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Sir Adam of Scots | (please remember to vote!!) | 04/04/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have been a South Park fan for years and can officially say that it has warped my fragile little mind. But, I can't say that without mentioning what fun its been. Southpark uses shock humor, and sometimes extremely Sharp wit to generate laughs. The main reason that I even review this dvd is it contains my most favorite episode in which Cartman rules the day: "Scott Tenorman Must Die." This episode alone is one of the funniest things I have ever seen. When Scott Tenorman steals money (16 dollars and 12 cents) from Cheezy Poof loving Eric Cartman, he must find a way to get it back. When no one wants to help Cartman, and all seems lost, he devises an ingenius plan for ultimate revenge. Sure to get you rolling on the floor - whether your a fan or not. Also, luckily, there is another episode included titled "Cripple Fight" that is funny as everything. Timmy and "wow, what a terrific audience" Jimmy, go head to head in the battle of the handicapped.(Some mild material below, just for information.)"
It Hits the Fan All Right, and the Results are Hillarious!
Michael Crane | Orland Park, IL USA | 06/09/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I think this has to be one of the best South Park DVD's avaiable to buy. I haven't really had a chance to watch the newer ones on TV, so it helps when they put them out on DVD. I had heard about these episodes, but had never seen them. Now that I have, I can easily say that this is South Park at its best.Here are brief summaries of the episodes on the disk. (Brief, because most of the stuff I can't even write on this public site!)"It Hits the Fan" : Yep, the one where you hear the "S" word 162 times, unedited. I can't believe they aired this one uncensored for the first time! Very funny. Hearing the "S" word gets a little annoying towards the middle of the episode, but that's the whole point.
Grade: A-"Cripple Fight" : New disabled kid, Jimmy, enters the scene and poses a threat to Timmy as being the new popular disabled kid. Timmy knows he must do something right away. It's hillarious and brutal at the same time when you see these two fight. What will they come up with next?!
Grade: A+"Proper Condom Use" : Sex Ed South Park style! That's all I can say that will make it on here. This is a funny, but very disgusting episode. A little much at times, but still very good and funny.
Grade: A"Scott Tenorman Must Die" : After a high school kid tricks Eric Cartman into buying a certian type "hair" from him for 10 bucks, Eric decides to get revenge. It ends very much like "Usual Suspects," meaning it's very twisted and unexpected. I loved it!
Grade: A+Overall very funny DVD, although there aren't any eye-popping special features, but that's okay. It would've been nice to include maybe one of two more episodes, since these DVDs are in no way cheap and that it's only approx. 88 minutes long. Still, a very funny South Park DVD that should be on every South Park fan's wish list.Final thought: TIMMY RULES!!!!!!! (well.....he does!)"
Not the best South Park disc ever
Michael Crane | 06/11/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I hate to give this disc such an average rating, but I really didn't enjoy it all that much. I own the South Park movie and all 10 other South Park DVDs and I love them all. This one seems to fall a little short. The fact that Matt Stone and Trey Parker do not film a video intro for each episode definatly hurts. In my opinion, get it if your a South Park nut, or if you want to complete the collection. Besides, when you look at the big picture, four 22 minute episodes on a DVD is ridiculous, They could easily fit double that. There are episodes from Season 2 that still haven't made it to DVD, When are we going to get a full blown South Park DVD Collection?"
Very, very funny
Michael Crane | 06/15/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a good collection of episodes. Like the other reviewers, I think that "Scott Tennerman Must Die" is the best because it is so twisted. The other three episodes are also funny. My second favorite is "Cripple Fight." In addition to the Jimmy vs. Timmy angle, there is the hysterical send up of the gays in scouts issue. My only problem with this episode and, in fact, the other two is that they end with a minute long moralistic speech. I don't watch South Park to be preached to by Matt and Trey, which they unfortunately have been doing way too often over the past year or so. Even when I agree with what their position is, it's delivered in a trite way. Still the first 20 minutes of each episode is great.My only reason for giving this 4 stars is that I, too, miss the "extras" that were present on the first few dvd's. The introductions by Trey and Matt were very funny and added something "new." I especially like the dvd which features the interview of Trey and Matt (and some unknown guy) sitting in a hot tub, giving silly answers to most of the questions.These guys are really funny. Can't wait for some of my other favorites to appear on dvd."
It's "South Park," and therefore excellent
Wheelchair Assassin | The Great Concavity | 10/30/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you're really desparate for some recent "South Park" episodes and just can't wait for (or afford) the Season 5 DVD's, this little disc should satisfy your appetite for some of Trey and Matt's uniquely sick and twisted humor. Indeed, for a comparatively low price you can get four of the show's best episodes, filled with the kind of moments that you just can't find enough of on basic cable. By 2001, Trey and Matt could get away with just about anything they wanted, and it shows here, as these four episodes are all so outrageously offensive they could give the entire membership of the Moral Majority fatal heart attacks. Here's a quick review for those with short attention spans: in just 90 or so minutes, you get child molestation, a fight between wheelchair-bound Timmy and his crutch-laden rival Jimmy, a fourth grader manually stimulating a dog, kindergarteners learning the Filthy Sanchez, 162 uncut uses of a certain four-letter word that starts with "s" and ends with "t", and an entire episode revolving around pubic hair. Of course, it's not all shock and awe, as there's plenty of Trey and Matt's patented razor-sharp social satire on display. "Cripple Fight" presents a surprisingly thoughtful take on the recent controversy over homosexuality in the Boy Scouts; "Proper Condom Use" is a spot-on sendup of sex-ed hysteria; and "It Hits The Fan" gives us the delicious irony of an episode that satirizes TV's declining standards while the characters swear up a storm at the same time. "South Park" has been somewhat inconsistent over the past few years, but as one the show's most ardent fans I offer my assurances that the four episodes here are pure quality. If only there were some more appearances by Tweek here, we'd be looking at TV perfection."