This week, South Park tackled a real hot-button issue: home security systems! Those are still a thing apparently, and " Insecurity " at least took them on with humor – and Batman references. So, it all started out as a goofy sitcom misunderstanding: Ike more
It was bound to happen. On " Raising the Bar ," South Park tackled the latest reality TV abomination thrust upon the nation: Here Comes Honey Boo Boo . And, lo, was it great. Starting with Cartman accepting that he is, indeed, fat was excellent. Maybe more
It’s time for the kickoff of the fall portion of South Park season 16, and because I am a clever writer, that’s a pun meaning that " Sarcastaball " is a football satire.
The whole affair was on-target with its lampooning of football, while also stayin more
South Park wrapped up the first half of its 16th season with Eric Cartman playing an unlikely role, matchmaker, in " Cartman Finds Love ."
Yes, there's a new girl at South Park Elementary named Nicole and Cartman decides that he wants to get her togeth more
South Park is at its strongest when it finds a bit and it commits to it. That's what made last week's episode so great, and the same can be said here.
On " I Should Have Never Gone Ziplining " the writers spoofed "I shouldn't have..." reality shows. St more
This week's episode of South Park , " Butterballs ," was absolutely brilliant. It featured that perfect mixture of elements that make for a fantastic half hour: pointed social commentary, along with plenty of ludicrous over-the-top moments.
This instal more
Cartman, converting to Judaism? Now we have seen it all on South Park .
" Jewpacabra " starts with Kyle discovering Cartman talking to his mom about Judaism. Cartman is a noted anti-Semite, so this is a rather shocking admission. Of course, he's only c more
Hey guys, Max is off in exotic Canada right now to visit the set of a movie for IGN (no, not Terrance and Phillip), so I'm filling in for this week's South Park review. The first clip released from " Faith Hilling " earlier this week focused on the ope more