Holy crap was this an accurate portrayal of the Super sweet 16 show on MTV. The whole Biggy Smalls subplot was solid as was the 3 murderers. Satan as the spoiled brat was pretty damn funny, but the moment of th enight was Satan's number 1 minion dressed as Captain America.
Lisa: Poor predicatble Bart, always picks rock Bart: Good ole rock, nothing beats that
Originally posted by WpobButters did it for me too. It was actually good to have an episode that did not focus on the main 4. I liked this episode, but not as much as the other ones so far.
I didn't even see Kenny anywhere.
This might be a nitpick, but this is the the 11th episode of the 10th season. It is the 4th episode of the 2nd half of the season though.
"I enjoy cocaine because it's a fun thing to do. I enjoy the company of prostitutes because it's a fun thing to do. If you combine the two together, it's probably even more fun." -- Representative Robert Wexler (D - FL)
It took me a while to pick up on the fact that they were parodying the MTV Super Sweet 16 shows. I agree with IGN's assessment that for as good as this episode was, this was just BEGGING for a Saddam cameo!
I might be in the minority in liking the Biggie Smalls sideplot, but at least we're all in agreement that Butters stole the show.
TEN YEARS AGO IN WRESTLING HISTORY: OCTOBER 1996 WWF: Mankind d. Undertaker in the first ever Buried Alive match at...WWF Buried Alive. Also, Steve Austin continued his efforts to bring Bret Hart back to the ring by turning on Brian Pillman, shattering his ankle in what to this day is known as "Pillmanizing".
WCW: Hulk Hogan d. Randy Savage in a main event no one cared about, but Roddy Piper came out immediately after to end Halloween Havoc with a bang. The Outsiders won their first WCW Tag Team titles by beating Harlem Heat.
I really don't get the logic with this episode. you would think by now people would know people would know when Clark isn't Clark. The Ultraman plot seemed to take a back seat as to weather or not to sell the farm.