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South Park: Season 10

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All fourteen monumental episodes from South Park’s tenth season are now available in this exclusive three-disc collector’s set. Join the boys as they witness the death of their beloved Chef, band together to defeat a virtual villain who is out to destroy the world and wrestle with the disturbing consequences of seeing the Prophet of the Muslim people on a popular cartoon. For them, it’s all part of growing up in South Park.


For those South Park fans who have wondered if their beloved animated series would lose its satirical edge after a decade on the air, the Complete Tenth Season boxed set provides a resounding negative. Creators Matt Park and Trey Stone come out swinging with the season opener, "The Return of Chef," which addresses both the media frenzy churned up over the headline-grabbing "Trapped in the Closet" episode from the previous season, as well as the departure of Isaac Hayes, who voiced the well-loved Chef (and netted the series its highest ratings for a debut episode in years). Not content to leave one religion alone, the show tackles the 2006 riots over the depiction of Mohammed in Dutch newspapers (and delivers a much-deserved zing to Family Guy) in the two-part "Cartoon Wars" (the revelation of Family Guy's real writers is among the funniest notions ever penned for South Park) and intelligent design in "Go God Go" (Mrs. Garrison is up in arms over being forced to teach evolution until the arrival of Richard Dawkins changes her mind). Also in the show's firing line are such sacred cows as Oprah Winfrey (Towelie pens a faux memoir a la A Million Little Pieces in "A Million Little Fibers"), Al Gore (who attempts to drum up interest in his hunt for the mythical "ManBearPig"), environmentalists (who create a new form of pollution with their hybrids in "Smug Alert!"), the popular online game World of Warcraft ("Make Love, Not Warcraft," which earned the series an Emmy nomination) and George W. Bush (who tangles with Kyle over 9/11 in "Mystery of the Urinal Deuce"). Of course, South Park wouldn't be South Park without moments of jaw-dropping bad taste, and viewers are treated to not one but two jokes about the death of Steve Irwin (including his appearance at a Halloween party thrown by Satan in the critically reviled "Hell on Earth 2006), children with terminal diseases, teacher-student sexual relations, and a whole host of bodily functions and absurdly graphic violence (the latter is provided by a trio of serial killers in "Hell on Earth 2006"). Supplemental features on the three-disc set are limited to a brief introductory commentary track on each of the episodes by Parker and Stone; while short, they underscore the duo's irreverence and highlight some of the trials they underwent to produce the season (in particular, the network's concern over "Cartoon Wars"). --Paul Gaita

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  • Actors: Trey Parker, Matt Stone
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • 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: Paramount Home Video / Comedy Central
  • DVD Release Date: August 21, 2007
  • Run Time: 308 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000R7I3XC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,755 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Season 10 is filled with some very memorbale and hilarious episoded. Heres the list.
1. Return of Chef-After spending sometime away from South Park, Chef returns but has become a much different person.
2. Smug Alert- Stan get everyone in South Park to buy electric cars. However, the cars cause an unexpected danger.
3. Cartoon Wars pt 1. The show Family Guy is going to have an image depicting Muhammed. The South Park town panics when fearing a terrorist attack because of this.
4. Cartooon Wars pt 2. It is discovered that Cartman hates Family Guy and is using this situation as an opportunity to get the show cancelled. Along the way, he is aided by a certain kid he met at FOX studios who also hates Family Guy.
5. A milion little Fibers- Towelie writes his memoirs butrealizes no one is going to publish a book about a towel. So he pretends to be a real person.
6. Manbearpig- Al Gore comes to South Park and warns the boys about a creature named Manbearpig.
7. TSST- The School board has decided that their fed up with Cartman's immoral (and quite erradic) behavior. So Cesar Millan from the "Dog Whisperer" is hired to set Cartman straight. Although Millan may have what it takes to get the job, Cartman's not going down without a fight.
8. Make love not Warcraft- The boys and their friends try to stop mad gamer in World of Warcraft.
9. Mystery of the Urinal Deuce- Cartman leanrns the "truth" about 9/11 while Mr. Mackey tries to find the culprit who went number two in a urinal stall.
10. Miss Teacher Bangs a boy- Cartman is hired to be the school hall monitor and the kindergarden teacher has an affair with Kyle's brother, Ike.
11. Hell on Earth 2006- It satan's bday, and he wants to have the perfect party.
12. Go God Go.
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The landmark season of South Park saw Matt Stone and Trey Parker's animated series back on top thanks to some scathing, satirical moments and just plain animated lunacy. It also saw the departure of Isaac Hayes, the voice of Chef, who departed after the previous season's lampooning of scientology and Tom Cruise. His departure is spoofed in the opening "Return of Chef" which uses archive sounds of Hayes' voice as Chef returns to South Park brainwashed by the Super Adventure Club, and seeling to "re-connect" with children. Things only get better as Kyle's dad buys a hybrid car in "Smug Alert!", Al Gore seeks attention from anyone with "Manbearpig", Cartman's mom turns to the Dog Whisperer in "Tsst!", Satan has a killer Halloween party in "Hell on Earth 2006", and Cartman seeks to freeze himself in anticipation for the release of the Nintendo Wii in "Go God Go". The best moments of the season however came with the two part "Cartoon Wars" which hilariously lampooned Family Guy, and it makes sense in a way you've never imagined. "Make Love, Not Warcraft" satires the players of the incredibly popular online RPG, and "Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy" finds little Ike having an illicit affair. The only downpoint of the season is the closing "Stanley's Cup" which finds Stan coaching a terrible pee-wee hockey team, for no apparent reason. This episode just isn't funny, at all. Despite that though, every other episode here in the tenth season is a winner, and ten years and still going strong, South Park proves that these kids are quite alright.
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You may like Southpark, and you may not. But if you are into MMORPGs then this is a must see episode. They've effectively have captured the sentiment of both the players that are into MMORPGs and the people that are not and are annoyed by the enthusiasm of those that are.

