Favorite South Park Ep.

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Favorite South Park Ep.

Post by djwhitaker2004 » Sat Nov 05, 2005 5:48 pm

I think some of you hate the show, but I give it a try. Here a list of my favs:
The Passion of the Jews:
    Mel Gibson was crazy & made me laugh.
Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics:
    Best South Park's Christmas episode ever, I love the songs including "Christmas Time in Hell" & the one where Jesus & Santa sing.
Chicken Lover:
    I like Cartman being as a cop.
Kenny Dies:
    Great drama ep, when Cartman try everything to save Kenny's life.
Chinpoko Mon:
    I really like kids have fun time w/ toys.
Cartman joins NAMBLA:
    Kenny's Dad throws up & poop made me laugh.
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Re: Favorite South Park Ep.

Post by Little P » Sat Nov 05, 2005 6:44 pm

Mine is "It Hits the Fan"
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Re: Favorite South Park Ep.

Post by tommy » Sat Nov 05, 2005 8:15 pm

Apart from the first Mr. Hankey special (which made me fall in love with the show!) I have no special favorites. The good thing about SP is that they managed to keep the show's quality at a constant high level. Which cannot be said of some other long-running series...  :(
Take the present season for example. The last episode was great, the second to last (with butters being the "butt" of the jokes, as usual) was even better: an instant classic, I don't remember laughing this much watching a cartoon, not even Family Guy comes near.
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Re: Favorite South Park Ep.

Post by Hellfish » Sat Nov 05, 2005 9:17 pm

I don't know the name, but the ep where the boys and Tweek (I think his name is Tweek) sets out to prevent Spielberg and Lucas from making crappy remakes was a riot! Best I've seen so far.
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Re: Favorite South Park Ep.

Post by aoifestorm » Sat Nov 05, 2005 11:06 pm

This is much too hard to answer, but I'll try...

Ike's Bris--  This is a classic episode because of the sub-plot, Mr. Mackey's drug adventures

Chinpokomon!- No explaination needed

The episode where they are all in anime

Chef's Wedding

Spooky Fish- with added scary Barbra Sterisand faces

Mecha Streisand

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Re: Favorite South Park Ep.

Post by Terry Y » Sun Nov 06, 2005 2:03 am

No question.  "Fun With Weapons."  No TV show has made fun of anime with such accuracy before or since.  And also mad it so freakin' hilarious!
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Re: Favorite South Park Ep.

Post by Tony_Baritone » Sun Nov 06, 2005 3:08 am

I nominate the bris episode, if only because the subplot made it the only episode that my Ma laughed at (actually the only ep that didn't disgust her).  She has since been able to do quite a good Mackey impersonation, which I didn't expect. ;D
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Re: Favorite South Park Ep.

Post by c_nordlander » Sun Nov 06, 2005 4:05 pm

I've seen far too little of most recent South Park. I liked "Ike's Bris", "Mecha Streisand", "Spooky Fish" and the Christmas special with Charles Manson, but my favourite episode of all time remains "Planearium" [sic]. High points: the Crusades constellation, the Counsellor-Student Mind Meld, Barbrady being brainwashed into believing he was Elvis, and just about everything else.

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Re: Favorite South Park Ep.

Post by arpulver » Sun Nov 06, 2005 5:16 pm

Man oh man, I haven't watched the series in a while, but there's just too many good ones to name. I'll just cop out and say the movie.
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Re: Favorite South Park Ep.

Post by c_nordlander » Sun Nov 06, 2005 5:53 pm

Word. The movie was superior to all episodes I've seen, with great music to boot.

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Re: Favorite South Park Ep.

Post by The Great Malinko » Mon Nov 07, 2005 5:56 pm

are you all forgetin the christmas episode that came on last year i swear it was the funnest thing i have every seen :D but sadly they only showed it once :'(
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Re: Favorite South Park Ep.

Post by Bothead » Fri Nov 11, 2005 10:20 am

I have to pick two. The one when the kids get weapons and half the show is in a crappy anime style (The song "Let's Fighting Love" is hilarious and is spoken in Japanese, surprisingly) and when the kids compete in a baseball tournament and try to lose on purpose.
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Re: Favorite South Park Ep.

Post by arpulver » Sat Nov 12, 2005 1:18 am

Immaterial wrote: Word. The movie was superior to all episodes I've seen, with great music to boot.

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Re: Favorite South Park Ep.

Post by Officer 1BDI » Sat Nov 12, 2005 3:03 am

I saw "Scott Tenorman Must Die" last night.  It was disturbingly amusing.  :P

My favorite episode is probably "The Jeffersons," though I say that having not seen many episodes, including "Good Times With Weapons."
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Re: Favorite South Park Ep.

Post by c_nordlander » Sat Nov 12, 2005 9:00 am

arpulver wrote:Awesome moment today- a Jeopardy question asked which ice skater the South Park boys hailed for fighting the evil robot king. I burst into song. My mother found it very amusing.
That's brilliant. I wish Swedish Jeopardy had questions that funny.
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