History WesternAnimation / SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut

30th Aug '17 7:34:42 AM HalcyonDayz
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* LogoJoke: The Paramount logo[[note]] which gained an updated appearance starting with this movie- the stars gained a thick golden border (and were now visible in the lake below the mountain, while the Paramount text slowly shined; this would precede the 2002 CGI mountain[[/note]] fades into an equivalent as part of the mountain backdrop of South Park. The joke was ruined for the international version though, where the 1998 Warner Bros. shield takes the place of the Paramountain. [[note]]In case you're wondering why Warner Bros. had anything to do with this, it's because at the time Creator/ComedyCentral was co-owned by Viacom and Time Warner- it was formed in 1991 by a merger of MTV Networks' HA! TV Comedy Network, and Creator/{{HBO}}'s Comedy Channel; Time Warner sold their stake in 2003. This split was also reflected by earlier ''South Park'' VHS tapes and DVDs- the first video tapes went under Time Warner's Rhino Home Video label (a part of Rhino Records and spunoff with the rest of the Warner Music Group in 2004), while the DVDs were initially released by Warner Home Video- some re-issues still credit WHV and Paramount both. In a sense of irony, Warner Home Video has since struck a deal with Paramount to distribute Paramount movies on Blu-Ray and DVD.[[/note]]

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* LogoJoke: The Paramount logo[[note]] which gained an updated appearance starting with this movie- the stars gained a thick golden border (and were now visible in the lake below the mountain, while the Paramount text slowly shined; this would precede the 2002 CGI mountain[[/note]] fades into an equivalent as part of the mountain backdrop of South Park. The joke was ruined for the international version though, where the 1998 Warner Bros. shield takes the place of the Paramountain. [[note]]In case you're wondering why Warner Bros. had anything to do with this, it's because at the time Creator/ComedyCentral was co-owned by Viacom and Time Warner- it was formed in 1991 by a merger of MTV Networks' HA! TV Comedy Network, and Creator/{{HBO}}'s Comedy Channel; Time Warner sold their stake in 2003. This split was also reflected by earlier ''South Park'' VHS tapes and DVDs- [=DVDs=]- the first video tapes went under Time Warner's Rhino Home Video label (a part of Rhino Records and spunoff with the rest of the Warner Music Group in 2004), while the DVDs [=DVDs=] were initially released by Warner Home Video- some re-issues still credit WHV and Paramount both. In a sense of irony, Warner Home Video has since struck a deal with Paramount to distribute Paramount movies on Blu-Ray and DVD.[[/note]]
21st Aug '17 1:25:24 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* BlackDudeDiesFirst: The army attempts to send in all the black soldiers first as "Operation: Human Shield" and the white soldiers getting behind them as "Operation: Get Behind The Darkies", even after [[GenreSavvy Chef]] reminds the general of the Emancipation Proclamation (the freedom of slaves). Chef helps avert this trope when he tells all the black soldiers to duck at the right time.

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* BlackDudeDiesFirst: The army attempts to send in all the black soldiers first as "Operation: Human Shield" and the white soldiers getting behind them as "Operation: Get Behind The Darkies", even after [[GenreSavvy Chef]] Chef reminds the general of the Emancipation Proclamation (the freedom of slaves). Chef helps avert this trope when he tells all the black soldiers to duck at the right time.
10th Aug '17 12:49:43 PM xcountryguy
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While {{vulgar|Humor}} and [[CrossesTheLineTwice patently offensive]] (it won a Guinness World Record for most obscenities in an animated feature--399), ''Uncut'' managed to gain recognition from the Academy of Arts and Sciences when "Blame Canada" was nominated for Best Original Song at the 2000 Academy Awards(it lost to Music/PhilCollins' "You'll Be in My Heart" from Disney's ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'', a lost that Trey Parker did not take lightly). It's also notable for being just plain laugh-out-loud funny, and the terrific original tunes--including "Blame Canada", "Mountain Town", "Uncle Fucka", and "What Would Brian Boitano Do?"--certainly help in that regard.

