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Monday, February 16, 2009

Pandemic Season 12 Episode 10

Discovering all the Peruvian pan flute bands that have turned common lately, and the money they can make day by day by marketing CDs, Stan converts the other boys to begin their own pan flute band. They win over their classmate Craig to gift his $100.00 USD birthday money as risk capital. The plan boomerangs when the head of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security collapses down on all Peruvian flute bands, rounding them up and putting them behind bars in Miami, with the boys caught in the action. The boys undertake to win over their capturers that they are American nationals, but the DHS only accords to free the boys if they concur to go on a mission to bring down the country of Peru, in order that the pandemic of Peruvian flute bands at its origin. As the boys brace oneself for their suicide mission, Peruvian players still worked in the camp discourage guards that their incarceration will let loose the "Furry Death".

Meanwhile, Stan's father, Randy Marsh, raises the ire of his family by videotaping most any mundane household activity in on his new camcorder. His camera documents the rampage of giant (live action) guinea pigs with town. At the episode's conclusion, it is revealed that the head of Homeland Security is a little kind of monster behind the sudden arrival of guinea pigs running loose through the country, and such a the motive he sent the boys to Peru is because the only old customer who would thwart it is Craig.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Pandemic 2 The Startling Sason 12 Episode 11

Pandemic 2 The Startling Sason 12 Episode 11 originally aired on October 29, 2008.
The installment opens up with a soliloquy by Craig, explicating what had occurred in the former episode. Craig ends his soliloquy when he is presented writing in a notebook after putting down in a imagined rendezvous point with two pilots, and the other four boys.Watch South Park episodes onlinehere.
The silver screen then stages to Colorado with Randy, Sharon and Shelly hiding out from the guinea pigs in their home, with Randy still taping the outcomes.
Guinea pigs are depicted to be lashing out all over the world. A guinea pig then smashes through the wall, and the Marsh family look for sanctuary in a whittled down bus.

In the meantime the pilot and co-pilot along with the five boys, puzzling out their "meet at Peru" design does not make any good sense, determine to walk through the jungle because their plane has run out of fuel. They soon come upon a monster area, occupied with jumbo fruit and honeycombs. The two pilots are wiped out by Baby Guinea pig bee larva; the boys then cut and run.

The guinea pig giants and shaky camera style of cinematography are a reference to the 2008 American monster movie Cloverfield

When Craig is dressed for his destiny, his outfit is similar to Link and what he stands on when fulfiling his destiny is a similar to the Master Sword based on data from The Legend of Zelda

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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Is Cartman a racist? Watch episodes of South Park Here!

Is Cartman a racist? Watch episodes of South Park Here!
I dunno if anybody has noticed but Cartman's character looks as if he has becaome a greater racist character in the past couple of seasons compared to the first part of seasons 1 and 2 of the show. Yes we all understand he has been an anti-Semitic but he wasn't continually racist.

Let's examine his relationship with Token for example.

In the season 4 episode "Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000" it looks like it's the current Cartman had no issue with Token being black.Cartman simply hurt Token due to the fact that he was making fun of him for being a big fatass.

In the season 5 episode "Here Comes the Neighborhood" Cartman ridicules Token for being rich but not black.

In the season seven episode "Christian Rock Hard" Cartman starts profiling Token as arguing black customers can play bass and in the end of the episode calls Token a "black a**hole". However Cartman has carried on to call everybody regardless of race (mostly Butters) a "black a**hole" whenever Cartman is ticked off at them in regards to something. So who knows?

But in the preceding season (11) we remarkably get to see Cartman at his numerous racist. He gets excited through a "Race War" between Stand and Token (see episode "With Apologies to Jesse Jackson") and gets estatic when he thinks the grey race wins.

Also in the season, Cartman immediatly suspects a Muslim boy of being involved in terrorists acts that instigates to one crazy episode labeled "The Snuke". Cartman instigates the height but the present if he had not become racially stereotypical afterward the plot to suck of the snuke inside of Hilary Clinton wouldve never continued uncovered.

I dunno with you but I liked Cartman best in the the beginning of decades when he was naive in regards to racism and recently attacked the Jews (mostly on the consideration of Kyle being jewish). These days the writers give the impression that Cartman goes after any race and leads his character to be less natural in this way.

He's become a good deal more twisted downright evil now. The old Cartman was better. Like incidents want Cartman's Silly hte Crime argued how he depleted to be contrasted to the likes of the Snuke and the China Probrem.

No I do not engage it character development. They easily required to Cartman to a particularly for the duration of the top and are repulsed by filled character so he did not trouble to become.
Matt and Trey stated in a commentary of the episode scott tenorman have to die. Season 5 too when cartman Killed Scott tenermans parents and fed them too him, He assembled the leap based on information from just now a bad kid to one of the multiple evil kids in the world.

So it sort of appears the current properties earned the decision to cause him a larger amount of racist devious and hate-filled as of season 5. So I DO clamor it character developement. Watch episodes of South Park Here!