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~ The Leopard ~
Dec 29th, 2003, 10:50 AM

~ The Leopard ~
Dec 29th, 2003, 10:50 AM
I vote for the one with the Great Queen Spider.

King Satan
Dec 29th, 2003, 10:52 AM
"kid with balls on chin" lol!

"whateva! whateva! i do what i want!" lol

that's all i remember :D

King Satan
Dec 29th, 2003, 10:55 AM
or was it "boy with balls on chin"? lol anyway, it was an episode with a bunch of freaks from sideshows protest or something....saw it at my cousin's house :D

Dec 29th, 2003, 04:39 PM
Two early episodes:
The one with Kathie Lee Gifford :haha:
The one with Miss Ellen :spit:
"DON'T <bleep> WITH WENDY TESTABERGER!!!!" :lol:

Dec 29th, 2003, 07:41 PM
I haven't watched the show in a couple of years (Either I keep forgetting its on :p or my friggin' girlfriend calls and I have to yap with her instead :fiery: )

I thought about the most insane show which was the "red rocket" show. I still can't believe they allowed this on TV.

I've still never seen the NAMBLA episode (caught the very ending once).

My favorite South Park moment was Terrance & Phillip singing "Uncle Fucka" in the Movie.

But the best total episode...

Episode 215: Spooky Fish
October 28, 1998
This episode was presented in "Spooky Vision": pictures of Barbra Streisand were in each corner of the screen for the duration. Mrs. Marsh's monthly visitor, Aunt Flo, gave Stan a goldfish for a present. Stan thought it was spooky, but his mother made him graciously accept it. The first night, the fish killed two people, and Mrs. Marsh buried them in the backyard, thinking she was covering up for Stan. Officer Barbrady dropped by to inquire about the missing victims, but Mrs. Marsh imprisoned him in the basement, without his pants.

[My favorite part :cool: ]Meanwhile, Cartman is alternately his normal self and a goateéd nice guy. Eventually the two arrive at the bus stop together, and the rest of the boys and Chef figure out that this new Cartman is from an evil parallel universe, and they assume that the fish is from there as well.

They find out that the fish was bought at "Indian Burial Ground Pet Shop," which has a vortex to the other dimension. The evil Stan and Kyle come through the vortex to retrieve "evil" Cartman, and release the rest of the evil animals from the store. The good Stan and Kyle get the device to send people back to the evil universe during the ensuing frenzy, and send back the evil Stan and Kyle. They try to keep the "evil" Cartman and send away the other, but the "good" Cartman tricks them and manages to stay.
Kenny's Cause of Death:
Eye and brain eaten by the evil goldfish.
NOTE: This is the first time that nothing to the effect of "Oh my God, they killed Kenny" was said.

Dec 29th, 2003, 08:33 PM
There are so many that to pick one as the best would be an injustice.

One that sticks in my mind, however, is the "Cripple Fight" episode. Every time I see it, my jaw drops.

Dec 30th, 2003, 12:17 AM
I love "Mecca Streisand".

I liked when they tried to build the stairway to heaven to see Kenny and the U.S. Gov't gets involved so Japan won't beat them to heaven.

Stanley's gay dog was a classic too.

Dec 30th, 2003, 06:20 AM
"Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride" comes to mind. Brian Boitano in the parade...classic stuff. :)

The episode where Cartman becomes a christian rock superstar was classic also.

Mrs. Peel
Dec 30th, 2003, 06:43 AM
I don't watch South Park as much as I like, so I am sure there many funny azz hell episodes I haven't seen but one's I remember that made me laugh until the tears came was:

1. Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls: The episode when the film festival ( like Sundance) invaded SP and the boys met Mr. Hanky, who was suffering because all the health food that the film patrons were screwing up the sewer water and gave him a bad cough. The fact that Mr. Hanky was a talking piece of shit had me :haha: I think this was the episode where Chef set up a stand to sell his Chocolate Salty Balls and sang a song about it. :lol:

