South Park back 3/19 (tonite!)

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  1. Michael St. Clair

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    The boys discover Earth is nothing but one big intergalactic reality show and it’s about to be canceled when "South Park" returns for its seventh season on Wednesday, March 19 at 10:00 p.m. on Comedy Central...

    Norman Lear collaborated with Parker and Stone on many of the new episodes.
     
  2. Brett Hancock

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    O man, new south park time!! I can't wait.
     
  3. Thomas H G

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    So I thought it was pretty funny. Caught most of it except for the President speaking.

    Taco that poops ice cream. Too funny.
     
  4. Scott Littlefield

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    Oh my God!! They didn't kill Kenny!

    You bastards!
     
  5. Tom Foley

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    All these references were priceless:

    - a show approaching it's 100th episode that starts to get lame (in case you don't know, last night was the 97th episode they've done)
    - how much, again, the movie CONTACT sucked (referring to the whole reason why the commentaries were taken out of the DVDs)
    - Dukes of Hazzard (with the Boss Hogg billboard!)

    I was really fooled at the start of the show. I was thinking for a second that they REALLY were going to show a special edition of Cartman Gets An Anal Probe. It had better animation, fouler language (Ike: "Don't kick the GD baby!"), just no AT-ATs in the back.

    As stupid as that farting thing was, it really was funny even after six or so times.

    That alien orgy scene was just ... ugh.

    Matt and Trey prove once again how little they give a damn. Kenny just pops right back up, we're starting from scratch again, no explanation necessary, it's their show, they do what they damn well please.

    Too bad everyone in the world was watching the news at that point. If we really did get Saddam last night, that will throw the whole "Saddam was killed by a pack of wild boars" thing out the window. Unless they try to say that the "Bunker Busters" were filled with wild boars.
     
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    Kenny was gone again at the end though.
     
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  8. Morgan Jolley

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    I'll see it on Saturday. President's speech took more significance (should have taped SP).
     
  9. Thomas H G

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    Suck my Jag-on!

    Hahahah!

    That was great.

    Can someone explain this to me.

     
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    It looked SO painful when the dish went back into Cartman's ass.

    "You know that feeling, when the dump jumps back into your ass? No, I'm not alright!"
     
  11. Tom Foley

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    Thomas, back in the episode "Tom's Rhinoplasty", SP made fun of Contact. In the commentary for that episode, Trey and Matt explained further why they went to such lengths to make fun of it on the show. When the commentaries were removed from the DVDs for content, Matt confirmed that it was those comments that got them into trouble, because Contact was released by Warner, which is also the same company (essentially) who distributed the SP DVD season set. That, of course, led to the whole debacle where Comedy Central decided to release the commentaries on CDs, and I think a lot of SP fans would rather just forget that whole thing.

    If you are in the mood to find out *exactly* what they said, turn to my post in the commentary CD thread in the software forum.

    It was a real cool thing for them to do, it very slyly confirmed for us fans that Matt and Trey know the mess that fans went through because of some harmless comments.
     
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    "I thought the same thing. But as soon as Ike said "don't kick the GD baby!" I knew it wasn't going to be the same episode."

    Also, the animation from the original "Visitors" episodes was more crude (I know, hard to believe) plus the voices were slightly different back then as well
     
  13. Thomas H G

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    Thanks Tom
    When I get a chance, I'll read over it. I didn't get to listen to all the commentary cds. I'm a bit behind on those.


     
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    I honestly thought it would be a "Special Edition" of the pilot, like they joked about in FREE HAT. lol

    I was like "Did they actually go back and change it, like as a joke?"
     
  15. Morgan Jolley

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    The whole episode was a big in-joke. It was everything the fans would enjoy.

    And it was hilarious. The taco that pooped ice-cream was perfect.

    Anyone have a list of the people the alien changed into before that?
     
  16. Thomas H G

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    Morgan-

    The one's they showed:

    Stan's Dad
    Santa
    Jordan
    Don King
    White guy with a smaller guy - don't know!
    George Burns
    JJ -Dynomite! (think it's jj)
    Saddam
    Missy Elliot
    Guy that sings, "Fly me to the moon" (forgot his name)
    Taco that poops ice cream.
     
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    My cartoon fantasy -- getting stuck in Helen Hunt's @$$.
     
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    That would be correct Jodee.
     
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