Good episodes, but not the best
Michael Rucki | Washington DC | 10/13/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Okay, if you're a South Park fanatic (like I am), you're gonna buy this. That being said, this four-episode collection is good, but far from the series' best. It's still funny but in my opinion the Christmas DVD is funnier (even though it has only 3 episodes plus a documentary). The best one on this DVD is the bonus episode, "Rainforest Shmainforest", featuring Jennifer Aniston as the leader of the "Getting Gay With Kids" chorus. Hysterical stuff! The others are still entertaining -- it still amazes me that Chef's brilliant "Chocolate Salty Balls" tune ever made it past the censors! Overall it's not the best collection of SP episodes, but it's still much better than most of the other shows on TV."
Any South Park is still South Park
zero00 | 10/18/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I am a huge South Park fan, but I'm ticked off that since Warner took over the DVD production from Rhino that all they offer is "best of" compilations. I'd much rather have the episodes in order, but South Park in any form is better than no South Park! Still standing on just the merits of South Park itself, I'd highly recomend this."
More Heaven from southpark
zero00 | Glendale, az United States | 01/15/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've had all six volumes plus the south park movie forever and have been dieing for more goodness. This great collection offers three episodes plus the salty chocolate balls video. Bonuses are nice, but I would have prefered to have the full episode with chefs' chocolate salty balls then just the video. But it is cool because this cd has a bonus episode bringing it up to FOUR."
Pretty funny, but not all the episodes are "Chef" episodes
Purchaser Magoo | Portland, OR USA | 10/18/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"On this DVD there is "Chef Aid" where Chef owes a record company a lot of money and all these rock stars have a big concert to raise money for him.
There is "Behind Chef Aid", I didn't watch it, but its not an episode.
There is "Succubus" where Chef is getting married, but the woman he is marrying is a demon sent from hell to suck the life out of him. This is my favorite episode on the disc.
Then there is "Rain Forest Shmain Forest" this has nothing to do with Chef, he doesn't even appear at any moment in the episode. The kids go join the "Getting Gay With Kids" choir and try to save the rain forest.
There is also the music video for the over-rated "Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls" song."