Cartman's burgers was really nasty, but knowing his diet and everything he eats, if you were to be able to make a dutch Oven with that smell, it would probably make you wanna throw up.
When DID they replace Obama with a duck? I thought their Obama was a part of a group of thieves, was that changed as well?
Poor Stan. I myself have been forced to drink to enjoy things my friends like... well, maybe not 'enjoy', more like tolerate. Nothing was really settled by this either, so this plot will probably continue through the rest of the season.
Over all, I didn't know whether to laugh or cry at this episode cause while it was funny, it was still depressing because of the situation with Stan. It was all done in a good way, however, because it makes me want more. Parker and Stone seem to be taking the show into some uncharted territory with the story they are telling here. It feels weird to be taking stuff you see on South Park seriously, but again, it's weird in a good way.
I really wasn't sure how they were going to follow up that last episode, with everything looking so dire and serious. Imagine my disappointment when they went with a Matrix parody in 2011. It was funny and all, but...really? They're coming off their heaviest episode ever and they follow it with...a Matrix parody? I was really disappointed.
And then came the last five minutes. It's...I don't know what it was. Maybe it's because I'm an incredibly cynical bastard myself, but I just feel really bad for Stan.
I'd like to see Parker and Stone re-visit this storyline down the road. That ending didn't feel like much of an ending.
The opening to this episode was Sue Sylvester venturing into cartoonish villainy (as opposed to cartoonish supervillainy, of course). Total awesome and I loved every bit of Principal Sue Sylvester, especially her war on junk food.