Discussion in 'The toonzone - General Animation Discussion' started by Spongebrain2.0, Nov 10, 2004.
Allllllllllright, finally an SP episode NOT about a current event, Me SO Happy!
Here's the trailer for the episode...
Lame trailer, but I have high hopes for the episode.
PS: Sorry if the trailer doesn't work it's from another site.
whaa, i just got up from my nap.
Pre-School: Episode 810
For five long years, Stan, Kyle, Kenny, Cartman and Butters have kept a secret about an illegal incident that happened back in pre-school. Now, the kid who took the fall for the group, Trent Boyett, is getting out of “juvie” and his first order of business is revenge.
ok. discuss this when it's over. though i have my doubts that this will be more than a one-view episode, that i'll probably skip over for all its future airings.. if the 5 main boys get 'punishment'.
Heh, preschool Cartman and preschool Kyle fighting.
This will NOT end well.
Butters gets picked off first :sweat:
Well gee, getting stuck in the middle of the road like that. Cliche as they come.
OK, I know they're trying to imply the 6th graders are stupid, but how could they NOT tell those were fake? Are they THAT desperate? Geez, just go on the damn internet :shrug:
Heh, typical South Park-esque ending. Deus Ex Machina at work, followed by the dumbass 6th graders again.
I don't think I laughed once throughout this entire episode, and I'm probably one of the most easily amused people on ToonZone.
i admit i typed this whole thing out. there you feel better...
oooohhh my goodness, they had something in common!?! and not just friendship??!
aww they're cute. awww, cartman is baby cute. nice hammer.. yay.
ooh my , who started fire and put it out!??! burnn!!
aahh! nice trek homage there. that's one mean kid there getting out of the school, and butters has all the right to hide. where's professor chaos when he needs himself!??!
i know they kinda didn't do that 5 years ago.. they did something more depressing!?!?
aww, they almost killed butters, the baster!!!
there's the punks from the lotr episode. boy, are they circling, perverted, pretending they have motors on their cycles. and my goodness.. cartman really should have bribed those kids with jet black mounting you, not 'uh', lesser soda.
ohhh my , her chair ran out of power. i'm surprised she wasn't spluttered....
wow, they're going to give those kids the rear instead of the uh, chest.
uhh.. you think they might not grow up more than they have?!?!
ooops, they all got almost killed, the basters.
tutuuuuurrrrr... aahh. wow, that poor woman suffered some more at those kid's hands, huh!?! wierd.
well, i guess they got another 5 years to live, huh? ...
7 to 10. with some chance of parole and lots of uhh.. texas whatever.
if i had a hammer.. well, maybe i do,
p.s. and don't think i didn't notice the futurama reference of their own star trek parody when the lady was thought to have said 'double yes' at the end...
i really just don't like this series anymore...these episodes just seem kinda lame, with my only laughs coming from the "mother's breasts" and the 6th graders. Other than that, kinda lame. =/
Drawn Together is actually funnier than South Park this week. According to the opinion of many here, that's kind of sad.
Parker and Stone couldn't keep it up forever, this episode sucked.
A few chuckes at the hospital parody, but that's about it.
Trey & Matt said that If the rest of this season isn't up to par with the past seasons, not to freak out because they are exhausted from working on "Team America", so cut them some slack. This episode was pretty funny actually, funnier than what people here are saying!
It was alright, I thought the way they got the photograph was pretty funny.
Well, I kinda had high hopes for this chapter of the ongoing "South Park" saga. The whole idea of the characters dealing with such a harsh item from the past was such a great concept. I'm really a sucker for these kinds of stories where you see the boys at different ages. But there was too many scenes of the teacher who was affected by the boys and their refusal to accept responsibility for their actions. I think we could have done without the gags with her in her wheelchair encountering the townsfolk. And I think the ending could have been better. It just recycled the joke from earlier in the episode, while it might have been potentially funnier if they used an old standard, maybe with the boys five more years later (it would have been fun to see them as teenagers). Other than that, I guess this show was okay, and it fufilled some of my expectations.
Really not anything great, only a few laughs, but I enjoyed that this episode followed an actual storyline in a time when SP is usually "SOCIAL COMMENTARY!!1" (not that the social commentary is bad, just nice to see an actual storyline).
But yeah, still not feeling it.
This recent batch of South Park is like The Simpsons: Better than almost everything else on TV, but a hollow shell of its former self.I'll wait till next season, though.
I hated the ending. The guys were going to tell the turth but once the police came they pinned it on Trent! Even teacher said no but the police was obviously stupid....
What do you expect from a force whose main officer, Barbrady, is an idiot (BTW, where was Barbrady during the two incidents where the teacher was set on fire).
As for the episode itself, while the ending (with the teacher getting set on fire again) could have been better, the episode was still a hoot thanks to the flashback of the boys as pre-schoolers and the bit where the 6th-graders mistake Cartman's butt for a pair of boobs.
Not superb, but I thought it was the best of the new season so far. Got a kick out of the cute yet evil pre-school boys, and the ending with the teacher was all kinds of wrong but hilarious anyway.
Did preschool Butters remind anyone else about the baby girl rabbit from Disney's Robin Hood?
Heh, they took the "beep beep" = "yes yes" from Futurama's Zap Brannigan ("double yes"). :sweat:
Best episode of the season so far.
Those lil' South Parkers were cute although I admit it WAS disquieting hearing Cartman's racist bigotry come out of the mouth of an actual little kid.
Man, sixth graders are stupid. I loved how they took Cartman and his ass-boobs behind the bushes. It was pretty funny when Stan and Kyle worried that THEY were going to become that lame.
Trent getting all his possessions back from juvie was a riot particularly the revenge switchblade and the vengeance tatooes he was sporting.
A Star Trek: The Menagerie parody! Sweet! Oh, no wait it's a Futurama parody. Or homage. Or rip-off. Whatever. The Simpsons has "borrowed" so many jokes from South Park that it's only fair to return the favor to Matt Groening.
Best part of the episode was easily Kenny volunteering to take a picture of Stan's mom naked. Funny Stuff. Score: ****.
I thought of that Futurama scene too, but I doubt South Park took the idea from there. Most normal people don't remember every scene from cartoons like we might. Just a coincidence, nothing to see here folks, move along.
As for this episode, I found myself enjoying it. My standards have probably been lowered with last season and the last two episodes, because there wasn't all that much too be seen here. A few decent scenes between a lot of dead air doesn't make a good episode, yet I was still pretty satisfied when it was all said and done. I also think the point Landstander makes about having a straight story without a speak-into-the-camera-moral at the end is a very nice and welcome change of pace.
If the rest of the season is like this, I won't be thrilled, but I'll be watching.:shrug:
Well, to be fair, Wiggum ain't a genius ether, (See him pining Bob for Cecil's dirty work in that dam episode)
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