Curse Words Bring Plagues in South Park Episode 502 “It Hits the Fan”

The big news is that a cop show is going to say the word “shit” on television. Oooooo.

It’s basically just a huge publicity stunt that gets everyone watching, and to show us how stupid it is, this episode says “shit” hundreds of times and keeps a counter in the corner.

Unfortunately, this public cursing has gotten everyone doing it, and that, it happens, is a bad thing. Curse words are called that because they’re cursed and if everyone doesn’t stop cursing something very bad is going to happen.

The boys and Chef go to the networks to try to get them to stop cursing (they just dismiss them as Conservative Christians with a harangue about free speech), and then do their best to shut things down and get people to stop cursing.

Kyle tells the world on television: “Swearing can be fun, but doing it all the time causes problems. We’re all saying the ‘s’ word too much….The Knights of Standards and Practices were created to make sure that bad words were kept to a minimum. Curse words – they’re called that because they are cursed. We have to go back to using curse words in only rare, extreme circumstances.”

Hooray!

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Mr. Garrison’s Dad Finally Molests Him As the Boys Make the Country Shit Its Pants in South Park Episode 317, “The Brown Noise”

This is a very silly episode. The entire third grade has to go to Arkansas where Yoko Ono is conducting a recorder concert for a gazillion third graders playing My Country Tis of Thee. Cartman and Kenny happen to be searching for what is called the Brown Noise, a musical note that when played, makes all those listening shit their pants.

When some third graders from New York call the boys uncool and tell them they don’t know what a queef is, the boys decide to change the New Yorker’s music to end with the brown noise so that they shit themselves in front of everyone. When that music is accidentally copied and given to the rest of the children, millions of third graders play the brown noise simultaneously with the entire country watching and no one’s pants are left clean. It is a shitting of epic propotions.

In the meantime, Mr. Garrison has struggled with this trip because his parents are from Arkansas and alas, he is distressed because his father never molested him. By the end of the episode, Mr. Garrison feels much better because his dad agrees to do so, though he actually pays Kenny G to go in there and do it for him.

So, Mr. Garrison trying to get parental molestation and the entire country shitting its pants. Pretty funny South Park if you ask me.

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South Park Episode 1008 is “Make Love Not Warcraft”

Gross, I said, as I watched Cartman scream to his mother that he had to go to the bathroom and then splatter shit all over her. Yep, gross, and only something you could be lucky enough to see on South Park. God bless it, and what a twisted lead-in to the 12th season’s second-half kick-off.

In “Make Love, Not Warcraft,” the boys get into World of Warcraft but can’t play happily because of some douche who keeps killing their characters. Thus, they spend all of their time preparing to battle this arch nemesis, allowing the video-game to become their reality.

Do you play World of Warcraft? Do you love it? Have you ever gotten so engrossed that you needed a break? I know that I would love to play but would get addicted so I have resisted involvement. I played a little too much Final Fantasy VII in my youth.

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