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CREEKS STILL CANON!!!

OMFG, CREEK SURVIVED THE WHOLE SEASON. IM SO PROUD, THEY WERE EVEN STILL HOLDING HAND; AND SITTING NEXT TO EACH OTHER. THE EPISODE WAS ALSO AWSOME, I HAD NO IDEA HOW THEY WOULD WRAP UP EVERYTHING IN THIS LAST EPISODE. BUT THEY FUKIN DID IT, CONGRATS @southparkdigital

Back in 2005, South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone made headlines by using their show to attack an organization previously considered untouchable: Scientology. They did so by attacking its most famous acolyte, Tom Cruise, in an episode entitled “Trapped In The Closet” (we’ll let you figure out what angle of attack they chose to go with). The episode caused quite a stir, especially when noted Scientologist and sexiest-voice-haver Isaac Hayes quit the show because of it.

But after a brief media battle, Scientology seemingly backed down and went back to bad-mouthing mental-health care. However, in 2011 a high-level defector started leaking Scientologist reports, some of which revealed that the organization hadn’t stopped waging war on South Park at all – they had just gone cold.

Scientology’s second-favorite way of dealing with detractors, next to suing the pants off people and then going back for the socks, is digging up dirt. Literally, as first Scientology hired a bunch of private investigators to go to the South Park offices and go through their trash. Not only that, these PIs also wrote down license plates, logged employee lunch habits, and reported on which offices were vulnerable enough for a “special collection.” Next, they started profiling Parker and Stone’s employees to find out who would be vulnerable enough to “interview,” trying to get their close friends and colleagues to reveal anything that would embarrass two guys who make puppets 69 for a living.

Scientology Spied On South Park: 5 Plots Against Celebrities

I WAS BEING A TEAM PLAYER THAT TIME
FUCKBAGS
I WAS BEING A TEAM PLAYER THAT TIME

with the south park avatar creator and my powers of photoshop combined… (p.s that’s jack’s screen edited to look like marks to get the four in on that particular scene ‘cause i wanted that shot of the stairs and needed to “greenscreen" bob into the corner without overlapping real bob)

@therealjacksepticeye @muyskerm @markiplier @lordminion

My Criticism Towards Season 20 Episode 10.

Okay but I am very disappointed with the last episode of Season 20.

No. It wasn’t because Kyman did not become canon.

No. It wasn’t because all who had broken up did not get back together.

The episode was, to me, the product of a man who has been lazy for his whole life.

Like it’s good that the whole Trolltrace fiasco stopped but

Isn’t there still a big gap between Kyle and Cartman in terms of friendship?

What happened to Stendy?

What about the member berries?

And there are still so many questions left from the previous seasons that haven’t been answered yet.

The ending is just so hidden. I mean I’m not saying that hidden endings are good. But it’s only appropriate when the creators have already planned and announced a next season.

Here’s the thing.

Season 20 will probably (and I mean probably) will be the last season of South Park because the creators have planned on ending the show by 2016 (I’m not sure about this one because that’s what I heard).

So to end the show with this is not good.

You started the show as something anyone can watch and enjoy at the same time, and then you end it with this.

I am just disappointed.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAA

[had to pause for a minute due to laughing]

Who also thinks this person is a vegan, has blue armpit hair, pink hair and says that she actually respects different opinions?

Wow but yeah, the South Park creators are the real bad guys, everyone. Not the person suggesting that we put people with different opinions to hard labour (camps I’d imagine she’s suggesting) and that people with different opinions deserve to be assassinated.

But yeah, another example of the oh so tolerant regressive far left.

Muh tolerance. Such diversity of opinion. Very caring.

I hope none of these people never get into any kind of power

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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.”

Cartman’s mother, Liane, is based on South Park co-creator Trey Parker’s college fiancee, who cheated on him before dumping him. Understandably upset, Parker first channeled his heartbreak into Cannibal! The Musical, a film that, according to the audio commentary, he wrote just so he could ridicule her. In it, Liane is a horse that everyone rides, and if you don’t understand the symbolism you should probably get back to your coloring book. He also ridiculed her decision to dump someone now worth millions on the commentary, because when you’re busying making movies and TV shows you don’t have time for therapy.

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15 Mind-Blowing Facts That You Should Read (Part 142)

1. Australia is one of 22 countries that penalizes its citizens for not voting.

2. In 1960 a terrorist armed with a bomb tried to hijack Trans Australia flight 408. The co-pilot punched him in the face and ripped the wires off the bomb saving 49 lives.

3. Strawberry generation is a Chinese term for anyone who is born after 1981. Named after strawberries because strawberries “bruise easily”, they can not withstand social pressure or work hard like their parents’ generation.

4.  before South Park, the creators made a short film called Jesus vs. Frosty. A Fox executive saw the film and offered them $1k to make… 

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SOUTH PARK curators and creators Trey Parker (in green),  Matt Stone (in pink)  and  Mark Shaiman (in  blue) arrive  in style  and  on acid  at the  Academy Awards Ceremonies, Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA.  2000                                                                                                                                                                                 +

   Matt & Trey as they appear today in our modern times

South Park...

Some stuff I have to say about South Park:

  • I am going to die, just waiting for season 17.
  • Why can’t there be more episodes about Kenny…or showing off Kenny’s amazing head of hair.
  • Why is Kyle so perfect.
  • How can Kyle hide his ‘fro with his hat.
  • Why can’t Craig show his hair more.
  • Why can’t everyone w/ hats show their hair more.
  • Why can’t Clyde talk more.
  • Why do Craig and Clyde sound so nasally…though it sounds so adorable.
  • It seems like people pair up Kyle or Stan with a lot of people…I mean, I don’t blame them. They’re freaking adorable and awesome.
  • I think “Coon and Friends” should appear more often.
  • Why is South Park so….FREAKING AMAZING

Holy balls, thank you so much Matt and Trey.  Love you guys. If it weren’t for you two creating this amazing series, half of my life would be in a dumpster. But I just can’t take the suspense, in waiting for season 17.