Please try to make your top-level responses somewhat in-depth at least, say, three sentences. It's rude, crude, shocking, smart, decidedly adult, completely original, and it is indulgent in the whims and imaginations of it's creators. That's either a brilliant idea by the writers or total coincidence. Episode grade 1 - 10 relative to the entire series? The crude animation, first done with paper cut-outs and then computerized, is deceptively primitive. Also note that we'll have another thread soon for discussing the season as a whole.
And nobody does them better. Sometimes the experiments are to it's own detriment and the episode is a 22 minute bore, but even then it's almost unheard of to find a show in it's 10th season that is still water cooler television. Images, videos, quotes, news, articles, thoughts, trivia, etc. South Park is one of those rare shows that can make you laugh, and make you think about your long-held beliefs, both at the same time. Their parents, teachers, and town leaders all mean well, but the boys learn through their misadventures that even adults make mistakes, and even the youngest and slowest among us can be wise. The curious, adventure-seeking, fourth grade group of 10 year old boys, Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny, all join in in buffoonish adventures that sometimes evolve nothing. It feels like two different episodes crammed together that don't quite fit together.
The writing a witty showcase of Parker and Stone's love for pop culture parody, graphic violence, pornography and a bold willingness to take on the hot button issues of the week. They take their own messages to such loony extremes it's impossible to take seriously. Despite the serious issues tackled by the show, it is sharp, funny, and often brilliant. Everything is odd in the small mountain town, South Park, and the boys always find something to do with it. Garrison and more recently Randy Marsh stepping up as a reliably hilarious scene-stealer are classic characters, but Parker and Stone have gone further and developed an entire town of colorful caricatures. I like how he used it with Shelly and Stans grandpa when she was gonna shoot him in the finale.
As the show aged, they matured in their storytelling abilities and the show went from shock value fad to a barbed satire of American culture. The show is truly an acquired taste, but one I have to come to support whole-heartedly through the years despite and because I have absolutely no idea what to expect when sitting down for a new episode. Now that's comedy - if you can stomach a barrage of extreme scatological humor with your social satire. Any hidden trivia you think others may have missed? South Park Season 19 Episodes. Straight men Stan and Kyle are the show's most underdeveloped.
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Any posts or comments that begin to go off topic will be removed. It's also the very best political, pop culture and current event satire on television. Standing as the kings on top of a soap box they constructed out of swearing kids, talking poo, homosexual hand puppets and hermaphroditic parents; Parker and Stone where blessed with the freedom of a hit series, hip status and a network that gave them the freedom to do whatever they want. Like at the table, when he whips his head around to stare at stan, and then in the garage pulls the gun on him. God I love this show. The visual roughness fits the coarse language of the characters, because this is definitely a show for mature audiences. Its a message about how the news in our world has changed.
With a skeleton crew that writes, directs, animates, voices and scores the show, this is independent television in it's purest form. Any scenes that stand out? I do agree they can pick it up either next season, or with the game whichever comes first but it did left a lot in the air, and a long wait to get any answers, if we ever do. In episode 9, whenever the kids or Randy tried to go research a issue, they would end up somewhere else that the ads promoted. No unofficial streams or videos. The gentrification of South Park is pricing Randy right out of town. Still think Tweek x Craig was the best episode of the season. The episodes are masterfully constructed.
Critiques or things you would have done differently? They serve mostly as a mouthpiece for Parker and Stone's conservative libertarian philosophy, often literally giving a speech to a crowd in the show's finale. It is a free-for-all virtuoso where nothing and nobody is safe, every establishment media position gets flipped on it's head and every politically correct sacred cow gets eviscerated. Don't shoot him, I meant literally take care of him!. Randy went from being a background guy to one of the funniest characters. The show is a monument of creative freedom with a wicked imagination, a true and hilariously funny sense of comic timing, and an insightful, socially conscious ear that smartly reflects a point of view starving for attention in mainstream television.