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South Park: Season 11

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All fourteen uncensored episodes from South Park's eleventh season are now available in this exclusive three-disc collector's set. Join the boys as they attempt to rescue Imaginationland from nuclear annihilation, discover the secret behind the Easter Bunny, and get head lice. For them, it's all part of growing up in South Park! Disc One: - With Apologies To Jesse Jackson - Cartman Sucks - Lice Capades - The Snuke - Fantastic Easter Special Disc Two: - D-Yikes - Night Of The Living Homeless - Le Petit Tourette - More Crap Disc Three: - Imaginationland - Imaginationland, Episode II - Imaginationland, Episode III - Guitar Queer-O - The List


After 10 seasons of sick, wrong, brilliant, subversive, and groundbreaking humor, South Park just keeps getting a little more sick, a little more wrong, and a lot more funny. What could possibly be left for the boys from the small, redneck mountain town of South Park, Colorado to accomplish? Plenty, as it turns out. Cartman, for example, fights a midget in the season opener, pulls a practical joke that gets poor Butters sent to a special camp for gay children, sets a new town record for the most number of homeless people jumped over on his skateboard, and fakes having Tourette's syndrome in order to get away with saying whatever he wants at school. Stan gets pulled into a bizarre and hilarious conspiracy surrounding Easter in a plot that parallels The Da Vinci Code, and Kyle becomes a Guitar Hero, only to lose his best friend to the glittering lights of rock stardom. Clearly the brightest star in this season, though, is the two-part episode Imaginationland, where the boys have the entire contents of the world's imaginations, religions, and superstitions, laid before them for better, and for worse. It's a brilliant episode that encapsulates everything that continues to make South Park so strong: imaginative story lines; sharp animation; indelible characters thrust into ridiculous situations; and all of it tied together with a strong ekimthread of subversive humor. It's a formula that results in the sort of TV that just won't be seen elsewhere, and considering that one whole story line revolves around a plot where Randy Marsh (Kyle's Dad) tries to outdo Bono (lead singer of U2) for the record of World's Largest... umm, Stool, well, maybe that's a good thing. But for fans of the show who can't get enough of goin' down to South Park to see some friends of theirs, season 11 will continue to give plenty of reasons for making the trip. --Daniel Vancini

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  • Actors: Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Isaac Hayes, Mona Marshall, April Stewart
  • Directors: Trey Parker
  • Writers: Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Brian Graden, Jonathan Kimmel, Kristen Schaal
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, 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: Comedy Central
  • DVD Release Date: August 12, 2008
  • Run Time: 308 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (119 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0018O5WUU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,558 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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With almost every season of South Park you always have the odd one or two episodes that weren't really that good. Season 1 it was Weight Gain 4000, Season 2 it was Terrence & Phillip in not without my Anus and so on, as with all seasons although you have the bad episodes, you always have your personal favourites but Season 11 is in my personal view the strongest and most unique season to date. With episodes ranging from racial controversy to a trilogy of episodes setting the boys in Imaginationland and ended up with its own DVD releases.

Episode 1: With Apologies To Jesse Jackson: This is a Randy Marsh episode and shows the true no holds barred attitude that Matt Stone & Trey Parker have towards writing an episode. Randy is on an episode of Wheel of Fortune and accidentally uses the N word, which causes an uproar and singles Randy out as "That N***er Guy." This episode is obviously a reflection on the American society in relation to the N word and satires the whole subject, extremely funny episode with some great one liners.

Episode 2: Cartman Sucks: Again this is another controversial episode but this one is entirely around Cartman, of a night Cartman has Butters stay over at his house and while Butters is asleep, Cartman plays pranks on Butters then takes pictures of it. One prank backfires on Cartman which he's afraid will make people think he's gay, he thinks Kyle has the picture and is ready to show it to the class so Cartman enters on a panicky mission to try and save his skin. Amazingly funny as we see Cartman show some vulnerability.

Episode 3: Lice Capades: One of the boys has head lice and Cartman leads a mission to try and find out who it is.
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Even in it's eleventh season, South Park manages to still be the funniest animated show on TV today. Proof of that statement can be seen in the opening episode, appropriately titled "With Apologies to Jesse Jackson", in which Stan's dad Randy goes on Wheel of Fortune, and gets the wrong idea. If you've never seen this episode before and are easily offended, well, I suggest you don't watch it. For the rest of us though, this episode is worth the price of admission alone. Not to mention the simply brilliant "Imaginationland" trilogy of episodes, as well as the very funny "Cartman Sucks" and "Lice Capades"; which once again find creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker not only pushing limits, but obliterating them. Matt and Trey also have a fine time spoofing things as well, including 24 with "The Snuke", zombies with "Night of the Living Homeless", Bono's work (and their Emmy win) with "More Crap", 300 with "D-Yikes!", and the mega-popular Guitar Hero with "Guitar Queer-o". The season really reaches one of it's best moments with "Le Petit Tourette", which finds Cartman faking having Tourette's syndrome. While season closing episodes "Guitar Queer-o" and "The List" aren't anything too special, the season as a whole is still another winning and ungodly funny season of the long running show. All in all, South Park continues to raise the bar for hysterical offensiveness, and we should all definitely be glad that it does, and hasn't become a stagnant shell of it's former self like another long running prime time animated series that will remain nameless.
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This episode had been recommended to me long ago, but I did not rent it because I did not want to commit to watching a whole DVD's worth of Southpark. $1.99 bought the unbox episode (cheaper than the cost of gas): Kyle gives a homeless guy $20 and soon afterward South Park is overrun with homeless. Cartman is as charming as ever, striving to vault his skateboard over the most homeless. The town council proposes the standard, mindless responses typical of city bureaucracy (designer sleeping bags, and such), and the homeless continue their undaunted chanting, "Spare Change? God Bless." So it's up to the boys to travel to a nearby town to seek the solution. Unbox has been flawless for me.
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South Park season eleven is a great season of the show. It contains great episodes and the only time they weren't of classic status was in Lice Capades. The episodes included in this set are:

With Apologies To Jesse Jackson- Randy solves the wheel of fortune puzzle with the N word as he comes to understand why being classified by a word is annoying when it reminds you of a past you want to forget. (People who annoy you.)

Cartman Sucks- Cartman gets Butter's sent to gay counselling camp as he tries to stop Kyle from showing the class provocative pictures of him. (Eric Cartman's mother called, she found the photo's)

Lice Capades- A slower episode where the boys lice symbolize the annoyance we are as inhabitants to the planet. (Smart idea, poor execution)

The Snuke- Hilary Clinton is under attack as Cartman plays the part of Jack Bauer in a 24 spoof. (The Snuke is in her Sn*tch)

Fantastic Easter Special- Stan learns why we paint easter eggs in a Da Vinci Code Spoof. (Peeps!)

D-Yikes- Mrs. Garrison finds a club for others like her but when Persians want to take over it turns into a '300' standoff. (Scissor me timbers).

Night Of The Living Homeless- Great episode where homeless people play the part of zombies. (Does anyone have any change?)

Le Petite Tourette- Cartman pretends to have Tourette's syndrome in an attempt to say whatever he wants. (P*ss! In your mouth!)

More Crap- Randy breaks the world record for biggest crap until Bono steps in as the world's biggest piece of crap.(This show is emmy winning).

Imaginationland I,II,III- The boys finally hit on the Iraq war in the most intelligent and entertaining thing they have done so far.
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