In this episode the boys join forces to defeat a player that has achieved such a high level that even the administrators can't stop him. The decide to give up their normal lives and play without end so that they can defeat this problem player and save the World...of Warcraft.
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By C. Leonard on November 3, 2007
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The first time I watched this set, I honestly didn't get some of the episodes. It was much like Napolean Dynamite for me, I didn't like it the first time through. I laughed at certain points. But the second time I watched Napolean Dynamite, I started to get the joke. And now, it's one of my favorite movies.

I bought the series mostly for a good copy of Make Love, Not Warcraft. This season may be a little more preachy than the previous season, but it's still funny.
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OK, there are a few episodes in this season that are a little much. The social/political satire is still as strong as ever but the episodes are stretching more to make their points. Instead of being absurdly funny and clever, some of these episodes are just absurd and go out of their way to say, "Look at me, look how shocking I am" ("The Return of Chef," "Smug Alert!," "A Million Little Fibers," "Stanley's Cup"). Still, this season offers what I believe is the greatest SP episode of all-time and maybe the best thing I have ever seen on television: "Make Love Not Warcraft." This episode is so well-done in animation (yes, excellent SP animation) and story-writing that I cannot praise it enough. Plus, it includes music from one of my favorite singers ever: Paul Stanley! Then there are the excellent two-parters when Cartman goes to the future (Mrs. Garrison and that scholar guy are hilarious!) and "Cartoon Wars" where SP takes on Family Guy with references to other animated shows. "Miss Teacher Bangs A Boy" takes the female teacher/boy student love affair controversy to a level only SP can. The positives outweight the negatives here but it's not perfect, so I can't give it 5 stars no matter how much I love the World of Warcraft episode. The cover of the box (Target edition) is awesome. You see the SP boys fat and pimply and, by tilting the box, you see their World of Warcraft characters.

Disc 1:
"The Return of Chef"--Controversial episode that got back at Isaac Hayes for leaving SP when it tackled the Scientology issue. Hearing old Chef audio clips, the SP boys notice something has changed drastically in Chef after his return from an adventure with a mysterious club. Yikes!
"Smug Alert!
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Cartoon wars 2 censored??????
The part with Mohammed is. Did they do that on cable?
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Too much money for 14 episodes
Well it's $20 right now if you want to buy it.
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a few reasons.
1) its just plain funny. its hard to explain just why two crippled kids fighting each other and a kid dieing every episode is funny, but it is. its like explaining family guy, "so there's this baby and it keeps trying to kill its mother and a talking dog that drinks too much... Read More
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Can You Tell ME Why I Should Like South park
i've been a fan of the series for a long time. I like it because it is a show that mimics and blasts our culture with unflinching bravery. There is no level that this show will not stoop to. After over a decade on the air, it is TV's most daring show. Despite the sheer stupidity of some of the... Read More
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