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This has to be about the most atrocious thing I’ve ever made

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PIP: longtime no see, Pen! nice house… real suburban just like you wanted, huh? anyway! Jacques’ kid, Max? tearing my family apart, Pen. heard he’s the reason why the toilets never work at the pool too. ALSO! he’s been picking on my poor baby, Pickle! what are you doing about this?!

PEN: ah… look, Pip… that kid has always been nothing but trouble, why do you think he would listen to his step-mum of all people? maybe we should-

PICKLE: -HEY, MAX! I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY TO YOU!

PEN: …let them resolve this themselves? 

John wanting to fuck Sherlock’s sister, like…this man has officially tried to fuck every Sherlock substitute ever created, just…when he finally gets the real thing it’s going to be the greatest moment of all time ever AND it will be hilarious

Like I feel like one of the last scenes should have another Mycroft in a fat suit with him going “oh god, real sugar instead of substitutes, worth it” in a Cartman voice and John just going “same”

Okay but if I ever did a remake of Yugioh it wouldn’t follow ANY of the material TOO closely and it would definitely include:

Taking from all the sources I felt like because KT has made it pretty clear in the past that he doesn’t give a shit so long as we’re doing our best to have fun and be kind to each other so why should I care about authorial intent

The female characters all getting not only more agency and screentime but being allowed to do shit like wear their uniform jackets open for friggin Hathor’s sake

Tristan’s nephew Johji voiced like Cartman from South Park

Ryou not getting.  Hecking ignored half the series.  Like wtf

for the record I do not care if anyone disagrees with my directorial decisions, this is MY fantasy anime remake

EDIT: ALSO HANASAKIIII I’M SORRY I FORGOT YOU 

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Donald Trump with Eric Cartman’s voice

Video made by Bad Panda

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Trey Parker Will Voice the Villain in Despicable Me 3

Via Entertainment Weekly:

Balthazar Bratt is a former child star, “driven to supervillainy as a result of the abrupt cancelation of his TV series when he hit puberty,” explained Illumination CEO Chris Meledandri. Now he seeks revenge against all who mocked him via world domination. Bratt wears a purple-ish outfit with shoulder pads and umbrella pants, reflecting that he is “a character clearly stuck in the ’80s.” Voicing Balthazar Bratt is Trey Parker, the South Park co-creator and voice of Cartman.

Although Parker has been voicing popular characters for going on 20 years now, his role in Despicable Me 3 is something of a coup for Illumination. Said Meledandri, “This is the very first time he had ever been directed by anyone else but himself.”

Basically, even if a situation has nothing to do with Kyle, Cartman will find a way to make it about him:

“Yeah, isn’t this fun? Just you and me, hanging out, Stan. No stupid Kyle around.” - Two Days Before The Day After Tomorrow

“Stan, I just want you to know that I still hate Kyle more than you.” - Trapped In The Closet

It might sound like Cartman’s just taking an opportunity to express hatred for Kyle or take a jab at him, but this is actually saying a lot. Cartman is basically voicing his disinterest in Stan while reaffirming his interest in Kyle.

Cartman may claim to hate Kyle more than Stan, but that’s because he feels more passionately about Kyle than anyone.

“A new study reveals that the brain’s ‘love’ and ‘hate’ circuits share identical structures.”

“Hate is often considered to be an evil passion that should, in a better world, be tamed, controlled, and eradicated. Yet to the biologist, hate is a passion that is of equal interest to love. Like love, it is often seemingly irrational and can lead individuals to heroic and evil deeds. How can two opposite sentiments lead to the same behavior?” - Professor Semir Zeki

“Stan, I just want you to know that I still hate Kyle more than you.” - Cartman (Trapped In The Closet)

It might sound like Cartman’s just taking an opportunity to express hatred for Kyle or take a jab at him, but this is actually saying a lot. Cartman is basically voicing his disinterest in Stan while reaffirming his (albeit negative) interest in Kyle.

Cartman may still hate Kyle more than Stan, but that’s because he feels more passionately about Kyle than anyone.

“A new study reveals that the brain’s ‘love’ and ‘hate’ circuits share identical structures.”

