there are about a dozen people posing as that kid on facebook now
This wasn't all that funny, and I say that as a Tron fan and an ambivalent facebook pseudo-user.
|Caminante Nocturno |
South Park has reached the same point the Simpsons reached a while back, where it usually isn't worth watching anymore but nobody can imagine a world where it isn't on the air.
The only thing I found funny was the wireframe of speedbikes turning into regular stools.
Also, I haven't watched in years, didn't they have WAY better sound design on this show once upon a time? Incidental music or anything? Felt like listening to conversations in an empty stadium.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
I haven't watched this show in forever, but 5 stars always for Randy.
oh, south park. you're right... social networking sites do make relationships seem like mere statistics! maybe next week you can do one about how pro wrestling is fake!
|Shoebox Joe |
for the obvious downfall of South Park.
|Innocent Bystander |
Made me giggle a bit. Mostly the chatroulette bit.
Haha, it's funny because Facebook is a thing that many people recognize and use.
I got five minutes in and couldn't handle any more.
A Butters-intensive episode is always funny, unless they've managed to screw even that up. Did Butters even appear in this episode? I got to about 10 minutes and quit.
Eagerly awaiting the poeTV episode.
You'll probably have to wait a couple of years after it actually becomes popular and relevant.
Everyone who downvoted this has 500 facebook friends.
|WHO WANTS DESSERT |
Wait, is this the episode where where they harbor some contrarian attitude and hate something because it's popular? Or is it the one where they make ridiculous strawmen of two sides and have Stan breathlessly lecture us that the truth....is somewhere in the middle? Or is it the one where they give people they disagree with fake speech impediments to make them look dumb?
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