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Re: *1512: 1%* Pre-Air Discussion PostMon Oct 31, 2011 4:28 pm Offline
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Hmm, I wonder if Cartman vs. Wendy will start to replace Cartman vs. Kyle, since he and Kyle have been teaming up a lot lately...Or that's Wendy's only line in this episode.

And I hope Clyde Frog isn't killed off. :(
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Re: *1512: 1%* Pre-Air Discussion PostMon Oct 31, 2011 4:57 pm Offline
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So Fatso gets made fun of again for...being fat! :roll:

Well, at least he has his toy friends to turn to :P :o
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Re: *1512: 1%* Pre-Air Discussion PostMon Oct 31, 2011 7:13 pm Offline
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So Fatso gets made fun of again for...being fat! :roll:

Well, at least he has his toy friends to turn to :P :o


Cartman's best friends help him through a tough time? Dude, that is harsh. Cartman is fat since he overeats. He overeats since food gets him high. He must get more high from food than every else to compensate for the lack of a high he receives from friendship of others since he alienates himself from others. This circles back to his best friends being personalities projected on to toys.

Overall, I am awaiting the insanity to begin.
Re: *1512: 1%* Pre-Air Discussion PostMon Oct 31, 2011 7:21 pm Offline
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Not sure what to think about this one.... at all. Guess I'll have to wait for the release. :D
Re: *1512: 1%* Pre-Air Discussion PostMon Oct 31, 2011 7:40 pm Offline
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I thought it might have to do with the current events of all these people camping out in cities to protest corporations


Like in London with those protesters camping outside St pauls cathederal only to be going home at night time :lol:

Sounds like a good episode,this one could have alot of the background kids in again like Bass to mouth did.

The Daily mail said it.. therefore it must be true...
Having actually been there for awhile before, it all sounds like rubbish to me. You've got to remember they don't just sit in their tents the entire time. About 11pm we're mostly socialising, could be in the kitchen, doing night watch, hanging out in the tea and empathy tent.. around the corner having drink... on the steps of St Pauls, I'll admit I wasn't there for weeks or anything and I'm home now, but I was mostly there to see a friend who is still there for a bit. Plus I still have stuff to deal with at home... :?

There's even been something about a video and people vanishing when behind tents... suggesting the camera doesn't work too well with tents for some reason...

Er, sorry. :/ Anyway, I do look forward to this episode. As usual with Southpark. :P
Re: *1512: 1%* Pre-Air Discussion PostMon Oct 31, 2011 8:07 pm Offline
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Wonder how they will pull off their "CNN" fairness in this episode.

Nope this is a chance to go full ayn rand libertarian <_<
As many said I don't care much about this.

The St Paul's thing was more travelers from what I heard. Daily mail is the troll of all papers.

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at least he has his toy friends to turn to

except clyde frog who kyle murdered :(

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. I wonder if Wendy will beat the crap out of Cartman by herself again, or let other kids join in the fun

I wanna see Cartman beat her up for once lol

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Using the President's Physical Fitness Test

I don't believe he really has no nicotine in his veins ._.
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Re: *1512: 1%* Pre-Air Discussion PostMon Oct 31, 2011 9:35 pm Offline
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I don't see why everyone's so sure this is a spoof on the protests. I'm not saying it's unlikely, just that I don't see any confirmation.

I dunno, I'm kind of sick of Cartman - but considering he's being portrayed in his more sensitive three-dimensional side, instead of his usual senseless monster, it has a chance with me.

Never seen so much support for Wendy, but totally stoked :)
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Re: *1512: 1%* Pre-Air Discussion PostMon Oct 31, 2011 9:39 pm Offline
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Tue Dec 07, 2010 9:42 pm433
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I don't see why everyone's so sure this is a spoof on the protests. I'm not saying it's unlikely, just that I don't see any confirmation.

I dunno, I'm kind of sick of Cartman - but considering he's being portrayed in his more sensitive three-dimensional side, instead of his usual senseless monster, it has a chance with me.

Never seen so much support for Wendy, but totally stoked :)

I honestly see 0 correlation to the protests at all.Maybe that's just me, who sees things in ways others do not. Or not. Maybe I should change my mind before my mind changes me.

At first, I had that feeling this is a Cartman vs. Wendy episode, and I still do, but when I noticed Stan's expression, it seems like he may step in this time. Maybe he's doing it because he is also irritated, or just doing it to support Wendy. Anyone else notice that?
Re: *1512: 1%* Pre-Air Discussion PostMon Oct 31, 2011 9:47 pm Offline
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I don't see why everyone's so sure this is a spoof on the protests.

