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soylentOrange

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« #160 : 10-03-2007 21:26 »

meh.  Tonight's episode was... alright.  I chuckled a couple of times, but the humor just wasn't on par with the episodes from last season.  Let's hope this episode isn't representative of the whole season.
Beamer

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« #161 : 10-03-2007 22:17 »
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It wasn't bad, but definitely the weakest episode of Season 11 so far. Let's hope things improve. The first half of this season set a pretty good standard.
tyraniak

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« #162 : 10-03-2007 22:40 »

pretty mediocre, the only thing I liked is how they had Butters pull his pants way down when he peed
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« #163 : 10-04-2007 06:21 »

 
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Originally posted by tyraniak:
pretty mediocre, the only thing I liked is how they had Butters pull his pants way down when he peed
Can't believe that's still getting laughs, he's done it, what, 4 or 5 times now?
Juliet

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« #164 : 10-04-2007 12:38 »

It was a funny episode. I like the little boy with tourettes. Aww they should keep him because he was good. Also I like the bit where Carman could not control shouting out his honest confession. Is it just me that is sick of the pedo issues/jokes in this show?
newhook_1

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« #165 : 10-04-2007 19:04 »
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It was an alright episode. Like I said earlier, it was a pretty by the numbers affair, but it had its moments.

"Piss out my asshole!"
homerjaysimpson

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« #166 : 10-05-2007 10:37 »

The Chris Hanson thing is kinda old.
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« #167 : 10-06-2007 03:12 »

Have you notice the Super Adventure Club guy poster stand in the toy store?
KurtPikachu2001

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« #168 : 10-06-2007 15:14 »

This was a fairly good episode.  Not great.  The only thing I didn't like was how Kyle got accused of being a bully whilst trying to expose Cartman.

I give it 3/5. 
Juliet

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« #169 : 10-08-2007 16:14 »

New episode is a Randy one yay!
Spy

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« #170 : 10-09-2007 02:01 »

1109 - More Crap
Airdate: 2007-10-10 
Randy becomes South Park's home-town hero when the guys down at the local bar see the size of his most recent crap. Randy contacts a society that keeps track of the world record, thinking his masterpiece would definitely be a contender.

Sorry but I'm not even remotely optimistic that this is going to be good. It seems the last three seasons have just been episodes using Randy Marsh as the moron fall guy and it's getting old. The series can continue to thrive if they stop focusing on current events week in week out, using the same formulas with characters like Cartman, Stan etc and STOP overussing Randy Marsh! I mean maybe if they revisit their excellent past they can include more Jimbo, Ned, Officer Barbrady, etc.
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« #171 : 10-10-2007 21:46 »

I actually really enjoyed that, as stupid as it was. The Bono video was spot-on, I loved the fact that the males were so deeply involved yet the females didn't give a crap (pun not intended), and the ending with the Emmy was priceless. Far from brilliant or anything, but still, really amusing and a step up from last week's.  :)
tyraniak

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« #172 : 10-10-2007 22:56 »

Loved the smile on Randy's face when he looked at the sonograph of his crap
KurtPikachu2001

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« #173 : 10-11-2007 09:06 »

The episode was okay.  Not great.  It had it's moments.  Could've used Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny, though.  The rips on Bono were funny.  However, not as good as last week's episode. I give it 3/5. 
Juliet

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« #174 : 10-11-2007 13:39 »

Was ok. Like Beamer said I liked the Emmy bit in the end.
soylentOrange

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« #175 : 10-11-2007 16:57 »

It was a piece of crap.

(Sorry, I just had to say it.  The pun was too tempting to ignore)

Actually, I thought it was farily decent.  Still not as good as the stuff from the frist half of the season, but better than last week's episode.
Nasty Pasty

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« #176 : 10-11-2007 17:22 »

Meh.

