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South Park: Season 6

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Sit back and enjoy all 17 episodes of the sixth season of the show that makes you laugh your @$$ off, now available for the first time in this exclusive 3-disc collector’s edition. This season tackles such issues as child abduction, animal rights and early mammary development and its effects on society. Also, Cartman wears a dress on national television and Butters goes out of his mind. For them, it's all part of growing up in South Park.


The quiet little mountain town of South Park, Colorado enters its sixth season as America’s weirdest and most dysfunctional town, and if you thought that title was already claimed by Springfield, I have one word for you: Lemmiwinks. If you thought it couldn’t get any weirder, this season will prove you wrong. But the good news is that South Park has always been able to maintain a mathematical-like balance of proportionality so impressive it could be charted on a graph: as South Park gets weirder, so it gets funnier (usually). Which makes sense because one of South Park’s greatest strengths has always been to reflect the strangest elements of society, which, let’s face it, are pretty strange. Targets this season include exploitive daytime TV shows ("Freak Strike"), celebrities gone wild (Russell Crowe fightin’ round the world), the Catholic priest sexual-abuse scandals ("Red Hot Catholic Love"), and the meat industry ("Fun With Veal"). Creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker even parody the reality of competing with The Simpsons’s longevity in "The Simpsons Already Did It," where Butters, gone out of his mind and in his Professor Chaos persona, can’t even come up with an original evil scheme to unleash on the citizens of South Park. Fortunately for fans, the quality of the writing is as strong this season as it has been at any point in the show’s run, and it’s not like the show’s going to back off from its trademark gross-out factor at this point. Proof of that can be found in "The Death Camp of Tolerance." In an extreme satire of sex education class, Mr. Slave and Lemmiwinks, the heroic and intensely unfortunate gerbil, make their, umm, debuts. In South Park, this is what qualifies as a normal school day. Taken as a whole, Season Six is one of the show's strongest punches yet to the face of a society that had it coming. --Daniel Vancini

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  • Actors: Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Isaac Hayes, Mona Marshall, April Stewart
  • Directors: Trey Parker, Eric Stough, Toni Wurts
  • Writers: Brian Graden, Daisy Gardner, Darin Moiselle, David R. Goodman, Erica Rivinoja
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Comedy Central
  • DVD Release Date: October 11, 2005
  • Run Time: 374 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,516 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "South Park: Season 6" on IMDb

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After five seasons of non-stop laughs and political incite, South Park began 2002 with a bang in its sixth season. This season was a season for experimenting with new ideas that would take the show in a whole new direction. For starters, Kenny McCormick, who had previously served as one of the main characters (the one who would die in almost every episode) was dead and burried. Replacing him for the first five episodes of this season was Leopold "Butters" Stotch. He was then fired and replaced by Tweek. Also in this season, the kids' fourth grade teacher, Ms. Choksondik, is killed and replaced by the old third grade teacher, Mr. Garrison, who instead of toting around Mr. Hat is now shoving small animals up the ass of his new teacher's assistant and boyfriend, Mr. Slave.

The following 17 episodes are included in this boxed set:

Jarred Has Aides - A great start to a great season. This episode rips on Jarred, the man who became famous for losing weight while eating at Subway. Butters quickly steps forward as one of the main characters by becoming fat, then having liposuction surgery in a plot to say that he lost weight eating at City Wok.

Asspen - Another classic episode. In this one, the boys visit Aspen, Colorado, where Stan takes on skiing to save a youth center.

Freak Strike - A fairly average episode. In this one, Butters goes on the Maury Povich show with balls on his chin, then Cartman goes on as an out-of-control child.

Fun With Veal - The boys become eco-terrorists as part of a plot to save baby calves from the veal factory, but then Stan grows sick with vaginitus.

