Yes, this past week's was great even though it was supposed to be the return of Lemmiwinks. But they aired this before the episode:
"Due to this week's tragic events in Hawaii the "Lemmiwinks" episode of South Park will not be shown tonight. Instead, we present the all new and slightly better episode, AWESOME-O."
And this was posted on the South Park website:
"Tragedy in Hawaii
Everyone can calm down! There has been no horrible tragedy in Hawaii! Alright everyone, deep cleansing breaths... say it with me... "there is no horrible tragedy in Hawaii." I suggest you look to the Jedi Code for guidance:
There is no emotion; there is peace. There is no ignorance; there is knowledge. There is no passion; there is serenity. There is no death; there is the Force.
Sorry, I've been playing Knights of the Old Republic for the XBOX, and I think I'm some kind of Jedi!"
"Donde esta el Lemmiwinks?
Production for the Lemmiwinks episode has been pushed back, there is no sure news on when or if it will air this run. We'll keep you posted."
So my question is, was their something so wrong with the "Lemmiwinks" episode that it cannot air?
(edited by XPacArmy on 16.4.04 2014) 4-4, #2 in American League East
I was wondering about that whole "tragedy in Hawaii" bit, but I had a feeling it was made up. Regardless, this week's episode was awesome! I get the feeling they had to completely humiliate Cartman as comeuppance for playing Hitler the week before. I know he tends not to come out ahead in the end, but has he ever been burned for the WHOLE episode before?
That'll suck if the Lemmiwinks episode never makes it to air, but Jacko should be good in the meanwhile...
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Originally posted by The ThrillWas this supposed to be a new Lemmiwinks episode? Or were they gonna re-run the old hamster-goes-through-Mr.-Slave's-intestines-and-ass episode?
If you check my reply above, for some reason the new Lemmiwinks episode has been delayed. No real reson was given. But it was supposed to be a all new one not the rerun of "hamster-goes-through-Mr.-Slave's-intestines-and-ass" episode.
To borrow from the Television Without Pity boards, on a translation of the statement about Elisabeth Rohm's hiring: "Lis gives GREAT head." Unless you've got a better idea about how she got the role...