Tuesday, March 07, 2006

South Park's Tenth Season Set to Begin on March 22nd

South Park's tenth season will begin on March 22nd. South Park is one of my top 5 TV shows of all time. No show has the ability to make you laugh and feel uncomfortable at the same time as well as South Park. There are so many classic episodes and bits that it would take me hours to catalog all of them. For some reason, one of my favorite scenes involves Cartman going back in time to 1776 and beating a colonial era messenger boy to death as he sings Paula Cole's "I Don't Want to Wait" (aka Dawson Creek's theme song). Just trust me and watch the show and rent the DVDs!

Matt Stone and Trey Parker, the creators of South Park, recently commented on their renewed dedication to the show saying "We have a hungry baby we have to feed. South Park takes every idea." Any further live action movies or non-South Park projects are now highly unlikely from the duo.

On a related note, I recently watched the 2005 documentary, The Aristocrats. In the movie, over 100 top comics analyze and deliver their own versions of a famous insider joke, "The Aristocrats". The interesting thing to note is that the best version by far was delivered by none other than Eric Cartman - an animated character! You can see Cartman's take on "The Aristocrats" on YouTube! Warning: It just might be the most offensive joke you have ever heard.

Watch Cartman's version of "The Aristocrats" (1:51)

Note to parents... Cartman's version of "The Aristocrats" does not appear on the TV show! It is pulled from an R rated movie. So please don't banish your kids from watching South Park based on the contents of this clip...

3 comments:

Mike Mills said...

"For some reason, one of my favorite scenes involves Cartman going back in time to 1776 and beating a colonial era messenger boy to death as he sings Paula Cole's "I Don't Want to Wait" (aka Dawson Creek's theme song)."

Hmmm, let's see. You tell parents not to ban South Park for their kids because of the R-rated joke from a movie, but you describe your favorite scene from the show as one of random gleeful violence.

Dolf said...

Don't hate the player, hate the game...

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