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Jmaddi why dont you shut up! Its a animated cartoon for adults anyway. What do you expect. The show was great and yeah i thought it was sad to in a way.
going with the audience knowing the animators aren't even enjoying it? They should start marketing their show more online too to for the internet tv watchers. But I hope I'm wrong about them going back to normal because Stan's idea actually sounded really cool. It would be pretty awesome if South Park were to be the first animated show to take something like that up! So that'd be cool if they heard this, but South Park is still pretty cool because I'm sure Maat and Trey are pretty cool guys.
I hope people realize that these episodes go much deeper for Matt and Trey because they're getting older and wanting to do more serious things like their play and recently they've been talking about how there under so much pressure each week that they barley get an episodes out and that each time they put a new episodes out they say it's their worst so far. I read this off of some article awhile ago. So I'm sure why Stan's mom was talking to him and said that as you get older you realize you should stick with what you know, after Stan made his little proposal to everyone about how things could be so different. Matt and Trey probably said f*** it or just got turned down for their idea. And then Stan at the end is them saying well we'll just go back to doing the same s***, but Stan comes back for a drink so it shows he's just still not happy. So how can they expect to keep the show
While i loved the episode, laughed sooo much and and well everything trey and matt do, i have to say the episode made me really sad. the previous episode was shocking and a little sad but this one was truly heartbreaking that stan would turn to alcohol to numb the pain.
a 10 year old boy drinking is definetly a problem.
Why is having one drink before leaving the house considered a 'drinking problem'? I'm pretty sure it's OK to have a drink by yourself if you're not working or driving.
i think the silence at the end was a way of showing that stans new alcohol problem isnt just a joke but will now be an ongoing issue in the series even if they dont talk about it or show it again (since the botttle is hidden in his drawer and he drinks before he leaves his room). because they didnt end up going "left" with the whole divorce/stan leaving the group, they had to still add something that changes the show but still keeps it the same. kinda like how they stopped killing kenny every episode and now only kill him every now and then.
Did you notice that there was not the usual music diddy at the end of this episode. There was just silence. Wonder if that means they are not going to reset everything.
omg. south park never end please.
"you stuck the burgers in your ass cartman!?!" rotflmao
One of the greater episodes of the modern south park era. Stone and Parker depict the transitional teenage years if today's youth brilliantly. While Stan was diagnosed with aspergers, he is strongly representative of the the depressed, disinterested, and angry teens of today. We live in a world without absolutes anymore. We do not know if the jobs we study for will be there in a decade, we do not know if our parents will still be together, and we have lost faith in our future. As we age into our teenage years we lose perspective of the world we once loved as adolecense. The beautiful part of this episode, however, is that Stan then drinks to deal with life. I say beautiful because we drink to gain a new perspective. To remind ourselves that it isn't life that's shitty, but our changed outlook on it. It helps us shift to adulthood by keeping us tolerable of the misery that is the today's teenage life.
Also funny as shit episode. I don't know why duck president puked to sign those
Loved the episode! Classic, amazing South Park. Let's see if they can keep it up next episode. I can say that, with only 3/7 great episodes(First, TMI, and Last) in the first half, I was starting to think South Park was losing it's mojo.
Side Note: Did anyone see Matt and Trey's segment on 60 minutes last week? They were in the writers room talking about this episode and they mentioned how Stan's parents would stay divorced for the next 7 episodes and then get back together in the finale. Wonder what happened to that idea.
I've enjoyed South Park for so long, but I don't think that I've ever seen an episode that left me feeling so sad inside. I know it's easy to dismiss, but some of us really get trapped in that mode of everything just being crap. Call it depression or whatever, but it's sad to think that the only way to cope with such a messed up world is to liquor it up.
So happy it's back. To be honest, the episode kinda hit home for me because I have a friend who is in that alcohol matrix and I feel like Kyle did whenever I see him nowadays. But I thought using the Matrix was a genious move, simply because parodies have worn that story angle so far down that it was the perfect vehicle for Stan to examine how crappy life is. Again, I've missed South Park so much and if this episode is any indication, I feel it's gonna be a strong run (Season 11 strong).
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