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While {{vulgar|Humor}} and [[CrossesTheLineTwice patently offensive]] (it won a Guinness World Record for most obscenities in an animated feature--399), ''Uncut'' managed to gain recognition from the Academy of Arts and Sciences when "Blame Canada" was nominated for Best Original Song at the 2000 Academy Awards(it Awards (it lost to Music/PhilCollins' "You'll Be in My Heart" from Disney's ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'', a lost loss that Trey Parker did not take lightly). It's also notable for being just plain laugh-out-loud funny, and the terrific original tunes--including "Blame Canada", "Mountain Town", "Uncle Fucka", and "What Would Brian Boitano Do?"--certainly help in that regard.



* AnimatedMusical

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* BadassGay: Satan is a double subversion. He's initially weak and submissive (which is discussed when he talks to Kenny), though he opens up the portal to Hell so that demons would floor the Earth, but [[spoiler:he eventually musters the courage to break up with Saddam for good ''and kill him'']].

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* BadassGay: Satan is a double subversion. He's initially weak and submissive (which is discussed when he talks to Kenny), though he opens up the portal to Hell so that demons would floor flood the Earth, but [[spoiler:he eventually musters the courage to break up with Saddam for good ''and kill him'']].



* BrickJoke: "Operation: Human Shield".

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* CampGay: This is played straight...gay...whatever, with Big Gay Al, and is taken UpToEleven with his big musical number, "I'm Super".

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* CampGay: This is played straight...gay... gay... whatever, with Big Gay Al, and is taken UpToEleven with his big musical number, "I'm Super".



* EvilMatriarch: Sheila.

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* FanDisservice: At the end of Big Gay Al's song, he bares his naked genitals to the audience. Of course, most of the audience was male.

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* FanDisservice: FanDisservice:
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At the end of Big Gay Al's song, he bares his naked genitals to the audience. Of course, most of the audience was male.



* FinalSolution: Sheila's EvilPlan.

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* GagPenis: Saddam teases Satan with two of these, which are fake, but extremely realistic-looking. Also, see FanDisservice.

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* GagPenis: Saddam teases Satan with two of these, which are fake, but extremely realistic-looking. Also, see FanDisservice.



* GoodIsNotNice: Ze Mole.

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* ImColdSoCold: [[spoiler:The Mole]].

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* %%* ImColdSoCold: [[spoiler:The Mole]].



* LaResistance: The TropeNamer.
* LaughablyEvil: Saddam

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* %%* LaughablyEvil: Saddam



* OneShotCharacter: Gregory, Dr. Vosknocker and Ze Mole.

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* OneShotCharacter: Gregory, Dr. Vosknocker and Ze Mole.Mole are only used for the movie.



* VillainousLament: "Up There."
* VillainSong: "I Can Change", "Up There", and "Blame Canada" (sort of).

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* %%* VillainSong: "I Can Change", "Up There", and "Blame Canada" (sort of).



* VillainWithGoodPublicity: Sheila.

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* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:Ze Mole.]]

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* %%* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:Ze Mole.]]



* WellIntentionedExtremist: Sheila.

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10th Jun '17 2:29:10 AM mariofan1000
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* CountryMatters: Among the words used during Cartman's literal swear-storm at the end of the movie.



* CountryMatters: Among the words used during Cartman's literal swear-storm at the end of the movie.
10th Jun '17 2:28:43 AM mariofan1000
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* CountryMatters: Among the words used during Cartman's literal swear-storm at the end of the movie.
6th Jun '17 3:32:40 PM needsanewhobby
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** Liane is a part of the Mothers Against Canada organization trying to prevent their children from swearing and execute Canada, yet she swears in the musical number "Blame Canada" with the lines "Now when I see him [Cartman], he tells me to fuck myself" and "And that bitch Anne Murray too!", but no one in-universe seems to take notice. Although, this could imply that it's only okay for the boys' parents to swear, whereas if a kid sweared it would get them in deep trouble.

