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South Park: Season Twelve

Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by TravisR, Mar 12, 2008.

  1. Ronald Epstein

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    Applause! Applause! Applause!

    This week's episode about Canada on Strike was the funniest
    South park I have watched in a very long time (since Imagination Land).

    I was howling!
     
  2. Kevin Hewell

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    I can't get that "What, what, In The Butt" song out of my mind.

    Dammit!
     
  3. Ronald Epstein

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    What the hell was that line?

    "I'm not your friend, guy...I'm not your guy..."

    Hilarious!

    Also the couple in the car who honks at the kid holding up
    the support Canada sign and then feels good about having
    anal sex just made me bust out laughing!

    The entire episode was just incredible. It was a throwback to
    the first South Park movie complete with musical numbers and
    Canadians.
     
  4. Mike Williams

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    "I'm not your buddy, guy."
    "I'm not your guy, friend."
    "I'm not your friend, buddy."

    That part was soooo stupid, but hilarious. I loved the "What, What, in the Butt video," but I also had no idea it was real. Very funny.
     
  5. Greg*go

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    Errr, you mean 6 episodes ago?

    I agree the Imagination Land trilogy is a masterpiece, but I also think Guitar Queer-o & Tonsil Trouble, which aired in the interim, are funnier than Canada on Strike. To each his own.

    Congratulations! You played Guitar Hero enough to score one million points! You...ARE...FAGS!
    The change of emotion from excitement to shock on Kyle & Stan's faces and the guys in the video game when this was announced was priceless.

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  6. Jim_C

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    Worst episode in years. Right up there with Jakovasaurs in complete suck-a-tude and based on an entirely false and untrue premise.

    Did I mention I'm from New England and a Patriots fan? [​IMG]

    Seriously, that was painful. I was laughing right up until Cartman pulled out the picture of Belichick and then I said out loud "aww fuck".

    I have no comment on the mouse/penis moonlight duet beyond 'Matt and Trey are twisted'. [​IMG]
     
  7. TravisR

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    I thought this episode was great because it had all the elements that make a good SP episode. It had stuff that was seriously screwed up, stuff that was offensive and it made a reasonably accurate commentary on society.

    Even if I lived to be 1,000,000 years old, I don't think I'll ever see another mouse and penis duet. [​IMG]
     
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    Yeah, that mouse and penis duet was very odd.

    My favorite part is when Mr. Garrison asks the boys if they've seen his penis. And if they see it to trap it with some cheese.
    then Butters replies, "That made my brain hurt"

    I also liked Cartman's "Dangerous Minds" type of story
     
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    I also liked Cartman's "Dangerous Minds" type of story[/quote]


    Actually, its more of a parody of "Stand and Deliver"
     
  10. Jerome Grate

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    Dude you are so right.[​IMG]
    But Chocolate Rain is in second. Maybe a remix
    Chocolate Rain: What, What in the butt,
     
  11. Adam Lenhardt

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    "How can I reach these keeeeeeeeeeds?!?"

    I'm a big Edward James Olmos fan, but that was hilarious.
     
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    I almost lost it when the rat started to sing in that unlikely duet.
     
  13. Aaron Silverman

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    I am a hardcore 30+ year Patriots fan who named my son (partly) after the team and I thought this episode was hilarious.

    Jim C, just consider the Bee-lichick stuff as the deranged bitter rantings of Broncos fans who have been watching their team slide into mediocrity for the last 10 years. [​IMG] You know -- the team that cheated on the salary cap and made a science out of chop blocks?

    Also, if the Pats go undefeated next year and win the Super Bowl, it'll be just like the Red Sox in the 2003 and 2004 ALCSs. [​IMG] (Lord knows Belichick had his Grady Little moment in that game.)

    But I digress. . . [​IMG]
     
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    Never mind him. . .were you looking closely at the screen when his "partner" joined in? I nearly choked on my tongue!

    (Honest, it was my tongue!)
     
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    Mr. Garrison's sure going to have a talented instrument. I wonder if the singing in his pants will cause any problems?
     
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    The new Mr. Hat?
     
  17. Steve Berger

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    Or a place to hang Mr. Hat
    Who was the "Crooner" who always wore a hat. Frank or Bing? Probably not Dean or Nat.
     
  18. Jerome Grate

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    I know I'm late, but watched a clip on Youtube and it bought tears to my eyes from laughter, I still can't stop laughing. That must have been their best episode yet, I think.
     
  19. TravisR

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    The basis of this episode just made me laugh at myself since I'm 'addicted' to the internet. The best bit was Randy's porn interests and the she-male and bestiality drawings that the makeshift internet showed him.

    The mid-season finale is already coming up next week.
     
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    The "Internet Porn Simulator" was funny, but the rest was just...meh. Probably because there was no Cartman. [​IMG]
     

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