The New Terrance and Phillip Movie Trailer - One of the funniest episodes of the season.
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The sixth season of South Park saw creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone using the animated Comedy Central cash cow to poke fun at anyone (Jared from the Subway commercials for one), everyone, and really, anything that pops into their heads. Beginning with Stan, Kyle, and Cartman deciding to make Butters their fourth friend (replacing the late Kenny, who actually stayed dead, for a while anyway), and the later after he gets fired, he becomes the villainous (or so he thinks) Professor Chaos; bent on world destruction, even though everything he thinks of has already been done on the Simpsons (the instant classic "Simpsons Already Did It"). Also during this season, the kids and their parents take a trip to Aspen, the kids have to watch Russell Crowe's reality series so they can see the trailer for the new Terrence & Philip movie, the boys visit a farm and decide to hide the baby animals, the boys meet psychic John Edwards, and a China-esque wall gets built around the town. The bawdy, irreverent lunacy of past seasons is maintained here to full effect, and this is animated cable TV comedy at its very best. The only downside of season six of South Park is that after this season, the writing took a bit of a downward slide for a bit, but make no mistake, South Park still remains the reigning king of original animated cable comedy. Definitely a must own for longtime fans of the show.
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INTRO: The 6th season of SP set a new directon for the series. For instance, they killed off Kenny for good (until Red Sleigh Down) and replaced him with Butters.

This season has some great moments. Cartman and Butters being on the Maury show, Professer Chaos, "Rob Schneider is...", and Mr. Garrison and Mr. Slave, to name a few.


1. Jared Has Aides: Jared, that annoying Subway guy, admits he had aides, people who helped him, to lose weight. Of course, people think he means AIDS. Meanwhile, the boys try to make their own Jared, by making Butters fat, do lyposuction on him, then say he lost it while eating City Wok.

2. Asspen: In this 80's-style episode, the boys head to Aspen while their parents go to a Time Share meeting. Also, Stan "Darsh" gets challanged to a ski race.

3. Freak Strike: The boys send Butters to the Maury show as a freak with balls on his chin to get a prize. After he wins a trip to the largest puttputt golf course, Cartman goes on the show as an out-of-control teen, with hilarious results. Meanwhile, the freaks are having a strike for better prizes.

4. Fun With Veal: The boys, after taking a trip to the slaughterhouse and learning that veal is a tortured baby cow, calfnap the calves and hide them in Stan's room.

5. The Terrance and Phillip Movie Trailer: The boys have to watch Russell Crowe: Fightin' 'Round the World, to see the new T&P movie trailer. Too bad they can't find a TV.

6. Professer Chaos: After firing Butters as their 4th friend, the boys start a contest for a new friend. Meanwhile, Butters' rejection reveals his evil alter ego: Professer Chaos!

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DEFINITE recommended buy, especially for the occasional South Park viewer. Normally, someone would tell you to buy Season Two for the fact that it contains 'definitive' episodes that describe the show. But, when Matt Stone and Trey Parker get good, it's usually later, as in the case of South Park: Season Six. Maybe a small sampler of early episodes on Comedy Central (runs all the time and they love to run the early ones), just to introduce yourselves to the characters, and just tell to yourself "Kenny's really dead, like, for good", and this season is awaiting.

Here's a rundown of the episodes:

Freak Strike: With Butters as the new "friend", they get him to appear on the Maury Povich show as a freak ("ball chin boy" is his nickname), but runs into trouble when the freak union goes on strike and wants him as one of its mascots. Great episode solely for Cartman dressing up and acting like a trashy 16-year old whore.

Jared Has Aides: If you remember into the past enough (South Park is extremely current, this tradition continues onto today's episodes), you'll remember a certain guy named Jared who lost 200 lbs by eating Subway. Well, he comes to South Park and the boys find out his dirty secret: he has aides. No, no, no! Not the disease, but actual aides who helped him lose weight. Feeling guilty, he shares his secret upon the world...but only verbally...and without explaination. What follows his a hysterical "Three's Company"-esque episode that Jared is totally oblivious of. It has not reran outside its premiere date (well, very rarely) on Comedy Central due to the last scene, which you'll have to see for yourself, as it's very offensive to some.
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