“Hate is often considered to be an evil passion that should, in a better world, be tamed, controlled, and eradicated. Yet to the biologist, hate is a passion that is of equal interest to love. Like love, it is often seemingly irrational and can lead individuals to heroic and evil deeds. How can two opposite sentiments lead to the same behavior?” -  Professor Semir Zeki

Despite their rivalry and constant claims of hatred, Cartman has saved Kyle on more than one occasion; and vice versa.
Intriguingly, Cartman saved Kyle in “Smug Alert” because he didn’t want to lose his rival (counterpart). That alone says a lot about how much his relationship with Kyle means to him.
And he saved Kyle in Imaginationland pt. II partly because he wanted Kyle to suck his balls. :p (I think he was genuinely concerned about losing him, though. I mean, he was delirious with tears and laughter.)

Cartman also seems to be rather obsessed/preoccupied with Kyle in general. The fact that Cartman chose to express that his hatred for Kyle was stronger than his hatred for Stan in “Trapped In The Closet,” when it was such an irrelevant thing to say at the moment, is one example.
There’s also this instance in “Two Days Before the Day After Tomorrow,” where Cartman brings up the subject of Kyle when Kyle’s not around. Granted, it’s more relevant this time, because Cartman’s saying, “Isn’t this fun? Just you and me hangin’ out, Stan. No stupid Kyle around.” Still; the fact that he feels the need to mention this suggests Kyle’s on his mind even though he’s not there. Like, Cartman can’t just enjoy his time with alone with Stan, away from Kyle; he has to bring Kyle into it somehow.
He’s obsessed with Kyle to the extent of paranoia; blaming Kyle for everything he loses and of foiling his plans even when Kyle’s innocent. (Ex: Thinking Kyle stole the picture of him with Butters’ wiener in his mouth./Thinking everything in “Trapper Keeper” was a set-up by Kyle to keep him from having a trapper keeper.)

Basically, even if a situation has nothing to do with Kyle, Cartman will find a way to make it about him.

Cartman also exhibits rather questionable behavior toward Kyle on a handful of occasions; particularly (but not necessarily) as a form of humiliation. (Examples: Cartman spending three episodes trying to get Kyle to suck his balls, only to settle for imagining it, and subjecting Kyle to his fantasy; making his hand give Kyle taco-flavored kisses; invading a sleeping-Kyle’s personal space, forcing Kyle to activate his anal probe; the whole “Funnybot” moment, etc.)

These heroic, obsessive and antagonizing behaviors are examples of “how two opposite sentiments can lead to the same behavior.”

you know wHAt i cant stop laughing because i read the comments on that sans animation I posted 4 day s ago and i really cant believe some people are actually getting soaked over it???? LIKE, I WAS POKING FUN AT ALL OF THE SANS FUCKERS. THIS WAS SUPPOSED TO BE THE LEAST SEXY THING OF SANS YOU COULD EVER POSSIBLY FIND BUT PEOPLE FIND A WAY TO GET MOIST OVER ANYTHING AND IT’S JUST THE FUNNIEST SHIT EVER OMF SEND M E HELP

Trey Parker Tries to Tease South Park Season 19 - Interview

Via Entertainment Weekly:

When I talk to Trey Parker about South Park in early August, the co-creator/director/writer/voice-of-Cartman has a little over a month before the show’s 19th debuts. Every other TV show with a premiere looming is deep into the production process: Scripts written, episodes filmed, season-long arcs blueprinted. That’s especially true of animated series, which work months ahead of schedule due to the typically lengthy animation process.

“We actually, literally, had our first sit-down to talk about — maybe — an idea for a show last Friday,” says Parker. For a long time now, South Park has prided itself on rapid-reaction topicality. But that’s gotten harder, in an era when everyone can post their rapid reactions to topical issues on social media. “Everything’s just so much faster now,” says Parker.

That actually explains a lot about last season, which began with the boys creating a start-up and cast a befuddled eye on the culture of video-game commentary, and which riffed on Silicon Valley hot topics including Über, Oculus Rift, and the predatory capitalism of Freemium games. “That entire run was about tech,” says Parker. “Every show had this running theme: We can’t keep up anymore.”

[…] The show’s quick turnaround is part of what still makes it essential viewing — for a certain demographic group, nothing will ever really be important until it’s hyperbolized and deconstructed on South Park. But given that certain pop-culture journalists have a deadline for a Fall TV Preview issue looming, certainly Parker could at least offer some thoughts about where this new season might go?

“It’s so hard,” he admits, before mentioning the hottest topics in the news that day. “Deflategate and Caitlyn Jenner? Like, last season, we started with the big NFL show, and then we did a big transgender show. So, can’t do that again.”

Weeks later, the first teaser for South Park’s season 19 premiere appears online — and it promises an episode about Deflategate and Caitlyn Jenner. Writers might age into maturity, but some topics never get old.