Originally posted by cranlsnGiven the recent thread in video games about Guitar Hero I got a few chuckles out of this, but it didn't seem to be up to par with the three-parter.
Once again, Randy Marsh was the highlight of the episode for me.
Well of COURSE it wasn't up to par with Imaginationland! If they could have pulled off that kind of greatness for the fourth episode in a row, we might as well crown this season as the best of all time. Nonetheless, I enjoyed it. I'm glad I watch South Park again.
It seems Imaginationland's ratings we so high, they're going to release the trilogy on DVD, extended and uncensored.
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I work with several QA testers from the new Guitar Hero and they all got a kick out of it. We're all joking that there needs to be a special copy with the "YOU...ARE...FAGS" message.
"Make Love, Not Warcraft" had the benefit of being the first of a fresh batch of episodes. "Guitar Queer-O" had the unfortunate task of coming immediately after the best three episodes of the series. It didn't stand a chance.
Although Randy Marsh continues to rule the universe.
"Wocka Wocka...who wants to hear a funny-ass joke?"
I don't really consider the movie a comedy, but more of a dark character study. And a very good one at that. Almost a "Bad Santa" for women. Plus it introduced me to the term "Kentacohut", which I had previously not heard before.