6/10
homerjaysimpson

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« #177 : 10-11-2007 17:29 »

The episode was really gross and crappy.
Kryten

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« #178 : 10-11-2007 19:12 »

I liked this better when it was called "every single episode of South Park that mocks a celebrity Matt and Trey hate".
newhook_1

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« #179 : 10-11-2007 22:00 »

I'm not sure if I hated it or if it was brilliant.
IamBender

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« #180 : 10-16-2007 17:57 »

the 'petit' episode sure made me appreciate the movie swearing.

just terrible

homerjaysimpson

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« #181 : 10-17-2007 23:19 »

The Imaginationland episode is kinda meh... it's going to be a 3 part episode. Maybe the next part will be better. Butters was really funny.
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« #182 : 10-18-2007 02:24 »

I have no idea where they're going with Imaginationland, but, if last year's two-parters were anything to go by, it should be really good. Quite an ambitious storyline from Matt and Trey, I must say.
soylentOrange

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« #183 : 10-18-2007 11:41 »

I'm not sure whether I liked it or not.  I guess I'll just have to see the next part...
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« #184 : 10-18-2007 11:51 »

I thoroughly enjoyed the Imaginationland episode. Can't wait til next week's...
tyraniak

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« #185 : 10-18-2007 22:12 »

loved the Rambo style ending
Officer 1BDI

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« #186 : 10-19-2007 09:14 »

I loved this episode, even if they did beat the crap out of a ridiculous number of my childhood icons.  I can't wait until the next part. 

Incidentally, Comedy Central keeps calling it a two-parter, but in the beginning of the episode they called it a trilogy.  Does anyone know how many episodes are going to make up this storyline?)
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« #187 : 10-19-2007 09:24 »

Was anybody else thinking through the M. Night Shammaloancleonaersonalon scene about the Robot Chicken "What a Tweest" segments?

I believe, par what it said in the beginning of the episode, that this is a three-parter. Could be very funny.
Kryten

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« #188 : 10-19-2007 11:25 »

The Michael Bay scene was so dead-on it's scary.

And we got insane Mel Gibson again!
newhook_1

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« #189 : 10-19-2007 12:46 »

If this is a 3 parter, we're basically getting another South Park Movie.
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« #190 : 10-19-2007 17:03 »
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The episode was really really good. I love all of the characters from Imaginationland. Mel Gibson was really really funny and it was good to see him again

Nasty Pasty

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« #191 : 10-19-2007 17:08 »

 
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Originally posted by newhook_1:
If this is a 3 parter, we're basically getting another South Park Movie.

Hey, I ain't complaining!
Juliet

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« #192 : 10-20-2007 03:32 »
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didn't  they do a three parter with the meteor shower episodes?
KurtPikachu2001

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« #193 : 10-20-2007 14:52 »

Yes, the meteor shower episode(s) were a trillogy.  I watched the Imaginationland episode on Thursday.   I got to say, it's a good episode so far.  However, as much as I like Cartman, it gets tiresome seeing him try to one-up Kyle all the time.   Other than that, good episode.  Hope the other two episodes will be cool. 

I agree with Newhook that it's like having another South Park movie. 
Juliet

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« #194 : 10-21-2007 15:22 »

Here is a question that will get you thinking,

Do you think Cartman has a secret love for Kyle?
handSTAND

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« #195 : 10-21-2007 15:44 »

 
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Originally posted by Juliet:
Here is a question that will get you thinking,

Do you think Cartman has a secret love for Kyle?


So yer gay huh.
Kryten

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« #196 : 10-21-2007 17:47 »

 
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Originally posted by handSTAND:
 
So yer gay huh.

You know what they say about people who are always accusing other people of being gay, don't you?
soylentOrange

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« #197 : 10-21-2007 19:37 »

 
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Do you think Cartman has a secret love for Kyle?
Now that could make an interesting episode...
km73

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« #198 : 10-21-2007 19:38 »

 
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Originally posted by Juliet:
Do you think Cartman has a secret love for Kyle?

I haven't watched South Park in a while, but i think Cartman is a character much like Bender. Huge jackass in some episodes, not as much in others. Cartman, Bender and Stewie all have a lot in common, but Bender is by far the most nuanced of the three.
Gopher

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« #199 : 10-21-2007 20:43 »

Kryten: The logic there gets a bit recursive, though... because you were basically suggesting he was gay, which would make you gay too.

Oh, damn; now I'm gay.
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