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Since: 12.2.02
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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.74
Did anyone else watch this one? Sadly enough, I was only able to catch the last ten minutes or so, but they were hilarious! The shot of Butters in the rain (the music especially!), and Stan learning to deal with his pain were just excellent. Now I have to catch the rerun to see what I missed at the beginning!



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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.72
Jimmy trying to relay Stan's message to Wendy and Butters' closing line to the goths had the laughter echoing off the walls. Just... legendary.



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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.79
Dear God, busting out Cinderella's "Don't Know What You Got 'Till It's Gone" and freakin' Air Supply's "All Out of Love!?"

Insanely genius.

Only South Park can rip on Goth kids, John Cusak, and Hooters in the same episode. "Hi cutey! Welcome to Raisins!"

My God.



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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.02
Best two lines...
Butters-"I'd rather be a crying (little?) pussy than a faggy goth kid"
and
Stan-"Wendy, you're a bitch, Token, right here buddy(flips Token off)"

Oh wait, more lines...
"You can't be a nonconformist if you don't drink coffee"

eh, can't remember the other one verbatim :(

(edited by ShotGunShep on 11.12.03 1008)


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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.87
    Originally posted by ShotGunShep
    Best two lines...
    Butters-"I'd rather be a crying pussy than a faggy goth kid"
    and
    Stan-"Wendy, you're a bitch, Token, right here buddy(flips Token off)"



agreed. Another great episode. Butters has had some good stuff this season. And Raisins just seemed to really disturb me. But I enjoyed it. lol.



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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.00
    Originally posted by Barbwire Mike
    Jimmy trying to relay Stan's message to Wendy and Butters' closing line to the goths had the laughter echoing off the walls. Just... legendary.


Jimmy's message may have been my favorite moment of this entire SP season. You could see the car crash coming a mile away...







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#7 Posted on
It sucks that I missed the first ten minutes of it, but what I saw was hilarious. At least they'll show it three more times this weekend...

Besides what was already mentioned, I liked the line about having to talk the same, dress the same, and listen to the same music as the nonconformists to be one. I also was amused by Butters's parents giving up on trying to talk the girl out of working at Raisins.

I like what they're doing with Butters this season, but kinda wonder why they haven't done anything with Kenny but have him stand around since they brought him back.



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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.47
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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.36
Everyone is neglecting to mention the true highlight of this episode...

THE SAY ANYTHING HOMAGE MISDIRECTION INTO SHOCK THE MONKEY WITH PUSH INS ON STAN AND WENDY

A-FUCKING-MAZING.



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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.90
I had to see the encore of this one before passing judgment, because honestly, this was a very creepy episode for me personally. I kid you not, what happened to Stan (long-time girlfriend suddenly decides to call it quits for no real reason and refuses to give any explanation) happened to me very recently. More creepy was the way Stan took the heartbreak, as it was reminiscent of myself. Hit way too close to home. And being friends with a few goth types, it gets creepier still.

Having seen the episode a second time, however, I'm ready to say that this is one of the best SP episodes I've seen in a while. Jimmy's message relay was a classic moment and Butters' moments were pure gold. The satirization of the goth kids were good for a few laughs too.

"Wendy...you're a bitch. Token? Right here, buddy."

Speaking as a jaded ex, that's my favorite SP moment of the season. But as an SP fan, my favorite SP moment remains:

"Craaaab people! Craaaab people! Tastes like crab! Walk like people! Craaaab people!"

(edited by It's False on 13.12.03 2313)



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    Originally posted by TheMASKEDComputerGeek
    Everyone is neglecting to mention the true highlight of this episode...

    THE SAY ANYTHING HOMAGE MISDIRECTION INTO SHOCK THE MONKEY WITH PUSH INS ON STAN AND WENDY

    A-FUCKING-MAZING.


I just about fell off my couch when Stan's boom box started playing "Shock the Monkey". Absolutely brilliant!!!



