Tuesday, February 24, 2015

South Park Season One

Immature Comedy with the Occasional Gore

13 Episodes (CAUTION:: cliffhanger finale) 
22 mins each

In South Park, Colorado, there exists a group of the little bastards of third grade. Well, the show is supposed to display characteristics of this common personality of adults in the third grade.

Were YOU a little bastard?

I don't know what it is, but South Park really puts adult immaturity in little elementary kids! Maybe for once, BuzzFeed was right .

The show has chronological gaps, life lessons, and an innocent cast.
The humor is MILD, but the storylines of each episode is so well-thought that you'll find yourself wanting their amazing days of life.

The show is reputable and has influenced today's culture. In America...
They threw in a couple German and religious jokes in. And the Holocaust? Whoa, nelly. This is just the first season and the creators are really putting some early effort.

There's not much that needs to be raved on. Except for the Paper Art style. Have you ever made little paper puppets or did a paper animation ?

Well, that was the main way of flowing all the actions. You'll see the movements gradually become more graceful after half the season.

Start at Episode Four. 
It was the first episode that I really liked. The Pilot (Cartman Gets an Anal Probe or something) threw me off the bridge of acceptance and I felt quite uncomfortable. Not with the content or the word, "dildo" being said several times. No, it was the script and the randomness. That hit me pretty bad. 
Another Note, there are a couple overweight/obese characters, so that might be a turn-off for laughing. I am not very open-minded to anybody with flab sticking out father that two centimetres. I am a judgmental person and I still don't know what to consider overweight or obese 

Overall, very enjoyable series. There's a Theme Song, so sing!! 

Every second- you'll love it ;)

Grade:: 7.8-8.3/10