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Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by ThomasC, Dec 15, 2004.
Another Christmas classic.
Fantastic!!!!! At first I had no idea where the episode was going but once the twist was revealed.....WOW. Loving this season.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone are Comedic geniuses
This really was hilarious. I love that they trained the cubs to perform abortions.
I loved the cute animals using their Satanic powers and once again Santa Clause whipping some major ass ala "Red Sleigh Down".
Good grief, it's Santa Claus! Damn that Tim Allen movie!
I was so tired last night- forgot that the show was on, forgot to set my recorder. Anyone know when this episode will be repeated?
Friday night at midnight (or Saturday morning, whatever it is), early Sunday morning at 3:00am, and Sunday night at 11:00pm.
Another classic. Was pretty bored the first 10 minutes.
I must say, this has been the best season in a long time. The only dud was that cop/Carman/ESP episode.
Which one was that?
Last weeks. The one with the serial killer.
And everyone lived happily ever after.....except for Kyle who died of AIDS.
You just KNEW it was coming, but it was still funny.
This episode made me want to kill myself.
I mean that in a good way.
If that makes any sense.
I think it scrambled my brain.
That episode seemed a little weak at first, but I've found myself chuckling at every episode of CSI and it's progeny I've seen since.
Especially last night's CSI: NY, when Sinise and Kanakaredes were rubbing Sinise's hands with ink. grabbing all those wigs, and shaking their heads. It was almost as much of a parody, albeit unintentional, as SP's cop staring at all the hand mockups and hand websites, and his own friggen hand.
The serial killer episode was probably a lot funnier for people who watch CSI regularly.
I've never seen an episode of CSI, but I found that episode the funniest ep of the season after the Christmas one. Also the season 6(or season 7?) episode "Lil Crime Stoppers" is one of my favorites.
Plus, like most South Park episodes, the serial killer episode was paroding a similar murder that has recently happened in Colorado. A woman was found dead with her hands missing. Gruesome, but from what I know they haven't found any suspects. It is kind of like the Casa Bonita episode with a lot of local references and the freeway to the indian casinos. Matt and Trey do keep their eye on what is happening in their home state.
Wait -- is there really a Casa Bonita?!?!?! How do I get there?
Yes and it is exactly how they showed it. The cliff divers, Bart's cave, the flag on the tables. All down to the food that gives you the runs.