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This is obviously talking about the music industry. Music does sound like shit today. The trends of this time are dubstep and crabcore. Its fucking gay. Techno has become the newest music because its cheap and easy. Machines don't have souls, so they shouldn't be allowed to make music. War is here, music versus technology. If you see this comment, sing a song and play an instrument, don't use auto tune and a lap top. wage war and kill every last dumb ass motherfucker who makes these shitty songs. By the way, Matt Stone and Trey Parker weren't trying to be funny, they just wanted to say what we all felt.
all who said that this is bad are synical asshole swho only see shit:)
funiest episode EVER rivaled only by the one where cartman gets aids.
I dont know why so many people are hating on this episode.
Was it funny? No. Was it supposed to be funny? No.
Maybe instead of being pissed about one depressing episode you should consider what the episode means.
I think you guys are tripping. Parker and stone were just on the daily show saying how much they love doing south park. Why would they want to stop?
what is that the end or is there another season? and also what happened to kenny?
this episode was terrible, sure there were some funny parts and i though it was going to be good. it was just sad and depressing. i stay up late to watch south park to laugh my ass off not feel sad...i mean wtf. stan turns into an ass, his parent divorce and his friends stop talking to him..? not something i enjoy watching..one more episode like this and im pretty sure ill stop watching the fucking series.
I thought it was shit, I came here and you guys are saying its good, I thought the episode of stan saying everything seems shitty, was cause the episode itself was meant to be shitty, I watched it twice over to make sure, and it still sucked. =/
I dont know if it was supposed to be their way of saying they are tired of the series or not but it seriously struck a.chord with me. As a person whos parents divorced when I was about stans age it affected me in nearly the same way the more stained my parents relationship got the more cynical and depressed I got till like stan to me everything seemed like shit. It took me a while to recover from, after seeing that episode I was left speechless as it made me remember those feelings and reminded me of things I hadn't acknowledged in nearly 16 years.
(Sorry about the crappy grammar I'm on my phone.)
They NEED to bring Chef back as Darth Vader in the very end, cuz that episode had an open ending..and it ould be siiick to see one last epic battle series like imagination land to bring it all back together..
After watching this episode again, I don't think this is any sort of end. All the characters can easily reappear next episode and as sad as it seemed at the end, the bottom line is that Stan's just growing up. There's never been much of a timeline or any chronology, and most episodes work as stand-alone stories. There's no reason why this should be any different. All 4 will probably be waiting for the bus at the start of the fall seadon!
Just seen it for the first time here in the UK. Forgetting all this stuff about the writers, and I know it's only a cartoon but my biggest reaction was a great feeling of sadness for Stan. He's been a part of my life for many years and to see him losing interest in life and losing his friends, especially Kyle, was heartbreaking. It also served as a lesson. Given how shallow and superficial a lot of modern society can seem, it's not hard to fall into cynical ways and see everything as Stan did. To me, Stan was the cornerstone of the gang. The one who sorted problems out and kept everyone togethar. I guess that's why it was so painfull to see him that way. This episode showed me that you can't let things grind you down. Cheers Trey, I owe you a drink.
All good things must come to an end and while it makes me sad to see a good show end I also feel good knowing that they wont exploit it till it tunrs into an absurd mockery of what it used to be. Thats something I always admired about matt and trey, they are true to their beliefs no matter what, if they feel the show must come to an end then its probably for the best.
Lol im gonna laugh my ass off if this was just an idea inspired by simply the way there minds worked(maybe some wicked 'cid or angry shrooms) and did it just to send all you wierd asses into a belief that the show really is gonna end. Hell there next episodes probably going to be aliens abducting stan and making him perma happy(high)and the show will continue on as if nothing happened lol. Moneys money and this show makes it. Nuff Said
Thanks God, atleast Futurama is back.
