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post #541 of 590
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Originally Posted by moob View Post

Even for those who aren't, it was freaking hilarious.

April fools though? Cartman sympathizing with the Jews? That's hard to believe. lol

Yeah, I liked it, but the ending seemed a little off. I assume they're setting up a story arc with that though.
post #542 of 590
I like how they fun of those Bigfoot Discovery show people.

lol
post #543 of 590
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Originally Posted by mr. wally View Post

nope, not a good show. the first 2 were significantly more humorous.

can't hit a home run all the time.

I thought this last ep is one of the worst SP's ever. Still, it's better than watching an episode of many other horrible shows, but still. This was "Pip" bad. "Quest for Ratings" bad. It just wasn't funny. I think the bigfoot stuff was the only time I had a chuckle.

Like you said, they can't knock it out of the park all the time. I can live with a stinker here or there because it makes the brilliant ones look that much better.
post #544 of 590
I am glad it wasn't just me.

I agree that they can't hit a home run every time especially after 15 years. Unfortunately, they are hitting less homers these days.

On this episode, I agree that the only thing funny was the Bigfoot investigators. Like I said, when the guy said he would grab the gun for evidence instead of Cartman that was classic.
post #545 of 590
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Originally Posted by pappy97 View Post

I thought this last ep is one of the worst SP's ever. Still, it's better than watching an episode of many other horrible shows, but still. This was "Pip" bad. "Quest for Ratings" bad. It just wasn't funny. I think the bigfoot stuff was the only time I had a chuckle.

Like you said, they can't knock it out of the park all the time. I can live with a stinker here or there because it makes the brilliant ones look that much better.

I laughed a bit for this episode. For me I'd say it was just average. Nothing could ever be as bad as the head lice episode. I would have rather watch a Lifetime show/movie with my wife then that episode.
post #546 of 590
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Originally Posted by drhill View Post

I laughed a bit for this episode. For me I'd say it was just average. Nothing could ever be as bad as the head lice episode. I would have rather watch a Lifetime show/movie with my wife then that episode.

Watch the Season 4 episode "Pip" (The completely unfunny retelling of "Great Expectations") and tell me if you think "Lice Capades" is worse than that. Lice Capades is not a favorite of mine either (I've only seen it twice when I've seen every other ep of SP 4-5 times at least), but it's not Pip bad (or I should say, it's not Pip unfunny.
post #547 of 590
I hate myself...
post #548 of 590
Erection day is worse than Pip IMHO. I think I enjoyed Pip just a little bit because I had just read Great Expectations for senior year english.
post #549 of 590
I thought the bully episode made up for last week's disappointment.

A lot of ground was covered in this episode, and the incorporation of the "San Diego incident" was nicely done.
post #550 of 590
I hate myself...
post #551 of 590
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Originally Posted by MSmith83 View Post

I thought the bully episode made up for last week's disappointment.

A lot of ground was covered in this episode, and the incorporation of the "San Diego incident" was nicely done.

I have no idea what the San Diego incident was.

I thought it was pretty good. I liked how everyone ended up being a bully especially Butter's grandmother.
post #552 of 590
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Originally Posted by Ericglo View Post

I have no idea what the San Diego incident was.

Do a search on Jason Russell, the director of the "Kony 2012" viral film.
post #553 of 590
The gospel-style song at the end was great.
post #554 of 590
Spanking it in SAN DEIIIGOO!
post #555 of 590
Episode started off slow but it had some funny moments in the middle mainly dealing with the contents of Cartman's stomach. The ending had me laughing out loud. Loved the Heli-crapter, the 7-Turdy-7, and the Poo Choo Express.
post #556 of 590
Long story short, I liked it.

It was a shame to see Stan once again driven to jackin' it in San Diego.
post #557 of 590
Long story short, great episode, but the whole live action "reenactment" part of it dragged too long. Long story short, while watching, kept thinking to myself, how long are they going to keep showing this live-action "reenactment"?

Long story short, greatness!!
post #558 of 590
I always seem to have the opposite reaction to people here. People think an episode's great and I think it's average, or vice-versa. I had one or two moments of laughing, mainly with Cartman's stomach. The live action stuff didn't work for me.
post #559 of 590
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Originally Posted by RolandOG View Post

I always seem to have the opposite reaction to people here. People think an episode's great and I think it's average, or vice-versa. I had one or two moments of laughing, mainly with Cartman's stomach. The live action stuff didn't work for me.

Sometimes South Park is not about laughing, it's about an appreciation of genius
post #560 of 590
zipping and herpes.

only south park
post #561 of 590
I just started this week's episode... I'm gonna regret it and hate myself again. I think this will be the last time I do that to myself... DELETE.

Edit: I hate myself (for the last time)...
post #562 of 590
The "live action" sequence seemed out of place. Did they simply run out of time to voice and animate the segment?
post #563 of 590
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Originally Posted by EJ View Post

The "live action" sequence seemed out of place. Did they simply run out of time to voice and animate the segment?

you think the live action scenes were easier for them to shoot? Casting, crew, equipment, etc....
You do realize how little time they spend making every normal episode, right?
Each episode is done in less than a week, the same week it airs. They start writing the script on Thursday... Sometimes they are still finishing up an episode a few hours before 10pm Wednesday when it has to be sent to the network.

the whole re-enactment thing was part of the joke.
post #564 of 590
I thought this was the best episode of the season so far. The live action did drag on, but the opening 10 minutes had me LOL.
post #565 of 590
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Originally Posted by Ericglo View Post

I thought this was the best episode of the season so far. The live action did drag on, but the opening 10 minutes had me LOL.

I worked remotely and I needed to explain something to my manager over im, there was a lot of detail and I was fighting myself not to say "long story short".
post #566 of 590
That was a great episode.

It was a spoof of all of those survivor shows on discovery, and had reenactors of the characters from south park.

lol
post #567 of 590
Hey guys... Don't bother... No really DON'T BOTHER...
post #568 of 590
I thought it was a decent take on the current state of the NFL and one of its blowhard commentators. Am I being sarcastic? You'll never know.

Meanwhile, the body count from Randy's stupidity continues to grow.
post #569 of 590
Dear South Park, please kill urselves. Thanks...
post #570 of 590
good one last night
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