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Re: *1506: City Sushi* Post-Air Discussion PostFri Jun 03, 2011 11:02 am Offline
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Thu Jun 02, 2011 12:30 pm3
Ya know City Sushi wasent as good as Crack Baby Atletic. :o :o :parishilton: :unhoodedkenny: :gaykenny: :zombiekenny: :assface: :assface: lol
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Tue Oct 05, 2010 8:52 am5Argentina
So if its another personality, what about Wing? It wasnt that funny anyway...SP has disappointed me the two last seasons
Re: *1506: City Sushi* Post-Air Discussion PostFri Jun 03, 2011 12:04 pm Offline
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Tue Mar 15, 2011 3:23 pm1
Liked the episode, which was made all the funnier by the episode description: "The boys want to help Butters find out whats really happening to him but Butters may not like what they find." Butters is the only kid that appears...."the boys" are nowhere to be seen. I'd frigging ground Butters for hogging the episode!!
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Wed May 04, 2011 2:53 pm1
yeah i think there have been like 2 episodes before where they didnt talk
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Wed May 04, 2011 2:53 pm1
woah woah woah, porn star butters? lol
Re: *1506: City Sushi* Post-Air Discussion PostFri Jun 03, 2011 2:45 pm Offline
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Fri May 13, 2011 9:31 pm2
This episode had my brother and I cracking up the whole time. The revealing of Lu Kim was one of those moments where I wanted to laugh but was too busy picking my jaw up off the floor.

I was a little sad at first since it really changes the Lu Kim character, but when the cops decided to let him be, I was relieved. Plus...it's South Park. They do crazy things with their characters all the time. I hope the Japanese guy (or someone like him, I guess) comes up again here and there as a gag. He's awesome!
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Fri Jun 03, 2011 3:03 pm0
"That Big Red freshness lasts right through it!"
Awesome. That's from the good old days, when commercials knew their place.
Re: *1506: City Sushi* Post-Air Discussion PostFri Jun 03, 2011 5:04 pm Offline
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Thu Jun 02, 2011 4:20 pm3
Brendle wrote:
Porsche991 wrote:
I feel like you guys all missed a huge and obvious point here. Dr. Janus playing Lu Kim is called "yellow face," which is the racial and stereotypical portrayal of Asians by white people. M&T are obviously lampooning how white Americans view Americans of Asian descent and how those views are archaic and just plain flat out wrong. These yellow face roles were manufactured by white Americans to reinforce white supremacy. This yellow face role is perpetuated by white people, which is why Dr. Janus, who plays a caricature of a Chinese man, is white. This was a very intricate episode. Those who said this episode lacks depth do not know much about the development of theater in the states.

This topic has also been addressed by Avenue Q via the character named "Christmas Eve."

This episode gets a 10/10 from me.

Sorry, you're reaching. And this is coming from someone who loved the episode.

There was no satire of Americans going on: if anything, it was satirizing themselves for making such a cartoonishly stereotypical character. It just sounds like a white guy putting on an offensive Chinese accent...wait...it is!

Or, if you look at things more broadly: maybe the episode was implying that Trey Parker and Matt Stone both have multiple personality disorder, since they have about one hundred cartoon characters living inside them.


White people pretending to be Asian people is called "yellow face." This is analogous to "black face," where white people put on black make up to look like black people. In both cases, hyperbolic stereotypical caricatures are used to represent minorities by white people. These are simply facts.

Obviously Dr. Janus playing an Asian man is yellow face (also fact). The obscene statements he makes is commentary to how "yellow face" portrayals and Asian stereotypes are just flat out wrong. How is this reaching?
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Mon Apr 05, 2010 8:45 am69Ontario, Canada
Lankaster wrote:
So if its another personality, what about Wing? It wasnt that funny anyway...SP has disappointed me the two last seasons


LOL! I was thinking the same thing. Does Wing know about this?
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Sun Jul 04, 2010 10:32 pm3281Somewhere south of the north pole, somewhere north of the south pole
neocarleen wrote:
Lankaster wrote:
So if its another personality, what about Wing? It wasnt that funny anyway...SP has disappointed me the two last seasons


LOL! I was thinking the same thing. Does Wing know about this?

Maybe. She never says anything, so we'll never know.
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Re: *1506: City Sushi* Post-Air Discussion PostFri Jun 03, 2011 5:41 pm Offline
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Wed May 25, 2011 12:36 pm1
the only episode i liked this season was crack baby athletic association this episode wasnt that funny and it ruined it when it turned out lu kim wasnt chinese and he was just insane person
Re: *1506: City Sushi* Post-Air Discussion PostFri Jun 03, 2011 7:15 pm Offline
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Thu Oct 07, 2010 7:26 am585
Porsche991 wrote:

White people pretending to be Asian people is called "yellow face." This is analogous to "black face," where white people put on black make up to look like black people. In both cases, hyperbolic stereotypical caricatures are used to represent minorities by white people. These are simply facts.

Obviously Dr. Janus playing an Asian man is yellow face (also fact). The obscene statements he makes is commentary to how "yellow face" portrayals and Asian stereotypes are just flat out wrong. How is this reaching?

I said you were reaching by saying the episode was a comment on the development of theater in the states and you were reaching in regard to this statement:

"M&T are obviously lampooning how white Americans view Americans of Asian descent and how those views are archaic and just plain flat out wrong."

Matt and Trey didn't think, "let's comment on the development of theater in the states by making fun of how white Americans view Americans of Asian descent and how those views are archaic and wrong" when they set out to make this episode.
My name is Brendle, and I think Trey Parker is a genius.
Re: *1506: City Sushi* Post-Air Discussion PostFri Jun 03, 2011 7:25 pm Offline
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Tue May 24, 2011 1:49 pm3867In range of my WiFi
I don't know what their intent was. They always want to do something with the episode but what we won't know unless they tell us. We don't need to say we know they didn't want to do it to say we've got no evidence they wanted to though. Trey might want to say something since he's got an asian wife and learned about the theatre and all but it's all maybe, your free to read whatever you want into it though.
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Tue Mar 22, 2011 7:00 pm3
I loved this episode,Butters is my faverite character so I was ok with going with out the boys for one episode. I thought it was pretty ingenious how two seemingly opposite plots connected to each other in the end. Was never expecting the reveal. Awesome just awesome. Feel like this episode has gotten Matt and Trey back in their groove because i was not a fan of crack baby
Re: *1506: City Sushi* Post-Air Discussion PostFri Jun 03, 2011 11:20 pm Offline
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Thu Oct 14, 2010 4:32 pm49
Hahaha! DERP! If everyone's complaining about who should be put in, I'll do it too! HAHAH! DERP! Bring in Mr Derp, wait no! We want Kenny to speak or take his hood off! What about the fourth grade girls?
Seriously, shut up people who keep saying this stuff. This episode was good. Even though I wouldn't mind seeing kenny or stan, let matt and trey do the show how they want. and as many people say, stop saying its cos of the book of mormon. I'm loving this season, purely because, it's genius and they dont give a crap about what stupid fans think.

My ratings-
HumancentiPad-8.5/10
Funnybot-6/10
Royal Pudding-7.3/10
T.M.I.-8/10
CBAA-8.2/10
City Sushi-8/10

I'm loving this Matt and Trey, never stop!
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