Raptor, are you referring to Butters' bottom bitch ? It was great.
I also really liked the WTF episode with transvestite Cartman "I got addicted to abortions" and the "Ohmygod, ohmygod, mohmygod"
My favourite ever South Park moment is when Jimmy tries to tell Wendy that Stan said she was a continuing source of inspiration!
NO FREAKIN' WAY! I was just watching the episode Hooked on monkey phonics (season 3, episode 13), and during the scene where Kyle is playing guitar under the window of that home-schooled girl i noticed something familiar on her room's door:
IT'S SLOVENIAN FLAG! South Park was really not one of that places where i would expect to see my country's flag, especially if you consider how small Slovenia is and that a lot of people actually have never heard of it...
Nice surprise, although i'm late with this (i have watched this episode once before, i just wasn't paying close attention to the details)
Kaylae> Nice ! A new member ! Welcome ! and you too Dexter12296566
Raptor> Ah I don't remember that one. Gonna watch it.
I LOVED Dances with Smurfs (S 13), completely absurd and hilarious.
Hey everyone! hows it goin?
how come you stopped posting in the rutegard and company group
Hmm, I don't know, I don't go into social groups so much... it already takes me so much time to check the forums... But I don't have anything particular against social groups, I just forget to check...
Time for a bump.
POSSIBLE SPOILERS UP AHEAD!
What do you folks think about the new season (2 episodes so far)? I think that the first one (Sexual Healing) wasn't really that bad. The first half of the episode actually looked promising (although Kenny's death was a bit predictable, but still hilarious). But after the government got involved it all became progressively boring, and the plot didn't really lead anywhere. The video game gag got old pretty quickly too. I enjoyed the part with the "rich monkey" though, especially when he makes a public announcement and apologises to other monkeys for his actions
The Tale of Scrotie McBoggerballs was pretty boring all the way through. It was great to see Butters taking revenge at the boys (whose plan backfired miserably), and he was awesome again, but the actions that the boys took against him just seemed somehow forced, they seemed like they were put into the episode just for the sake of them being there, and there were little to none funny moments in the boys' efforts. And Sarrah Jessica Parker's incarnation wasn't that funny either, it seemed forced, desperately trying to be funny, and failing at it. The ending of the episode was weak (i don't know, i just thought there was something missing), although the episode DID have a better plotline than the previous one. I admit that i didn't laugh much during the episode. Maybe i need to watch it again...
I blackened the text, so that anyone who hasn't watched the 2 episodes yet wouldn't have them spoiled before even watching.
edit: Hehe, kind of funny to see nothing but that smiley there
edit2: Watched The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs again. My opinion stays largely unchanged. While i think that the plot is well written, the boys' efforts to get back at Butters weren't satisfying. And the episode lacked those really funny moments, so i didn't laugh at all. Good job that they made fun of over-analysing book messages, i hated that in highschool (i remember one time when we analysed the meaning of some song to the way that we had to recognise what the poet meant not only with each verse, but with each damn first letter of every verse!). Still, i wish it would have at least some hilarious moments. Sexual healing was poorly written, but at least i got a good laugh a few times while watching it.
Another new episode (this SG is pretty much dead, isn't it?). Medicinal Fried Chicken.
And this time i wasn't disappointed. There are spoilers up ahead, so i'm blackening out the text.
The whole plot was well written, especially Randy's story of how he tried to get cancer in order to score some weed legally. The balls "hoppity hop" gag was hilarious, especially with the background music. Oh yeah, Randy manages to convince other men in South Park to get testicular cancer, because women "love huge balls".
Cartman's story is a parody of Scarface. He becomes involved with a small KFC cartel, and he rises quite rapidly through the ranks, goes to visit Colonel Sanders with another kid (who gets murdered because he is an informant for Jamie Oliver), makes a deal with Colonel and later becomes the boss of South Park's KFC Cartel.
Anyway, this episode si deffinitely an improvement, and by far the best episode of this season.
i saw i kick ass episode some days ago