I think the cynicism implied is more like realizing how the standard of almost everything now a days has been greatly reduced, then dressed up to just look the higher quality, not truly be it though. Those who are new to it all (older generations) may see the change for what it is, yet not even truly understanding it. Then those who to which today may be all they know (a younger generation), know nothing more than that itself, believing it's the best like media will always now tell us (because of greed/$$$),and viewing the older world likewise. Stan's outlook was only the truth though, yet very dark, because the truth is dark and life is dark. He is very lucky to realize it though, because as the episode showed, nobody is interested in the truth or negativity, and the masses refuse to accept it. People like cynical Stan exist, and they I think are extremely rare and intelligent. If I had to guess what his life would be like from now on, I'd say he would refuse to lie to himself no matt
It's interesting that, a day later, the denials are more prevalent than the pessimism expressed yesterday. Frankly, I hope you people are right, but I'm not sure that you are.
I watched the episode again, because when I saw it the first time, I had missed a few sections. Truly brilliant. Say what you guys want about the various hits-and-misses, but when these guys connect, they hit it out of the ball-park. Look at the reaction the episode has caused; that in itself is an accomplishment. Obviously it struck a chord with people, perhaps out of love for the show, perhaps because we know life can't stand still.
And that guy "John" a few messages below needs to take a few hits off Towelie's joint...holy crap, man.
Let The Simpsons end instead...
For me, this episode was very personal. I, too, grew to be a cynic as I began to view things around me as lacking true worth, especially in our materialistic society. Not all people feel this way, I am sure, but there is an element of meaning that is missing from life, and some people have a harder time with it than others.
I honestly think it's over a lot of times I watch an episode of family guy or south park and I think how are they going to make it through and so far they've always magically done it but I can't see this ending well there are so many clues that Matt and Trey are done 1.it's been 15 seasons 2.the recent broadway and music success 3.the fight between Randy and Sharon i think is there way of expressing how they fell
so if it is over I'm sure glad this is how they're doing it.
You need to either get laid or out of the basement. I bet you were crying nerd rage when you wrote your post.
The episode was touching, which is pretty much a first in I don't know how many episodes of southpark. After watching humancentipad, I thought it would be better to call it quits. Not because the last few seasons have been that bad, they were enjoyable, but they didn't have that same spark. I think matt and trey are getting older, too. They're probably not getting a kick out of the same toilet humor anymore, they've tackled too many subjects already. Its probably a good idea for them to express their ideas on another platform. One of the things about southpark is that it stays true to itself, I highly doubt they would 'do this for publicity' or 'throw us a curveball'.
dude, this is not about them ending the show. this is about you fuckin guys always complaining about South Park not being good anymore etc. Its funny that even now people think its about the "sender" and not the "receiver" of the show.. Pathetic whiners! its fricking funny what you turds are writing "Because of the way "South Park" episodes are written on the fly in the days leading up to each airing, it's entirely possible that the guys were just in a dark place this week, and that when they regroup for the back half of season 15, they'll feel re-energized." DUDE ITS NOT ABOUT THEM!!! they always make fun of celebrities.. why shouldn't they make fun of YOU???? you think you are safe? Grow up.. "Did "You're Getting Old" feel like a signpost towards the end of the series? And, if it winds up going away in the next year or so, are you ready to say goodbye?" OMFG .. THIS IS NOT ABOUT THEM ENDING THE FRICKIN SHOW.. ARE YOU ALWAYS REFLECTING BACK ON OTHERS IF ITS OBVIOUSLY THE FRACKING AUDI
Oh NOOOO! It cant end, its just cant. I love all episodes, I watch them when Im sad or bored, its always sheers me up. I have watched most episodes more than 3 or 4 times. Some fav episodes up to 10 times. Im a fan since first season 14 years ago(I cant belive its that long ago), Im a grown man now but this last episode made me very sad. This is too good to end this way.
NO SOUTH PARK IS NOT ENDING ANYONE WHO SAYS IT IS IS WRONG! I hope the Creaters see every comment in the world saying NO NEVER SOUTH PARK IS NOT ENDING! Plus If The WOrld is going to end South Park Is Like Hope For EVERYONE! Its true, funny, and AMAZING!! It WILLL NOT END! not yet....
This is exactly how it was for me when i turned 10 my life practicly fell apart :( But it didn't end so i hope this show won't either :)
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