Reasons Why We Love South Park

June 22nd, 2013

Reasons Why We Love South Park

The list of reasons to adore Comedy Central’s “South Park” is long and varied. One reason is its true fearlessness. The show is more than happy to offend any group: Christians, Jews, atheists, liberals, conservatives, and many more besides. By spoofing everyone, “South Park” makes an important sociological point: Every group has its foibles, and we might as well accept that and learn to appreciate others different from us.

The show regularly deals with (more…)

The Inspiration and Story Behind Kyle

April 19th, 2013

The Inspiration and Story Behind Kyle

Kyle Broflovski may be considered the voice of reason of “South Park,” its moral force. Sure, he can be just as vulgar as the rest of the crew, and is prone to the occasional bout of annoyance or rage. Nevertheless, it’s often up to Kyle to goad his friends into doing the right thing, or to explain to the audience the lesson of a particular episode. He almost always tries to find a rational explanation to even the most bizarre circumstances – and as fans know, things can (more…)

The Inspiration and Story Behind Stan

June 23rd, 2012

Virtually everyone has heard of South Park because of its irreverent nature and success. This long running show continues to delight critics and fans, but many people do not know how the characters were created. The show may be a comedy, but it still took creativity and forethought to invent the characters. Stan Marsh is a central figure on the show. Stan’s origins explain many things about his personality.

The inspiration for Stan comes from co-creator Trey Parker. Parker voices Stan, shares the same birthday as Stan and Stan is loosely based off his personality. Stan was (more…)

The Inspiration and Story Behind Kenny

November 5th, 2011

While developing South Park, creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone observed that most groups of friends in small towns included one “poor kid.” In Parker’s group growing up, this friend was named Kenny. Aside from his poverty, the real life Kenny apparently had a tendency to miss school a lot. When he failed to show up at the bus stop, Parker and his friends would jokingly suggest that he had died since the previous day, then act nonchalant whenever they saw him again. Together, these two facts helped to (more…)

Why Is It Always Winter in South Park

November 2nd, 2011

Look all you want, but you won’t find the town of South Park on any map of Colorado. No matter. The town is clearly modeled after one of the many small, out-of-the-way towns that dot the spine of the Rockies, playing upon the insecurities that exist in small towns everywhere.

In one sense, it’s easy to explain why it’s always winter in South Park: up in those high mountain valleys, the snow lingers nine months out of the year and “summer” simply defines that season where the sun shines consistently and the nights aren’t harsh enough to kill all the (more…)

Popular Phrases From South Park Episodes

October 30th, 2011

South Park has become quite the pop culture phenomenon during its long run on TV. Not only has the show given us the most lovable potty-mouthed little kids you ever did see, but it’s also introduced a whole slew of new phrases into our everyday vocabulary. Here are some of the most quotable phrases from favorite South Park episodes.

“Mmkay?” – Mr. Mackey oft mis-understood guidance counselor, just wants to make sure the kids understand. Mmkay?

“That makes me a sad panda.” – From the beloved mascot Sexual Harrassment Panda. But hey, he (more…)

Some South Park Trivia

October 23rd, 2011

You’ve seen every episode via your http://www.DirectStarTV.com/ satellite and you went to the movie in theaters but do you know some of the best South Park trivia of all time? We’ve got some good ones for you so see how you do on our “quiz.’What phrase is written on the side of Officer Barbrady-s police care? Well it’s “To patronize and annoy’ of course. What type of sauce turns people into zombies when it’s used as an embalming fluid? Worcestershire sauce. If you (more…)

Viewers Top Five Favorite South Park Episodes

July 22nd, 2011

One of the longest running animated shows, South Park has pushed every envelope and tackled every hidden subject while remaining irreverent and hilarious. The following is a list of viewers picks for the top five best South Park episodes.

5 – Good Times With Weapons – The boys purchase ninja weapons at a fair, taking their aggressions out on Butters. Most of the episode is spent trying to get Butters medical attention that won’t get anyone in trouble.

4 – The Passion of the Jew (more…)

The Truth Behind South Parks Foul Language

July 20th, 2011

South Park is a very funny animated comedy television show. The show is pointless and at some times includes controversial topics but the mix of comedy, pointlessness, and bad language is hilarious. The idea of these kids saying such vulgar things makes for a great comedy show for people who don’t take things too seriously. The truth behind South Parks bad language is to get people to watch the show. People seem to be drawn in to shows that are more controversial and untamed. When (more…)

The Real Voice of Eric Cartman

July 18th, 2011

The voice of Eric Cartman is truly an unforgettable one which many people have undoubtedly tried reproducing. Unfortunately for them, this voice can only truly be done by one person Trey Parker. In addition to voicing this hilarious and popular character, Trey Parker is one of the creators of the hit show “South Park”.

Eric Cartman isn’t the only character Trey Parker has voiced on this hit TV show; he has also voiced the following “South Park” characters: Stan Marsh, Randy (more…)

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