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Codependent Poster
Oct 20, 2003



Gaunab posted:

If this is making fun of Chester Bennington then it feels a little too soon.

No it's making fun of Logic. Or I guess, not making fun of it but a good parody.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLe1dddgZrg

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Scooter_McCabe
May 31, 2011
This space lovingly dedicated to Sean Leonard, 19, Andrew Monroe, 19, sister Jessica Leonard, 14, and her friend Kelly Janis, 15.

Anima eius et animae omnium fidelium defunctorum per Dei misericordiam requiescant in pace.


Okay launching a missile over Tweak's house was a nice touch, and the Garrison/Trump tweets are good.

Scooter_McCabe
May 31, 2011
This space lovingly dedicated to Sean Leonard, 19, Andrew Monroe, 19, sister Jessica Leonard, 14, and her friend Kelly Janis, 15.

Anima eius et animae omnium fidelium defunctorum per Dei misericordiam requiescant in pace.


drat!

Small White Dragon
Nov 23, 2007

No relation.

CBJSprague24 posted:

It's been a while since I've seen it, but I seem to remember them staging the fake breakup to get out of it, but then going along with it in the end for the betterment of the town when they saw how bummed people were they broke up even though neither of them were gay.
That's how the relationship started but it was unclear as to whether either of them were actually gay or not.

Codependent Poster
Oct 20, 2003



lol the anvil over Tweek

Dr. Gitmo Moneyson
Jun 26, 2005

Feels good man.



gently caress you Cartman

CBJSprague24
Dec 5, 2010

Again, Torts took him to a very high mountain and showed him Nationwide and all its splendor.

"All this I will give you," he said, "if you will lay down and block for me." -Jackets 15:16



The bumper car distracted driving hit home because I was at a go-kart place on Saturday and a kid forgot the brake pedal existed coming back to the pit area and pinballed off a bunch of stopped cars.

The Human Crouton
Sep 20, 2002



I'm starting to think that South Park shouldn't have B plots.

Codependent Poster
Oct 20, 2003



The Human Crouton posted:

I'm starting to think that South Park shouldn't have B plots.

I think both plots have been solid this week. This is a really good episode.

Dr. Gitmo Moneyson
Jun 26, 2005

Feels good man.



Okay this is good.

Scooter_McCabe
May 31, 2011
This space lovingly dedicated to Sean Leonard, 19, Andrew Monroe, 19, sister Jessica Leonard, 14, and her friend Kelly Janis, 15.

Anima eius et animae omnium fidelium defunctorum per Dei misericordiam requiescant in pace.


That was a good set up.

Codependent Poster
Oct 20, 2003



Loved that episode from start to finish.

CBJSprague24
Dec 5, 2010

Again, Torts took him to a very high mountain and showed him Nationwide and all its splendor.

"All this I will give you," he said, "if you will lay down and block for me." -Jackets 15:16



"No one cares" following Hillary's pledge.

Kenny was one of the dead kids in the collage.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Awww man I keep feeling worse and worse for Heidi.

SLICK GOKU BABY
Jun 12, 2001


drat, that was a good episode of the South Park. Top quality all the way through IMO.

The Cartman raps were pretty funny and well written and deserve plenty of respect for nailing that in voice.

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vermin
Feb 28, 2017

Help, I've turned into a manifestation of mental disorders as viewed through an early 20th century lens sparked by the disparity between man and modern society and I can't get up

Smash cut to them all laughing at Cartman's suicide threats was . Garrison's escalating tweets were pretty great too. And the rap songs were beautiful.
A Plot and B Plot came together pretty drat nicely this week.

SLICK GOKU BABY posted:

The Cartman raps were pretty funny and well written and deserve plenty of respect for nailing that in voice.

I was just thinking that as I was watching it.

vermin fucked around with this message at Sep 21, 2017 around 05:25

SLICK GOKU BABY
Jun 12, 2001


The Human Crouton posted:

I'm starting to think that South Park shouldn't have B plots.

What the gently caress is this? The B plot is completely 100% South Park and episodes don't feel the same without them.

But even beyond that, this episode completely nailed the A & B plots.

sticklefifer
Nov 11, 2003

TOO EASY

Craig is actually a really good boyfriend and it's adorable.

Small White Dragon
Nov 23, 2007

No relation.

sticklefifer posted:

Craig is actually a really good boyfriend and it's adorable.
Surprising, right?

basic hitler
Dec 28, 2006

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This was way the hell better than that first episode. This is the south park i enjoy watching.

Chop Sunni
Aug 13, 2007



Lipstick Apathy

That was brilliant.

Milo and POTUS
Sep 3, 2017


Small White Dragon posted:

Surprising, right?

