Hey everyone! I've been thinking about Season 24 recently. I know most of you here want Tegridy Farms to go away, some of you want Stan and Wendy to get back together, maybe a crazy COVID-19 episode or something about 2020's absurd events, and more Kenny-centered episodes. I personally want Heidi to get more screen time this upcoming season. Tell me what you guys want to happen!
What's on your mind?
Just a thought lol would be funny
Those 3 people:
I’ve noticed that quite a few fictional works feature some characters that are very similar to the South Park siblings.
Manny Heffley from Diary of a Wimpy Kid probably was based on Ike Broflovski, since they’re both annoying toddlers who are smarter than they appear and tend to babble a lot, except that Kyle and Ike grew to be closer in later seasons and unlike Greg, Kyle truly loves his baby brother.
Terrence from Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends is just the male equivalent of Shelly Marsh, except that Terrence has no redeemable qualities.
Eddy’s brother from Ed Edd n Eddy is a much meaner Scott Tenorman.
D.W. from Arthur often show some similarities to Tricia Tucker, since the latter is generally portrayed as being the bratty, sassy little sister type by many fans and these personality traits are canonically hinted in Tweek vs Craig and South Park: The Fractured But Whole.
The only South Park siblings that i couldn’t find any similar character are Kenny’s, especially considering that Kevin rarely appear in the show and Karen’s personality is very one-dimensional.
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In season Six of the popular, long-running Comedy Central cartoon South Park, South Park Elementary School Fourth Grade teacher Diane Choksondik was killed. The series spent a total of one to two episodes trying to figure out who did it, and how. Now, here we are in 2020, South Park approaching its 24th season, and we still do not have the answer to what happened way back in season 6. Some of you may not think this is a crucial part of anything about South Park anymore, and some of you might have even forgotten about this storyline altogether, but hear me out, because I have a theory that could change everything in the quiet little mountain town of South Park Colorado, and even the entire country of the United States Of America, (the one in the world of South Park anyway.) I will admit, when I came across South Parks oldest, unanswered Who did it question, I thought maybe Trey Parker and Matt Stone simply forgot about the old Fourth Grade teacher, and that would honestly make sense, given the fact that South Park is approaching season 21, that is a lot of stories to remember, but when I thought about it more, watched, rewatched and watched again, all the episodes I could get my hands on, and started to pick apart every little detail I could find, I came up with a theory, and came to the thought that maybe Trey and Matt didn't simply just forget about the storyline, they are simply ignoring it for now, due to the outcome of revealing the truth, the truth that Miss Choksondik was in fact killed by the former Fourth Grade teacher, and now President of the United States, Herbert Garrison.
Think about it. Mr. Garrison was not yet out of the closet, or even ready to admit his homosexuality to himself, let alone the entire town of South Park. This caused him to have a breakdown, along with accusations of homosexuality from everyone else. So he went into hiding in the mountains. no one and nothing could bring him back to the town, or his job. no one until Miss. Choksondik. she goes up into the mountains to ask the former teacher, whose job she now has, for help on how to deal with her class. He does end up helping her, which also ended up helping Mr. Garrison come out as a homosexual, and accept it too. And although Mr. Garrison seemed thankful and happy for this new turn in his life, that may have been short-lived.
What if Mr. Garrison returned to South Park after his newfound happiness and self-acceptance, wanting to get his old job back, and felt like Miss Choksondik was standing in his way. Deep down, he also could have resented her for bringing him to admitting to himself the truth about his sexuality. And why would that have to be hidden from everyone for so long? Because of Mr. Garrison's presidency. Sure, that may not have always been the case, since he just barely became President, and the murder happened so long ago, but what if, at first, he was able to use manipulation and fear in order to maintain his freedom, and now that he is the most powerful man in the world, it is especially important to keep his dark secret.
Share your thoughts in the comments please (:
And also here is my favorite line from the show:
Stan- Don’t get cancer on the ladder Cartman you’re gonna fall off and break it.
