In the clip recently uploaded from the new episode on Wednesday (or Friday for me,Thanks uk 🇬🇧) WE SEEM TO FINALLY BE GETTING RID OF TEGRIDY FARMS.
Hi, im back! my prediction is that s23 will be a mediocre season, not GAME-CHANGING like s6, not "should die in a well like s20 just... eh. just look at the first 2 episodes
Mexican joker: (wiki)8 or 7/10 (imdb) 7.2/10 actually, thats ok
Band in china: (wiki)7/10 (imdb) 8.5 slighly off but still ok
(my prediction) shots!!!: 5-8/10 (imdb) 10/10 WHAT?!?!? WHY WOULD YOU PUT IT AT 10/10!??! THEY HAVENT EVEN SEE IT YET!!!
(my prediction)Other ones: somewhere between 3-10/10
See? look at the charts! also as a side note, the episode reviews on imdb is WAAY TOO inaccurate. anywhay, this was my first post in spooktober so happy haloween and thank you, G'night
Hi guys. To honor the start of this most recent season, me and some friends returned to the habit of South Park Sessions (which is practically binge-watch South Park with some TEGRIDY (?)). After last episode, "Band In China", we discuss the idea of modern classics of South Park. We drew the line on Season 17 since its the season where South Park format started to change. So:
You guys believe in the existence of "Modern Classics"? if so, what episodes could be considered into that category? I want to read your thoughts on this.
I thought "Band In China" was an instant classic, and "Tweek x Craig" is definitely a modern classic. My buddies weren't 100% agreeing with me, though. They are more of the idea that time is the more fundamental factor to create a classic; how good can they keep up in time, and more chracter-driven episodes instead of focus on storyline that tend to fall too much on present topics. But I think that in recent seasons they've been venturing on more universal topics (from ads and trolls to political correctness and how hard is getting for South Park to fit in this times). Of course not every episode from season 17 accomplishes this features (lots of Trump joke will fade away), and there are lots of character-driven episode aswell (one thing doesn't rule out the other). But lemme know what you guys think.
HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL FRIDAY INSTEAD OF WEDNESDAY 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭
One of my favorite relationships in the show is the friendship between Stan and Kyle. However, in recent seasons it appears as though the two have drifted apart and their bond isn't quite as prominent, which leads me hoping for an episode in the vein of Cherokee Hair Tampons or Guitar Queer-O that focuses specifically on them.
Would you like a Stan and Kyle episode in Season 23?
Is it true??
Will south park end after season 23?