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TheLampIncident

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« Reply #480 on: 04-20-2004 19:35 »

 
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i thought the "Weapons" episode was awesome.  I loved it when Kenny threw a chinese star in Butter's eye, and they tried to dress him up like a dog to take him to the vet.

"Aw he ran away...well, I'll just kill this dog instead..."
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« Reply #481 on: 04-20-2004 20:39 »

 
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I missed the beginning of the robot episode, why was Cartman living with Butters?

Maybe that Lemiwinks episode was a joke, like the Cartman's father episode. 

Cartman was pretending to be a robot called Awesom-O sent from Japan so he could spy on Butters and find out his secrets, then exploit them to everyone.

I think the Lemmiwinks episode might be true. I mean, it was supposed to be an Easter special - and you can't show an Easter episode 2 weeks after Easter. Maybe Matt & Trey are still doing the Lemmiwinks episode, but they're just re-working it to remove all the Easter elements?

... Or maybe they're just screwing with the fans.    tongue
Nasty Pasty

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« Reply #482 on: 04-20-2004 21:32 »

Probably the latter.
EvilLunch

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« Reply #483 on: 04-21-2004 15:49 »

[scruffy] Second. [/Scruffy]

Oh, if you think that episode's real, that's ignorant.. you're ignorant..
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« Reply #484 on: 04-21-2004 17:18 »

I don't belive anything Matt or Trey say any more. With them it's best to take a "I'll beleive it when I see it approach." I still doubt the existance of their "Team America" movie, though I really hope that they are making it.
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« Reply #485 on: 04-21-2004 22:17 »

Didn't they take a 7 month break from the show last year to supposedly work on it?

Oh, and I just saw AWESOM-O. Fucking hilarious episode - definately one of the best Butters/Cartman-centred episodes ever made. It actually reminded me a lot of Towelie, how the whole episode got ridiculously out of hand. Really fun episode to watch, and just proves why Butters is such an awesome character.  smile
newhook_1

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« Reply #486 on: 04-22-2004 02:00 »
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Dude, "The Jeffersons" is easily one of my all time favorite episodes. It has everything that makes an episode of South Park great (In spoilers for those who haven't seen it):


The only thing missing was Butters, but because they got just about everything right, that is forgivable 
fryfanSpyOrama

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« Reply #487 on: 04-22-2004 10:50 »
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I loved the "Jefferson" episode just as well.  It is a true example of social commentary.
homerjaysimpson

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« Reply #488 on: 04-22-2004 11:04 »

I hate the Jefferson episode. The jokes in the episode seem kinda old to me.
DELTAWOLF

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« Reply #489 on: 04-22-2004 11:08 »

Funny!!!
TheLampIncident

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« Reply #490 on: 04-22-2004 14:38 »

The Kenny thing completely threw me off, and Stan's dream was funny as well...maybe a callback to the Flashbacks episode? Good overall.
Shadowstar

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« Reply #491 on: 04-22-2004 17:40 »

HA! "The Jeffersons" was great. It always seems like that when South Park makes a point about a real issue, it makes more sense than any other news testimonies on it put together. This ep was no different. Jackson doesn't molest kids, he's just really really really messed up. This also landmarks the first time we've seen Kenny sans his parka in the series. He was seen without it in the movie and spoke, and was voiced by Mike Judge. Any guess on who did his voice now? Did Matt, who normally voices Kenny, do it, or someone else?
Also, it seems like every season there's one horrible episode and the rest are good or really good. Season 5's was "Proper Condom Use." Season 6's was "Red Sleigh Down." Season 7 had two, "I'm a Little Bit Country" and "Red Man's Greed." This season had "Up the Down Steroid." Now that the one bad one is out of the way, it looks like smooth hilarious sailing for season 8.
TheLampIncident

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« Reply #492 on: 04-22-2004 18:47 »

 
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Also, it seems like every season there's one horrible episode and the rest are good or really good. Season 5's was "Proper Condom Use."