I will be taking Time off because i'm not in a good mood atm and i will return but i'm just taking a break and want to take time atm and if you're reading this post i will be taking A Time off At The Moment because i need to focus on other things atm and if you want to talk to me message me on my wall Goodbye Guys
I liked it in all but it made me want to avoid people who come from Jersey. Was this episode made to stop people from making new friends with people who come from different states? Or was it trying to make fun of people from Jersey?
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(This theory only works if you ignore Kenny’s rebirth in “Cartman Joins Nambla”)
Every time Kenny McCormick dies in South Park it’s played off as a joke. He usually comes back next week in the new episode. However, during season five on the episode “Kenny Dies”, Kenny dies from complications due to muscular dystrophy and seemingly dies for good. He comes back because fans saw him as a recurring character, but he still dies every now and again in current episodes. The “Kenny Dies” episode initially seemed like a problem when I was writing this theory, but we’ll come back to that later.
In season 14, Kenny and the rest of the kids are playing superheroes as “The Coon and Friends”. The BP oil mining company drills too deep in the ocean, yet again causing another oil spill while also tearing a hole into another dimension, releasing the dark lord Cthulhu. It’s here that Kenny, playing as the stoic hero Mysterion, claims that he can’t die. His friends don’t believe him; even when he ends up dying in front of his eyes, Kenny wakes up in his bed as if nothing ever happened.
In the episode “Mysterion Rises”, when investigating ways to defeat Cthulhu, the boys stumble across a cult that worships the dark lord. Kenny hears a cryptic chant that might explain his immortality. Before he can get any answers from the goth kids, Kenny is killed by the cult leader with a knife. Stan and Kyle do the usual “They killed Kenny, you bastards” routine, and Kenny wakes up in his bed. Kyle, Stan and the others open Kenny’s bedroom door and ask why he ran away from the previous fight. That one line implies that Kenny was still confronted by the cult leader but ran away before he was killed.
In the next episode “Coon vs Coon and Friends”, Kenny shoots himself in an attempt to convince his friends that he can’t die. In the later scene, he rhetorically asks if anyone remembers him shooting himself and his friends laugh him off. When Cartman uses Cthulhu to banish his friends to a dark oblivion, in a last-ditch effort to escape, Kenny impales himself on a nearby spike to escape the dimension and get help.
Here’s where the theory starts: Whenever Kenny dies, his “spirit” travels to an alternate universe where he didn’t die. In the episode where Kenny is stabbed by the cult leader, when he dies, his soul enters the body of an alternate version of Kenny who ran away from the conflict and fell asleep at home. When Kenny kills himself in the alternate dimension, he enters the body of a Kenny who wasn’t around the other “Coon Friends” when Cartman and Cthulhu arrived.
Back to the episode “Kenny Dies”. As mentioned before, Kenny dies from muscular dystrophy and is dead for the rest of the season, seemingly forever. I thought this episode was a roadblock in this theory, but then I thought about it like this: season 5 takes place in the same universe. Remember, each time a Kenny dies, his soul enters the body of an alternate Kenny. This means that every episode with a Kenny in it is a Kenny that is from an alternate universe. So, the reason that Kenny stays dead is season 5 is because his soul is somewhere in another universe or “episode”.
The only reason that he never brings up his immortality after season 14 is because it happens so frequently that he just accepts it.
TL;DR – Everytime Kenny dies, his soul enters the body of an alternate Kenny while his body in the previous universe is still dead.
Btw found this while watching the Korn episode:
Many people want an episode of Covid 19, But if it happens. The company that makes south park could get sued. Because so many people right now around the world are dying and getting sick because of it. So it could become an insult! Just a theory but we will never know!
EDIT: I know people upvote messages as a joke, but please don't do it on this post since this post is important
I want to declare that i officially decided to leave the South Park SubReddit.
Not because i’m no longer interested in SP, it’s mostly due to the fact that this SubReddit has became mainly a shitposting Community with grown ass men being obsessed with the jokes of the show and calling those who are rightfully upset with some of the jokes a "Snowflake".
