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Thursday, October 14, 2010

South Park- It's a Jersey Thing review/recap

Once again, we have a gripe about South Park’s target choice. Not that this blogger likes Jersey, oh no. This blogger was in complete agreement with South Park about the ridiculousness that is The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Jerseyliscious, and Jersey Shore. (The other blogger loves Jersey and these kinds of shows…weird.) But this is such an easy target. We like when South Park is topical, but we also like when it points out things that we haven’t noticed yet. This did not happen in this episode. The easiest person in the world to make fun of is oompa loompa-colored Snooki. South Park did a great job on her in this episode though. The cartooning of Snooki was epic. We will never look at her again without thinking, “Snooki want smoosh smoosh.” We really hope Snooki reacts to this episode via twitter or USWeekly or something.

It all started when a New Jersey family moved next door to the Marsh family and got an invite to dinner. Theresa freaked on the family, starting cursing, and used the term “muff cabbage.” We still don’t know what that means, but one of us is going to use it every day. The characters’ only explanation of the term was, “It’s a Jersey thing.” Soon, the town discovered that it was overrun with people from Jersey. The Jersey folk were drinking beers and throwing the empty bottles around, punching each other, being vulgar, freaking out for no reason, and humping in public, which was pretty accurate.

Sheila Broflovski revealed to her friends that she was from New Jersey, and both she and Kyle mutated into Jersey folk to better defend their South Park friends. Kyle stopped Snooki from raping Cartman midway through the act, earning Cartman’s gratitude, which is probably a first for Kyle. That part proved George Carlin’s theory that anything can be funny, even rape. Watching that Snookie monster rape Cartman was the funniest part of the episode.

Behind the Les Miserables-style barricade, the always stupid Randy Marsh appealed to the governor of California (can’t spell his name), asking him to help them stop the Jersey folk from taking over South Park, because they had already taken everything east of South Park. The governor refused, saying that there were two states between Colorado and California, so it wasn’t his problem yet. So Randy sent a tape of an episode of Jersey Shore to Osama bin Laden to convince him of the threat. We chucked at this, because this is exactly where militant Muslims would agree with most of us. Al-Qaeda came through, sending suicide bombers into the advancing army of Jersey-ers. It was really messed up to see Randy and the town rewarding and celebrating bin Laden, but fortunately an American soldier appeared and shot him. Randy seemed to look confused for a second before shouting, “We got him!”

Episode grade- B-

8 comments:

  1. I laughed so hard that I cried.

    "That thing is famous?! Why?!"
    "I have no idea!"

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  2. ^LOVED that line. The Snooki monster was the main reason we rated it higher than last week.

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  3. One of you needs to be Snooki for Halloween.

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  4. Totally considered it. Ern wanted to be zombie snooki. But Halloween is on a Sunday, so all that effort would amount to nothing, because we have school in the morning (so no parties) and no kids to take trick-or-treating. If we had class, we would dress up. But just for...what, church? Naw.

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  5. Come to our church's Halloween party on Saturday night!! It's called Trunk-or-Treat, all the kiddies go trick-or-treating from car to car in the parking lot. You get to decorate your car and of course wear a costume. And there's dinner (BBQ).

    I'm trying to summon the motivation to sew wizard robes for the three of us.

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  6. That's so cute! Sadly, we will be going to the Jon Stewart rally on Saturday. Actually, that's not sad, it's gonna be fun/funny.

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  7. Yeah, probably. Pictures will be taken :)

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