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Re: *1702: Informative Murder Porn* Post-Air Thread PostFri Oct 04, 2013 11:23 am OfflineBoard Moderator
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rodgw wrote:
Question: When Butters is asking for "porn murder" phrase what he said really, "porn murder?" or " Pony burguer?" ? And Cartman answer, "That's more I like it." or "That's my locket." ? You see my problem? :)

You should have your hearing checked. They very clearly said

Butters: Murder porn?
Cartman: That's more like it.
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Re: *1702: Informative Murder Porn* Post-Air Thread PostFri Oct 04, 2013 1:16 pm Offline
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Sun Sep 23, 2012 11:20 am3
Man that was a really random episode. I don't know much about Minecraft (I guess I'm too old) but I think I actually learned stuff about the game from this episode. I hope they bring back that kid that was teaching the parents Minecraft, the stuff he says is really funny "There's no objective, you just keep building sh*t" cracked me up.

And the line from Randy "what the f'ing f*ck!", I hope that catches on.
Re: *1702: Informative Murder Porn* Post-Air Thread PostFri Oct 04, 2013 1:42 pm Offline
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Sat Sep 21, 2013 1:02 pm34
Big-Will wrote:
rodgw wrote:
Question: When Butters is asking for "porn murder" phrase what he said really, "porn murder?" or " Pony burguer?" ? And Cartman answer, "That's more I like it." or "That's my locket." ? You see my problem? :)

You should have your hearing checked. They very clearly said

Butters: Murder porn?
Cartman: That's more like it.


Hey, I did and I have a little hearing problem, loud songs on my life... that's why Iasked, speaking very fast and when Butters started whit, kind a "b", ruined my full understanding. But sorry for ask that. :)
Re: *1702: Informative Murder Porn* Post-Air Thread PostFri Oct 04, 2013 1:52 pm Offline
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Sun Aug 07, 2011 10:42 am115
I haven't been here in a year and a half, but I've watched every episode since (and pretty much of the series)

I give this episode a 9 out of 10, it was funny for me all the way through, except for the fact the edundant cable guy shtick done one too many times. For me a top 20 episode of all time for some reason, but maybe just because the last episode was so terribly mediocre. :D
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Re: *1702: Informative Murder Porn* Post-Air Thread PostFri Oct 04, 2013 7:01 pm Offline
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Sun Jan 06, 2013 1:53 pm303
I am liking Season 17 so far 8)

I like the old-school (pardon the pun) of showing the kids in Mr. Garrison's class. I like how Mr. Garrison pays no attention to the student presentation, and when Wendy complains about Cartman all Garrison knows to do is say that Wendy did a good job on her report - a report that she barely started to give to the class because of Cartman's interruptions :lol:

Timmy, Jimmy, all the kids were there, like in Seasons 1-4. Tweek even had a speaking role. And when other kids were shown, 1st grader Dougie was certainly there. Does this mean that sometime in the next 8 episodes we may see General Disarray make an appearance with Prof. Chaos?

I give this episode an 8/10 and not higher only because with so much of the plot centering around the Marsh's and their household, Shelly was noticeably absent.

All in all a great episode. Well done, M&T.

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Re: *1702: Informative Murder Porn* Post-Air Thread PostFri Oct 04, 2013 10:46 pm Offline
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I give it an 8/10. Was getting tired of Cartman booing Wendy and wanted her to knock him out of his misery. Never got the nipple rubbing.
Re: *1702: Informative Murder Porn* Post-Air Thread PostSat Oct 05, 2013 6:15 am Offline
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Re: *1702: Informative Murder Porn* Post-Air Thread PostSat Oct 05, 2013 9:26 pm Offline
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Another strong episode. It may be premature to say this but the long wait seems worthwhile.

Murder documentaries have been common at least since I was a child and yet they rarely receive parody, making them the perfect recipients of South Park treatment. It takes a boring element of life and shows the absurd elements of it we may have overlooked. It also uses it as a stage to once again speak about censorship, a topic that the writers repeatedly return to yet always seem to have something original to say, or at least a new way to say an old point. The contrast between a TV show full of sex and violence that gets respected by parents and a peaceful video game that parents often hate simply because of the medium provided some humor under the surface.

The many surreal elements reminded me for the first time in years that the show was originally inspired by Monty Python was a major influence on the show. South Park often takes common metaphors, like politicians being assh*les or cable companies being in love with themselves and presents them as literally as animation makes possible. Despite how often they go this route, it still gets a laugh from me.

Perhaps they were doing something similar in presenting kids as the moral guardians, in calling such people childish? I'm probably over analyzing this as it could be an example of one of South Park's other favorite tricks, taking what we expect and replacing it with its exact opposite. That or it's just another example of the kids being more adult than the parents.