Also, ever since Randy took over the show in Season 23, there are people in this SubReddit who genuinely liked this idea, they should literally rename the SubReddit "Tegridy Farms", because that’s what this server is about nowadays.
and the posts are generic as fuck, when it’s not a Randy-centric post, is usually a joke post or a bland reference of the show, very few current posts are interesting.
I quit the SubReddit back in late 2019 and made a few brief returns roughly around the beginning of this year, but i finally want to NOT return to this SubReddit anymore.
So today I was thinking about Season 23. I remember listening to the commentaries for previous seasons, but I have heard nothing about Season 23's commentary. I really want to know what Matt and Trey had in mind when they were making episodes like "Mexican Joker" and "Basic Cable" (I want to know why they decided to mention Heidi and hear what they thought about Scott and Sophie). Also, I wonder if they would say anything about Tegridy Farms and Randy's huge roles for more than half the season.
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This theory (like #6) was supplied by my friend Kyle (still no relation):
If there is one thing that is evident in the show 'south park', it is that the adults are really, really stupid. Businesses are successful despite using methods that are beyond convoluted and inane, and the adults are rather successful despite having no common sense. Not only that, but there are multiple occasions where the Devil and Jesus appear in real life, Jesus even having his own television show. Not only that, but Kenny, one of the main characters, ends up dead in nearly every episode and is usually alive and well at the beginning of the next episode.
Thus the world of south park is the afterlife for 'Darwin Award' level souls, where they are given a playground to be stupid in without bothering other souls. Characters like Jesus and the Devil are common because they are some of the only people who actually care about the morons there, both of them trying to get the souls into heaven or hell, respectively.
The children, however, are the big exception, with others being characters like Chef. My idea is this: the children are actually very young angels, sent to that specific afterlife in order to become better people and learn how to deal with the idiocy that is slowly becoming more common in the mortal realm. Chef, on the other hand, is an older Angel who became addicted to mortal pleasures but remained a good person nonetheless; he was banished to South Park because of this, probably to learn a lesson like the younger Angels and to help teach them how to be good beings.
Unfortunately, some of the Angels will fall during this 'learning period'; Cartman is one of them. He, like Chef, became too indulgent in human pleasures, in this case unhealthy food, entertainment, etc, but he became corrupted rather than staying good. He is an outcast among his peers, only befriending a few of the children who truly believe he either deserves companionship or a chance to become a better person.
Another point I would like to make is the difference between Jesus, the Devil, and how they are viewed by religion. Jesus is a moderate christian, having views that correlate to the bible but not forcing them onto others. The Devil is actually a good person who got stuck with a crappy job, namely creating temptation and helping people think for themselves in order to keep free will relevant. The catholic church, however, views them as two polar opposites, with Jesus being the ultimate good whose word is law and the Devil being the ultimate evil who cannot be trusted.
Also Notice how Hell is actually just really hot and Liberal, with its primary purpose being to house the souls of dead people who went against their god and NOT indiscriminately torturing those who did so.
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Heidi: Heidi moved to South Park few days before the start of 1st grade. The first friend she ever made there was Wendy.
Jimmy: Loves to play ukulele and sing to himself sometimes, singing is more of a hobby to him than being a job like comedy
Scott: Scott is a very athletic boy. He is in gymnastics, starting when he was very young. He stops taking the classes as an adult.
Token: Token actually hates people that constantly ask him if they can call him "Black" or "dark skinned", thinking that they are being racist
Tweek: Tweek actually adores going to the movies. He is a huge marvel nerd. Whenever there is a marvel movie showing at the cinema he gets very excited. He even will go more than one, most times.
Shelly: She is actually very shy in school, and is only aggressive at her household because she doesn't really know how to not be awkward
Karen: Karen is one of the prettiest girls in her grade
Word has been getting around that season 24 of South Park will come out in September.