South Park: Season 9
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After nine seasons its also nice to see that one of the series key running gags, the perpetual cluelessness of the adults, still isnt getting old. It's as if the adult townspeople only know how to behave based on movies theyve seen (this seasons 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 shows 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 its totally fitting. --Daniel Vancini
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- All 14 episodes of the 2005 season on 3 discs
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"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.Read more ›
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!
Die Hillie Die is a great episode. We find out Cartman has been keeping the town clean from hippies since he was five.
In Little League we see the return of Kyle's cousin Kyle.
The Death Of Eric Cartman is a good one. Cartman thinks he died.
Those are just a few of the highlights of season 9. If you don't have this season you need it for your South Park collection. This is also the last season with Issac Hayes.
Season 9 was great, you have Wing, The Death of Eric Cartman, and one of my all time favorites Trapped in a Closet.
South Park isn't for everyone, and they frequently go a step or three too far, but over if you are not easily offended, I recommend you pick it up. At the prices in the "From Other Sellers" section you can't go wrong.
Creators names are hidden for a reason and they was chased for that brave exposure!
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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Bought this for my son as a gift - upon his request. He truly enjoys watching it!Published 1 month ago by L. Leu