You must be on crack if you didn't like this one. But then again, I have a friend who doesn't like the Scott Tenorman episode, which I could never understand because that episode was a light from above. The worst one was definetely that stupid Terrance and Philip "Behind The Blow" thing.
Shadowstar

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« Reply #493 on: 04-22-2004 18:52 »

Hell no! That one was great! Terrance and Philip are up there on my favorite characters list. I loved the flashback on Terrance and Philip's life, and the Canadian version of Hamlet, and the Earth Day people hypnotizing people into believe that the Earth is in danger because of the Republicans. Sex ed was something I always knew South Park would do, and I just didn't think it was that funny. And I refuse to watch it at all now thanks to that goddamn sex scene with Mackey and Choksondik. What happened? He was my favorite character!
EvilLunch

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« Reply #494 on: 04-22-2004 18:58 »

That was somehow one of the most heartwarming episodes I've ever seen and yet will probably give me more nightmares than any other episode has. SHAMONYA-!
I liked how most things were played straight.. How not every segment ended with a snappy joke, and the episode closed with true resolution without irony or sarcasm for once, but STILL it was the most hilarious thing I'd seen in a long time. And the touch of the Thriller jacket= Perfect.
Oh, Kenny. So adorable..
[BTW, he looks taller and broader without the parka on. Almost like he's a few years older than the other boys. Wierd.]
Lrrr_2004
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« Reply #495 on: 04-22-2004 21:12 »

Haven't seen The Jeffersons yet.  Plus you must have been a flamming retarded shit faced cock master to not have loved Red Sleigh Down.
starone

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« Reply #496 on: 04-22-2004 22:42 »

For some reason I imagined Kenny with orange hair.

I really liked this episode. All the trademark sounds "Mr. Jefferson" made were hilarious.

Also did anyone notice that they didn't really refer to him as Michael Jackson? Blanket was about to say his name but "Jefferson" quickly changed it.
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« Reply #497 on: 04-22-2004 22:46 »

I didn't particularly care for last night's episode.  I think this was the weakest one this season by far.  Michael Jackson's mannerisms, the balcony baby part, and the Kenny part were pretty funny, but these moments were spread out too far.  I didn't find the filler between, especially the subplot of the police looking to frame rich black guys, to be that good.  I don't know, a lot it almost seemed too obvious to be funny.

I wish they would have touched on the Michael Jackson court appearance where he started dancing in the parking lot afterwards.  That would have been good.

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« Reply #498 on: 04-23-2004 10:22 »

 
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For some reason I imagined Kenny with orange hair.

Na, if youve seen South Park the Movie Kenny has always had Yellow hair.

Lrrr_2004
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« Reply #499 on: 04-23-2004 20:17 »

Dirty yellow hair
fryfanSpyOrama

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« Reply #500 on: 04-23-2004 20:24 »
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It was weird hearing Kenny's voice. I couldn't believe that was Kenny until Stan said his line.

#500   big grin
Nasty Pasty

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« Reply #501 on: 04-24-2004 00:42 »

 
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#500    big grin

#501! OHHHHH Snap!   big grin

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« Reply #502 on: 04-24-2004 04:57 »

I thought that this episode was pretty good, there were some funny moments when Mr. 'Jefferson' came to Stan's for a slumber party and his consequent dream. The whole "police framing wealthy black guys" thing didn't really make me laugh to much. Overall pretty good but not excellent.

 
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It was weird hearing Kenny's voice. I couldn't believe that was Kenny until Stan said his line.

Same for me here.

Lrrr_2004
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« Reply #503 on: 04-24-2004 14:49 »

Haven't seen it yet!
LALALALALALALALALALA
Nasty Pasty

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« Reply #504 on: 04-24-2004 15:44 »

 
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Haven't seen it yet!
LALALALALALALALALALA

For some reason, i actually expect that to work sometimes...