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** Liane is a part of the Mothers Against Canada organization trying to prevent their children from swearing and execute Canada, yet she swears in the musical number "Blame Canada" with the lines "Now when I see him [Cartman], he tells me to fuck myself" and "And that bitch Anne Murray too!", but no one in-universe seems to take notice. Although, this could imply that it's only okay for the boys' parents to swear, whereas if a kid sweared swore it would get them in deep trouble.
16th May '17 8:55:50 PM YuriFan17
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* BellyDancer: Some are shown in Saddam Hussein's "I Can Change" musical number. The black comedy of South Park rears its head again, however, as Saddam takes a dancer and snaps her body in half during the song.
21st Apr '17 3:03:19 AM Tightwire
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under the 3 feet of the snow I mean.\\

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under Under the 3 feet of the snow I mean.\\



All the happy people stop to say hello,\\
even though the temperature's low.\\

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All the happy people stop to say hello,\\
even
hello, ''(Get out of my way!)''\\
Even
though the temperature's low.\\
9th Apr '17 6:41:32 PM TheBigBopper
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Cartman, Kenny, Kyle, and Stan sneak into a Sunday morning screening of ''Asses of Fire'', a new film starring their favorite {{Canad|aEh}}ian comedians, Terrance and Phillip. The [[VulgarHumor epic amounts of obscenities]] they take from the film (and quickly spread to the other kids at school) causes all sorts of trouble; before too long, the parents of South Park, led by Kyle's mother Sheila Broflovski, go on the MoralGuardian warpath. Their culture war eventually results in the arrest of Terrance and Phillip, which starts an ''actual'' war between Canada and America. The American government plans to execute Terrance and Philip during a USO show...[[FromBadToWorse which would allow Satan to rise up and cause]] TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. The world's only hope for salvation? You guessed it: Cartman, Kenny, Kyle, and Stan.

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Cartman, Kenny, Kyle, and Stan sneak into a Sunday morning screening of ''Asses of Fire'', a new film starring their favorite {{Canad|aEh}}ian comedians, Terrance and Phillip. The [[VulgarHumor epic amounts number of obscenities]] they take from the film (and quickly spread to the other kids at school) causes all sorts of trouble; before too long, the parents of South Park, led by Kyle's mother Sheila Broflovski, go on the MoralGuardian warpath. Their culture war eventually results in the arrest of Terrance and Phillip, which starts an ''actual'' war between Canada and America. The American government plans to execute Terrance and Philip during a USO show...[[FromBadToWorse which would allow Satan to rise up and cause]] TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. The world's only hope for salvation? You guessed it: Cartman, Kenny, Kyle, and Stan.
31st Mar '17 3:01:48 PM NWolfman
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While {{vulgar|Humor}} and [[CrossesTheLineTwice patently offensive]] (it won a Guinness World Record for most obscenities in an animated feature--399), ''Uncut'' remains notable for both that "fastest TV-to-movie adaptation" bit mentioned above and the song "Blame Canada". That song earned the film an Academy Award nomination (for Best Original Song, won that year by Disney's ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' for "You'll Be in My Heart"). It's also notable for being just plain laugh-out-loud funny, and the terrific original tunes--including "Blame Canada", "Mountain Town", "Uncle Fucka", and "What Would Brian Boitano Do?"--certainly help in that regard.

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While {{vulgar|Humor}} and [[CrossesTheLineTwice patently offensive]] (it won a Guinness World Record for most obscenities in an animated feature--399), ''Uncut'' remains notable for both that "fastest TV-to-movie adaptation" bit mentioned above managed to gain recognition from the Academy of Arts and the song Sciences when "Blame Canada". That song earned the film an Academy Award nomination (for Canada" was nominated for Best Original Song, won that year by Disney's ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' for Song at the 2000 Academy Awards(it lost to Music/PhilCollins' "You'll Be in My Heart").Heart" from Disney's ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'', a lost that Trey Parker did not take lightly). It's also notable for being just plain laugh-out-loud funny, and the terrific original tunes--including "Blame Canada", "Mountain Town", "Uncle Fucka", and "What Would Brian Boitano Do?"--certainly help in that regard.
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