History DethroningMoment / SouthPark

13th Feb '17 7:53:20 PM MorphinBrony
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''ALL CHARACTERS AND EVENTS IN THESE EPISODES -- EVEN THOSE BASED ON REAL PEOPLE -- ARE ENTIRELY [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness MISREPRESENTED]]. ALL SATIRICAL CONTENT IS RESEARCHED.....[[CriticalResearchFailure POORLY.]] THE FOLLOWING PAGE CONTAINS UNPOPULAR EPISODES AND DUE TO THEIR CONTENT THEY SHOULD NOT BE VIEWED BY ANYONE.''
12th Feb '17 2:20:37 PM WoodyAlien3rd
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* WoodyAlien3rd: It's hard to pick an episode from Season 20, so I'll say the season as a whole. ''South Park'' already remade episodes right before airing, and it worked, but here they tried to rework the entire storyline on the fly because they didn't think Trump could win the elections, and it showed. Parker's obsession with satirizing current events while they happen and the big number of plotlines (no less than three just in the first episode, with more appearing later) generated a poorly-written, confusing storyline that left a lot of hanging threads and was concluded with a blatant deus ex machina. Lots of characters appeared to do a whole lot of nothing (JJ Abrams, the Clintons, Bill Cosby, Caitlin Jenner, Elon Musk), the BigBad was just some random guy unrelated to anybody and the Member Berries, who seemed to be a clever and hilarious metaphor for the dangers of nostalgia, similarly just disappeared halfway through the season, their purpose or existence never explained. Some characters had a different personality (mellow Cartman, jerkass Butters, dickish troll Gerald) just for the sake of adding even more plotlines, like the war between boys and girls at SP Elementary, who only made the season even more bloated and never receiving a satisfying payoff.

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* WoodyAlien3rd: [=WoodyAlien3rd=]: It's hard to pick an episode from Season 20, so I'll say the season as a whole. ''South Park'' already remade episodes right before airing, and it worked, but here they tried to rework the entire storyline on the fly because they didn't think Trump could win the elections, and it showed. Parker's obsession with satirizing current events while they happen and the big number of plotlines (no less than three just in the first episode, with more appearing later) generated a poorly-written, confusing bloated storyline that left a lot of hanging threads and was concluded with a blatant deus ex machina. Lots of characters appeared to do a whole lot of nothing (JJ Abrams, the Clintons, Bill Cosby, Caitlin Jenner, Elon Musk), Musk... heck even Kyle's mom seemed about to unleash her fury like in TheMovie and then, surprise, did nothing), the BigBad was just some random guy unrelated to anybody and the Member Berries, who seemed to be a clever and hilarious metaphor for the dangers of nostalgia, similarly just disappeared halfway through the season, their purpose or existence never explained. Some characters had a different personality (mellow Cartman, jerkass Butters, dickish troll Gerald) just for the sake of adding even more plotlines, like the war between boys and girls at SP Elementary, who only made the season even more bloated and that never receiving a satisfying payoff.payoff. Not only this season showed that they aren't the master satirists many seem to see as, but also that their approach of always taking a middle ground is getting old: the major theme of the season, trolling, is treated very ambiguously and it's never clear what their stance is, if any. And, once again, [=DildoShwaggins=] and the other trolls get sidelined after a while, literally stuck in a cell doing nothing. Finally, acknowledging the season's problems with the usual Kyle patronising speech and literally naming one episode "Not Funny" is not clever, just infuriating.
12th Feb '17 2:06:02 PM WoodyAlien3rd
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* WoodyAlien3rd: It's hard to pick an episode from Season 20, so I'll say the season as a whole. ''South Park'' already remade episodes right before airing, and it worked, but here they tried to rework the entire storyline on the fly because they didn't think Trump could win the elections, and it showed. Parker's obsession with satirizing current events while they happen and the big number of plotlines (no less than three just in the first episode, with more appearing later) generated a poorly-written, confusing storyline that left a lot of hanging threads and was concluded with a blatant deus ex machina. Lots of characters appeared to do a whole lot of nothing (JJ Abrams, the Clintons, Bill Cosby, Caitlin Jenner, Elon Musk), the BigBad was just some random guy unrelated to anybody and the Member Berries, who seemed to be a clever and hilarious metaphor for the dangers of nostalgia, similarly just disappeared halfway through the season, their purpose or existence never explained. Some characters had a different personality (mellow Cartman, jerkass Butters, dickish troll Gerald) just for the sake of adding even more plotlines, like the war between boys and girls at SP Elementary, who only made the season even more bloated and never receiving a satisfying payoff.
6th Jan '17 5:00:48 PM nombretomado
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* Tropers/OZone: While Season 15 is turning out to be the worst season yet in my opinion, off the top of my head I have to say the season premiere, "[=HUMANCENTiPAD=]". A {{Squick}}-worthy and possibly NightmareFuel inducing parody of a {{Squick}}-worthy and NightmareFuel inducing [[TheHumanCentipede Horror flick]] among other things can turn one's stomach enough to quit the show for good.