The episode moved quickly and fit enough in to stop jokes that may have otherwise outstayed their welcome from taking up too much screen time.

They gave the newly introduced side-characters more personality than they usually do, whilst allowing the main characters to be themselves. The boys all had roles that were in character for them but didn't seen to do much. I actually enjoyed Randy in this as i did in their last episode with video game segments. I was glad to see Garrison get a line after seeing him in the credits.
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Re: *1702: Informative Murder Porn* Post-Air Thread PostSat Oct 05, 2013 10:11 pm Offline
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Better episode than the first one. Cartman up to his usual antics and The Marsh's having sexual problems :P

Oh yea, and Cable Companies SUCK!! I really did appreciate South Park finally ripping on them. (Nice way to really put it to TWC btw...or at least that is what looked like the 'fake' logo they used). :o

Plusses: Cartman wouldn't let Wendy Talk. I liked the MineCraft parts, and the Investigative Discovery Rip. The Cable Company sh*t, while a little bit too repeatitive was still ROFL.

Minuses: The Mother being pulled out by the stretcher. I mean, blood and gore is good sometimes, but the kid next to her...a kinda sad turnoff. That and the Butters Situation with his parents. Mr. Stotch part was decent, but the Butters Parents killing (in minecraft, while funny) was also a bit concerning and I almost thought that they were REALLY gonna kill off Ms. Stoch. She's a cute character, would have been a shame, so I'm glad they didn't.

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Re: *1702: Informative Murder Porn* Post-Air Thread PostSun Oct 06, 2013 6:58 am Offline
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Tue Apr 26, 2011 8:51 am255
Two very good episodes in a row - really liking the season so far :lol:

Some parts in this one I thought were great:

"It's probably f'ing Stan!"

"Some like their murder with a side of sexy biscuits!"

Cartman's sleuthing based on the statement "ouchie ouchie, Mommy raped my no-no" :lol:

But why does Aaron Hagan sound so echoey? Is it just me or all of his audio clips a little off in quality? And why did the cops only give him a blanket - but no cocoa?
Re: *1702: Informative Murder Porn* Post-Air Thread PostSun Oct 06, 2013 3:33 pm Offline
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Sat Apr 21, 2012 3:14 pm99Antelope California
I looked up how much money 100 ounces of silver is and it is like $2,300. Cory Lanskin made off pretty well. I wonder what he will do with the silver, will we be seeing him again? Also where did South Park get the idea of having the parents pay for things in silver? Is it from video games or what? I'd like to know what it is from.
Re: *1702: Informative Murder Porn* Post-Air Thread PostFri Oct 25, 2013 10:55 pm Offline
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This was my favorite episode this season to this point, and I'd go as far as to say it's a classic.

The bit with the cable company guys was the best. It actually hit really close to home, too, and the best comedy is relate-able. I actually missed out on watching most of the '04 World Series due to technical problems with the cable service Comcast was providing at the time in my area, and when we called them to complain, they claimed the entire neighborhood was having the same problem and basically refused to fix it until it was convenient for them, more or less because "they're the only cable company in town". Even aside from the historical significance of that World Series and how much it "bummed me out" to miss it, my experience with Comcast almost paralleled the boys' and the parents' experience with their local cable company in this episode.

Anyway, 10/10 for those reasons. My favorite of the season as I said, with "Let Go Let Gov" ever so slightly behind.
Re: *1702: Informative Murder Porn* Post-Air Thread PostSat Oct 26, 2013 2:14 am Offline
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This was by far the best of the new episodes. It was interesting that the principle characters were all united in common cause. I am wondering if there's a movie parody here that I am missing because I didn't see the movie - the character of the kid teaching the adults Minecraft just seemed parodical.
Re: *1702: Informative Murder Porn* Post-Air Thread PostMon Oct 28, 2013 8:28 pm Offline
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South Park's role reversal episodes are always pretty good, if not great, and this one's no exception. Love how Stan again shows himself to be the true "adult" in the household. Heck, Stan/Kyle/Wendy all display much more maturity than any regular adult character in the show (well...except for the late Chef).

Loved the little kids-being-kids moments like Wendy expressing her usual profound-but-true viewpoints, Fatass trolling her a la Breast Cancer Show Ever, and Butters tearfully recollecting his traumatizing Minecraft experience like it was all real life.

The cable guys' sadomasochism got a little old at the end, but the M&T's underlying message is spot on. Monopolized industries churn out crap products, just look at the utility companies, and the airlines are quickly getting there with all the mergers going on.

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Re: *1702: Informative Murder Porn* Post-Air Thread PostTue Oct 29, 2013 4:43 pm Offline
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Loved that episode.
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