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South Park – The Complete First Season

July 12, 2010 by · 5 Comments 

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South Park exploded on the pop culture landscape like a dirty bomb in 1997, and the 13 episodes that comprise the groundbreaking first season have lost none of their subversive impact. If Seinfeld was a show about nothing, then South Park is a show about everything, from important moral lessons in compassion and tolerance to good old-fashioned animated character assassination (Kathie Lee Gifford in “Weight Gain 4000″ and Barbra Streisand in “Mecha-Streisand”). Like an After School Special gone quite mad, profanity-spewing third-graders Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and the ill-fated Kenny navigate childhood in their mountain town. Nothing in South Park is sacred, and each episode h… More >>

South Park – The Complete First Season


5 Responses to “South Park – The Complete First Season”
  1. Anonymous says:

    and disgusting! This is the worst excuse for a “Children’s Show” I’ve ever seen. I noticed my five year old and my eight year old watching it and assumed, since it was an animated show, it was good for my children. And sure enough, my friends told me it was a great, funny show children and adults could watch together. So, I sat down one day to watch it with my children. I was utterly horrified. The episode we watched had the following vular insults and foul “humor”:

    the fat kid called everybody a dildo and when he called his cat such his mother said “Well, then I know a certain kitty-kitty who is sleeping with mommy tonight…

    in addition, there were tons of filthy sex jokes completely innapropriate for a kid’s show. The school chef sang a song about laying a women down by the fire and making “sweet” love to her.

    Parents, I urge you to protest this show. It is intended for children but not appropriate for them. I hpe to see it destroyed and burned so our children’s inds are not warped any further.

    PS: I couldn’t figure out how to write a review without showing my e-mail address, so I went under a children’s review.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. And the problem is the downward spiral after the first season. I’d rather get my yuks watching the Love Boat.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Anonymous says:

    Okay i’ll admit this show does make me laugh, and yes the show does end on a rather phylisofical note with a final thought which resembles Jerry springers final thought, but those are the only positives I can think of.

    Lets face it, South park isn’t clever, we can’t relate to the characters in fact the show has almost no redeaming values. The “Humor” is 8 year olds swearing and acting like brats. they wind up in discusting situations because of an offensive plot and ends with the situation being resolved in some matter which I don’t agree with. The final thought is usualy debatible and wrong so I always have a bitter taste in my mouth after an episode. Cartmen is probably one of the most anoying and discusting things I have ever seen. the only character’s I like are chef (because I like Issac Hayes) and Kenny (because he dosen’t talk. the animation is horrible, all the characters sound alike, the gags are repetitve and usualy are sex related or have something to do with a bodily function. Matt stone and Trey parker constantly use this show as a means to lash out at people they don’t like (Mel Gibson in a more recent episode, the Catholic church, steven speilberg, tom cruise etc) which wouldn’t be so bad if they at least used facts to do it (they potrayed mel as a lunatic and tom as crybaby). I could go on for days but I have stuff to do. Bottom line, South park represents alot of things wrong with television, it’s rude,offensive,hypocritical,low quality,hateful,bitter,lued and on top of that teens watch the show and arn’t offended by it. they don’t notice and arn’t moved by the things they see that are offensive, they have been decensitized to all the horrible things they are watching. Thats why things have become progressivly more offensive and violent, until the day that there are no longer standerds. Not just on TV or in other types of media, but in society itself.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. Anonymous says:

    4. Mystery Science Theater 3000
    3. Monty Python’s Flying Circus
    2. Neon Genisis Evangelion
    1. Cowboy Bebop

    I love South Park. I have always loved South Park. WHY ISN’T THIS ON AMAZON.COM’S TOP 100 BUYS?!! It’s a brilliant satire, incredibly fun, crude, rude, and offbeat. How can you resist? Well I guess there are a few ways. Buy this DVD to see the future of satire.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Englishboy says:

    Every single one of these episodes is already avialable on DVD. Give us something new!
    Rating: 1 / 5

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