Thursday, 23 February 2006

Questions about 'South Park'

Q: So when is 'South Park' producing a 'Dumb-Arse Mohammed' episode?

Q: Who was more viciously satirised in the 'Bloody Mary' episode -- women, Catholics, or Alcoholics Anoymous?

Q: Was it funny?

Q: Will you watch it again?

Q: Isn't it interesting how one episode of 'South Park' has attracted more widespread interest and outrage than news of a political party overspending by half-a-million dollars of voters' own money to win an election and become a Government ?


Anonymous Richard McGrath said...

I watched the well-publicised South Park episode last night. Apart from the menstruating Virgin Mary, which was really a bit infantile, I thought it was actually quite well done. The episode revolved around a man's struggle to control his drinking behaviour - at one point choosing to view his alcohol intake as an illness rather than a matter of choice. In the end his son pointed out that the AA twelve-step programme was a cop-out from taking personal responsibility for, and control of, his actions. Libertarian psychiatrist Thomas Szasz would have approved!

23 Feb 2006, 12:39:00  
Blogger Neil said...

1) They are probably working on it now to bump the ratings.

2) AA, Catholics and women a distanct third.

3) Not especially for their high standards.

4) No. But it was the first episode I had watched in a while.

23 Feb 2006, 21:53:00  
Blogger libertyscott said...

The government will be thrilled at every distraction pulled out to avoid people remembering the abuse of taxvictim's money.

23 Feb 2006, 22:21:00  

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