South Park

reese35

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theblinddevil said:
The south park movie is in the guiness book of world records for having the most swearing. It only has about 5 a minute but it is longer.

Yep... 399 words that the MPAA considers swearing. Sometimes Comedy Central airs the uncut version on late nights, under their "Secret Stash" umbrella.
 

AlexTheMartian

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*twitches like Tweek* Gah! I cant take the pressure! Too much *twitch* pressure man! Ahhh!

Gotta love South Park

"God-dam**d Mongolians!! You break down my city wall foda last time!!" - City Wok Owner (Ep. "Child Abduction is Not Funny")
 

reese35

New member
I just got the complete first season on Tuesday. Not too shabby, especially my #1 Episode, and the one that started it all - Cartman Gets an Anal Probe. The catchphrase "Respect my authoritah!" doesn't get put to use until season 2 episode Chickenlover.
 

Wildcat

Retired Moderator
I'm don't really watch South Park too much, but I just read about this in entertainment news and thought all you south park fans might find it interesting. :)


Mar 24, 9:33 AM EST

'South Park' premiere draws big audience
By ERIN CARLSON
Associated Press Writer


NEW YORK (AP) -- Nothing like a little controversy to cook up a big audience. Last week's spat that pitted "South Park" against Scientology and Isaac Hayes, with a rumored dollop of Tom Cruise stirred in, led Wednesday night to the animated series' highest-rated season premiere since 2002, according to a Comedy Central spokesman.
An estimated 3.5 million viewers - including 2.3 million in the advertiser-coveted 18-to-49 age bracket - tuned in to watch the show unleash a new salvo against Scientology.
In the episode, the first of the series' 10th season, Isaac Hayes' Chef character was brainwashed by the "Super Adventure Club" and then apparently killed off.
Hayes, a soul singer best known for composing the Oscar-winning theme to the movie "Shaft," has voiced Chef since 1997. The outspoken Scientologist quit the show last week, saying he could no longer tolerate its religious "intolerance and bigotry."
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Series creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker immediately blasted back, saying Hayes left because he couldn't stomach an episode from last November that mocked Scientology and its celebrity followers, including Tom Cruise. A rerun of that episode, called "Trapped in the Closet," was then yanked off the air without notice last week, resulting in rumors that Cruise made demands to pull it. The actor's spokesman denied it. Stone and Parker said there would be retribution.
Without Hayes' participation, they cobbled together clips of his character for Wednesday's episode, in which the "Super Adventure Club" that Chef joins turns its brainwashed members into child molesters. "South Park's" impish grade-schoolers try to save him, but he is burned, stabbed and mauled by a mountain lion and bear. They try to revive him, and it's not clear if they succeed.
"We shouldn't be mad at Chef for leaving us," says one of the children. "We should be mad at that fruity little club for scrambling his brains."
© 2006 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
 

tony_montana

Semper Fidelis
Anyone see this weeks new episode(as talked about in the post just before mine)? You HAVE to catch a rerun of this one. It's one of the downright funniest episodes Ive seen in a while!:D That "Super Adventure Club" CANT be real(if anyone finds out it is real, Ill give you like, a million rep points or something). And their leader in the pictures they showed...that's just Theodore Roosevelt's head!:D And at the end when Chef becomes...Darth Chef, that was the funniest part!
 

reese35

New member
And because of their satirracal and 'so sick it's funny' concept, they just snagged the Peabody, the most prestigious award in all of media! How amazing is that!
 
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