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Which Animated Shows Should I Try? Your Pressing TV Questions, Answered

Welcome back to Stay Tuned, Vulture's TV advice column. Each Wednesday, Margaret Lyons answers your questions about your various TV triumphs and woes. Need help? Have a theory? Want a recommendation? Submit a question! You can email staytuned@nymag.com or tweet @margeincharge with the hashtag #staytuned . Am I missing out by not watching animated shows? I know they can't be lumped together just because they're animated, but I've never been into animation on the whole and worry I'm unfairly discounting some good stuff. I've never tried Archer, Rick & Morty , and other shows people rave about. Recently I watched BoJack Horseman , though, and loved it the character development is so well done, and the women on the show had their own interesting story arcs. I've never been into the "everything stays the same" mode a lot of animated shows use. Is BoJack just super great? What else am I missing? Monika BoJack is super great, so it's not totally fair to measure other shows by its standards, but in general: Yeah, you're missing out by not watching animated shows. Archer doesn't have the depth and pathos of BoJack , but it is hilarious and it has season-long arcs where things do substantively change episode to episode. Rick & Morty is more episodic, but it does have real emotional range. If you like mythology series, give Avatar: The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra a go. (Start with Avatar .) Read More...

8 Ways 'South Park' Predicted 2015

Far too many major news stories this year reminded us of previous seasons of "South Park." Was 2015 actually just a rip off of old episodes of the raunchy comedy? We've compiled a few examples. A warning, these are R-rated jokes, because it is "South Park," after all.   http://feeds.huffingtonpost.com/c/35496/f/677094/s/4c82af02/sc/21/l/0L0Shuffingtonpost0N0C20A150C120C180Csouth0Epark0Epredicted0E20A150In0I88849220Bhtml0Dutm0Ihp0Iref0Ftv0Gir0FTV/story01.htm

South Park Takes On Gun Control in Season 19 Finale (Video)

It looks like everyone in South Park will be armed this Wednesday during the Season 19 finale. A preview clip released Monday hints that the episode will skewer the gun control debate that has been raging in America for years, spiking last week after the San Bernardino shooting. According to a press release from Comedy Central, the citizens of the fictional cartoon town feel safer when armed, but the clip shows Cartman doesnt hesitate to point a pistol at his own mother to get what he wants. Meanwhile, the gentrification of South Park is pricing Randy right out of town, and Kyles distrust of Stan has broken their friendship, throwing Kyle into a dangerous allegiance.   Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/south-park-takes-on-gun-control-in-season-19-finale-video/

South Park's Season Finale Will Involve Gun Control Because the Townspeople Feel Safer When Armed

  As you can see above, South Park 's 19th season, aka longest joke yet with all its gentrifying , p.c. obsessing , and advertising has begun to put everybody on edge. The eerie mayhem comes to a head this week, however, with a timely season finale that promises to tackle gun control. "The citizens of South Park feel safer when armed," the show teased in a release ,adding that P.C. Principal returns with a vengeance. "The gentrification of South Park is pricing Randy right out of town. Meanwhile, Kyles distrust of Stan has broken their friendship and thrown Kyle into a dangerous alliance." You'll be able to watch the whole episode Wednesday night on Comedy Central at 10 p.m., or via Hulu the next day. Get ready.   Read More...   http://www.vulture.com/2015/12/south-park-season-finale.html

'South Park' Takes on Gun Control in Season Finale

"The citizens of South Park feel safer when armed." It has been a wild 19th season for the Comedy Central staple South Park , and this week's finale appears to be ending with a bang — literally. In the short Monday preview for Wednesday's episode, "PC Principal Final Justice," Cartman and his mom pull guns on each other when Eric refuses to go to bed — clearly a response by show creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker to the raging debate about Second Amendment rights. "The citizens of South Park feel safer when armed," according to the Comedy Central preview for the episode.  http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/XjjRQ494vfY/story01.htm

'South Park' to show life without 'racist, trigger-happy' cops

South Park is taking on police violence.The shows recent mocking of political correctness will continue this week by showing what happens when the Colorado mountain town decides they no longer need the police. In the episode airing Wednesday, the ever-more PC citizens of South Park...   Read More... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/EVYUCP1vaK4/south-park-police

How Gay-Themed South Park Fan Art Wound Up on the Show

  Imagine devoting time to drawing loving depictions of a romantic relationship between two minor and ostensibly straight male South Park characters. Now imagine seeing your art suddenly appear on the show itself.   Last week's episode of South Park featured a great deal of fan art, as two of the show's characters, Tweek and Craig, discover that they are the subjects of Yaoi fan art drawn by their new Japanese classmates. (Yaoi is, of course, a popular genre of anime and manga focusing on two young men in an intense romantic, often sexual, relationship.) Tweek and Craig insist they are straight, but the entire town comes out in support of their Boys Love .   Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2015/10/south-park-yaoi-gay-fan-art.html

'South Park' wants your Craig/Tweek slash fan art for this week's episode

South Park fans and part-time fan artists and slash shippers, take note: the shows creators need your help. Posted to the official South Park Comedy Central blog, a call has been made for viewers to submit their best fan art of Tweek and Craig that specifically fits the slash...   Read More... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/eWIhJjzh8VY/south-park-slash-fan-art-craig-tweek

'South Park' to Tackle Elementary-Age Gay Crushes

"Cartman, who struggles to understand his friends relationship, finds he has an admirer of his own."   Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/PIsNYHeDSmU/story01.htm

Everybody in South Park Thinks They're a Yelp Food Critic

  For a town that has been incredibly self-aware this season, this was inevitable. Thanks to South Park's trendy p.c. and highbrow transformation , the locals morphed into snobs snobs in the form of ever-threatening Yelp reviewers:   Of course, the most threatening, "authoritah"-demanding force around was Cartman, the casually racist reviewer who abused his stomach and powers to make "real food critics [him] respected again." In other words, he made the lives of restaurateurs pure hell:  Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2015/10/south-park-yelp.html
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