Your favorite Southpark episode?

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  1. trev333

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    a while back I'm watching a current affairs story about the escooters that sprang up overnight and are all over town....

    later that night I happened to watch southpark for the first time in ages....

    mr Mackie was going insane about escooters and tried to get rid of them....:lol:

    spooky....o_O:D
     
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    The episodes Cartman gets an anal probe, Scuzzlebutt and Child abduction is not funny are my favorites. Hell the whole 1st season is great.
     
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    Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut (Season One - Episode 13):

    Cartman's tea party with Polly Prissy Pants and pals is a must see.
     
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    Didnt the early ones have that talking poop and talking towel?
     
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    I'm with studio1087 here. We've met outside the forum and see each other social media we do. We're not extremes and the sort of acceptance we have seems vital for getting the most out of life.

    My wife did ask our boys what she should do in first day of school today for a short time when she'll have two freshman in class who don't speak English. Everyone agreed South Park would teach some USA in a hurry but not be good for what I think is starting her 29th year in the same school district.
     
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    I can get plenty out of life without the influence of trey parker matt stone and seth rogan.
    Most of what passes for comedy these days is just perverse sick and degenerate

    It's also hugely popular, and that's unsurprising. it reflects on society
     
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    First season will always be classic to me. Cartman Gets an Anal Probe and Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride will always be the top favs for me.

    EDIT: I should probably add that after Bigger, Longer, and Uncut (the first movie) I rarely watched the show. The movie was everything the show couldn't yet be. And that was extremely funny, at the time. This was long before YouTube. The world's changed now. After a while the show became completely unedited, and lost its charm.
     
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    A Song of Ass and Fire
    As a Game of Thrones fan and a hater of Black Friday shopping, this quickly became my all time favorite.
    Just saw it for the first time last week!

     
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    As my amazing ahead of her time grandmother said, it's always been here or there. When I started college in the '70s her friends were shocked by her frank talk. She said don't kid yourself to her pals pointing out what their generation did in the 1920s and teens, old school adult stuff and how getting a buzz and having tingly parts went back a long time.

    Being open about what people do including watching South Park didn't do any harm to our 3 kids. It looks like being frank with our kids has helped keep them from trouble. I always think of what kids learn when they start riding a school bus at a young age. Our being frank about all that and more seems to have helped our 3 kids make good choices.
     
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    That's great that your kids turned out well.
    I can guarantee you them watching South Park had nothing to do with that
     
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    Poor and stupid
     
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    "Christian Rock Hard" - They form a specific kind of band....very funny.
    "Make Love, Not Warcraft" - The boys get WAY too into playing world of warcraft.
    "Trapped in the Closet" - one of the boys becomes the new prophet for a specific group.....
     
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    I make that joke EVERY time we buy fishsticks at the store.....my wife hates me a little bit more every time.
     
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    If you re into south park and gaming, you should try the stick of truth video game. A parody of rpgs in the south park universe. I ve not played the 2nd game but it looks pretty good too.
     
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    Imagination Land is a big favorite of mine, as is Sexual Healing, the one picking on rich famous men caught cheating on their wives.

    And Dances With Smurfs.

    And Tom's Rhinoplasty, where we learn "don't F with Wendy Testaburger!"
     
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    The mormon episode. dum dum dum dum dum dum dum...
     
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    I can never get enough of the one where they head out Californee way to try to get themselves some internet à la The Grapes of Wrath.

    In fact in typing this out my phone already had "Californee" as a remembered word and the next word suggested was "way" because my family makes this joke so often.
     
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    Smug Alert, season 10 episode 2.
     
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