2. The episode when Mr. Garrison invents a new mode of transportation that was like a wheel aparatus that had a penis for a seat and to get it to move that instead of a wheel there was a penis like stick you had to suck? SHOCK

3. When the Lord of the Rings video got switched with a porn flick lol

4. Mr. Hankey and the Christmas Poo

Brian Stewart
Dec 30th, 2003, 07:52 AM
They've had so many classic episodes. However, it seems in the last couple of years, a few more clunkers have gotten mixed in. Still, some that stand out:

The recently re-aired "Red Sleigh Down". Cartman has an "accountant" total up his "naughty" and "nice" acts, to see where he stands with Santa. He's told that even if he cured Aids and cancer, he'd still owe 3 presents. Cartman is told he'd have to do "the nicest thing ever" to get what he wants (a robot puppy) from Santa.

So Cartman decides to bring christmas to Iraq. The boys get a ride to the North Pole on Mr. Hankey's Poo-Choo train. Santa loves the idea, and takes off for Iraq, as the boys watch everything alongside the elves in the control room. To everyone's horror, Santa is shot down and captured.

A heavily-armed Jesus leads the rescue mission. Meanwhile, as all this is occuring, young Jimmy had been invited to take part in lighting the town tree. But first, he asks if he can sing his favorite Christmas song. It turns out it's "The Twelve Days of Christmas", which takes him the whole show to get through.

One of the best is another holiday special, "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics", filled with such timeless tunes as "Merry F***ing Christmas" and "Christmas Time in Hell".

And there was an episode from this season that aired a couple of weeks ago, where Wendy breaks up with Stan. Stan tries to get his friends to talk to Wendy on his behalf. He finally gets Jimmy to do it. He tells Jimmy "Tell Wendy I said 'You're a continuing source of inspiration...'."

Unfortunately, Stan didn't take into account Jimmy's stuttering problem. Jimmy goes up to Wendy and says "Hey, W-Wendy. S-Stan says 'you're a c*nt... you're a c*nt... you're a c*nt...'" By the time he spits it out, she has long since stormed off angrily.

Dec 30th, 2003, 01:21 PM
Theres so many I like I cant pick a particular fave. I'll say that I am really enjoying the current series though. The recent ones have been more enjoyable, they're a lot more mature than the early episodes, not so many jokes about poo and farts.

Dec 30th, 2003, 02:19 PM
I thought the one where they tried to save the veal was good and I liked the one where they thought they were having periods. Damn, I thought i was more mature than this!!

Dec 30th, 2003, 07:33 PM
I thought the one where they tried to save the veal was good and I liked the one where they thought they were having periods. Damn, I thought i was more mature than this!!

Everybody thinks they're too mature for SP until they actually sit down and watch it. It's one of those shows you're not proud of yourself for laughing at, but really can't help it

My favorites

-The priest episode where all the priests are trying to prevent the young boys for coming forward about having sex with them

-Cartman getting his "period" by sticking a tampon up his ass and having it bleed or something like that

-Cartman goes to prison and every time they show the jail, they play the OZ theme song.

-NAMBLA...fuckin awful, but hysterical

-Mr. Hankey's wife, the raging alcoholic who keeps complaining how Mr. Hankey can't get it up

-CRIPPLE FIGHT...enough said

My favorite line...

Towely: Hey guys, I heard you're going to Afghanistan. You should always bring a towel when you're traveling to a different climate.

Kyle: OK, towely.

Towely: You wanna get high?

Kyle: No, we don't wanna get high. Go away

Towely: Oh, I see. Is this supposed to be some sort of "Towel-y-ban?"

LOL...so stupid, but the way its delivered cracked me up.

Dec 30th, 2003, 10:49 PM
I like the one with the underpants nomes:

"Step 1: Underpants

Step 2: ?

Step 3: Profit"


Brian Stewart
Dec 31st, 2003, 09:45 AM
Remember "Sexual Harrassment Panda"? And how he wound up with all of the misfit mascots?

And perhaps the best exit line in the history of TV: "Screw you guys, I'm going home."

Jan 1st, 2004, 02:25 AM
"The way I got thin is through aids!"