Did You Know: South Park Edition

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    I fucking love south park<3
    One of the best shows ever made!

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    Nice! South Park were the ones who definitely lowered the bar.
    such a long wait for the new season though!

    • 7SG7
    • February 20, 2013, 5:22 am
    Lowered? How did South Park lower anything? They've increasingly and perpetually raised the level of smut that is deemed 'viewable' by both the MPAA and FCC. They've revitalized and perfected the use of current-event humor. And they've shattered minds with their "6 Days To Air" per episode turnaround standard. If anything, South Park has raised just as many bars as it has boners.
    - CallMeGoogle February 20, 2013, 11:21 am
    Hahaha no man you getting me all wrong.. hahaha watch s16e09 "raising the bar" and get back to me. Im such a huge fan..
    - 7SG7 February 21, 2013, 4:28 am
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    Great show, still not as good as old simpsons in my opinion

    They can't even be compared with one another. Sure they're both raunchy adultish cartoons, but they have completely different humor in them.
    - CallMeGoogle February 20, 2013, 11:25 am
    This is true, I just find old simpsons to be so re-watchable time and time again.

    In the long run south park have definitely done better, new simpsons is just terrible
    - poopiteepoop February 20, 2013, 8:11 pm
    I'm sure that's because Matt G focuses more on his other projects. He has a loyal fan base for The Simpsons and knows we will continue to watch as long as it airs. Old Simpsons was definitely great!
    - CallMeGoogle February 21, 2013, 3:20 am
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    You've been posting quite a bit these days. Can't complain about the quality though! :3

    Yea. I'm trying to bring back a little of the old Sharenator, ya know?
    - CallMeGoogle February 21, 2013, 3:14 am
    Sounds like a noble goal. Keep it up.
    - CrazyJay February 21, 2013, 1:54 pm
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    I never saw 200 and 201 because it is banned everywhere in the internet :'(
    and I missed it when it was aired.

    I started watching the show when I was 6 that was in 1997, cant believe that they started airing the show in germany just a few months later. I am feeling old now though but I think south park grew up with me lol.
    When I was 6 it was mostly farting and dying and cursing and nowadays it is more political, even though I cant enjoy some episodes that much because it is about a topic I dont know anything of, because our news do not show the same than yours, of course XD
    But when I've been to america the show was pretty much the best ever because I always knew what it was about.

    • Vans
    • February 20, 2013, 6:05 pm
    That is sad that you've never got to see them. They are pretty funny episodes. Glad to know there I another South Park fan like me, even if you aren't in the states and can't enjoy them the same as I.
    - CallMeGoogle February 21, 2013, 3:17 am
    well two years ago the german south park website started to show the new episodes in english the same time they are on national TV.
    But sometimes you just miss them and germany is really quick when it comes to take down something because it can be dangerous.

    Actually it is pretty funny. In germany they wont beep out words, well okay they started beeping out words but only til 8pm. But when it comes to fighting scenes or anthing that has to do with death they just cut it out sometimes you have to watch a movie 1am just to see an uncut version.
    And in america it is kind of the other way around XD

    anyways the episodes were taken down one day after they were available.
    - Vans February 22, 2013, 11:17 am
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    Now, correct me if I'm wrong here, but the thing about "declaring Parker and stone would meet the same fate as the Danish cartoonist who was killed for putting Muhammad in a cartoon", isn't true. Because the satirist who ridiculed the people of Islam by making cartoons of the prophet for the Danish newspaper "Jyllands-Posten", isn't actually dead. Who is dead though, and I think here's were the mix-up was, is the Dutch film director "Theo van Gogh" who produced the film Submission, which criticized the treatment of women in Islam and aroused controversy among Muslims. He was assassinated on 2 November 2004 by Mohammed Bouyeri, a Dutch-Moroccan Muslim.

    • Tomi92
    • February 25, 2013, 6:15 pm
    That's a very interesting bit of information. Regardless, however, of who was actually killed, it scared Comedy Central enough to have it censored.
    - CallMeGoogle February 26, 2013, 9:39 am
    Yea, I also saw those episodes. First I just thought it was a gag or something, but then realized that they actually had censored it with purpose, what a shame. I think that anybody related to the episodes (like the company that broadcast it) is a potential target for the Islamic extremists. Another important issue is that these extremists will not only try to hurt the "evildoers" but there respective family members as well. It's one thing to say something and stand for the consequences, but it's a whole other thing to say something and have other people take the consequences for you.
    Sorry for the long and boring post...
    - Tomi92 February 27, 2013, 5:53 pm
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    I notice whoever made this little infographic praises SP for depicting Muhammad yet refrains from doing so themself...

    It's actually part of the joke. Because Comedy Central decided to censor it, Trey and Matt made an episode making fun of how ridiculous it is.
    - CallMeGoogle February 21, 2013, 10:48 am
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