:
The Residents of Hell rise up on All Hallows Eve in an all-new episode of "South Park" on Wednesday, October 25 at 10:00 P.M. on Comedy Central


Satan is throwing the biggest Halloween costume party ever in an all-new "South Park" entitled, "Hell on Earth 2006," premiering Wednesday, October 25 at 10:00 p.m. on Comedy Central. And no one will be admitted without a wristband.

Satan is busy checking the R.S.V.P. list and deciding what costume to wear to the big event. Every detail must be perfect for the prince of darkness. But even Satan can’t foresee everything. A prominent religious organization, an ex-lover and the antics of the most notorious serial killers of all time threaten Satan’s fun.

Hmmm... quite a surprise, given that we haven't had a Halloween-themed episode since Season 3, and Satan hasn't really had a central role in an episode since Season 4. I also wonder how this'll turn out given Satan's new look from Best Friends Forever. Hopefully, the "ex-lover" thing won't be played the same way it was in Do the Handicapped Go to Hell and Probably, though I'll admit, I am looking forward to seeing Saddam again if is is indeed him. Could be Chris or Kevin though, or maybe even someone else. And lastly, I hope the boys make an appearance - this'd be the second episode this season without them, and  that's just a little too weird for my liking. Looking forward to it, but still pretty conflicted at the moment.
tyraniak

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« Reply #726 on: 10-23-2006 11:56 »

I'm definitely looking for ward for this one, it's been way too long for a Halloween episode of SP
Beamer

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« Reply #727 on: 10-26-2006 10:18 »

Hell on Earth 2006

Wow... that was... strange. I don't even know where to begin. Definitely one of the more out-there storylines they've done (possibly even more than A Million Little Fibers), but what the hell, it was a funny idea and they made it work for the most part. And very appropriate for their 150th episode, too.

Firstly, it was great to see the show have not one but TWO sub-plots among the main storyline with Satan - AND have them all connected. Satan acting like a spoiled teenager was hilarious, the jokes about how fixated he was on such insignificant things while trying to remain evil never got old (though Satan's character certainly has changed, and not just physically, either).

The Biggie Smalls sub-plot with Butters was cute, and had quite a few funny moments, as did the Three Murderers thing, which they ended just as it was starting to get dull, so good move there. And the Steve Irwin joke wasn't too bad (though having him actually have the stingray still in his chest seemed a bit too far) - definitely bound to offend some people, though.

Overall, a really silly episode... The second one we've had this season, too, but this one was actually funny and enjoyable. I don't mind things like this providing they're occassional novelties and are done right, and it definitely worked here.

8/10
tyraniak

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« Reply #728 on: 10-26-2006 12:19 »

I also thought it was a good episode, I like how Satan was back to being a goofy moron, I didn't like in "Best Friends Forever" he was all smart and evil, I also thought the 3 murderers was pretty funny
newhook_1

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« Reply #729 on: 10-26-2006 14:22 »

I liked it. Randy Marsh is gold as awalys. I like how they included the boys even though it would have been easy enough not to use them.

My favourite joke was Hitler as the "Can you hear me now?" guy.
Cream puffs

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« Reply #730 on: 10-26-2006 18:15 »

 
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Originally posted by tyraniak:
I also thought it was a good episode, I like how Satan was back to being a goofy moron, I didn't like in "Best Friends Forever" he was all smart and evil, I also thought the 3 murderers was pretty funny

yeah that was great. I hope they continue with that story lol
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« Reply #731 on: 10-26-2006 20:14 »
« Last Edit on: 10-26-2006 20:14 »

Yesss, My Super Serial Sweet Sixteen parody!
I despise that show with a Sith-like passion.

Let's watch, shall we?

Edit: YES!! Brilliant, thank you Matt and Trey!  laff
Spy

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« Reply #732 on: 10-27-2006 08:05 »

Man that episode was just awful. I expected a lot more from this one. The only thing that made me laugh was Biggie Smalls. 1/5 just awful.
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« Reply #733 on: 10-27-2006 09:58 »

Did you guys ever see the show they were taking the piss of?
Spy, you and Beamer maybe don't get it in Oz?
(You're lucky, it's despicable) http://www.avclub.com/content/node/48708
Nurdbot

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« Reply #734 on: 10-27-2006 10:23 »

Oh sweet god holy jesus!  puke

Now THAT IS offensive.
homerjaysimpson

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« Reply #735 on: 10-27-2006 15:13 »

 
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Originally posted by Spy:
Man that episode was just awful. I expected a lot more from this one. The only thing that made me laugh was Biggie Smalls. 1/5 just awful.

I have to agree with you on that. Last weeks show was pretty weak too. Three Stooges parodies have been done to death.



