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|South Park - The Complete Seventh Season|
Actors: Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Isaac Hayes, Mona Marshall, Eliza Schneider
Director: Trey Parker
Genres: Television, Animation
All fifteen episodes from South Park's hilarious seventh season are now available for the first time in this exclusive 3-disc collector's edition. Classic moments such as Cartman's attempt on Kyle's life, Jimmy and Timmy j... more »
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Episode Descriptions - Season 7
JGC | 03/19/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
""South Park" is the bomb digity. And with Season 7 it only gets better. Cartman is my favorite character because he is so mean and fat.
There's a total of 15 episodes from Season 7:
Cancelled First aired: 3/19/2003
In the 100th episode, the boys find out that Earth is actually a reality series for an outerspace planet that will soon be canceled.
Krazy Kripples First aired: 3/26/2003
Jimmy & Timmy join the crips and the rest of the boys "just stay out of this one."
Toilet Paper First aired: 4/2/2003
The boys TP their art teacher's house and won't fess up to their crime.
I'm A Little Bit Country First aired: 4/9/2003
Mr. Garrison tells his students that there is walkout scheduled today to protest the war.
Fat Butt and Pancake Head First aired: 4/16/2003
Cartman's hand become's a pop singing sensation, named Jennifer Lopez and gives the real JLo a run for her money when she gets a music contract and steals her boyfriend, Ben Affleck. One of SP's best eps!
Lil' Crime Stoppers First aired: 4/23/2003
The boys offer their services as "junior detectives."
Red Man's Greed First aired: 4/30/2003
The boys along with Stan and Kyle's parents go to the Three Feathers Indian Casino.
South Park is Gay! First aired: 10/22/2003
Metrosexuality is at its peak in this SP ep.
Christian Rock Hard First aired: 10/29/2003
When Cartman finds out that his Christian rock group can never earn a "platinum" award because they sing Christian music he goes berserk. Another SP best!
Grey Dawn First aired: 11/5/2003
The seniors are the focus of this ep when they start running down people because they drive for sh*t.
Casa Bonita First aired: 11/12/2003
Kyle decides to invite Butters to his birthday celebration. When Cartman finds out that he's not invited and that it will be at Casa Bonita he develops an elaborate scam so he can attend. Another AWESOME ep!!
All About the Mormons? First aired: 11/19/2003
A new student teaches Stan about the Mormon religion.
Butt Out First aired: 12/3/2003
The subject of smoking is discussed in this ep when non-smoking activist "Rob Reiner" visits the town.
Raisins First aired: 12/10/2003
The boys visit Raisins. What is Raisins? Hooters for children.
It's Christmas in Canada First aired: 12/17/2003
Ike is taken away by his birth parents and it's up to the boys to get him back.
Another off the wall and hilarious season of South Park
N. Durham | Philadelphia, PA | 03/28/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"By the time South Park entered it's seventh season (beginning with it's 100th episode), it was clear that creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone had no plans of toning things down. The historic opening episode "Canceled" found the series hitting a milestone with it's 100th episode, as Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny learn that Earth and everything about it is a reality show for aliens, and it's about to be canceled. This episode isn't the funniest the series has to offer, but it sure has it's moments ("suck my jag-on!!!"). Later on, handicapped kids Timmy and Jimmy join a gang, kind of; as well as an instant classic with "Christian Rock Hard", in which Cartman creates a Christian rock group. Of course, the standout episode of season seven is "Fat Butt and Pancake Head" when Jeniffer Lopez and Ben Affleck come to town when Cartman's JLO hand puppet gets a record contract. "Raisans" will leave you with your jaw hanging open, as a Hooters-like restaurant chain comes to South Park, only it's for kids. There was no shortage of creativity in the seventh season of South Park, and while it may score some misses here and there; for the most part it's another off the wall and ungodly hilarious season of everyone's favorite potty-mouthed pre-adolescents."
The First Great Season
David Driscoll | CA United States | 01/21/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have read the reviews about this being just an OK season, and some have called it the last truly funny year of South Park. In my opinion it's the exact opposite. I feel that season 7 is where South Park became an intelligent animated comedy and lost the "poo poo-pee pee" humor that had originally made it famous; similar to when the Simpsons realized that "Don't Have a Cow Man!" wasn't going to carry it much further and remade itself into a smarter show. Within this season are the beginnings of the genius that was to ultimately manifest itself in the first few episodes of season 8 (which in my opinion is the pinnacle of South Park). Season 7 has "Faith Plus One," Cartman's christian rock band, the Casa Bonita episode, the introduction of the goth kids who think everything in life is "paaain," and the all-time, hands-down, greatest episode the show ever produced: the Mormon episode where they present the story of the Book of Mormon as a musical. Even my grandmother loved that episode, and she winches from even the slightest profanity. All in all, this is the FIRST season of SP that I will buy because it has such replay value. The earlier ones are great too, but seeing little cartoon kids cuss and swear is only funny for so long. After a while, I want some substance with my filth."