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#12 Posted on
I enjoyed the episode.
I think Goths and Hooters(Raisins) were some deserving targets.

I still don't GET the idea of Hooters. The girls dress too slutty for it to be a real family restaurant, but it's too tame to be considered adult entertainment/strip club. What the hell is it? We don't have any in Maine, but I've been to some in my travels.
I'm ashamed to admit that like Butters, me and some friends got caught up in the "Dude, I think she really likes you" thing.
"Did you see how she sat down with us?"
I'm also ashamed to admit that I took my wife to Hooters (hey, we were curious)

I wonder what they're gonna do with the whole Saddam capture.
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#13 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.65
    Originally posted by dwaters
    I still don't GET the idea of Hooters. The girls dress too slutty for it to be a real family restaurant, but it's too tame to be considered adult entertainment/strip club. What the hell is it?


Hooters seems to exist solely so that guys can have a place that's as sleazy as possible to watch sports on big tvs in and still feel like they're not being sleazy because they're not at a strip joint.

It certainly can't be because of the food or the decor. Food-wise, their wings are the best thing they offer, and they're average at best. Decor-wise... well, the entire place seems to be decorated in the "unfinished 2X4 nailed together" style, which always brings to mind the deck that your buddy (who isn't really all that good with his hands) insisted on making all by himself - it keeps your ass off the ground, but you feel kinda stupid sitting on it.



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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.97
    Originally posted by dwaters
    I enjoyed the episode.
    I think Goths and Hooters(Raisins) were some deserving targets.

    I still don't GET the idea of Hooters. The girls dress too slutty for it to be a real family restaurant, but it's too tame to be considered adult entertainment/strip club. What the hell is it? We don't have any in Maine, but I've been to some in my travels.
    I'm ashamed to admit that like Butters, me and some friends got caught up in the "Dude, I think she really likes you" thing.
    "Did you see how she sat down with us?"
    I'm also ashamed to admit that I took my wife to Hooters (hey, we were curious)

    I wonder what they're gonna do with the whole Saddam capture.


They can't do too much because, in South Park continuity (unless I missed something this season, since I never remember to watch it anymore) - Saddam's been dead for a long time. (He was killed by wild boars, and the world's still pretty much glad to be rid of him.) He used to be in Hell where he had an abusive on-again, off-again homosexual relationship with Satan - but eventually Satan kicked him to the curb and figured, since Hussein was suck an evil fuck, he'd be more miserable in Heaven, so he sent him there.

Then, last season, George W. Bush became convinced Saddam was building weapons of mass destruction in Heaven...





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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.68
    Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastard
      Originally posted by dwaters
      I enjoyed the episode.
      I think Goths and Hooters(Raisins) were some deserving targets.

      I still don't GET the idea of Hooters. The girls dress too slutty for it to be a real family restaurant, but it's too tame to be considered adult entertainment/strip club. What the hell is it? We don't have any in Maine, but I've been to some in my travels.
      I'm ashamed to admit that like Butters, me and some friends got caught up in the "Dude, I think she really likes you" thing.
      "Did you see how she sat down with us?"
      I'm also ashamed to admit that I took my wife to Hooters (hey, we were curious)

      I wonder what they're gonna do with the whole Saddam capture.


    They can't do too much because, in South Park continuity (unless I missed something this season, since I never remember to watch it anymore) - Saddam's been dead for a long time. (He was killed by wild boars, and the world's still pretty much glad to be rid of him.) He used to be in Hell where he had an abusive on-again, off-again homosexual relationship with Satan - but eventually Satan kicked him to the curb and figured, since Hussein was suck an evil fuck, he'd be more miserable in Heaven, so he sent him there.

    Then, last season, George W. Bush became convinced Saddam was building weapons of mass destruction in Heaven...


Also, if I'm to remember correctly, it turned out at the end of the episode, Saddam WAS building weapons of mass destruction in heaven.

(edited by The Vile1 on 15.12.03 2126)



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