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South Park 20 Seasons 2010

Season 14
(160) IMDb 8.1/10

10. Insheeption TV-MA CC

When Stan is sent to the school counselor because he's holding on to an obscene number of useless possessions, he realizes that Mr. Mackey has a hoarding disorder too.

Trey Parker, Matt Stone
22 minutes
Original air date:
October 20, 2010

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Season 14

Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Trey Parker
Starring Trey Parker, Matt Stone
Supporting actors Mona Marshall, April Stewart, Vernon Chatman
Season year 2010
Producers Frank C. Agnone II, Adrien Beard, Vernon Chatman, Anne Garefino, Bruce Howell, Kurt Nickels, Trey Parker, Ryan Quincy, Erica Rivinoja, Daryl Sancton, Matt Stone, Eric Stough
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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253 of 277 people found the following review helpful By Hudson on April 21, 2011
Format: DVD
The big moment is here... and brace for disappointment. Not in the brilliant writing of Trey Parker and Matt Stone, this season is HILARIOUS.

What's not hilarious however, is that this DVD IN FACT has the CENSORED VERSION ONLY of Episode "201", the infamous (I'd better be careful here...) M******* episode. If you didn't know, episode "201" was censored heavily on its original broadcast on Comedy Central due to receiving terrorist threats from wannabe terrorists WHO LIVE IN THE UNITED STATES (remember, the land of free speech?). These guys are complete fugazi terrorists, no danger at all, just wannabes. In fact, all that this "terrorist" group does is make racist and bigoted cartoons and skits of their own (MUCH more offensive than South Park, check it out on the net... I won't provide the link, b/c the cartoons and skits are AWFUL, and I don't think Amazon lets you print links anyhow.) The DVD version of the episode is proceeded by a message that says, "This episode appears exactly as it did on Comedy Central's original broadcast." Oh, how my heart sank. Not only is it censored, but you can't even get any insight into the censored closing statements, because if you listen to the commentary from Trey and Matt, they have been SCARED by Comedy Central into not even talking about the controversy (Trey admits it on the commentary), due to the fact that they would "probably just take it off anyways," Trey says. That's really what the commentary track consists of: Trey and Matt talking about how they can't talk about the censorship. The only good part of the commentary is the great joke the guys pull at the end of it... I don't want to spoil it for anyone though, because I thought it was a great satiric jab at the situation.
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106 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Gutman on May 3, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase

As one of the many, many South Park fans here on Earth, I appreciate not only the clever humor, but most especially the social commentary. Usually this valuable and timely satire was sandwiched between enough laughter that it was at least "Tolerated" by viewers seeking only mere entertainment.

The fact that South Park is a prime-time animated show on a cable network helped to keep it "Under the radar" of all but the most extreme of those who consider themselves to be our "Moral Police". The phenomenon that many of the most vocal opponants of the show had not actually SEEN the show helped to dismiss the critics and place their criticisms on the fringe. To most of the "General Public" that has never seen an episode of South Park, the show was considered to be nothing more than a string of flatulence jokes.

Unfortunately, the days of hiding "Under the Radar" have ended. The world turned their attention to South Park, Colorado, and Comedy Central proved themselves to be spineless and short-sighted.

South Park's initial inspiration was Archie Bunker from "All in the Family", a character who Matt & Trey absolutely adored but agreed could never appear on today's P.C. television programs. Their idea was to create that same freedom of humor in a format that could escape comparisons to traditional television comedies. They settled on animation for this format, and so was born Eric Cartmsn, one of the most despicable characters to ever appear on television (and deliberately so). Matt and Trey felt that the animated format would allow them to be ignored by the critics and dismissed as frivolous (and thus harmless). This plan worked right up until Season 14.
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102 of 116 people found the following review helpful By NeghVar on April 30, 2011
Format: DVD
I was so looking forward to this set. In all other season DVD sets, the episodes have been totally uncut and uncensored, until now. Episode 201 is all censored up like it was during the original broadcast on Comedy central. It really sucks that I cannot get my money back since I opened the box (which said nothing about 201 being censored)

This is not Matt and Trey's fault. They have the guts rip on anyone and anything. Comedy Central needs to grow a set of balls. South Park has ripped on just about every major religion in the world and Comedy Central allowed the broadcasting of those episodes. But along comes Islam and Comedy Central censors everything about it.

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43 of 47 people found the following review helpful By TL Movie Buff on May 7, 2011
Format: DVD
To think that in the world of DVD, you have the ability to show the version that is best shown. FCC does not look over the DVDs nor does the MPAA, so you can pretty much show it uncut the way it is supposed to be shown. But to not show the uncut versions of 200 and 201 just flips me off. These censored versions were not approved by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, creators of South Park, yet they can't release the uncut versions on DVD/Blu-ray where CENSORSHIP IS NOT A CONCERN. Why? If the episodes were censored on purpose, then I wouldn't complain about this, but nope: this is not the case. I refuse to pay for this and boycott this release until Comedy Central allows the episodes to be presented unedited. This is really upsetting as my high expectations went down the drain. Till then, no deal.
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