Wednesday, March 4, 2015

South Park Season 3

17 Episodes
Aired: 1999 Comedy Central

Every week is all about South Park?! Just a heads-up, I have also started watching the historical CW drama, "Reign." Season One, for a start. It feels oddly like Gossip Girl, but it is so much more compelling. Stay tuned for that post~~

Mr. Hankey hosts a Christmas Special. Starvin' Marvin returns in an episode. Chef's getting MARRIED?

Surprise, surprise !

Besides being a pretty DAMN GREAT season, there are so many lessons. And things to learn. For example, did you know that McDaniel College in Maryland has a class that focuses on the social situations presented in South Park? (Taught by a man named Joshua, I researched) . Well, I'm surprised that I love this show so much that I conducted outside research on a show for the first time. I didn't dare discover the reason of how Rachel, Monica, Ross, Chandler, Phoebe, and Joey seemed to have reserved seats in Central Perk!

This time in the dysfunctional town of South Park, Colorado, everyone has their own special ability or tolerance. For example, Cartman and the Jakovosaurs (Episode 4) have taught me that you shouldn't judge a person or even bother to mark someone as "annoying." Heck, now all my judgments of many people seem pretty pointless. "She's so tall she's gonna trip over little kids!" "I bet he doesn't even /have/ friends!"

South Park shows off its profitable progress as there are several guest stars like Jennifer Aniston and the band, KORN, who mocked the art and detective styles of Scooby, Daphne, Fred, Velma, and Shaggy. 
In the episode, "Chinpokomon," a blond Ash and many cartoon poke-monsters are seen in the Japanese brainwashing TV ad. Americans speak Japanese phrases! Cute~~*~*

You better be hit by the life morals. 
The kiddies don't seem to curse so much, so that's good, right? 

Grade:: 8.6/10 
Fantastic , baby ++