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Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by TravisR, Mar 12, 2008.
Just a reminder, Season Twelve starts tonight at 10 PM!
WOW! I completely forgot. Hope it's a good season opener.
"I'm not just sure, I'm HIV positive"
I loved it how the doctor asked Kyle, "Are you sure you haven't taken it up the hoo hoo?"
Announcer: "...for these two good friends." Kyle: "We are NOT good friends!! This asshole gave me AIDS." Announcer: "..for these two lovers."
and for the people that didn't like this episode. Don't be so HIV negative
I dunno... I just didn't think it was that funny. Maybe next week will be better.
Just like the other AIDS joke episode, it had a really funny start but that one gag didn't sustain 21 minutes. That being said, I thought it was a decent enough start to the season.
Decent episode. Nice to see South Park back. Hey, uhm, a week earlier my Tivo recorded a "Butters" episode that looked to be a repeat so I deleted it. I hope it was an older episode that I had already seen. Anyone know for sure?
The most recent episode (Tonsil Trouble) was the season premiere so you should be good.
Mine recorded it as well, but it was the dedicated Butters episode where he follows his father to the bath house... special guest appearances by OJ Simpson, Gary Condit, and the Ramsey parents after "some Puerto Rican guy" "kills" Butters. Yes I watched it anyway, and hummed the Bennigan's theme song repeatedly throughout the week. Good episode. Brad
This was a pretty good episode. A little cruel how Cartman gave him Aids, but some funny bits. Especially the benefit concert.
Eventhough there wasn't too many laugh out loud moments, I liked this episode just because it took some much deserved shots at the media. I loved the bit where they broke in on the Clinton/Obama debate to talk about Britney Spears.
Yeah, I agree. There weren't too many laugh out loud moments. Just an average episode. With a Britney, "leave her alone" episode, I figured they would have a Chris Crocker character in South Park or something They took Butters to a psych ward. It would be funny if we see him in there next week.
The reveal when they went in the hospital room and the top of her head was gone had me howling. It wasn't a great episode overall, but that alone was worth it.
Overall, that was a pretty funny episode. I guess that was the weirdest Diary Of Anne Frank parody that I've ever seen. I liked Gerald's reaction to the Fox news report. "GASP! Killing our kids?" The Heavy Metal references were more or less lost on me since the one time that I saw that movie, I had drank a bottle of Jim Beam and was incredibly drunk.
While I'm not too fond of Heavy Metal, I thought the episode was pretty funny. I thought for sure there was going to be a "Parents who cheese, have kids who cheese" parody line. Loved it when Kyle's mom found the cat in his underwear drawer. Then his dad brought out the cat in a plastic baggie. Then when his dad wanted to get hid of it, I thought he was going to try and flush it down the toilet.
So is that going to be their comment on the whole Eliot Spitzer scandal?
Damn, I feel old since I was enjoying the Heavy Metal stuff, plus Cartman as Schindler of the cats.
Join the club. I thought the Heavy Metal stuff was great. It brought back memories of the 80's and some of my friends then. We watched HM more than a few times after school. Good episode.