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post #511 of 590
Good episode. If that agent watching the security cameras didn't gross you out then I don't know what will.
post #512 of 590
I'd say it's an average episode (relatively speaking, so average for SP = stellar for most other shows). Loved the TSA stuff, in fact it sparked a debate between the misses and myself.

The misses seems to think that the writing team came up with the idea to do an episode about leaving the toilet the seat up and went from there. I seem to think that they wanted to do an episode ripping the TSA and went from there.

Anyways, while watching, I was hoping/expecting more debate/war between women saying to make sure you leave the toilet seat down vs. men saying "just check where you plop your rear before sitting down and put down the seat if it is up." The fact that it did NOT go that way seems to indicate that they wanted to an ep ripping the TSA and went from there.
post #513 of 590
I'm with you, pappy97. I'm pretty sure the toilet seat up was only set up for ripping the TSA.
post #514 of 590
Who knows? It could have been an argument between Trey or Matt and their spouses about the toilet seat. It could also have been them getting hassled at the airport and decided to rip the TSA. It might have been a little of both.

Decent episode overall. Still running on cruise control though.
post #515 of 590
It was generally good.
post #516 of 590
good ep last night.

stan was great
post #517 of 590
I liked last night's episode better than season premiere. Cartman and Butters were great.
post #518 of 590
Best episode in a while, I thought.
post #519 of 590
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Originally Posted by mr. wally View Post

stan was great

You mean Billy?
post #520 of 590
I guess I am in the minority. I thought this episode was weaker than last weeks.
post #521 of 590
I loved it. I hate those Cash for Gold places.
post #522 of 590
Bad...
post #523 of 590
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Originally Posted by Ericglo View Post

I guess I am in the minority. I thought this episode was weaker than last weeks.

You're not alone. It wasn't bad but the premiere was better.
post #524 of 590
The best part of this show was at the end when the caller said "Put the gun to your temple and pull the trigger."
post #525 of 590
I thought it was good. I liked the way the people kept shifting the blame. I imagine the montage music was a pop cultural reference, but I am kind of out of the loop on that.
post #526 of 590
They didn't state or show it but most of the profit was siphoned off by energy suppliers. Fuel for transportation, power for smelting, power for broadcasting, etc. They made most of the money.

Each stage of the circular process required energy to be added to continue to the next phase. They showed the people, places, processes involved but not "energy" insertion.
post #527 of 590
They are right it's impossible to sell used jewelry for profit
post #528 of 590
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Originally Posted by dc_pilgrim View Post

I imagine the montage music was a pop cultural reference, but I am kind of out of the loop on that.

I was wondering about that myself. The whole time I was thinking about whether I should know what that music meant.
post #529 of 590
Lmao!
post #530 of 590
It was a weird episode last night. Tebowing, Faith Hilling, Taylor Swifting, a talking cat. I liked the ending with Cartman faith hilling.
post #531 of 590
that was a great episode, but to thoroughly enjoy it you
had to know that the talking cat was from a highly popular
youtube video 5-6 years ago. it was like an inside joke.

i remember watching it with my kids and lmao when they first started
watching you tube.

very political though comparing the talking cat to the republican
prez candidates.
post #532 of 590
Cat Breading trending now.
post #533 of 590
Tonight's episode has to be one of the worst episodes I have seen in the past couple of years. I don't think I came close to laughing once. I take that back. When the Bigfoot guy picked up the gun for evidence of a Bigfoot, I thought that was mildly funny (just because it is true).
post #534 of 590
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Originally Posted by Ericglo View Post

Tonight's episode has to be one of the worst episodes I have seen in the past couple of years. I don't think I came close to laughing once. I take that back. When the Bigfoot guy picked up the gun for evidence of a Bigfoot, I thought that was mildly funny (just because it is true).

Disagree, this was easily the funniest episode this season.
post #535 of 590
I suppose that this could have been a polarizing episode. I thought it was the weakest one in quite a while. Maybe I wasn't in the right mood when watching.
post #536 of 590
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Originally Posted by Ericglo View Post

Tonight's episode has to be one of the worst episodes I have seen in the past couple of years. I don't think I came close to laughing once. I take that back. When the Bigfoot guy picked up the gun for evidence of a Bigfoot, I thought that was mildly funny (just because it is true).

I had to delete it about 15 minutes in, I just couldn't watch it anymore.
post #537 of 590
nope, not a good show. the first 2 were significantly more humorous.

can't hit a home run all the time.
post #538 of 590
For those who are Jewish, it was pretty funny.
post #539 of 590
Even for those who aren't, it was freaking hilarious.

April fools though? Cartman sympathizing with the Jews? That's hard to believe. lol
post #540 of 590
this episode is only offensive to Jewish people.
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