The puking got old.... I could count the number of times I laughed out loud at this episode. First was when Sarah Jessica parker's name came up randomly in the chinese reading of the book (translations anyone???) the second time was when we actually SAW sarah jessica parker (hahahaha), the third was when Morgan Freeman read Butter's book (LOOOL). Admittedly they were big laughs but very few.
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sc4k United Kingdom. March 26 2010 01:31. Posts 4570
Actually really enjoyed this episode. It's like the episode where Cartman discovers intro-recto. They did it just the same way, and I really enjoyed that. The presenters who took ages to vomit had me paralysed from laughing. It was some good crude humour for a change. It was hilarious how quickly people vomitted as well. I'd give the episode a 7.5/10 again .
spydernoob Canada. March 26 2010 01:47. Posts 1066
I laughed at some of the puking scenes, but it really got repetitive quick and I wasn't even laughing that hard. Family Guy has had episodes with some puking for a small segment, not as the foundation of the episode like this last one. Terribad and I'm shocked anyone thinks this is the best episode of South Park ever. Trolling or wtf?
On March 26 2010 01:47 spydernoob wrote: that episode was terrible. all the puking seemed like a family guy episode in the sense that they need to fill time up with crap.
It felt like they were simply referencing them as a tribute, it felt very awkward. Also the complete switch from absurdity to satyre finally happened in this series and unfortunately things don't look like they are going to change.
At least season 14 is not as bad as pure pwnage on showcase, South Park I can still watch, PP has lost me.
On March 26 2010 02:53 WaveMotion wrote: i thought it was a good episode, (catcher in the rye) or whatever. shows how fucking stupid art critiques are in general.
And you needed a whole episode to tell you something that is one of the lowest level-clichés? Up till season 9 one or two scenes, the introduction of a couple one-episode characters and they'd be done.
In the Cartoon Wars episodes (yes, the Family Guy ones) Kyle complimented Family Guy by saying taht "at least it doesn't get all preachy and stuff". Right now Trey is doing just the opposite, making the structure of the whole episode converge towards the final message. And Matt Stone shouldn't even be mentioned when speaking about the plots, he hasn't been involved in that department since season 8 or so, all he has been doing is the voiceovers for his characters.