Back in September, South Park tried to make us laugh at just how bad things got for us in 2020. Their solution? An appopriately named “Pandemic Special”. While it was a good idea in concept, it was trying to cram everything bad about 2020 into sixty minutes of TV. In other words, it ended up falling flat in its execution. I still don’t know what the Aesop for it was! Thankfully, the world’s gotten marginally better in those six months. We got vaccines rolling out, Trump’s out of office, and things are slowly returning to normal. Which means South Park had to follow up with a vaccination special.
At the time I’m writing this, it’s only been an hour since the premiere of South Park: the Pandemic Special, and I’m still coming down from the laughter high it gave me. And considering how my highlight from the previous night was seeing the two guys running for President yell at each other, I needed this pick-me-up. All of America needed this pick-me-up. They needed this Pandemic Special, and it largely delivered. It also served as a reminder that this year is the worst since 1968. Now, let’s breakdown what made this Pandemic Special work so well.
In a year where everyone’s lives have been effectively screwed over by the universe, one show will rise up to challenge all the crap 2020 has thrown at mankind. By making us laugh at just how terrible this year has been! Wednesday, September 30th, 2020: South Park returns. And if they can’t save us from this year, then I don’t think anyone can!
They are the pinnacle of horrible parenting at it’s absolute worst. Happy Father’s Day everyone, and today, I wanted to take a look at some examples of characters that I consider to be the worst dad’s in fiction. Whether they neglected their children or were verbally or physically abusive to them, these are the deadbeats that Child Protective Services would love to put behind bars. That is, if they could.
When Santa cracks down on drinking during the holidays, Randy comes up with some special Christmas Snow to help the grown ups survive through Christmas. All this and more on the season finale of South Park.
If even South Park, which can be very critical of how Star Wars is done, loves Baby Yoda and The Mandalorian, then you know that it’s good.
I don’t understand why, but I’ve never been that big a fan of Thanksgiving. Maybe it’s because of the fact that I don’t like the food; it’s true. I don’t like stuffing, gravy, or mashed potatoes. However, I still appreciate what Thanksgiving means. It’s about being able to spend time with family and think about what we’re blessed to have. Still, I’ve spent 2019 doing something for several big holidays, and I won’t stop with Thanksgiving. So without further ado, here are my top 5 favorite Thanksgiving Day Specials!
In this episode, after getting a transplant that makes her healthier, everyone wants some of Mrs. Broflovski’s Spice Melange. And Tom Brady’s.
To be honest, this whole episode made me want to puke.
After the “Season Finale” episode from last week, it looked like South Park was through with Tegridy Farms. However, I knew that Matt and Trey like to mess with us sometimes, so I was skeptical. However, it looks like it’s really gone. The bad news is that this episode focuses on PC issues. In other words, that means we got PC Principal, Strong Woman, and the PC Babies.
After seven weeks of putting of with Randy Marsh and his Tegridy Farms, the show finally throws him down several pegs as he gets arrested for his actions.
After watching the Tegridy Farms Halloween Special on South Park, I have one question: what the heck were they smoking when they made this?
In the newest episode of South Park, the show takes aim at the trend of vegan fast food as Cartman freaks out over losing his junk food for lunch. Also, they continue to poke fun at China and the NBA #Southpark23 #Southpark
I would like to apologize once more for missing my Halloween quota last night. Therefore, to make it up, I’m doing two for one tonight: a Halloween special and a movie! Let’s start off with a classic Halloween special, “Pinkeye” from the earliest days of South Park.
It’s hard to believe that South Park has passed the 300-episode milestone, but here they are. I never saw the infamous “200” and “201” episodes, nor can I. Thankfully, their 300th episode, “SHOTS!!!” made up for it by being the first South Park in a while to make me laugh my butt off.
For many, getting banned by an entire country would be a big problem. For South Park to get banned in China for saying what they think, it’s just proving their point. And giving them more fodder to use.
Last week’s season premiere had a good premise, but it got mired in its confusing messages, and two plots that barely connected to each other. This week saw South Park focus bash on one thing, though: China censorship’s. It helped the episode have a more cohesive plot.