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  • Actors: Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Isaac Hayes, Mona Marshall, April Stewart
  • Directors: Trey Parker
  • Writers: Matt Stone, Kyle McCulloch, Jonathan Kimmel, Brian Graden, Erica Rivinoja
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC, Full Screen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Comedy Central
  • DVD Release Date: March 6, 2007
  • Run Time: 308 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000KLQUMQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,777 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "South Park: Season 9" on IMDb

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  • All 14 episodes of the 2005 season on 3 discs

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All fourteen episodes from South Park’s infamous ninth season are now available for the first time in this exclusive 3-disc collector’s set. This season features Kenny’s epic battle between heaven and hell, uprising of redheads and adventures surrounding a certain closet. For these boys, it’s all part of growing up in South Park!

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A lot can happen in the middle of nowhere. The tiny mountain town of South Park, Colorado has proven that beyond a doubt for the last eight seasons. Fortunately for fans of this Comedy Central pillar, series creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker obviously had no lack of ideas for their ninth season. Over the course of fourteen episodes, Mr. Garrison gets a sex change, Cartman thwarts a hippie music festival that threatens to destroy the town, the boys (Cartman, Kyle, Stan, and Kenny) start a talent agency, Kenny leads angelic forces in an epic battle against Satan’s minions at the gates of heaven, and the boys become really bad at losing at baseball. And that’s just the first half of the season. The most notable episode from this season is definitely the controversial "Trapped in the Closet," where Stan is "recognized" as the reincarnation of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, and a dejected Tom Cruise locks himself in Stan’s closet. Naturally, over the course of the episode, TV reporters get to decry that "Tom Cruise still won’t come out of the closet." It's funny enough on its own, but when John Travolta and R. Kelly end up in the closet as well (all singing together "Now I’m trapped in the closet. I’m trapped in the closet too"), that’s worth the price of the set on its own.

After nine seasons it’s also nice to see that one of the series key running gags, the perpetual cluelessness of the adults, still isn’t getting old. It's as if the adult townspeople only know how to behave based on movies they’ve seen (this season’s cinematic targets include Rocky (in "The Losing Edge"), The Day After Tomorrow ("Two Days Before the Day After Tomorrow"), and Pet Cemetery ("Marjorine"), and their inevitably clichéd over-reactions still provide many of the show’s best moments. The commentaries from Parker and Stone are once again typically short; they usually last only a few minutes into each show before they end it with "Ok, onto the next show now" not even trying to conceal that they really want to get through the recording session as quickly as possible. That might seem lame on other shows, but on South Park--a show where 8-year-olds send a talking killer whale to the moon through the Mexican Space Agency for $200,--somehow it’s totally fitting. --Daniel Vancini

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I think it goes something like this.
Peter P. Fuchs
"Best Friends Forever" finds Kenny obsessed with his new PSP; so much so that it ends up getting him killed and helping Heaven beat Hell in an apocalyptic battle.
N. Durham
Season nine is as good a season of South Park as any.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By mwreview on March 15, 2007
Format: DVD
For the last few seasons, each new season of South Park became my favorite. The trend almost continued with Season 9 but I don't think it is quite as solid as Season 8, but close. Still there are several slam-dunk episodes in this set: "Mr. Garrison's Fancy New V---," "The Losing Edge," "The Death of Eric Cartman," "Follow That Egg," and "Bloody Mary." Either "Mr. Garrison's...," "Follow That Egg," or "Bloody Mary" is my favorite, it's difficult to choose. There are other excellent eps as well like "Best Friends Forever" (which won an Emmy), "Erection Day," "Two Days Before...," and "Marjorine." This set also has the controversial episode "Trapped in the Closet" about Tom Cruise and Scientology that caused the "Chef" Isaac Hayes falling out. Jam-packed with quality SP humor taking current events and issues waaaay over-the-top, here's what you get:

Disc 1:

"Mr. Garrison's Fancy New V..." Kyle is depressed that Jew's can't play basketball. Inspired by Mr. Garrison's recent sex change, Kyle undergoes a "Negroplasty" (opposite of the "Caucasianplasty that Michael Jackson had). What he does not realize is that the procedure is only for cosmetic purposes.

"Die Hippie, Die": This is one of my least favorites of this season. Cartman detects signs of a Hippie Music Jam Festival forming in South Park, but is put in jail for locking them in the basement. When the town sees the hippies taking over, they seek Cartman's help. Cartman's plan: take out the hippies with Slayer.

