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    I thought Cartman's reaction to the long story short guy was hilarious!

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    The first time they did the whole CGI internal analysis thing with Stan when he finds out they're going to be with a group of strangers was so priceless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thevoid99 View Post
    The live action stuff was hilarious. I almost lost my breath in those scenes. Other than that, I had mixed feelings about the episode. I know what they were trying to do but it started to annoy me until the live action portion.
    Wow, do you live in the Bizarro World?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolguy View Post
    Wow, do you live in the Bizarro World?
    No, I just for some reason was laughing at some of the antics in that segment. I don't know why. I think it depends on how potty humor is used. Unlike other comedy actors who try to use it.

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    Anyone else think it was brilliant they got the guy who always did all those re-enactments on Youtube to do the re-enactment in South Park?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babali View Post
    Anyone else think it was brilliant they got the guy who always did all those re-enactments on Youtube to do the re-enactment in South Park?
    Yeah, his Uncle Buck is amazing - good for him!

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    When Cartman is sliding down the rope thing and is like, hanging upside down with his eyes shut screaming "I'm so fucking boooored" I almost lost my shit! So hilariousl

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    oh god this one with token and 'cupid me' had me in stitches LOL

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    Cupid me ruled! Plus, Cartman singing "I Swear" to Kyle had me in stitches as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thevoid99 View Post
    Cupid me ruled! Plus, Cartman singing "I Swear" to Kyle had me in stitches as well.
    All his singing in this episode was great! Loved his sexy love ballad voice during Token's and Nichole's montage, the way his voice started from a way too low pitch in each verse was priceless!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexandros View Post
    All his singing in this episode was great! Loved his sexy love ballad voice during Token's and Nichole's montage, the way his voice started from a way too low pitch in each verse was priceless!
    But did it have you in stitches?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolguy View Post
    But did it have you in stitches?
    Well no, I don't believe it did. But it did have me in several turns or loops of thread or yarn.

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    I died at Mr Garrison's lesson.

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    Sarcastaball: "This is cum."

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    well, the episode was ok. Better than the season premier.

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    That's true. I can't believe there's actually a show called Honey Boo-Boo. That is terrible. I wish I never something like that existed.

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    Didn't care for Sarcastaball, probably since I'm neither American nor a sports fan so most of it went over my head. The latest one was decent.

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    First good episode is in!

    "A man's wife is his life, Mr UPS Man!"

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    those bane masks hahaha

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    After last season, I think I gave up on this show. I don't know, maybe I outgrew their humor or something.

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    I didn't get the Bane masks... I enjoyed the episode though. Maybe, more so because I order from amazon a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan View Post
    those bane masks hahaha
    Anyone else sad they changed the masks (obviously for rights reasons) from the exact copy from TDKR to ones with little straps around the head?

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    Poor Ike though. Having to see his mom being fucked by a guy in a UPS suit unaware that it's his dad.

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    Wow... tonight's episode was pretty good. I like a pissed-off Butters. Yet, him killing an entire cruise ship with a golf ball... DAMN. And of course, Elvis!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thevoid99 View Post
    Wow... tonight's episode was pretty good. I like a pissed-off Butters. Yet, him killing an entire cruise ship with a golf ball... DAMN. And of course, Elvis!!!
    Really? Man, I didn't laugh once the entire episode. I don't know, none of the jokes worked for me. Everything fell flat, and I honestly didn't get why they were parodying that situation. I get what they were DOING but I just didn't understand why. The Argo jokes were completely irrelevant too. If they wanted to do the whole Argo thing, why not make an entire episode about Affleck and Argo, you know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardp View Post
    If they wanted to do the whole Argo thing, why not make an entire episode about Affleck and Argo, you know?
    I'm not sure I understand why that would be necessary at all. I thought it was a funny quick inclusion, and I figured it was there more as a way for Matt and Trey to take back how they bashed the shit out of Affleck in the past, since they thought his new movie was good. That's how I saw it anyway.

    But yeah, I didn't think this episode was that great.

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    There's an interview in the new Rolling Stone in which Seth MacFarlane complains about being the object of the venom of the creators of South Park.
    I want to see the episode mocking Family Guy - which I hate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aggroculture View Post
    There's an interview in the new Rolling Stone in which Seth MacFarlane complains about being the object of the venom of the creators of South Park.
    I want to see the episode mocking Family Guy - which I hate.
    http://www.southparkstudios.com/full...on-wars-part-i
    http://www.southparkstudios.com/full...n-wars-part-ii

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    Quote Originally Posted by aggroculture View Post
    There's an interview in the new Rolling Stone in which Seth MacFarlane complains about being the object of the venom of the creators of South Park.
    I want to see the episode mocking Family Guy - which I hate.
    One of my favorite episodes SP has ever done. I absolutely loathe family guy

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    Part of me really liked that episode, but then I realized I hadn't laughed once throughout it.

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