Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Westerberg, Sep 13, 2017.
You make a compelling argument...
Have they studied the rings around yer anus yet?
My asshole is as prim and proper as Christie Brinkley's.
Any of you guys watch the Squidbillies? See it's coming back on 10/15.
Are they going to do like 4 episodes this year?
Any excuse to wave that flag!
This soup is too hot! I loled.
Enjoyed Cartman telling his girlfriend to go piss up a rope.
South Park premiere just ripped blue-collar entitlement
‘Sorry you didn’t go to college so you have to take the jobs you can get’
POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 13, 2017 AT 10:45PM EDT
The media expected South Park‘s 21st season premiere to tackle Charlottesville and white supremacists based on its preview. And it did. But South Park saved its sharpest edges for mocking Americans distraught about the decline in manufacturing and other blue-collar jobs.
In the episode, workers in South Park are up in arms over technology companies automating traditional occupations, so they take to the streets in protest (complete with waving a Confederate flag). The protesters disrupt Randy Marsh’s new house-flipping show, which is called White People Renovating Houses. “Don’t you know every time you wave Confederate flags around you make us look stupid?” Randy scolds.
They've turned the series into a miniseries. They play like a long movie. They don't really have their hearts into the show anymore. That's why they reduced it to a handful of episodes. There is so much to make fun of in the current state of affairs in this country, yet they pick at the low hanging fruit.
I believe they're going back to formula.
this is true
i've never seen this show---not once
a clip here and there on youtube---even then--very few
but never watched an episode
It is one of those shows that makes me laugh every time I watch, but I seldom get around to actually watching.
I hope that's the case. Even though there was plenty of material in a single topic of which to base an entire season, it's kind of lazy. The good thing about last night is it covered a few different topics. The protesters, automation, and the popularity of house flipping shows. There were other things mixed in within the context of of those topics that showed they weren't being as lazy.
I should add that I still liked the last few seasons. There were some pretty good laughs, but they missed out on what could have been some good jabs at other aspects of society. South Park has always been remarkably quick to parody the latest in pop culture.
I've heard a lot of people say the same thing. They always laugh at it and enjoy it when they watch, but they seldom watch.
Ok i just watched it. Ho hum. I guess there some amusing things but i didnt laugh out loud like i used too. Bring back beavis and butthead, they never fail to make me laugh.
Just started watching South Park recently.
Gotta catch up year by year now on Netflix.
I think they did and it failed
You got that much time left?
Not in my eyes, i still laughed at them. I guess i have a warped sense of humor. Mike judge is always funny to me!