Was it craig or clyde who used to flip people off all the time

Small White Dragon
Nov 23, 2007

No relation.

Milo and POTUS posted:

Was it craig or clyde who used to flip people off all the time
Craig.

Sir Lemming
Jan 27, 2009

It's a piece of JUNK!

That was just about the perfect balance of "kids just being kids" and current events/politics.

Of course, the single biggest laugh was Hillary Clinton popping up during the song and the kids singing "no one cares". Though I'm sure a bunch of people, reviewers mostly, are gonna get butthurt about that and accuse them of being alt-right or whatever.

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Milo and POTUS
Sep 3, 2017


I did not hate this episode. Heck, it was kinda fun. Ok, bye.

Jerusalem
May 20, 2004

Anybody remotely interesting is mad in some way or another.


That was a really fun episode, Eric's,"Are you loving kidding me?" when the kid got run over in front of him was great.

sticklefifer posted:

Craig is actually a really good boyfriend and it's adorable.

Tweak & Craig are the best

Sir Lemming
Jan 27, 2009

It's a piece of JUNK!

I'm just now realizing that there might actually be a layer of meta-commentary about the show buried beneath the actual plots, although they hid it pretty well so it wasn't distracting. Tweek is a stand-in for everyone wondering how Trey & Matt could possibly ignore Trump, and Craig is them trying their best to focus on other things. In the end they realize they kind of have to address it, because it's a real concern that a lot of people have. But they try to find a constructive way to do it. In the end they still blame the one causing the concerns, rather than blaming people for caring too much.

Tenzarin
Jul 24, 2007

Let me sing you a song


Taco Defender

Seemed like a boring episode to me.

Waltzing Along
Jun 14, 2008


I thought Craig was going to start playing Jeremy and Tweak was going to pull out a gun.

Would have been funny but very very dark.

The Croc
Dec 19, 2004

But First...We train!



Really enjoyed that episode was a nice mix of the South park zany and current events. Craig and Tweak arguing in the amusement park while all the carnage going on had me in stitches.

CAPTAIN CAPSLOCK
Sep 11, 2001



vermin posted:

Smash cut to them all laughing at Cartman's suicide threats was . Garrison's escalating tweets were pretty great too. And the rap songs were beautiful.
A Plot and B Plot came together pretty drat nicely this week.

Yea that was really loving funny. Goddamn this was a good episode.

PaybackJack
May 21, 2003

...as much revenge as any man could possibly take.


That was a good episode. I laughed a few times, and was overall amused.

The missile over Tweak's house was great. Tweek's constant "Why would he do that?!?!" was spot on.

Nobnob
Nov 24, 2013

It's arousal.


Looks like they are back on track with the season 18 idea to do a semi-serialized format.
Best way to deal with nowadays' America.

Amazing Cartman rap by the way.

The Bee
Nov 25, 2012

Making his way to the ring . . .
from Deep in the Jungle . . .

The Big Monkey!


Yeah. I mean, this doesn't seem any more serialized than "Stan likes Wendy" back from the old seasons. Relationships and character traits stay consistent, but the plot doesn't shift too much. We aren't going to have every character hiding in a North Korea proof bunker while Randy renovates it to be more of an open concept hiding place.

Waltzing Along
Jun 14, 2008


Looking forward to Trump getting deposed and Garrison going back to teaching.

Milo and POTUS
Sep 3, 2017


Nobnob posted:

Looks like they are back on track with the season 18 idea to do a semi-serialized format.
Best way to deal with nowadays' America.

Amazing Cartman rap by the way.

These guys have always been really really good at musical numbers.

Waltzing Along
Jun 14, 2008


Milo and POTUS posted:

These guys have always been really really good at musical numbers.

I guess a degree in musical theater is useful.

Bust Rodd
Oct 21, 2008

Pull up dem pants, Cuphead

Yeah it's kind of amazing that these guys are just one award away from a full EGOT but only got there on the backs of killing a little boy while Isaac Hayes sang about his dick for like 10 years.

My favorite Trey & Matt moment is an interview where they talks about when Book of Mormon was up against Spider-Man for a Grammy and he was like "gently caress first Phil Collins takes my Oscar for best soundtrack and now I'm gonna lose my Grammy to Bono, ugh, this is what happens when you let rockers into the THEATRE!"

edit: for correct white guy

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StalkofWheat
Oct 10, 2012


It's still a travesty that Phill Collins' lame add Tarzan song beat blame Canada.

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Waltzing Along
Jun 14, 2008


StalkofWheat posted:

It's still a travesty that Phill Collins' lame add Tarzan song beat blame Canada.

No one in the academy actually saw South Park: BLU.

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