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Nerd-o-rama

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« Reply #736 on: 10-27-2006 16:35 »
« Last Edit on: 10-27-2006 16:35 »

I enjoyed it, just for the sheer wrongness of the Three Murders.  Sure, Stooges parodies have been done to death, but have any others had that much gore?

I didn't really like Satan in this episode, though.  Sure, he learned his lesson at the end, and I get the parody now, but...is it wrong to say Satan is one of my favorite characters, and I just felt bad for what the script did to him?

Man, I feel evil now.

Other characters, like Butters and Randy, were surprisingly well-used for a minor-character-centric episode.  I also liked the priests.

"But oi am the Crocodile Hunter!"
"Oh, sorry, I didn't know.  But in that case, no costume.  Bye!"

3/5
KurtPikachu2001

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« Reply #737 on: 10-28-2006 18:23 »

Great episode!  The subplot about summoning Biggie Smalls went a little overboard, though.  I liked how Bundy, Gacy, and Dohmer acted like The Three Stooges, Hitler as the 'Can You Hear Me Now" guy, and the priests were cool, too!  Though, it surprised me when Steve Irwin was there, it's been weeks since he died. 

It was funny how Satan started acting like a spoiled teenager.  Best Halloween episode ever!  I give it 4/5. 
Beamer

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« Reply #738 on: 10-29-2006 23:13 »

 
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From tomorrow's Comedy Central Press Release:
Cartman's latest obsession is literally killing him in an all-new episode of "South Park" on Wednesday, November 1 at 10:00 P.M. on Comedy Central


Cartman’s plan to propel himself into the future goes horribly wrong in an all-new “South Park” entitled, “Go God Go,” premiering Wednesday, November 1 at 10:00 p.m. on Comedy Central. South Park Elementary faces strong opposition to the topic of evolution being taught to the 4th graders. The most vocal protests are from Ms. Garrison who has to teach it. Eric Cartman can’t be bothered with what’s going on in class. He’s busy manipulating his own personal time-line to align with the precise release date of the newest, hottest game.

South Park did attempted time travel in Season 4, and The Simpsons has already covered the subjects of evolution vs creationism and videogame obsession (same with South Park - multiple times - on the latter). Let's hope they find some new angles on them.
Gopher

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« Reply #739 on: 10-30-2006 16:24 »

Nobody mentioned my favorite gag from the whole episode...

"If you're dressed like the Crow, you're not getting into the party!"

bankrupt

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« Reply #740 on: 10-30-2006 23:00 »

I enjoyed the episode, but it wasn't up to the level of the first three which were quite good.  The serial killer bit with lots of random murder had me laughing.  It probably would have been better if I knew what they were parodying from the beginning.  A buddy of mine had to fill me in about part way through.  Still, I don't feel bad that I've never seen that show on MTV.  It sounds like you could only get dumber by watching it.
soylentOrange

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« Reply #741 on: 11-01-2006 22:34 »

great episode!  Even though I'm scarred for life after seeing Ms. Garrison's breasts on live television I still think this was one of the best episodes of the season.  Sea otters with laser guns are taking over the world.  How awesome is that?

"You don't believe in giant flying spaghetti monsters, do you?"
CrapBag

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« Reply #742 on: 11-01-2006 22:48 »

There was a pretty strong A story in my opinion.
The whole Ms. Garrison story with evolution was pretty lame. His breasts make me want to vomit.
I liked the sorta futurama reference when he gets to the future, and they tell him his friends, family are all dead.
Overall 3.4/5
newhook_1

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« Reply #743 on: 11-02-2006 00:03 »

OMSWTFBBQWXBZ!

I think I might freeze myself until next week. I actually hope these cliffhangers become a habit, because Matt and Trey seem to be getting good at them.
tyraniak

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« Reply #744 on: 11-02-2006 00:18 »

I liked Garrison's speach about the fish-squirrel having butt sex with a monkey
Spy

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« Reply #745 on: 11-02-2006 03:02 »

Ok the episode was ok at the beggining but then it got ridiculously farfetched and stupid to a point where I don't give a shit about part 2. Cartoon Wars had an interesting and entertaining cliffhanger this was just incredibly moronic and could've been written by a twelve year old.

2.5/5
Beamer

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« Reply #746 on: 11-02-2006 09:29 »
« Last Edit on: 11-02-2006 09:29 »

Duh Spy, that's the point!   tongue

Firstly, oh my god. I am LOVING the direction they're taking South Park in now. After an average 9th season and a weak first half this season, they are back in full swing, and it's brilliant! A bit of a strange move for a show that only had 2 two-parters in its first 9 years to suddenly do two of them in one season - but then again, they're getting so good at them, I don't care. Just look at how good Cartoon Wars was.

Anyway, I found this episode really good (despite the strange title - Part II??? Though I'm sure that'll be explained next week). I'm surprised at some of the bad reviews it's gotten... Granted, the plot was kinda ridiculous, but, god, it's South Park! At this point, Cartman's storyline really could go either way, but I definitely loved the sea otter twist.

