South Park 4/30

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  1. Steve_Knutzen

    Steve_Knutzen Screenwriter

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    Trey and Matt once again provide us with an offensive satirical show that has a current theme. Only they would come up with a story that involves Native Americans driving Caucasians from their homes and giving them sars-infected blankets.
    Best parts:
    Native American Comedy and laughter
    No matter how pissed off they are, people use the term Native American rather than Indian
    Stan, when told he will go on an inner journey: "Dude, that sounds really gay."
    The people of South Park rallying together and sing "Love Is A Battlefield" by Pat Benatar.

    This season's been excellent. Hope they keep it up.
     
  2. phil-w

    phil-w Stunt Coordinator

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    I couldn't believe how they infected the blankets with SARS...Hilarious [​IMG]
     
  3. Wayne Bundrick

    Wayne Bundrick Cinematographer

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    I was expecting the South Park townfolk to break out into the original fully choreographed "Love Is A Battlefield" dance in the street.
     
  4. Dan Rudolph

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    I loved that the entire town is apparently worth $300,000.
     
  5. Brett Hancock

    Brett Hancock Supporting Actor

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    "We did it. We should bet this money then we can have enough to save the town and be friggin rich!!"

    I love South Park.
     
  6. Jason Harbaugh

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    That was an awesome episode. It is amazing at how fast they can bring in current hot topics into their show. Crude animation sure has its perks. [​IMG]

     
  7. Phil Kim

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    And I learned something today. That SARS can be cured by consuming the Campbell's Chicken Soup, Nyquil, and a can of Sprite.
     
  8. Daren Welsh

    Daren Welsh Supporting Actor

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    "Stan ... I've only got a 98% chance of survival. By this time tomorrow, only 98% of the people in this town will make it. You've got to find a cure ..."

    [​IMG]
     
  9. Dan Rudolph

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    Phil, it was Dayquil.
     
  10. Rob Willey

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    I liked the name of the Indi, uh, Native American chief, "Chief Runs-With-Premise" and his son, "Premise-Running-Thin". [​IMG]
     
  11. Morgan Jolley

    Morgan Jolley Lead Actor

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    The whole episode was great. Definitely bringing the show back to what it used to be.

    Can't wait for the next season...maybe another movie?
     
  12. Wayne Bundrick

    Wayne Bundrick Cinematographer

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    Was this the last of the new batch of episodes? Just when it was starting to get really good, we're back to re-runs again!
     

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