In this week’s South Park, “Obama Wins”, Cartman performs what may be the most creative form of voter suppression the GOP never tried. This is one of those grand all-encompassing pop-culture satires that, I’ve said previously, is entirely hit or miss with South Park. So did this hit or miss?
When a man becomes a message, the message becomes money. So sayeth South Park. This week’s episode, “A Scause for Applause”, the residents of South Park are lining up to have their yellow rubber bracelets removed because they were duped by a steroid abusing icon. Now, of course we all
Several weeks ago, South Park fans were introduced to clips promoting this half season, revealing the boys as The Avengers (Stan as Facetime Captain America) and Cartman being mistaken for Honey Boo Boo. We laughed. We high-fived…figuratively. These were great references and this half season, based on that ten second
This week’s South Park was…strange…to say the least. There were some parts that worked and others that fell flat. And as a sum of these parts, the episode overall just didn’t work. Not in the way that the previous episodes of this back half of the season have. Let’s start
This is the episode I’ve been waiting for. Not just to make a point I discussed two weeks ago in my “Sarcastaball” review, but because I’m a fan. This is an episode of South Park where the pop culture reference(s) take a back seat and the small town mindset
When I saw the clips promoting this week’s South Park, “Raising the Bar”, I was admittedly excited. I’ve seen…I mean I was forced against my will to watch the Toddlers and Tiaras episode with Honey Boo Boo. And since then, it’s become a sort of pastime in my household…watching this precocious nightmare.
I’ve been mulling over the…well, “softing” of the NFL over the last two seasons. There is the ex-football player-jock side of me that screams, “you’re ruining the game, Commissioner Goodell!” Then there’s the reasonable, yet hypochondriac side of me that nervously mumbles, “I hope that I don’t have any lasting