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« Reply #505 on: 04-24-2004 15:52 »

the lord of the rings parady rules he-he  laff
ZombieJesus

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« Reply #506 on: 04-25-2004 13:54 »

Last ep was rather weak IMO. Cartman defending the zombie-Jefferson was surreal, even for South Park. I expected Cartman, after the police intervention, would have turned around and yelled "what a freak!"
EvilLunch

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« Reply #507 on: 04-25-2004 14:39 »
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But even if he were a freak, Cartman would still want to be his buddy for his toys. Cartman has very few scruples... As evidenced by the eating the parents episode. He'll do ANYTHING and befriend ANYONE to get what he wants, in this case cotton candy and a choo choo.
Nasty Pasty

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« Reply #508 on: 04-26-2004 15:21 »

 
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But even if he were a freak, Cartman would still want to be his buddy for his toys. Cartman has very few scruples... As evidenced by the eating the parents episode. He'll do ANYTHING and befriend ANYONE to get what he wants, in this case cotton candy and a choo choo.

"I'm sorry. Eric is still supposed to be grounded for trying to exterminate the Jews last week"

Shadowstar

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« Reply #509 on: 04-26-2004 15:25 »

Last episode for this run of shows is this Wednesday. Season 8 continues in October, I believe.
Episode 806: Wetbacks From the Future
Humans from the year 4035 are arriving in droves. South Park gets a little too crowded when people from the future arrive through a recently discovered time portal. When the boys try to earn some extra money, the time immigrants, who are willing to do the same work for next to nothing, take their jobs.
Nasty Pasty

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« Reply #510 on: 04-26-2004 18:10 »

I dunno, that new episode seems kinda.....

(to quote Awesomo) LAME!!!!
EvilLunch

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« Reply #511 on: 04-26-2004 18:12 »

Yes. Rather lame. But many of the other episodes in this run looked lame but turned out to be, shall we say, sweeeeet.
starone

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« Reply #512 on: 04-26-2004 19:27 »

By the way, does anyone notice they haven't used Pip, the little british kid everyone hates anymore.
"I bet I can spit the most on him"
*spits*
"I bet I can spit in his hair"
*spits*
"Oh good show, a little futher and you got it"

Shadowstar

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« Reply #513 on: 04-26-2004 19:30 »

Funny you should mention that. Trey and Matt were talking on the commentaries on how characters sort of come and go or get replaced. And they pointed out that originally Pip was the kid who everyone hated and got picked on, and then it switched to Butters. I don't think Pip's said a word since "Professor Chaos."
TheLampIncident

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« Reply #514 on: 04-26-2004 19:33 »

Isn't one run of shows a season? How can they make two separate runs of shows and have that be a season?
starone

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« Reply #515 on: 04-26-2004 19:36 »

I guess even Matt and Trey hate Pip. Poor Pip, I always felt sorry for him.
EvilLunch

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« Reply #516 on: 04-26-2004 21:58 »
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I loved Pip so... I love Butters just as much, but I think the "Great Expectations" episode is quite an underrated and underplayed masterpiece.. And I also have come to believe that Butters is wearing out his welcome. Back in the 'era' of Nambla, Maury Povich and The Butters Show, he was very likeable and developed his own personality beyond having the occasional generic gag line[Most notably, "Aww.. She sure is," from the episode wth the home schooled kids, an episode much like Great Expectations in the shocking level of literacy displayed in much of its humor]. As much as I love Professor Chaos[and the Simpsons Did It sequence], that's when things starting getting a little old. He's had some great moments in the last season, but when you count getting an eye gouged out as a 'great moment', something can't be right. He, Kenny, Pip and others live for abuse; but, just as Matt and Trey got rather tired of killing Kenny, so I suspect they will tire of poor Leonard Stodge.

EDIT: Goddamn, that was pretentious. Uh.. Uhm.. Who's for putting a gerbil up Pip's bum?
starone

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« Reply #517 on: 04-26-2004 22:33 »

Also in "the Jeffersons" did anyone get the point Stan made when he told Kenny:

"whatever dude at least you finally get to do something"
Nasty Pasty

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« Reply #518 on: 04-26-2004 23:01 »

that kenny hasnt really done anything big since he came back after dying?
bankrupt

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« Reply #519 on: 04-27-2004 08:36 »

I think the new episode sounds like it could be good.  As a working person who's always worried about being laid off, I'm interested to see what they do with the job export subject.
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