South Park. Just saying the word evokes a plethora of different emotions from people. Why? Because it possesses the unique and raw satirical power to simultaneously offend and amuse people.
The balance between being sued and threatened and being praised and successful is a delicate one, but Matt Stone and Trey Parker do it extremely well, and have done so since 1997.
This blog is dedicated to the American principle of free speech that South Park so perfectly embodies. My name is Gerald Bourguet, and I will be breaking down new episodes of South Park for your understanding and amusement.
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Monthly Archives: February 2012
South Park’s 200th episode proved to be one of the most controversial of all time in addition to being an incredible milestone for the show. The writers pulled out all the stops for such a landmark moment in the show’s … Continue reading
In the season 15 finale, South Park’s knack for nailing current events with satire is on full display. Matt Stone and Trey Parker leave no joke untold as they mercilessly attack the Penn State/Joe Paterno scandal that unfolded just days … Continue reading