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These are to fit in as normal episodes about the boys, rather than just the Coronavirus, adults or following any continuity. I'm sure Matt and Trey have their own creative idea of where to go with season 24, but these are some ideas of mine ;)
1st idea: "Spazzed On Stag"
Randy attempts to profit off his Tegridy weed one last time by marketing Tegridy vitamins to children. After becoming addicted, Tweek has a spaz attack, and wounds up sending the 4th grade class on a one way trip to a mental institution... Where they are forced to break out, kickass Charlie Angels and Austin Power style.
2nd idea: "Condom-inium Unwrapped"
Nathan and Cartman scheme up a plan for the ultimate mafioso mafia, with butters as a wing man and Mimsy as a hitman, comprised in a abandoned complex to the side of The Peppermint Hippo. The 6th graders and lonesome guys are willing to pay the stacks for some revealing photos and dainty accessories... All's fair in the love of scandals. So it's either exploiting of tits and b!tches or swimmin with the fishes, boys.
3rd idea: "Crunchatize Me, Captain."
After hearing that Disney plus is silverlining new adverts in between streams, Mr. Tweak decides to advertise his coffee shop for more customers, hosting auditions for skits for his ad among the school graders. While a lot of the other children want to be in the commercial, Jimmy sees this as a golden opportunity for jumpstarting his comedy career, but Nathan is determined to take the limelight. Several takes and on set drama, where Mr Tweak is severely but hilariously harsh to the actors and children, while still being calm and nice and metaphorical.
After finding a bunch of abandoned dog houses, the boys decide to make their own suburbia on the outskirts of Tokens big ass backyard (free electric, y'know), attempting to escape the tomfoolery of all the parents while also getting more benefits like video games, candy and delivery whenever they want, and being their own landlords. They rent out these "houses" to various people (Clyde, Wendy and Bebe, Craig and Tweak, Butters...) who are thinking how better off theyd be living on their own. However, a turf war starts as neighborly tension, evictions, and gossip soon arises (GTA SA Ballas Vs Grove Vibes?) and causes chaos.
Randy and Barbrady get their own Disney Exclusive show like Mr. Rogers neighborhood, on PBS kids. Mr. Mackey, hired as a lead producer for their show due to his experience with theatre (remember tooth decay? 😂), begins to have more trouble with the kids (+Cartman, who just wants easy fame and Disney fortune) on set because of their rapid puberty and growth-spurts.
(Which is actually a big problem in many live action children shows).
Might add more later. Lmao, be sure to comment what you think of them so far.
This guy is actually right, Trey and Matt seems to not care about South Park anymore and they are trying to destroy classic characters just because they are "useless" to them.
And i agree that Randy is becoming a Creator’s Pet and he’s ruining the show, but, can we just go back to the original premise? I mean, the one that have Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Kenny and Butters as main characters? Seriously, the large majority of South Park fans are getting tired of Randy being a main character, i’m also getting tired of it, it’s very sad to see the show that i’ve became a fan since early 2015 has turned into a soulless and generic adult cartoon.
I don’t know if i’m going to leave the fandom, but it’s a possibility.
what does the k on Randy's jacket mean?
Although i don’t hate Randy, i think the writers are focusing too much on him lately and this can damage the show’s original premise, plus, he come off as a Creator’s Pet and a stereotypical idiotic father.
Sure, Butters and Cartman are also Creator’s Pets, but at least Butters is a sweet kid and Cartman can be very funny at times, especially in earlier seasons, but as for Randy, he doesn’t have that charm and he is sadly a boring and uninteresting character.
South Park is not about Randy or the adults, the show is about the five main boys(yes, I included Butters), this show is perhaps the first adult cartoon to feature children protagonists and this is quite interesting.
I really want Trey and Matt to demote Randy to his old secondary character role soon or people will stop watching the show.
What did everybody think of last night's episode, Band in China?
Personally, At first, I was sick of the Tegridy plot, however, this episode got funnier and funnier as it went on and changed my mind. Loved the Fingerbang and Micky Mouse references. We can't forget about Winnie The Pooh showing up and Randy absolutely destroying him. Kyle is back as well which is great. This episode had a lot happen in it, but South Park as always held nothing back and acknowledged the heavy role that Chinese censorship plays in the entertainment industry. All and all I'd rate this episode a 7/10 GOOD Episode!
Be sure to let me know what you think in the comments below and be on the lookout for our poll post tomorrow. Plus, how much do you know about the episode? We will find out with our new after episode quiz starting this Saturday!
K can I just say something? In the new episode Szn 23, for some reason, it seemed like randy was acting like cartman, in the sense that he’s being self centered about himself and his company, just like cartman is self centered about everything. I am not about to have another Eric Cartman. I stg. (Just my opinion)