Likely due to the "99% vs 1%" setup. I'm sure you've heard myriad references to "the wealthiest one percent" long before now, and Occupy Wall Street is kind of against that. Granted, the occupiers are not actually the other 99% of people, but ostensibly that is who they're standing up for. ("We are the 99%" as seen in this video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wK1MOMKZ8BI )
So, 99% going after the 1% makes it sound like fodder for an OWS episode. Also, it's a fairly prominent news item that hasn't gone away.
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Re: *1512: 1%* Pre-Air Discussion PostMon Oct 31, 2011 10:11 pm Offline
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Wed Mar 26, 2008 7:34 pm635Illinois, USA
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JVM wrote:
I don't see why everyone's so sure this is a spoof on the protests.

Likely due to the "99% vs 1%" setup. I'm sure you've heard myriad references to "the wealthiest one percent" long before now, and Occupy Wall Street is kind of against that. Granted, the occupiers are not actually the other 99% of people, but ostensibly that is who they're standing up for. ("We are the 99%" as seen in this video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wK1MOMKZ8BI )
So, 99% going after the 1% makes it sound like fodder for an OWS episode. Also, it's a fairly prominent news item that hasn't gone away.

I see, thanks for explaining. Kind of disappointed though, because it just makes me more worried about what Wednesday will bring at this point.
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Re: *1512: 1%* Pre-Air Discussion PostTue Nov 01, 2011 12:22 am Offline
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Sat Jan 23, 2010 1:32 am2732So Cal
Oh my, this episode sounds really funny!!! :D Very promising. I am loving the idea the Physical Fitness test goes south just because of one student, lol. But c'mon, this is America. He can't be the only fat kid in school. :roll: The title, is interesting and simple. Dunno what to make of it.

That preview was very cool- and it's always funny to see Cartman get the 'advice' he wants from his toys. :wink: I highly doubt this will be a Cartman vs Wendy eppy, just because she had one line in the preview. It proves nothing. It seems more like a 'all the kids vs Cartman' kinda thing. Which funny enough, we haven't seen yet. Death of Cartman hardly counts as they were just ignoring him. They look pretty pissed off this week, they might actually gain up on him which would be really really cool to see. :)

But it states 'what can Cartman do about it'? Is he going to try getting back at the kids who are trying to get back at him? And what- are the kids forced to do more PE or something, that's why they're glaring at him??

AAHHH who knows. But I cannot wait- sounds really good, again. But the 5th consistently enjoyable eppy this season.... is it possible? :shock:
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Re: *1512: 1%* Pre-Air Discussion PostTue Nov 01, 2011 6:33 am Offline
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Hmmm seems like they are being forced to workout to fight obesity. Michelle Obama has been talking about it a lot. That could be why the panda says "it's all Obama's fault. "

Just happy to see Clyde Frog. :D
Re: *1512: 1%* Pre-Air Discussion PostTue Nov 01, 2011 7:00 am Offline
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"Pissed Off, White Trash, Redneck Conservative" is the one you all speak of.


Using the President's Physical Fitness Test seems like a pretty genius way to comment on the Occupy protests and still have a story about the kids. That's always the line they've got to walk when dealing with current events. Too often they have to rely on 3 minutes worth of TV news segments in order to move the story forward. The less they have to cut to TV-reporter-who-used-to-have-a-funny-name-but-doesn't-anymore, the better for the episode. So if they keep it in South Park, this could be really good.

More superficially, I just love the idea that Cartman is such a fatass that he single-handedly causes the entire school to fail the President's Physical Fitness Test. Now that's a good fat joke.

The President's Physical Fitness Test is a perfect fit for South Park to poke fun of OWS. As soon as I read the description I thought that would be the angle they'd use :lol:
Re: *1512: 1%* Pre-Air Discussion PostTue Nov 01, 2011 7:09 am Offline
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I like how this season they keep using old gimmicks to get the plot going. We haven't seen Cartman with his toys for a while, and he also used some classic lines that kind've disappeared after S5. Examples being in CBAA when he used "Screw you sir, I'm going home", and in "The Last Of The Meheecans" when he yelled out in Spanish "Respect Ma Authorita".

Anyone else get the feeling that the show is going backwards instead of forward?
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Re: *1512: 1%* Pre-Air Discussion PostTue Nov 01, 2011 9:44 am Offline
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Fri Apr 01, 2011 6:17 am47
Ex1lepr0 wrote:
I like how this season they keep using old gimmicks to get the plot going. We haven't seen Cartman with his toys for a while, and he also used some classic lines that kind've disappeared after S5. Examples being in CBAA when he used "Screw you sir, I'm going home", and in "The Last Of The Meheecans" when he yelled out in Spanish "Respect Ma Authorita".

Anyone else get the feeling that the show is going backwards instead of forward?


Dude, that's not going backwards, that's making a small reference to your older stuff, it's funny and longtime-fans appreciate it, at least I do. Both of these quotes are classics :)
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