And what's your favorite episode?
Mine is either Imagination Land or that one with the crazy Mel Gibson.
My favorite has to be the episode where Cartman goes back in time to witness the signing of the Declaration of Independence....
South Park is losing momentum. Hopefully they won't overstay their welcome, like the Simpsons who haven't been relevant in over 10 years...
Oh My GOD!! I own evey season on DVD and I have to say the wheel of fortune episode has to be my favorite because not only is that whole storyline HILAROIUS!!!! "The question is,People who annoy you....." I almost died laughing. But there is also the storyline wth Cartman and the midget!! To great stories in one episode! Love it!
i used to for a while, until the jokes started to repeat themselves over and over again. i usually prefer my comedies to at least try to be original. sadly, it seems for south park, they started to reuse different variations of the same joke after the second season, which totally turned me off of it. sure, there's a few episodes here and there since then that were good, but most of them just ripped off the idea of another previous episode.
I love south park, if for nothing else than their absolute lack of fear in making fun of areas which seem to be more and more swamped by politically correct **88*oles.
I've loved the show for ages. I love the fact that they hit the right and the left equally.
I never watch South Park anymore.
Watched a few episodes. When the one came up where the parents were making comedy in describing how their son might be sodomized ("over and over" as the espisode said), that ruined any possible positivity the show might ever have had.
South Park should be banned, just for that reason only. But the FCC is apparently in the pockets of libs.
I don't watch it though I have seen the clips and it's quite funny. Seems the writers are quite courageous too the latest episode makes fun of Muhammad!
http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainmen … m_rag.html
Yep, saw that on the news too.
How ironic that a Muslim bully group may have more influence with the FCC than an American citizen who protests the mockery of sodomizing a child.
That's true! O'reilly said he thought twice about reporting it. Imagine, the threat of violence from a bunch of thugs causing us to change our behaviour. Maybe that's the the Fort Hood jihadist hasn't been brought to justice yet.
well to be fair (sorry if this comes off as racist), some muslims are prone to make idle death threats and bomb people if you piss them off. i know this because my mother once worked at workers comp., where she had to deny a man's (who happened to be muslim) claim because he wasn't eligible for benefits. lets just say the guy responded to it with a death threat. As his exact words were and i quote: "You remember what happened during 9/11? That could easily happen to you!"
You see, I think it's more of the fear factor involved here. I apologize to anyone here if that came out as racist, as that's not my intent. just stating an observation while citing something that actually happened to someone i know personally.
The recent Facebook episode and Tiger Woods episodes were quite entertaining.
I love the show. The Death of Eric Cartman was probably my favorite, but Canada on Strike was also a real gem.
I think some of the episodes are funny, but I think some go too far.
i watch it sometimes.
some funny episodes are Thanksgiving at the Cartmans, the World of Warcraft episode, the one when Cartman got chickenpox, and the one with the North American Marlon Brando Look-Alikes...
i can't stand Mr. Hanky. potty humor really makes me queasy.
I'm a fan of the motion picture, in which my countrymen defend themselves valiantly in the face of hostile agression
The movie was great.
Tonight's episode was excellent. Concluded the whole Mohammad issue and touched on all sorts of their many season highlights. They finally revealed Cartman's father.
I haven't watched the show for quite a while, but being that I recently became unemployed, I could use a good laugh from some juvenile humor. Time to take another look at the South Park crew!
I just watched a couple of the South Park Christmas specials for the heck of it. One was "Critter Christmas." Where cute little forest animals were a satanic cult. And "Mr. Hanky the Christmas Poo." Both very stupid but funny.
But, I think my favorite one is the one where Paris Hilton arrives in town for the grand opening of the stupid spoiled whore store, and she has a photo album of her pets that have all committed suicide, and her dog shoots itself in her Limo, so she needs to find a new pet, and she chooses Butters and dresses him up like a bear, and tries to buy him from his parents for $250 million.
Then later on there is a "whore off" between her and Mr. Slave.
That one is great!
I also like the one where Cartman has the Jennifer Lopez hand puppet and Ben Afleck falls in love with his hand. he wakes up in the morning and Ben Afleck is in his bed...OOOOH ben spooge!
And, the real Jennifer Lopez comes to kill him/her. That one is darn funny.
Another good one is where Cartman pretends that he has Terrets syndrome so he can swear all he wants, and he won't get in trouble, only he starts shouting out stuff that he doesn't want people to know...like touching penis with his cousin!
South Park is just a crazy show.
Cartman as a hippie exterminator and the one episode where everyone is driving a hybrid.
Best episode for me is the homeless one....cccchhhhaaannnngggeee?!?! hehe. The WoW episode was also great.
I must say that the recent series was quite poor, I think theyre running out of ideas. Its about time they took a leap of faith and the boys grew up a few years.
The Trapped in the Closet episode that made fun of Scientology and Tom Cruise was classic.
The episode with the giant hamsters was very funny, and the Peruvian pipe bands all getting killed all the time. Hilarious.
The Jenifer Lopez character "invented as a hand puppet by Cartman is also cool. Brilliant comedy gag.
The Scott Tenneman episode where Cartman makes Scott eat his own parents, always a good laugh. Too many funny episodes in this show to list! LOL!
South Park is one of the greatest shows ever Eric Cartamn is the greatest character on any TV series.
the movie definatly tops EVERY single eppisode.... but i like the stairway to heaven one
It's a jersey thing is definitely my fav probably because I live the Jersey Shore show. People from up north are so weird (in a funny way)
by Mikeydoes 3 years ago
Who are your favorite South Park characters? You don't have to name 10!
by Cassandra Mantis 8 years ago
So which show is funnier? Is the Simpsons losing some of it's "funny" shine? Or is South Park more or less funny? I am laughing less and less at the Simpsons these days. While Cartman et al are as crude and nasty as ever...
by Jewels2940 9 years ago
Sitting here by myself, watching South Park...who is your favorite character on SP?
by KT pdx 10 years ago
South Park humor: Your thoughts?
by Jason Menayan 9 years ago
So I finally downloaded the South Park episode from this past Wednesday last night, and was disappointed to see that a LOT was bleeped out. I'm talking about the usual 1-minute monologue ("I've learned something this week") at the end, and any mention of Mohammad's name or his image.Note,...
by optimus grimlock 8 years ago
I saw a preview of the new episode that airs wensday and its the !pad meets hum centapede!!! I cant wait to watch this season!!!
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