"Wing": After Token wins a singing contest, the boys start a talent agency to try to cash in on Token's potential royalties.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By JGC on March 7, 2008
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"South Park" is one of the most clever series programs in the entire history of American television. Because Trey & Matt (the creaters, cartoonists, writers, voices & just about everything else) have a percise acuteness to satire and comedy. Each season it only gets better. This series has never "jumped the shark" because "South Park" is the type of series that doesn't take themselves too serious and doesn't try to be anything they're not.

Season Nine (includes a total of fourteen eps) of this modern-day classic is hands down, bar none, perfect television viewing. Some of the highlights from this season include: Mrs. Garrison's gender reassignment operation, the sweet sounds of Wing, Jimmy taking matters into his own hands and of course who could forget about Tom Cruise being trapped in the perpetual closet! But my favorite ep from this season revolves around my favorite "South Park" resident, Eric Cartman; in this installmant, Cartman found out what it was like to be dead when the other boys killed him off in "The Death of Eric Cartman!"

I cannot wait for the Season Eleven Set to come out, later this year. And, next week is the Season Twelve Series premieres on "South Park" on Comedy Central!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jon Hall on March 28, 2007
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Genius. South Park has provided comic relief for todays problems for ten gut wrenching years. Story lines often seem to be plucked from the days headlines. Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Eric provide the laughs and social commentary, which echo true common sense. South Park is a counter move to the politically correct world in which we live. South Park is animation for adults plain and simple, and I hope to see the boys of South Park learn lessons and provide their unique brand of insight for many years to come.
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20 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Betty L. Dravis VINE VOICE on July 9, 2007
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I may be slow in seeing TV shows, but I spend all my time writing my own novels, reading and reviewing books, and watching and reviewing more mainstream movies, so I suppose that excuses me.

I hate to admit I have never seen even ONE episode of South Park on TV, but I've heard others raving about it, so I decided to order one from Netflix. But first I asked my granddaughter if it was "nasty" or simply raunchy. When she said "clever, hilarious, AND raunchy," I liked the sound of that, so ordered this Ninth Season.

I just finished watching it and must admit I laughed all the way through. The creators of this hilarious, up-to-date, animated comedy are "spot on" in covering riotous aspects of the "human condition" and making it appeal to the masses.

My favorite episode is the controversial "Trapped in the Closet," a satirical look at Scientology and Tom Cruise's. I admire Tom Cruise's acting ability (and dislike his ties to Scientology), but would never put him down--except in the spirit of fun--which is what SOUTH PARK is all about, IMO.

SOUTH PARK is not for the sensitive soul or those who lack a sense of humor, but it's perfect for the rest of us. As I said, I laughed all the way through each episode, and since "laughter is the best medicine," I recommend it highly.

I agree with the reviewer who said, "It's about as good as animated comedy can get."
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ! MR. KNOW IT ALL ;-b VINE VOICE on April 17, 2007
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Another great season and from what I've seen of the season 11 it shows no sign of slowing down! I can't wait until they release season 10.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Peter P. Fuchs on December 24, 2010
It's amazing how many times I have thought of South Park episodes and just started to laugh. Comic genius barely even sums up the cleverness of the show of course. Prescience is surely one of the other virtues of the show. But I was reflecting recently that perhaps not prescience as many, particularly the creators, might like to think. "Trapped in the Closet" is certainly one of the funniest and prescient of all the episodes, and unsubtle commentary on the world-view of sofa-bouncing movie stars hardly could be more pointed. Yet my reflections recently lead me to conclusion that the South Park take on things, super- clever though it is, is also a sort of prologue to a new closeted way-of-being for the younger generation. For my generation of gay people coming out of the closet meant essentially interjecting the reality of our lives and loves into a world that acted as if they didn't exist. And by the way, blinkered portrayals and crazy claims are a form of absence. If the other person in life is different from you one way to maintain a sense of unreality about that person is by creating zany mistruths about them. This is the dark side of human interaction. It is only when someone is real enough in a society to get rights that -- miraculously -- the mistruths start vanishing as well. So when my generation came out you really had to assert your own reality in a way, plain and simple. Many of us were lucky to be able to do so in lives filled with love and fun, but clearly not always. How different the world is now for people coming out. I reflect that people "trapped in closet" today have a perhaps more tangled time of it, in strange irony. For now "being gay" is not something undiscussed...hardly! It seems all that the media seem to discuss!Read more ›
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