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    I fucking lost my shit at that ending LOL @tony.parente

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    Uh.... what the fuck was that? Seriously, that wasn't very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thevoid99 View Post
    Uh.... what the fuck was that? Seriously, that wasn't very good.
    Yeah, a few funny parts, but overall kinda meh. I'm hoping that it's just Matt & Trey shaking off the cobwebs from almost a year away and the next few episodes will be better.

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    It better be funny. I don't want another year-long narrative like the last few seasons.

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    the last season was the best season yet... I still haven't watched the new one though

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    OK, I watched it... It wasn't the best, but there was a point to it that I think might have been too oddly framed to pick up on.

    The redneck "took er jerrrrrbs" guys are furious that convenience devices are popular... that machines are taking the jobs that average white guys in America aren't willing to do. The point there is kind of obvious, and the correlation to the Charlottesville scenario is clear too, though the counter w/ Randy having the White People Renovating Houses was kinda strange, and I'm not 100% sure what is being said there. As a counterpoint to the redneck "protesters," maybe it's being critical of the bourgeois white "coastal elites" who engage in navel gazing reality TV distractions that celebrate their own philanthropy while simultaneously mocking "white trash" in the rust belt?

    I'm not sure this one worked as satire, if only because the message was so strangely convoluted, to the degree where in order to "get it" you kind of have to sound like you're pretentiously overthinking South Park...

    WOAH... I think I just got it?

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    I read enough reviews and heard a co-worker talk about this one. I think the constantly in line with pop culture is gonna start hurting this show soon just based on this premiere episode's premise.

    The last few seasons haven't been my favorite either.

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