South Park 19 Seasons 2004

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Season 8
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6. The Jeffersons TV-MA CC

All the children of South Park are attracted to "Mr. Jefferson" and his son and their home filled with games, toys and animals.

Trey Parker, Matt Stone
23 minutes
Original air date:
April 21, 2004

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Season 8

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Genres Comedy
Director Trey Parker
Starring Trey Parker, Matt Stone
Supporting actors Dante Alexander, April Stewart, Mona Marshall, Eric Stough, Isaac Hayes
Season year 2006
Producers Anne Garefino, Trey Parker, Matt Stone
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64 of 69 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on July 25, 2006
Format: DVD
Sometimes things just get better with age. Take the eighth season of South Park for example, which somehow found creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker pushing the limits of of cable television even further in these fourteen episodes. The season begins simple enough, spoofing anime and Dragonball Z in the first episode ("Good Times With Weapons") and break dancing and the dim movie You Got Served ("You Got F'd in the A"), and then things take a very different (and even funnier) turn with the "The Passion of the Jew" as Cartman takes his love for Mel Gibson and the Passion of the Christ to a new level as Stan and Kenny try to get their money back after seeing the film. Disabled Jimmy is willing to go to any lengths to win the special olympics in "Up the Down Steroid" (take that Barry Bonds!) while "Goobacks" became an instant classic taking on the illegal immigration issue with a hilarious sci-fi twist. The second half of the season gets even better with "The Jeffersons" as a strange man with a fondness for children who bears a striking resemblance to the King of Pop moves into town, "Douche and Turd" which puts a spin on the election and the very, very little choice anyone has in the matter, "Something Wall-Mart This Way Comes" in which the mega store comes to town and the kids try to find a way to combat the evil within it, Paris Hilton gets unbelieavbly scathed in "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset", and the closing Christmas episode "Woodland Critter Christmas" may very well go down in history as one of the best episodes in the history of the series. For the most part, season after season, the boys behind the mayhem of South Park manage to attack current issues and events with unabashed glee, and this season was no different. All in all, the eighth season of South Park only furthers the notion that the show is still going strong, and here's hoping it never stops.
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By mwreview on September 2, 2006
Format: DVD
Season 8 includes more amazing South Park episodes with topics that remain relevant and fresh. Every time South Park comes out with an incredible episode, I think they have reached their zenith and every time I think that, they prove me wrong. Their take on steroids using the Special Olympics as well as their coverage of Walmart and Michael Jackson are new highs. Every season since season three (which, on a whole, I don't really care for) has gotten better and better. Here are the episodes from Season 8:

"Good Times with Weapons"--The boys buy martial arts weapons at the county fair and dive into the world of anime. In a showdown with Professor Chaos, Kenny gets carried away and throws a star blade into Butters' eye. The boys are afraid they will get grounded. In the end, the town is more concerned when Cartman's naked invisibility powers malfunction.

"Up the Down Steroid"--One of my favorites. Cartman thinks if he pretends to be mentally challenged, he's a shoe-in to win the Special Olympics. Meanwhile, Jimmy wants to win so badly he is willing to use steroids. Mark McGuire, Barry Bonds, and Jason Giambi make an "appearance" to symbolize that kids should never cheat (yeah, right). Classic, I love the part where Cartman "trains" to be mentally challenged and when he tries to complete in the events, but the Jimmy beating up his girlfriend bit was a little much.

"The Passion of the Jew"--Boy, is this all of a sudden relevant again. Cartman convinces Kyle to watch The Passion of the Christ and Kyle is so traumatized, he begins to question his faith. Cartman then organizes a movement reminiscent of something that happened in Germany 70 years ago. Meanwhile, Stan and Kenny try to get their theatre ticket money back by confronting Mel Gibson.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Tenchi Masaki on September 7, 2006
Format: DVD
In the latest season on DVD, the boys Stan, Kyle, Cartman & Kyle get into the middle of political issues and celebrity shenanigans & This season is capped off with the funniest Christmas episode yet.

Disc 1:
1. Good Times With Weapons: The boys buy Japanese weapons at a fair & Kenny accidentally throws a Ninja star in Butter's eye.
2. Up The Down Steroid: Jimmy takes steroids for the Special Olympics, while Cartman pretends to be handicap for $1,000 dollars.
3. The Passion Of The Jew: Cartman tells Kyle that he should see "The Passion Of The Christ" while Stan & Kyle want there money back from Mel Gibson.
4. You Got F'd In The A: Stan is challenged to a dance-off, while Butter must face a dark past.
5. Awesom-O: Cartman tricks Butters, by dressing up like a robot whose name is Awesom-O.

Disc 2:
6. The Jeffersons: Michael Jackson moves to South Park, while under the name Mr. Jefferson.
7. Goobacks: Humans from the year 4035 come back to the past in order to find work for their familys in the future.
8. Douche And Turd: Peta demonstrates against the use of a cow as South Park Elementary's mascot, so Cartman comes in with a turd sandwich & Kyle comes up with a giant douche.
9. Something Wall Mart This Way Comes: A gaint Wall Mart (spelled with two l's) moves into South Park, & starts making people addictive to buying there all the time.
10. Pre-School: For five long years the boys, including Butters have kept a secret about a illegal incident that happened back in pre-school. Now the kid whose took the fall is being let out of juvie & his first order of business is revenge.

Disc 3:
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