South Park Season 11

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  1. JohnS

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    I hope the payoff is good in Part 3, cause I really didn't care for Part 2.

    I did like how Kahn was one of the evil imaginations.
     
  2. Derek Miner

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    Sorry to hear that John... I liked the second part better than the first, myself, even though the things that the Woodland Critters were on about were truly disgusting and offensive.

    My favorite line of the episode was Butters complaining about pissing off Snarf, Popeye and Luke Skywalker. [​IMG]
     
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    That had me cracking up to [​IMG]
     
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    If they weren't, then they wouldn't be the Woodland Critters!

    I find them pretty gross too, but the reactions of the other evil characters were a hoot. "I wouldn't want to meet the kid whose imagination came up with them!"
     
  5. Ronald Epstein

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    I gotta tell you, this Trilogy thing is the funniest stuff
    South Park has done in quite some time.

    It continues to blow my mind how creative these guys are
    in coming up with such great material.

    I loved the Mel Gibson tweaking his nipples last week.
     
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    I thought the stuff with the Woodland Critters was hilarious. It was totally "wrong" in a number of ways, but still hilarious. Cutting out Strawberry Shortcake's eye had me on the floor. This is definitely the best season of South Park in quite some time. [​IMG]
     
  7. Jerome Grate

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    Saw the encore and let me tell ya this was hilarious. How do they do it. Just hilarious. The woodland critters man, I hope the show the kid that thought them up. Wish they would do a DVD release of this saga alone.
     
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    The critters appeared in a previous episode, which reveals this information: /htf/images/misc/wikipedia.gif Woodland Critter Christmas.
     
  9. Adam Lenhardt

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    Hint: Directly after the line in question, they cut directly to Cartman.[​IMG]
     
  10. TravisR

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    I thought the Manbearpig episode was one of the unfunniest SP episodes ever but they redeemed it by having Manbearpig show up in this one. [​IMG]
     
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    And no one has commented on Jesus being an imagination character? The Ultra-Right must not have discovered the internet yet.
     
  12. Adam Lenhardt

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    To be fair, he also has a TV show on public access in the real world. My take on it was that Jesus is everywhere.
     
  13. TravisR

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    And this is why I always say that the best thing to ever happen to South Park was the 'South Park fad' dying in 1998 or 1999 because it enabled them to do almost whatever they want with zero conseqeunce. It's when you're dumb and make a big deal out of it (like Tom Cruise or Isaac Hayes) when it suddenly becomes a story. When you say nothing, no one really notices or cares what is on SP.
     
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    Dude, Scuttlebutt is real.
     
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    "Imagine Jesus an M-60!"
     
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    Even though I didn't enjoy this trilogy, I did like Cartman imagining Kyle sucking his balls.
    and Butters getting an S bomb in
     
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    The 'O' shape that Cartman's mouth made was priceless.
     
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    Just freeze-framing some of the scenes to see how many characters they've crammed into these episode is a real treat.

    Saw this posted elsewhere:

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    Do you know what was really creepy about that last image? It was posted by an administrator! [​IMG]

    It was pretty surprising the variety of characters in the trilogy. There were even characters from European comic strips! Tintin, Obélix and those annoying smurfs ("schtroumpfs" in French). Even the Miyazaki character Totoro was there.
     
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    That trilogy was some of the best stuff South park has ever done.

    I enjoyed that so immensely!
     

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