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* Tropers/OZone: While Season 15 is turning out to be the worst season yet in my opinion, off the top of my head I have to say the season premiere, "[=HUMANCENTiPAD=]". A {{Squick}}-worthy and possibly NightmareFuel inducing parody of a {{Squick}}-worthy and NightmareFuel inducing [[TheHumanCentipede [[Film/TheHumanCentipede Horror flick]] among other things can turn one's stomach enough to quit the show for good.
12th Dec '16 11:20:48 AM Gene0129
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* gene0129: [[HateSink Skankhunt42]] [[spoiler: [[KarmaHoudini Not paying for his crimes.]] Yes, Bedrager ended up being the greater of two evils, but it was still total bullshit how they expected us to forget that he was the reason for dooming all of the world, for his selfish fun.]] What a miserable way to end the otherwise decent season 20.
5th Nov '16 6:56:18 PM clarknomahfalls
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** Tropers/Clark Nomah: Related to the Tyler Perry running gag, there's the unfortunate implication that only black people find him funny, as explained when Token is the only one to laugh at Madea's jokes. My white mother and a white friend of mine find Madea to be funny, so in the words of Stan Smith, T&M, your argument is invalid.
5th Nov '16 6:38:32 PM clarknomahfalls
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** Tropers/Jenko My Name Is Jeff: In the same episode, for me, it's the implication that Broadway is basically a brothel, complete with nonstop repetitions about blowjobs. It manages to be worse than Disney being handled that way in "The Ring". In other words, it's in very poor taste. Also, first Trey and Matt managed to get "shit" uncensored, and now "blowjob" (which was shortened to BJ in "The Ring"). After ''The Stick of Truth'' video game featured graphic female nudity, "The Magic Bush" features a sex scene complete with uncensored female breasts. What I'm saying is, Trey and Matt are coming ''very damn close'' to getting "fuck" and frontal male nudity uncensored--or, in other words, making Comedy Central their number-one bitch by having everything uncensored, thus fulfilling their prophecies.

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** Tropers/Jenko My Name Is Jeff: In the same episode, for me, it's the implication that Broadway is basically a brothel, complete with nonstop repetitions about blowjobs. It manages to be worse than Disney being handled that way in "The Ring". In other words, it's in very poor taste. Also, first Trey and Matt managed to get "shit" uncensored, and now "blowjob" (which was shortened to BJ in "The Ring"). After ''The Stick of Truth'' video game featured graphic female nudity, "The Magic Bush" features a sex scene complete with uncensored female breasts. What I'm saying is, Trey and Matt are coming ''very damn close'' to getting "fuck" and frontal male adult nudity uncensored--or, in other words, making Comedy Central their number-one bitch by having everything uncensored, thus fulfilling their prophecies.
5th Nov '16 6:36:56 PM clarknomahfalls
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* Tadd Underwood: For me, a DMOS of the show is the beginning of "Dances with Smurfs". A ginger kid does the morning announcements but is interrupted when a gun-toting maniac busts into the office, claiming that he slept with his wife. To clarify: he heard that a middle-age truck driver named Gordon Saltsi slept with her; the ginger's name is Gordon Stoltski. So after killing a person who happened to intervene, he starts beating the kid up and then murders him, then himself. All heard over a P.A. system. [[DudeNotFunny That is the most fucked-up opening to an episode in television history.]] [[HarsherInHindsight Worse, the Sandy Hook Elementary shootings make this extremely grim.]] I mean, if the episode would've opened with his funeral and explained the reason why he died, then it would've been fine. It'd still be messed up because of the reason behind his death explained, but it would've been better than hearing the spectacle in horrifying detail. It's just the show once again rubbing in our faces: "Gingers are creepy and weird. Therefore, we do not like them." But this episode adds in: "To get our point across, let's kill a minor recurring ginger that you've only seen a few times."

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* Tadd Underwood: Tropers/When Did I Get Stabbed?: For me, a DMOS of the show is the beginning of "Dances with Smurfs". A ginger kid does the morning announcements but is interrupted when a gun-toting maniac busts into the office, claiming that he slept with his wife. To clarify: he heard that a middle-age truck driver named Gordon Saltsi slept with her; the ginger's name is Gordon Stoltski. So after killing a person who happened to intervene, he starts beating the kid up and then murders him, then himself. All heard over a P.A. system. [[DudeNotFunny That is the most fucked-up opening to an episode in television history.]] [[HarsherInHindsight Worse, the Sandy Hook Elementary shootings make this extremely grim.]] I mean, if the episode would've opened with his funeral and explained the reason why he died, then it would've been fine. It'd still be messed up because of the reason behind his death explained, but it would've been better than hearing the spectacle in horrifying detail. It's just the show once again rubbing in our faces: "Gingers are creepy and weird. Therefore, we do not like them." But this episode adds in: "To get our point across, let's kill a minor recurring ginger that you've only seen a few times."



** Tropers/Tad Davis: In the same episode, for me, it's the implication that Broadway is basically a brothel, complete with nonstop repetitions about blowjobs. It manages to be worse than Disney being handled that way in "The Ring". In other words, it's in very poor taste. Also, first Trey and Matt managed to get "shit" uncensored, and now "blowjob" (which was shortened to BJ in "The Ring"). After ''The Stick of Truth'' video game featured graphic female nudity, "The Magic Bush" features a sex scene complete with uncensored female breasts. What I'm saying is, Trey and Matt are coming ''very damn close'' to getting "fuck" and frontal male nudity uncensored--or, in other words, making Comedy Central their number-one bitch by having everything uncensored, thus fulfilling their prophecies.

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** Tropers/Tad Davis: Tropers/Jenko My Name Is Jeff: In the same episode, for me, it's the implication that Broadway is basically a brothel, complete with nonstop repetitions about blowjobs. It manages to be worse than Disney being handled that way in "The Ring". In other words, it's in very poor taste. Also, first Trey and Matt managed to get "shit" uncensored, and now "blowjob" (which was shortened to BJ in "The Ring"). After ''The Stick of Truth'' video game featured graphic female nudity, "The Magic Bush" features a sex scene complete with uncensored female breasts. What I'm saying is, Trey and Matt are coming ''very damn close'' to getting "fuck" and frontal male nudity uncensored--or, in other words, making Comedy Central their number-one bitch by having everything uncensored, thus fulfilling their prophecies.
25th Oct '16 5:14:38 PM RabidBadger1632
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