Another great plus was seeing Professor Chaos and General Disarray again. Hah, they've gotten even MORE pathetic! Mrs. Garrison certainly stole the show in this episode, though. I could not stop laughing at the scene where she was throwing her feces - PRICELESS. Same goes for the speech on evolution, too. Glad to see the pure craziness of the character's still there after the sex change (if anything, it's gotten even more intense). Though please, let's not expose her breasts on this show EVER again. *shudders*

Overall, a good episode with a lot of laughs and an interesting storyline. As an atheist myself, I'd been wondering when our turn to be mocked relentlessly on the show would come around, and I was NOT disappointed. It could go anywhere from here, let's hope the second part is up to the same quality as the rest of this run has been.   smile

8.5/10
~FazeShift~

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« Reply #747 on: 11-02-2006 12:57 »

Heheh, crazy cryogenic Cartman fanboyism, cyber-soldier otters, Garrison buttsecks, Flying Spaghetti Monster:
Awesome.  big grin
bankrupt

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« Reply #748 on: 11-02-2006 13:38 »

Hilarious episode.  The Buck Rogers bit was enough to get this one a good grade from me.  The rest of it was pretty good, too.
LayZ341

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« Reply #749 on: 11-02-2006 17:18 »

That episode was crazy, the scene with the "monkey hole sex" had me rollin'.  I liked the futuristic head exploding darts too.
Nerd-o-rama

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« Reply #750 on: 11-03-2006 03:14 »

Things I approve of:

Professor Chaos and General Disarray
"New New Hampshire"
Sea Otters!
Flying Spaghetti Monster
Poop-flinging
Those head-exploder guns

Things I do not approve of:

Mrs. Garrison's boobs.  Never, ever again.
Lack of Demolition Man references
Spy

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« Reply #751 on: 11-03-2006 05:02 »

 
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Originally posted by Beamer:
Hell on Earth 2006


 And the Steve Irwin joke wasn't too bad (though having him actually have the stingray still in his chest seemed a bit too far) - definitely bound to offend some people, though.


8/10

It will probably shit australians and be cut out of the episode. The episodes could even possibly be cut just like when they cut Bloody Mary and never showed it. I'm glad I download my episodes.
homerjaysimpson

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« Reply #752 on: 11-08-2006 00:50 »

Because nobody posted this yet:

From tomorrow's Comedy Central Press Release:
Cartman's crank calling himself from the future in an all-new episode of "South Park" on Wednesday, November 8 at 10:00 P.M. on Comedy Central


Cartman's stuck in a future where otters ride ostriches in an all-new "South Park" entitled, "Go God Go XII" premiering Wednesday, November 8 at 10:00 p.m. on Comedy Central.
Last week Eric Cartman froze himself in an attempt to make his three-week wait for a hot, new, gaming device pass quickly. A freak accident landed him over 500 years in the future and now he's stuck there. The future is a tumultuous place with warring factions, angry sea otters and no Nintendo. Will Cartman find a way back to his own time?

tyraniak

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« Reply #753 on: 11-09-2006 01:30 »

Funny episode, I really enjoyed Cartman's time travel phone
Beamer

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« Reply #754 on: 11-09-2006 08:16 »

This episode was alright, though I personally preferred Part 1. My main issue is that it fully focussed on the storyline with Cartman in the future - centering on a storyline that wasn't completely established, and never really became that engaging. The otters had completely lost their impact since last week, too. An interesting depiction of the future, but it was just like "Yeah... And...?"

Overall, an average episode. Some spectacular visuals at times, but not a lot of laughs, and it just seemed to drag on. However, the final joke in the episode WAS hilarious. Cartman never learns.  big grin

7/10

By the way, the otters were right - A.A.A. IS the best.
BeanBeanBean!

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« Reply #755 on: 11-09-2006 11:47 »



"C'mon , let's fuck to celebrate!"
homerjaysimpson

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« Reply #756 on: 11-09-2006 14:56 »

Too bad evolution had nothing to do with part two.   frown
RabidPixy

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« Reply #757 on: 11-09-2006 14:57 »

Can somebody help my find a picture for my avatar?
I need a picture from this week's South Park episode. can anybody find me a picture of the Garrison painting from the future?

Thanks.
Nerd-o-rama

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« Reply #758 on: 11-09-2006 15:00 »
« Last Edit on: 11-09-2006 15:00 »

While you're at it, could you get me a picture of the Sea Otter leader?

I enjoyed the episode, although like Beamer I'd have liked to see the "present" storyline continue to run concurrently.
CrapBag

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« Reply #759 on: 11-09-2006 22:52 »

The best is when Cartman realizes how much of an asshole he is. Well, I don't think he really noticed, but it was hillarious hearing him say "What an asshole!" to him self.
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